It is possible to build structural relationships between objects. This is a single level association with a parent object. Use this form/process to create and maintain the structure of the object. In this instance the structure to be constructed can be organisation type, location type, equipment; vehicle type or personnel type. Base on the selecting of the object type, the setup tasks available will be different, but the following tasks are available from setup.

Once the object is defined, the wizard will progress to the object structure. Complete the object structure fields. The calendar setup is very important for preventative maintenance schedule process to work properly. Ensure that the calendar is correctly setup before selecting a calendar. The specific indicators are checked when an object must be installed in the structure position before the asset is ready for use and when an exchange may be done on a structure position.

Project indicators and the setup indicators are only applicable to the defining of an organisation. But the indicators are important to the responsible organisation, for execution orders to work properly, the auto feedback on the execution order and the indicators to be selected for the issue of stock.

The related object structure for the object will be automatically created, but you can add more objects that are related to the one that you busy with. The object characteristics and ageing can be defined through the wizard. For preventative maintenance you have to setup the ageing meters for the correspondent object.

For more detail definition and setup of objects for Organisations, refer back to About Organisation Object Definition and structures

For more detail definition and setup of objects for Maintenance Management and Contract Management, refer back to About Transport Object Definition and Structures

Objectives

The following functionalities form part of the Object definition and object structure.

  • Create, define Object definition for a vehicle/equipment
  • Create, define Object structure for a vehicle/equipment
  • Create Characteristics for the vehicle
  • Create Ageing for the vehicle
  • Create Permits for the vehicle
  • Create Related images for the vehicle

The following image is the process for creating objects:

 

How to create a Vehicle Object (END-USE)

This function is to create/view object type vehicle - Vehicle Passenger, with specific object structure. Vehicle: Tangible properties (asset) which is used in the operations of a business. Examples of vehicle include vehicles (light and heavy), passenger air craft, helicopters, ground moving vehicle, etc. Use this form to create and maintain the vehicle objects.

Vehicle definition will only list/view all of the object types that are defined for type Vehicle. The information related to this definition is the same as the object definition, except that in this instance the information and setup is specific for the object type vehicle.

Object definition will list all of the object types that are defined, like organisation types, location types, equipment, vehicle types or personnel. Any “thing” which is part of the day-to-day business of an organisation is regarded as something that need some level of management and is consequently defined as an object which should be defined and managed via 360° Strategic Asset Management. To this extend organisation units, departments, company locations, equipment and human resources are all regarded as “things” which should be defined as objects in 360° Strategic Asset Management. An object is a generic definition which is associated with the generic business rules and management principles which is applied to manage all the specific instances of this object. To explain this in more detail a few examples will be defined:

If one for instance have a fleet of vehicles with different makes and models (e.g. Toyota Yaris and Ford Fiesta) and consequently different maintenance and operational rules. In this instance one will define 2 objects for each in this example. For each vehicle a specific instance (the vehicle as a serial/license number) will be created and associated with either the “Tazz” or “Fiesta” object. Through this association the specific will inherit all the generic business rules from the object.

The object definition is therefore crucial in defining how a specific instance of this object will be managed throughout its life cycle. For the exercise of Preventative Maintenance Management process we will use an object type “vehicle or equipment” to create a fleet vehicle structure with sub-structure. Create all the objects through the object wizard. The “Model” information will only by activated/available if the object type is of a type “equipment”, “vehicle”, “aircraft”. If a manufacturer is not defined, create the manufacturer by right-clicking in the field, click on view details and define a new manufacturer in the resource form. The same steps can be used to create new equipment models and model types in the model form.

Note

When you create a vehicle structure as an object, the vehicle will be the highest level of the structure, the engine, the wheels (tyres/rims), etc will be the sub-structure for the object, but also be defined as vehicle objects. The sub-structure (children) detail will depend on to what level the objects will be managed.

