Unformatted text preview: means of recording a change in custody, inventory, or
location of aircraft assigned to your activity's custody.
The XRAY report is submitted to the respective ACC and higher
authority on the date the change occurs. The various changes are defined
by the status codes delineated in AIRRS instructions.
Once the Logset Clerk or any other authorized personnel adds his/her
signature on the report, the report is replicated to the IDE. XRAY
transaction numbers are assigned sequentially to each aircraft belonging
to the organization. XRAY serial numbers can only be seen by generating
an ADHOC query. How to Access the XRAY Explorer
On the NALCOMIS OMA window:
1 Click Configuration Management and Logs & Records
-orGo to the File menu, choose Open, and select Configuration
Management. 2 Click XRAY Explorer
-or- . . Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 307 Go to the File menu, choose Open, and select XRAY Explorer. XRAY Explorer - Window Description
The XRAY Explorer lists on the left side the aircraft serial numbers of all
aircraft assigned to your custody. In case of a multi-organization
environment, the Organization Code will be displayed on the right side of
the aircraft serial number to ensure that the logged in user, due to his
SMQ assignments, can determine which aircraft is in the custody of each
organization code. Toolbar Buttons and Menu Options - XRAY Explorer
The XRAY Explorer displays the following toolbar buttons:
Create XRAY Action
Adds an XRAY report to an aircraft. Update XRAY Displays an existing XRAY report for
update. Delete XRAY Removes an XRAY report from the
database. Create COL XRAY Adds a COL XRAY report for each aircraft
involved in Change of Location transaction. Update COL XRAY Displays an existing COL XRAY for
update. Delete COL XRAY Removes an existing COL XRAY report
from the database. 308 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA XRAY Explorer - Procedures
The XRAY Explorer enables you to view, create, update, or delete an
XRAY report including the change of location (COL) transactions.
When you click or double-click the selected serial number, rows of
data appear underneath the aircraft serial number that correspond to the
XRAY Action Date, Action Codes, Status Codes, and Transaction
The XRAY Transaction Numbers are assigned by the system to each
aircraft sequentially beginning with 1 and increments as each XRAY
report is submitted. These numbers become a part of the aircraft life
history and will continue to increment as XRAY reports are submitted
wherever the aircraft may be.
Note: XRAY serial numbers are no longer required when using OOMA.
XRAY Transaction Numbers have replaced the requirement for serial
Click the applicable toolbar button on the upper window to Print,
Preview, Save As File, or E-mail. For procedures, see Common Utilities
and Functions in Explorers and Catalogs (on page 129).
For procedures, see the following topics:
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2013 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '13 term at Voorhees.
- Fall '13