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The Details/Item tab/sub tab displays a Status box in the lower area and
contains two check boxes:
! Overhaul Indicator - Select this option to indicate that the component
removal count is based on the TSO limit. ! Complete - Select this option to indicate that all subcomponents
associated with the components are added and complete. This block is
accessible at the Baseline Manager level only. The Inventory dialog box displays the following tabs and sub tabs:
Details Describes the full identity of an inventory item as
aircraft, assembly, or other tracked part (for
example: explosive devices, repairable
components). Item A Details sub tab that identifies the inventory item's
serial number, WUC/UNS, position, its receipt and
installation dates, and serviceable, unserviceable, or
expired status. Aircraft
Registration A Details sub tab that identifies the MODEX and
status of an aircraft. Part A Details sub tab that identifies the part number,
nomenclature, class, subclass, CAGE, model name,
and revision. Oil
Consumption A Details sub tab that identifies an assembly item
that requires oil consumption usage data. Explosives A Details sub tab that identifies an inventory item
as an explosive device as to its DODIC, location, its
manufacturer, installation, and expiration dates. Warranty Identifies the manufacturer and expiration dates and
contains a box where you can enter warranty
conditions and requirements. Note Lists the descriptions, features, and any other
miscellaneous information about the item. Usage Creates a usage parameter for the inventory item. For procedures, see the following topics:
! Create an Inventory Item (on page 210) ! Modify Inventory Properties (on page 213) ! Delete an Inventory Item (on page 214) Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 199 Run Transfer Report
The Run Transfer Report option in the Group Explorer enables you to
access the outstanding documents (work orders, flight documents, and
logsets) to complete before transferring an inventory item.
1 Open the Inventory Explorer (see "How to Access the Inventory
Explorer" on page 193). 2 Click the PRIMARY selection group and click the Inventory tab.
3 On the Inventory tab, right-click the aircraft and select Run Transfer
The Item Transfer Report - Outstanding dialog box appears with the work
orders as the default outstanding documents. For procedures on
completing the documents, see Item Transfer Report - Outstanding (on
Once all the documents are cleared as completed, the aircraft can then be
relocated to the OUTBOX for the actual transfer. For procedures on
relocating the documents to the OUTBOX, see Transfer Items Online
(on page 185).
Drag and Drop an Installed Component to support Baseline WUC structure
The Inventory Explorer enables you to move an installed component
from an existing WUC location directly to another WUC location in
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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