OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: he Equip Operational Capability tab. 5 Click Equip Operational Capability Properties or right-click the specific EOC and Description to be modified, and then select Equip Operational Capability Properties. 6 Modify the fields as needed. 7 Click Apply and OK. This process changes the EOC and Training Code to the selected WUC/UNS (assembly or component). 294 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Delete Equipment Operational Capability Code The Delete Equip Operational Capability option on the EOC tab in the Assembly Explorer or WUC/UNS dialog box enables you to delete an existing EOC and Training Code related to a sub-WUC/UNS. # To delete an existing EOC and Training Code: 1 Open the Assembly Explorer (see "How to Access the Assembly Explorer" on page 266) or WUC/UNS (on page 294) dialog box. 2 Select the sub-WUC/UNS and the EOC that you want to delete. 3 Click the Delete Equip Operational Capability button . -orRight-click the specific EOC and Description and select Delete Equip Operational Capability. 4 Respond to the Delete Confirmation response box accordingly. Mission Essential Subsystem Matrix The dialog box appears when you create, view or modify properties, or delete an EOC code to a selected sub-WUC/UNS and Training Codes, which are used in the Flight Subsystem. For procedures, click the following topics: ! Create Equipment Operational Capability Code (on page 292) ! Modify Equipment Operational Capability Code (on page 293) ! Delete Equipment Operational Capability Code (on page 294) WUC/UNS The WUC/UNS dialog box appears when you right-click a WUC/UNS from the tree view in the Assembly Explorer and select Create SubWUC/UNS, Delete WUC/UNS, or WUC/UNS Properties. It displays the following tabs: Detail, Part No, Position, Usage Parm, Task Definition, and Total Mission Requirements. Except for Details, the tabs on this dialog box correspond to the tabs in the Assembly Explorer. The box defaults to the Detail tab which shows the description of the parent WUC/UNS and its inventory class and subclass. For procedures on each tab, see the applicable topic listed under "In This Section." Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 295 Detail Tab The Detail tab on the WUC/UNS dialog box consists of two areas: WUC/UNS Identity and WUC/UNS Details. WUC/UNS Identity shows the Assembly code and WUC/UNS of the parent item. WUC/UNS Details describes the number of positions, inventory class and subclass. The tab enables you to add a WUC/UNS to the baseline. 1 Open the Assembly Explorer (see "How to Access the Assembly Explorer" on page 266). 2 Right-click the WUC/UNS in the tree view and select Create SubWUC/UNS. 3 On the WUC/UNS Detail tab, type the new WUC/UNS, name, and position. 4 Enter the inventory class and subclass. 5 Enter the DODIC Code, if applicable. Note 1: If the new WUC/UNS has multiple positions, the Position field must be annotated; otherwise, it defaults to 1. Note 2: Inventory class cann...
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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.

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