The model, weight, pricing and life detail information will be added in the event where the object type is anything of type = VEHICLE, EQUIPMENT. This is optional information about the object that can be added, but it is not mandatory information. Base on how the organisation wants to manage its objects will apply to the capturing/creating of this detail.

Create Object Definition

1.      Follow the following path to open the form : Strategic Asset Management > Setup > Object > Transport definition

The following is an example for Transport Object view:

 

 

The following is an example for Transport Object create wizard:

 

  1. Click on the Object definition function button to open the create wizard for object type = vehicle.

3.      Select the Object Type from the available list of types that will best define the object type, for this process select object type = vehicle.

4.      The model section will only be available if the object type is of type = vehicle.

Select the Manufacturer from the available pre-defined list of manufacturers.

Select the Model to define the vehicle model, from the pre-defined list of models of vehicles that was created.

Select the Model type to define the type that defines vehicle.

If in any of the fields the specific vehicle information is not found in the drop down list, the data can be created by right clicking in the field and then click on View details to open the field base form to create the data.

5.      Click in the Object Code to enter an unique object code that will clearly define the name of the object, or click on Generate object code to generate a system object code.

Click in the Object Description field and enter a short detailed description of the object.

6.      If the Object class and sub-class were created in the base setup it will be available for use to further define or clarify the object. Select the Object Class and Object Sub-Class to further define the vehicle.

7.      Select the End-Use Indicator to indicate that the selected object is the ultimate specific use to which a manufactured product is put or restricted, as a car, truck or building. (For example "vehicle engine" is not an end use vehicle, but the vehicle is end use).

8.      Click on the Next button to continue with the create of the object structure of the vehicle. The following is extra detail for the setup of this object:

 

9.      NOTE: If it’s an End Use object the “Schedule Indicator” should be ticked to indicate that the object can be used for forecasting.

10.  Enter a value in maximum items that may be installed in this position at the same time. This field is only available for structure positions other than the top and if either the serial control or the item control indicator is selected. This field is NOT available for objects of type Organisation, Location or Human.

11.  Select the Calendar that will be used by the object for the scheduling and the use of the object as a specific.

12.  On Specific level - This level of indicators is applicable on the specific and can be changed, except for the Schedule Indicator.

Schedule Indicator to indicate that this object can be used for forecasting. This indicator will automatically be ticked if the End Use indicator was selected.

Tick Must be Installed Indicator to indicate that if this indicator is set (checked) then a serial item must be installed in this structure position. If an item is not installed within this structure position then the asset (object) may not be changed into ready status.

Tick Can be Removed Indicator to indicate that this vehicle that is fitted in this position can be removed. (This will be off where a logical structure code is used to group items together, but cannot be removed as such).

Tick Specific ID auto create Indicator to indicate that Specific ID has to be automatically created when a specific is created from this object.

Tick Available on Contract to indicate that the object is available on contract and can out to customers. The indicator will filter through when a specific is created from this object.

13.  Click on the Next button to continue with the create of the object structure of the vehicle. The following is the add-of-other objects that are related to this object.

Create Related Objects

14.  The following is an example of setting up Object Structure Related objects.

 

15.  This form is used to define the valid Object Types which can be installed in this position in the structure. The following fields are available:

16.  Select the Object relation type field that will define the relationship between the objects will be added automatically from the object structure. Object fit will be used in the event where another object of the same type can be used to fit in this position.

17.  Select the Related Object field and use the lookup to select the object type that may be fitted or installed in this structure position.

Note

In the case of following the bottom-up approach for building object structures, the structure of the object type that is being associated to this position, will be added to the current position, on the present object type. The opposite will happen if a record is deleted here. On deletion, the structure of the object type is deleted from the parent structure where it was fitted.

18.  The Related Structure code field is the structure position and will be added automatically from the object structure.

19.  Click in the Sequence to define the priority sequence for the object that will be picked on installation.

20.  Click Next to add more detail about the object structure, BUT for this exercise click on the Finish button.

Create Object Characteristics

21.  The following is an example of setting up Object Characteristics.

 

22.  The purpose of this Characteristics form is to define specific characteristics values for the selected object. The user may add/remove characteristics as previously defined for the object type as base characteristics.

