OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: ItemTransfer.log file located on the server selected in the server window in the J: h\omasrv\bin directory. 190 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Button Description Transfer Last Error Log Causes the transfer monitor to read the LastError.log file located on the server selected in the server window in the J: h\omasrv\bin directory. Baseline Out Log Causes the transfer monitor to read the b|_sweep_out_XXXX.log file located on the server selected in the server window in the J: h\omasrv\bin directory. Load Det Changes to Home Guard Log Causes the transfer monitor to read the act|_sweep_in_XXXX.log file located on the server selected in the server window in the J: h\omasrv\bin directory. A Text File Uses the file path entered in the file window to view any text file. Find Finds the next occurrence of the user id in the Transfer Status Log or Transfer Error Log. This is useful when more than one workstation is transferring assets. Refresh Refreshes the screen. About the Transfer Monitor Displays information about the Transfer Monitor. Exit Closes the Transfer Monitor. Refresh Rate Establishes the rate at which the screen will refresh automatically (one minute is the minimum time). File Contains the server name and complete path for a file that you want to view. Server Contains the name of the server that you want to monitor. Select Set to confirm. Site Tells the monitor (depending on if you select either Home or Det) which set of log/txt files to select for the icons at the top of the monitor. Display the Inventory Explorer The Group Explorer enables you to access the Inventory Explorer. # To display the organization's entire inventory: 1 Open the Group Explorer (see "How to Access the Group Explorer" on page 151). 2 On the Group Explorer tree view, right-click the organization or group and select Inventory Explorer. The system displays the organization's entire inventory (aircraft, SE, ALSS, and MME assemblies and components). For procedures, see Inventory Explorer (on page 193). Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 191 # To display the inventory for a specific aircraft or assembly: 1 Open the Group Explorer (see "How to Access the Group Explorer" on page 151). 2 On the Group Explorer Inventory tab, right-click the specific inventory and select Inventory Explorer. The Inventory Explorer appears with the organization's entire inventory. The inventory item that was selected on the Group Explorer Inventory tab is highlighted on the Inventory Explorer tree view. For procedures, see Inventory Explorer (on page 193). View Transfer History The Transfer History option in the Group Explorer Inventory tab enables you to view the transfer history of a specific inventory item. 1 Open the Group Explorer (see "How to Access the Group Explorer" on page 151). 2 Right-click the specific inventory item on the Inventory tab and select Transfer History. 3 The system displays the Transfer History [ ] dialog box for...
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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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