OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: catalogs. For procedures, see Common Utilities and Functions in Explorers and Catalogs (on page 129). 1 Open the Assembly Catalog (see "How to Access the Assembly Catalog" on page 247). 2 On the Assembly Catalog, click the assembly item on the left side to display the associated data sources and usage parameters. 3 On the Task Plan Definition tab, click the applicable button to perform tasks. For task procedures, see the applicable topic listed under "In This Section." 258 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Create Task Plan Definition The Assembly Catalog Task Plan Definition tab enables you to create task plan definitions against an assembly. 1 Open the Assembly Catalog (see "How to Access the Assembly Catalog" on page 247). 2 Select the specific assembly on the left side and click the Task Plan Definition tab. 3 Right-click in the upper area of the Task Plan Definition tab and select Create Task Plan Definition, or click Definition. Create Task Plan 4 On the Task Plan Definition [New] dialog box, enter the new task plan name in the Name field. 5 Enter or select the Status and PMIC Doc Name in the appropriate fields. 6 Check either Recurring or Auto-create as applicable. 7 On the Description tab, type a brief narrative of the task plan definition. 8 Click Apply or OK. Now you are ready to assign task plan steps for the new task plan. For procedures, see Create Plan Step (on page 261). Duplicate Task Plan Definition The Assembly Catalog Task Plan Definition tab enables you to use the attributes of an existing task plan definition to create a new one. 1 Open the Assembly Catalog (see "How to Access the Assembly Catalog" on page 247). 2 Select the specific assembly on the left side and click the Task Plan Definition tab. 3 Right-click a task plan that has the characteristics you want to duplicate and select Duplicate Task Plan Definition, or click the Duplicate Task Plan Definition button . 4 The Task Plan Definition [Duplicate] dialog box appears with the attributes of the selected task plan definition. 5 On the Task Plan Definition [Duplicate] dialog box, enter the new task plan definition name in the Name field. 6 Select either Recurring or Auto-Create as applicable. 7 Enter the Status and PMIC Doc Name in the appropriate fields. 8 Modify task plan steps as needed to fit the new task plan. 9 For procedures on the task plan steps, see Modify Task Plan Definition Properties (on page 259). Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 259 10 Type a brief narrative in the Description tab. 11 Click Apply or OK to save the new task plan definition. Delete Task Plan Definition The Assembly Catalog Task Plan Definition tab enables you to delete a task plan definition. 1 Open the Assembly Catalog (see "How to Access the Assembly Catalog" on page 247). 2 Select the specific assembly on the left side and click the Task Plan Definition tab. 3 Right-click the task plan that you want to delete...
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