OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: g a new server, this tab appears with blank fields. For procedures on the Database Description tab, see WAN Explorer Procedures (on page 148). Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 147 WAN Replication (Transfer Log) Tab The WAN Replication (Transfer Log) tab in the WAN Explorer displays a listing of all items transferred by the selected activity in the tree view. This includes items sent to the OMA (parts) or other squadrons (transfer or aircraft). When you right-click any item on the tab, a shortcut menu appears with common utilities and functions. These selections are also available as toolbar buttons. For procedures, see Common Utilities and Functions in Explorers and Catalogs (on page 129). Note: At the foundation tier (OMA, IMA, and NADEP), you can only work with the Local Address Book Tab. The system allows you to only view the remaining tabs. WAN Address Book Tab The WAN Address Book tab in the WAN Explorer displays the complete listing of all activities using OMA on the left side. It includes the database server name, the network node name, and the network TCP/IP address. When you right-click any item on the tab, a shortcut menu appears with common utilities and functions. These selections are also available as toolbar buttons. For procedures, see Common Utilities and Functions in Explorers and Catalogs (on page 129). Note: At the foundation tier (OMA, IMA, and NADEP), you can only work with the Local Address Book Tab. The system allows you to only view the remaining tabs. Local Address Book Tab The Local Address Book tab in the WAN Explorer enables you to list and flag activities that your organization frequently transfers inventory items to (aircraft, equipment, components, or personnel). You can flag each activity to indicate if it is local or remote. When an activity is local (defined as being behind the same security firewall such as a sister squadron on the same base), the two-phase commit functionality applies. This means that your organization can deal directly with that activity to transfer inventory items. The receiving activity must be part of the Local Address Book in order for the transfer process to work. # To add an organization to the local address book: 1 Open the WAN Explorer (see "How to Access the WAN Explorer" on page 145). 2 Click the Local Address tab. 3 Expand the main US NAVY Server and select the appropriate organizations you want to add to your local address book. 4 Right-click on the selected organization and select Add to Local Address or go to the Edit menu and select Add to Local Address. 148 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA 5 Click YES on the prompt to add the address to your local environment or click NO to utilize the transit server. The address appears on the Local Address Book tab, annotated Y or N under the Local column. # To remove an organization from the local address book: 1 Click the Local Address tab. 2 Expand the main US NAVY Server and select the appropriat...
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