OOMA User Guide

To access the flight subsystem on page 60 2 go to the

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Unformatted text preview: e the approval process before saving, click Reset. 7 Click Save to approve the flight document. 8 Click Print to print the flight document. 9 Click Close to return to the previous window. Extract Flight Documents The Extract Flight Documents button enables you to create from the database an extract of approved flight documents by Serno(s) for a given date range. Optimized NALCOMIS OMA is capable of transferring flight information on 3 ½-inch floppy disks to be used as interface media to any system that may require it. Currently, the TEDS Plus and FEMS maintained by Grumman Representatives on site are the only systems that require the interface medium so that they can compare their flight hours against the flight documents provided by the Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Flight Subsystem. TEDS Plus and FEMS are responsible for monitoring the aircraft stress and fatigue data relevant to engine performance during flight. 1 Open the Flight Subsystem (see "How to Access the Flight Subsystem" on page 60). 2 Go to the Approval menu and select Flight Document Approval. 3 Click the Extract Flight Documents button . Chapter 3 Flight Subsystem 113 The Flight Data Extract dialog box appears with a list all aircraft Sernos in the database. 4 If extracting flight documents for specific aircraft, select the aircraft, enter the date range, and then click OK. 5 If selecting flight documents for all aircraft, enter the date range, and then click OK. The Flight Document Extract Process window appears with the number of extracted flight documents. 6 Click OK. This process creates a file name, DSFTEMPydddhh.SDF, in C:\h\OMA\data\other directory. Note 1: Only approved flight documents can be extracted. Note 2: Extracted flight documents are flagged and are extracted again. Note 3: The Analyst or SA is responsible for copying the extract file to a disk and forwarding to the requester. # To copy the extract file to a disk: 1 On your desktop, click My Computer. 2 Double-click the C: drive, then the h folder, OMA folder, data folder, and other folder. 3 Right-click the dstempydddhhmm.sdf file in the Other folder, choose File, then Send to, and select 3 ½ Floppy (A). 4 On your desktop, click My Computer and select 3 ½ Floppy (A). 5 Select the specific file to rename it. 6 Right-click the specific file in drive A, and select Rename. 7 Type dstemp.sdf and click out of the area. # To copy the extract to a disk using the NT Explorer: 1 Right-click Start and select Explore. 2 Locate the C: drive and double-click the OMA folder, Data folder, and Other folder. 3 Drag and drop (on page 21) the dstempydddhhmm.sdf file to the 3 ½ Floppy (A) drive. 4 Open drive A, right-click the dstempydddhhmm.sdf file and select Rename. 5 Modify the file name to dstemp.sdf, and press Enter. 114 User Guide Optimized NALCOMIS OMA Flight Data Extract The Flight Data Extract dialog box enables you to select specific or all aircraft when extracting flight documents. The box contains the list of aircraft mai...
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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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