OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: EOT/TAC update procedures. Apply Baseline Applicability This topic is for future development. Add New/Update Tasks from Baseline This option from the Utilities menu in the Inventory Explorer enables you to add or update the tasks that were added or modified from the baseline. This process validates and adds the changes that were made in the Assembly Explorer where the actual tasks are documented against the inventory items in the Inventory Explorer. It is recommended that this task be run several times a week. 1 Open the Inventory Explorer (see "How to Access the Inventory Explorer" on page 193). 2 Go to the Utilities menu and select Add New/Update Tasks from Baseline and click OK on the prompt. The Add New Update/Update Tasks from Baseline response box appears. 3 Click OK. Update Usage Parms from Baseline For procedures, see Update Usage Parms from Baseline (see "Inventory Explorer - Update Usage Parms from Baseline" on page 214). Recalculate LCF The Recalculate LCF option is available only when an F18/A/C engine exists in the database. This option enables you to recalculate existing usage data against an F18/A engine behind the scene in regards to the changes to the component K-Factor and usage. # To recalculate existing usage data against an F18/A engine: 1 Open Inventory Explorer (see "How to Access the Inventory Explorer" on page 193). Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 139 2 Go to the Utilities menu and select Recalculate LCF to calculate all F-18/A engines or select a specific engine, right-click it, and then click Recalculate LCF. The Hour Glass and Recalculate LCF for all F18 a/c at the task bar appear simultaneously indicating that the recalculation process is in progress. The Inventory Explorer window appears when the process is completed. Sort The Sort dialog box enables you to sort columns in explorers and catalogs in the Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem and also in the Flight Subsystem. It can be accessed by clicking the Sort icon or the button in explorers or catalogs, or by clicking the button in the Flight Subsystem. It can also be accessed by selecting Sort from a shortcut menu that appears when you right-click items in the tabs. The dialog box displays two columns: Columns Available for Sorting and Sort Columns. The Sort Columns displays a check box for the Sort Type, Ascending or Descending. The position of the items in the Sort Columns depends on the sequence each item is selected. The Sort type defaults to a check mark under Ascending. 1 Select the item from the Columns Available for Sorting. 2 Move the column name to the Sort Columns by using the drag and drop (on page 21) method. 3 To sort by descending order, deselect the Sort Type check box. 4 Click OK. Note: In some cases, the Columns Available for Sorting may be displaying Maintenance Action Form (MAF). These forms have been changed to read Work Order (WO). However, if you are sorti...
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