OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: ox 1 Open the Assembly Explorer (see "How to Access the Assembly Explorer" on page 266). 2 Right-click the assembly in the tree view and select WUC/UNS Properties. 3 Click the Usage Parm tab on the WUC/UNS dialog box. 4 Select the usage parameter you want to remove and click Unassign Usage Parm. This process removes the usage parameter from the Usage Parm block. 280 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Cascade a Usage Parm The Cascade Usage Parm option on the Usage Parm tab of the Assembly Explorer and the WUC/UNS dialog box enables you to add a usage parameter for an assembly and its sub-components at one time. 1 Open the Assembly Explorer (see "How to Access the Assembly Explorer" on page 266). 2 Select the assembly WUC/UNS in the tree view and click the Usage Parm tab. 3 Right-click the usage parm item and select Assign Usage Parm or click the Usage Parm Assign button . The Usage Parm Assignment dialog box appears listing all possible usage parameters that can be applied to any assembly. 4 Click the appropriate parameter and click Apply or OK. This process adds the usage parameter in the Usage Parm block. 5 Right-click the newly assigned usage parameter and select Cascade Usage Parm. This process adds the usage parameter to the sub-components associated with the assembly. Uncascade a Usage Parm The Uncascade Usage Parm option on the Usage Parm tab in the Assembly Explorer and WUC/UNS dialog box enables you to remove an assigned usage parameter from an assembly and its associated subcomponents at one time. 1 Open the Assembly Explorer (see "How to Access the Assembly Explorer" on page 266). 2 Select the assembly WUC/UNS in the tree view and click the Usage Parm tab. 3 Right-click the usage parameter to be removed and select Uncascade Usage Parm. This process removes the usage parameter from an assembly and its associated sub-components. Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 281 Task Definition Tab The Task Definition tab in the Assembly Explorer allows the Baseline Manager (BLM) to create, modify, duplicate, or delete a baseline task against the aircraft, an assembly, or sub-component selected in the hierarchical WUC structure. Squadron users and other foundation tiers are only allowed to view the Task Definition tab. Task Definitions include the following three task classes: MOD Creates a TD baseline task with or without a part number change. MOD Class tasks can be applied to ACFT, ASSY, and TRK Class inventory. INSP Creates an inspection baseline task, assigning a general inspection WUC to the task. INSP Class tasks can be applied to ACFT, ASSY, and TRK Class inventory. RMVL Creates a removal baseline task that removes the inventory item from the hierarchical WUC structure. Installation tasks are not created by the BLM on a scheduled basis, but occur automatically when the inventory item is reinstalled at the squadron level. Also, at the squadron level, completion of the removal/install r...
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