OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: ild the initial approach history for the selected aircrew. For procedures, see Modify Approach History (on page 522). Modify Landing History For an overview to this procedure, see Personnel - Aircrew History (on page 514). # To add: 1 Click the Modify Landing button. The History Table - Landing dialog box appears with: ! two blank fields - Landing Cd and Count ! two command buttons - Apply and Cancel 2 From the Landing Code list, enter or select the Landing code. In the Count box, enter the count. 3 Click Apply. 4 Repeat steps 1-3 to add additional histories. # To modify: ! Select the previously saved code and in the Count box, enter the new count. # To delete: ! Select the previously saved landing code and click Apply. History Table - Landing The History Table - Landing dialog box appears when you click Modify Landing on the Aircrew History tab. It enables you to build or modify the initial landing history for the selected aircrew. For procedures, see Modify Landing History (on page 523). Modify Training History For an overview to this procedure, see Personnel - Aircrew History (on page 514). # To add: 1 Click the Modify Training button. 2 From the Training Code list, enter the Training code. In the Count box, enter the count. 3 Click Apply. 524 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA 4 Repeat steps 1-3 to add additional histories. # To modify: Select the previously saved code and in the Count box, enter the new count. # To delete: 1 Select the previously saved code and click Apply. 2 At the Delete prompt, click one of the following: Yes - deletes the training count No - discontinues the deletion process History Table - Training The History Table - Training dialog box appears when you click Modify Training on the Aircrew History tab. It enables you to build or modify the initial training history for the selected aircrew. For procedures, see Modify Training History (on page 523). Maintain SMQ Table The SMQ Table option on the Personnel Subsystem window enables you to add, modify, or delete SMQs in the database. It also allows you to view the recommended SMQs that you can use to set up appropriate SMQ assignments. The table contains the specific codes that identify a user's authority to perform specific tasks. The SMQ is abbreviated to a maximum of five characters and assigned to users within your organization. For a complete list of the SMQs, see SMQ List (on page 53). For procedures on maintaining the SMQ Table, see the applicable topic listed under "In This Section." Add a New SMQ Code The Add a New SMQ Code option enables you to add a local SMQ to the database. You can delete a local SMQ when no longer required. 1 Open the Personnel Subsystem. (see "How to Access the Personnel Subsystem" on page 511) 2 On the Personnel Information window, go to the Table Maintenance menu and select SMQ Table. The SMQ Table appears with a list of all SMQs in the database. 3 On the SMQ Table window, click the Add button -orRight-click the SMQ and sel...
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