Click here for the detail reference to the field definitions : Object Characteristics

23.  Click Next to add detail of Object Ageing form, or Finish if detail is not available currently

Create Object Ageing

24.  Object structure ageing - Multiple units of measure may be defined. Although the system allows multiple ageing meters it is good practice to define the minimum ageing parameters needed. This is usually determined by the preventative events defined for the object or determined by the supplier.

This is where you add the UOM for the Object. If you select the Age Type - Absolute – it means when you do the Meter Feedback you should always read the Meter Reading and not the Increase.

25.  Click the Add lines button on the form to add the UOM Code = KM and the selected UOM is for identifying the type of units in which the ageing of the object type will be measured.

26.  Select Source structure code that indicates the structure position from where the specific structure will inherit its ageing meter values. If it is left as 0 it will indicate that the specific position has a local meter and will not inherit the updating from another unit in the structure.

27.  Select the Source UOM from the source object which will update this UOM. It may differ from the UOM code selected in the first field.

28.  Select the Source UOM code from the source object which will be used for meter ageing. It may differ from the UOM code selected.

29.  Add the Source factor = 1, but factor value of child ageing in comparison with the parent (source) ageing, e.g. a source factor of 2 entails that the child ages at double the rate of a source item.

30.  Select the Age type = Absolute.

Depending on the setup of Unit of measure codes this field allows for the defining of the ageing type as an absolute value or an incremental value of the selected meter. Absolute Value is selected if a user will reads for instance the value of the odometer of a vehicle, or the value of a physical hour meter on an engine. Incremental Value is selected if the user wants to increment the current meter with for example 10, then the value 10 will be entered in the field that is defined for the incremental value.

31.  Click here for the detail reference to the field definitions : Object Ageing

32.  Click Finish to finalise the creating of the object and the object structure.

Edit to add more detail to object structure

Object Structure

Once the object is defined, the wizard will progress to the object structure. Complete the object structure fields. The calendar setup is very important for preventative maintenance schedule process to work properly. Ensure that the calendar is correctly setup before selecting a calendar. The specific indicators are checked when an object must be installed in the structure position before the asset is ready for use and when an exchange may be done on a structure position.

Project indicators and the setup indicators are only applicable to the defining of an organisation. But the indicators are important to the responsible organisation, for execution orders to work properly, the auto feedback on the execution order and the indicators to be selected for the issue of stock. The related object structure for the object will be automatically created, but you can add more objects that are related to the one that you busy with. The object characteristics and ageing can be defined through the wizard. For preventative maintenance you have to setup the ageing meters for the correspondent object.

1.      Click on the Object structure function button to open the Object structure form and EDIT the detail for the object.

 

2.      Enter a value in maximum items that may be installed in this position at the same time. This field is only available for structure positions other than the top and if either the serial control or the item control indicator is selected. This field is NOT available for objects of type Organisation, Location or Human.

3.      Select the Calendar that will be used by the object for the scheduling and the use of the object as a specific.

4.      Select a Structure Type field from the drop down list to classify the type of structure. For example the end-use vehicle = "Not selected" but the engine in the vehicle that will be a managed serialised object will have a structure type = "Rotable".

For example: functional location, part or rotable. The structure type will be selected base on how the object is used when the actual object is created that will be installed into this structure position, it can be part or rotable.

Object Permits

5.      Select the Setup action button and click on Permit that will open the form to allow the adding of object permits/licenses/certificates.

 

6.      Click on the New button on the object permit form to add required permits/licenses/certificates for the object.

Select the Permit code from the drop down list of available options to add the permit/license/certificate.

Click on the Object permit age button to define the ageing of the permit.

7.      Save the record by pressing CTRL+S.

Related Images

8.      Select the Setup action button and click on Related images that will open the form to allow the adding of object images.

