360° Strategic Asset Management > Common > Operations Register - Specific > Operation route

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360° Strategic Asset Management > Common > Operations Register > Routing legs > Operation route

These forms allow you to manage the pre-defined base routes that were setup for transporting and used in planning the most cost-effective routes from source to destination by minimizing the distance travelled and/or time taken.

Tasks that use this form

Add/Remove route legs

Add/Remove route legs characteristics

Navigating the form

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form:

Operation Route actions

The following tables provide descriptions for the controls in this form:

Operation Routes Action Pane

Actions/Activities

Description

Edit

Edit an operational record.

Refresh

Refresh the page

Export to Microsoft Excel

The function is used to export selected data to Microsoft Excel

Attachments

This button is a document handling function

Form detail

FastTab

Field name

Field description

General

Execution Specific ID

This field is a code or number uniquely identifying the operational execution specific.

Object code

This field defines the object type to be quoted on in this work order. Select from the list of lookup values.

Structure code

This field defines the structure position of the object for which the execution is performed and the field will automatically be added from object.

Specific ID

This field defines specific identification on which the work will be performed. Only the specifics for the object, if that field is filled, will be listed in the pull down. Specific assets are not mandatory for the create of an operational order or task.

Primary serial

This field defines the asset serial number that is unique to a specific. In some instances this will be used for the vehicle registration number, if the specific ID is used by another unique number, for example a bar coded asset number. This field can be updated, but history records will be created for changes since it is a asset. (For example a vehicle's registration number is used as Primary serial, then the vehicle is allocated to another province, and the primary serial is updated).

Secondary serial

If the asset/specific has more classification that will uniquely define the specific, and can be used as the secondary serial.

Planned start date

The planned date when the work order must start.

Planned completion date

The planned completion date of the work order is calculated and displayed by using the start date and time and adding the duration of the work order to it.

Execution type

The defines the type of execution (for example: hot work, strip and build, inspection, rebuild, etc) to clarify the execution work order.

Event code

This field defines the event template that was used to create the operational specific and resources required for the work order.

Execution ID

This field is a code or number uniquely identifying the work order.

Execution specific status

Shows the current status of the Work Order. The status can be changed with the Status function.

The work order can be in one of the following phases/status: Created/Approved, In Progress/Completed/Financial complete or Cancelled.

Route

Route

This field defines the referencing to the route setup detail. Click on the route reference number or the route description to view the detail about the selected route detail.

Auto departure

When this indicator is ticked, this will indicates whether the route leg stage update should include the next route leg. (For example if the first leg of the route is updated to a "finished" state, the next route leg status will automatically updated to "start/in progress".)

From Location

Select the location from where the items movement will start. This will be added from the route that was selected for the operational execution.

From Structure code

Select the location structure code from where the items movement will start. This field will automatically be added when the from location is selected.

To Location

Select the location to where the items will be moved. This will be added from the route that was selected for the operational execution.

To Structure code

Select the location structure code to where the items will be moved. This field will automatically be added when the to location is selected.

Routing legs : Route legs Tab

This grid is displayed only in the line view of the form.

Button

Description

Add line

Use this to add another operational specific route leg line.

Remove

Use this remove a operational specific route leg line.

Setup

Use this function to update/add the route leg characteristics

Update route leg statuses

This function allows for the updating of the route leg statuses that are linked to this operational work order.

Open a menu with the following items:

  • Next - This function is used to change the route leg to the next status level. This will be executed if the, include next route leg stage update indicator is ticked.

Field

Description

Sequence number

This field defines the sequence in which the operational work order will be performed during transporting process. If another route leg is added, click on add line, and enter a new sequence number. (For example: the current route legs are 1,2,3, and another one is added between 2-3, then the added route's sequence number will be 2.1, and once the route is saved, the numbers will be updated to 1,2,3,4.)

Status

This field defines the status position of the route leg. (For example is the vehicle in-transit, arrived, etc).

Route Leg

This field defines the route to be travelled and define the from-and-to locations for this leg.

Grade

This field defines the grading of the route leg condition/difficulty. (Scale is 0-3, with 0 = very good, and 3 = very bad).

Departure

This field defines the date and time that operational movement departed from the location for the route leg.

ETA

This field defines the estimated date and time that operational object will arrive at the destination location of the route leg.

Arrival

This field defines the date and time that operational object have arrived at the destination location of the route leg.

Lead time

This field defines the amount of time that elapses between when a process starts and when it is completed.

Routing legs : Map Tab

This tab is displayed only in the line view of the form. The map tab displays the route map and routing instructions for the selected route leg.

Tab

Field

Description

Map

Details

This grouping tab view the graphical map view and detail instructions for the selected route leg.

The following is an example of the graphical view of the routing map leg.