OOMA User Guide

The work orders list by status for all aircraft

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Unformatted text preview: form maintenance. You can display the list of all or specific work orders for a selected aircraft, or display the work orders list by status for all aircraft. Additionally, it displays the Cannibalization Authorized icon and Incomplete Cannibalization icon to indicate that Maintenance Control has authorized cannibalization actions against the marked aircraft. For procedures on cannibalization, see Cannibalization Processing (on page 378). Entries are color-coded to easily identify aircraft status: ! Red means the aircraft is not mission capable (NMC). ! Blue means the aircraft is partially mission capable (PMC). ! Black means the aircraft is full mission capable (FMC). Personnel action on the work orders automatically updates the entries on the Aircraft VED. Click Refresh to manually update the status of the aircraft on the list. The NALCOMIS OMA default window for the Maintenance Subsystem also displays Table Maintenance, Online Processing, and Mass Job Status menu selections. These menu selections contain task options relating to the organization's assets and database tables. For descriptions and procedures for these selections, click on the following topics: ! Table Maintenance (Work Order (see "Table Maintenance (Work Order)" on page 476)) ! Online Processing (on page 482) ! Mass Job Status (on page 493) 348 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Aircraft VED - Procedures The Aircraft VED is the default window in the Maintenance Subsystem and enables you to open the other VEDs. For descriptions and related tasks, see the following topics: ! ! ALSS VED (on page 412) ! Mission Mounted Equipment VED (on page 414) ! 1 Support Equipment VED (on page 409) Uninstalled Equipment VED (on page 416) To find an aircraft, click the Search button . -orScroll down the list. -orGo to Tools menu and select Search. For procedures, see VED Search (on page 346). 2 When you double-click any work order status column headings (CF REQ, QA REQ, In-Proc, AWA, IW, AWM, AWP, CDI, and MC), the system displays the applicable window listing all work orders with the selected status against all aircraft. For example, when you double-click the CF Req column header, the system displays all work orders that required Check Flight. Note 1: To get to the specific Modex quicker, click the Search button . -orGo to the Tools menu and select Search. For procedures, see VED Search (on page 346). Note 2: The IW, AWM, and AWP columns contain two sets of numbers separated by a slash (/) for each aircraft. The number on the left side is the total of all work orders for the respective column; the number on the right side is the total number of SCIR impacted work orders. Note 3: In a multi-organization environment, personnel with assigned specific SMQs can perform various functions within their primary and other organizations that are on the same server. 3 When you right-click an aircraft icon or the Modex or BUNO entry for the item, a shortcut menu appears with task selections. For task p...
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This note was uploaded on 10/01/2013 for the course ECON 101 taught by Professor Smith during the Fall '13 term at Voorhees.

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