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3 Select the appropriate tab (Inventory or Personnel) and right-click the
applicable item. Choose the applicable option from the shortcut
menu. 186 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Note: When you select aircraft or equipment, it is recommended that
you should select Run Transfer Report first to view the Item Transfer
Report – Outstanding dialog box that contains all documents that
require completion before the transfer process begins. If there are no
outstanding documents, go to step 4.
The components and personnel may not require completion of reports
prior to the transfer process.
4 Right-click the selected item and select Relocate to Another Group.
5 From the Select Group dialog box, select OUTBOX and click OK,
or simply drag the selected item(s) to the OUTBOX. For more
information, see Relocate to Another Group (see "Relocate Aircraft
or Component" on page 204).
6 The Transfer To dialog box appears. Select the site name where you
to transfer the inventory item to and click OK. For more information,
see Transfer To (on page 180).
7 The Org Assignment dialog box appears. Select the Organization
Code and name of the location where you want to transfer the
inventory item to and click OK.
8 Respond to the Transfer prompt box asking you to give up ownership
of the item being transferred. Click Yes to continue or No to
discontinue the process.
The inventory item disappears from the listing and moves to the
OUTBOX selection group when you select Yes from the Transfer
9 Click the OUTBOX selection group. It displays the status
("Await") of the inventory item that you want to transfer.
Note: Once the item is in the OUTBOX, it is placed in an "Await"
status. Right-click the selected item(s) and you can hold the Control
key to select multiple items and a menu appears. If you select
Transfer Items Online, the highlighted items are transferred directly
to the designated site, either by the two-phase commit utilized when
the receiving activity is designated as part of your local environment
or through the transit server. If you select Save Items to Files, the
items are saved to a flat file in preparation for transfer to another
10 Right-click the selected inventory item(s) that you want to transfer
and choose Save Items to Files.
11 Click OK on the Store to Disk prompt.
12 Select any applicable report to view or print when the Det Processing/
Item Transfer Reports dialog box appears or select Cancel.
13 Click OK when the Messenger Service prompts stating that the
transfer has started and changes the selected item(s) transfer status to
"Ready". If the Transfer monitor is installed on your workstation,
bring it up to observe the transfer process. For more information, see
Item Transfer Monitor (on page 189). Chapter 4 Configuration Management and Logs & Records Subsystem 187 14 Click OK when the Messenger Service prompt reappears stating that
the transfer is...
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