OOMA User Guide

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Unformatted text preview: r displays a tree view of tracked sub-assemblies based on a WUC/UNS structure, or a listing of tracked sub-assemblies associated with the assembly. It is in the Assembly Explorer that a baseline for an item is established. The item ties with WUC/UNS, Part Numbers, Position Codes, Usage Parameters, and Task Definitions for a particular component with the structure of the assembly. If you access Optimized NALCOMIS OMA at the foundation tier (Organizational, Intermediate, or Depot Maintenance Level), you will only be able to view the inventory item's part number, usage parameter, position, task definition, EOC properties, and TMR properties. How to Access the Assembly Explorer 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 Assembly Catalog . -orGo to the File menu, choose Open, and select Assembly Catalog. 3 On the left side of the Assembly Catalog, right-click the specific assembly item and select Assembly Explorer. -orGo to the File menu, choose Open, and select Assembly Explorer. Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 267 Assembly Explorer - Window Description The Assembly Explorer is divided into two areas: the left side displays a list of the components and all its tracked or untracked subcomponents. The graphics used in the tree view indicate the class of the component the assemblies represent. Classes for this field include System, Tracked, Assembly, and Untracked. ! System is considered as a placeholder and does not have part numbers attached. ! Assembly, when attached to an aircraft, appears as an end item with no WUC/UNS structure appearing below it. Assemblies can be seen as end items in the Assembly Catalog with their own WUC/UNS structure. ! Tracked are those components that have usage expenditures and operational limits. ! Untracked are those components without history/maintenance records that are added to the inventory to be monitored. The right side displays tabs that provide detailed information for a selected item in the tree view. To perform tasks on a tab, see the following topics: ! Part No Tab (on page 272) ! Position Tab (on page 297) ! Usage Parm Tab (on page 278) ! Task Definition Tab (on page 281) ! TMR Tab (on page 290) ! EOC Tab (on page 292) Toolbar Buttons and Menu Options - Assembly Explorer The Assembly Explorer displays the following toolbar buttons: Toolbar Button/Menu Option Enables user to WUC/UNS Properties View or modify the attributes of a selected WUC/UNS. Create Sub-WUC/UNS Add a sub-WUC/UNS to the structure of a selected WUC/UNS. Delete WUC/UNS Remove the selected WUC/UNS from the baseline. Tab Toolbar Button \ Right-click Option Part No Properties Create Part No Enables user to View or modify the attributes of a part number in the baseline. Add a part number to a WUC/UNS. 268 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Toolbar Button/Menu Option Enables user to Duplicate...
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