OOMA User Guide

Parts will be reflected on the inventory explorer

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Unformatted text preview: ) for example, x4, it means four parts are required to be installed. When parts (components) are actually installed on the aircraft or equipment, these parts will be reflected on the Inventory Explorer based on the established number of positions. If there are four positions, there will be four entries, one of each position. Position codes are created in the Reference Term Editor; see Equipment Position Editor. # To identify the position codes and their names in the Assembly Explorer: 1 Open the Assembly Explorer (see "How to Access the Assembly Explorer" on page 266). 2 Click the WUC/UNS and the Part No tab. 3 Click the Position tab to display the positions and names. If there is only one position, position "1" is used as the default. 4 Right-click the selected WUC/UNS and select WUC/UNS Properties. # To identify the position codes and their names in the WUC/UNS dialog box: 1 Open the Assembly Explorer (see "How to Access the Assembly Explorer" on page 266). 2 Click the Position tab to display the positions and names. If there is only one position, position "1" is used as the default. Part This dialog box enables you to view the attributes of the existing part. This box contains the following tabs: Identity Contains the complete description of the viewed part. Detail Displays the model number and revision of the part. Description Displays any additional information on the part. 298 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Applicability Displays the aircraft/equipment to which the part is used. For procedures, see Parts Catalog - Procedures (on page 299). Parts Catalog The Parts Catalog contains all repairable parts existing in the database. This is similar to the ICRL listing. It enables authorized personnel to add, view, or update the part properties. Note: At the foundation tier (OMA, IMA, or Depot level), the system allows you to only view the parts properties. The Parts Catalog enables authorized personnel to create new part items, access the parts list, or selects a part to duplicate, view, modify, or delete. All personnel can query parts by entering criteria in the available boxes. For procedures, see the applicable topic listed under "In This Section." How to Access the Parts Catalog On the NALCOMIS OMA window: 1 Click Configuration Management and Logs & Records . -orGo to the File menu, choose Open, and select Configuration Management. 2 Click Parts Catalog . -orGo to the File menu, choose Open, and select Parts Catalog. Toolbar Buttons and Menu Options - Parts Catalog The Parts Catalog displays the following toolbar buttons and boxes: Toolbar Button/Button Name Action Item Search Searches for a defined part. Part Properties Displays the Part dialog box and its properties. Retrieve Displays the parts list in the lower window as specified in the criteria fields. Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem Toolbar Button/Button Name Clear Filter Row Limit 299 Action Cle...
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