OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: SE. 7 The WUC/UNS Code and WUC/UNS Name are the entries that tie the assembly to the WUC/UNS structure. Type both in the applicable fields. 8 Click OK to save the new assembly record. Modify Assembly Properties The Assembly Properties option on the Assembly Catalog enables you to view or modify assembly properties. The Assembly Code, Main Usage Parm, and Inventory Class fields cannot be changed; other fields can be updated as necessary. 1 Open the Assembly Catalog (see "How to Access the Assembly Catalog" on page 247). 2 Right-click the assembly item in the tree view and select Assembly Properties, or click the assembly and go the Edit menu and select Assembly Properties or click Assembly Properties button . Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 265 3 In the Assembly [ ] dialog box, enter changes in the fields as needed and click Apply. 4 Click OK to save the changes. Duplicate an Assembly Record The Duplicate Assembly option on the Assembly Catalog enables you to use the attributes of an existing assembly record to create a new one. All data can be modified except the Assembly Code and WUC/UNS Name. 1 Open the Assembly Catalog (see "How to Access the Assembly Catalog" on page 247). 2 In the tree view, right-click the assembly item you want to duplicate and select Duplicate Assembly, or click the assembly and go to the Edit menu and select Duplicate Assembly or click the Duplicate Assembly button . 3 On the Assembly [Duplicate] dialog box Identification block, enter the Assembly Code. 4 In the Description block, enter the WUC/UNS Name. 5 Enter changes in the other fields as needed. 6 Click OK to save the new assembly record. Delete an Assembly Record The Delete Assembly option on the Assembly Catalog enables you to delete an assembly. However, an assembly item cannot be deleted if there are inventory or task plans against it. 1 Open the Assembly Catalog (see "How to Access the Assembly Catalog" on page 247). 2 In the tree view, right-click the assembly you want to delete and select Delete Assembly, or click the assembly and go to the Edit menu and select Delete Assembly, or click the Delete Assembly button . 3 Click Yes on the prompt to confirm the delete action. Assembly This dialog box enables you to create, duplicate, view, or modify an assembly record. It displays two areas: the Identification and Details blocks. Bitmaps are available to represent the type assembly identification and the Inventory Class and Subclass. For procedures, see Create an Assembly Record (on page 264), Modify Assembly Properties (on page 264) and Duplicate an Assembly Record (on page 265). 266 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Access the Assembly Explorer The Assembly Explorer option on the Assembly Catalog window displays the Assembly Explorer for the specific assembly item that is selected on the left side of the catalog. For procedures, see Assembly Explorer (on page 266). Assembly Explorer The Assembly Explore...
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