 

9.      Click on the New button on the related images form to add an image for the object.

Select the Image type from the drop down list of available options, and for this the type = image.

Add the Image date when the image was upload.

Add the Title and comment for the related image.

10.  Click on Upload image function button to navigate to the path where the images are stored. (For example C:\ 360° Strategic Asset Management \Images > and select the related picture, press the open button.

11.  Save the record by pressing CTRL+S.

Create object sub-structure(Children)

Object Structure

This function is to create/view object sub-structure of type vehicle. Vehicle: Tangible properties (asset) which is used in the operations of a business. Examples of vehicle include vehicles (light and heavy), passenger air craft, helicopters, ground moving vehicle, support equipment, etc. Use this form to create and maintain the vehicle objects.

It is possible to build structural relationships between objects. This is a single level association with a parent object. Use this form/process to create and maintain the structure of the object. In this instance the structure to be constructed can be organisation type, location type, equipment type or personnel type. Base on the selecting of the object type, the setup tasks available will be different, but the following tasks are available from setup.

For more detail definition on the setup process, refer back to Object Structure

For this process an object of type = vehicle with its components will be created. The following image is an example of an object and the object structure / hierarchy and what they could typically look like:

 

The following is an example is the form view of an Object Structure with a sub-structure (Children) detail.

 

Follow the following path to open the form : Strategic Asset Management > Setup > Object > Object Definition > Object Structure

 

1.      Click Object Structure button on the object definition form.

Click on Children button to add objects to the object structure.

Click on Object Structure New button to add a new object to the selected object.

2.      The Object code will defaulted in from the parent record.

Enter the object Structure code for the new object. (For example engine, gearbox, starter, etc)

Enter a short Structure Description to define the structure code.

3.      Click the Fast tab: Setup to expand/collapse.

HL Object field is indicating the parent (higher level) of the object. This field will default in from the parent record.

HL structure code field is the code identifying the next upper level structure. (This will only be visible if object type is part of a higher level structure)

Click in the Max items field and enter the value of the maximum items that may be installed in this position at the same time. This field is only available for structure positions other than the top and if either the serial control or the item control indicator is selected. This field is NOT available for objects of type Organisation, Location or Human.

Select theCalendar that will be used by the object for the scheduling and the use of the object as a specific.

Select a Structure Type field value from the drop down list to classify the type of structure. For example: functional location, part or rotable. The structure type will be selected base on how the object is used when the actual object is created that will be installed into this structure position, it can be part or rotable. If the object is not managed it will be not selected.

Select a Structure classification field value from the drop down list to classify the structure position. (For example the management of tyres, trailers, batteries, etc.)

Select a Position Critical field value from the drop down list to define the criticality of the object within the structure and the organisation.

NOTE: The following fields under the Fixed Asset group will only be defined if the object is serialised and will be managed through the Fixed Asset Module of AX.

Select a Value Model field to define the identification of value model. Select the value model from the available drop down list.

Select a Fixed asset group field that indicates the fixed asset group and must be selected from the available groups.

If the Auto capitalise stock field is ticked, it will auto create journals for stock to fixed asset.

If the Fixed asset integration field is ticked it indicates integration with the fixed asset module is on.

Select a Stock journal field that defaulted the journal name used for type when nothing else is specified.

Tick the Extended billing field if the object will be used for contracts and the billing may be continue after the contract has been expired.

4.      Click the Fast tab: Indicators to expand/collapse. The Setup and Specific Indicators are ticked for every object, to define the utilisation of the object as a specific. All the fields available under Indicators are listed, but you will only see the ones applicable to the object type. The indicators are used as follow:

Organisation Level: - An organisation can have multiple or none of these indicators switched on. If a certain indicator is not switched on, that organisation will not be able to perform events within that category.

Tick the Plan Indicator field to indicate that this organisation can do planning work.

Tick the Execution Indicator field to indicate that this organisation can do maintenance, repair and overhaul work.

Tick the Operations Indicator field to indicate that this organisation can create operational events.

Tick the Accounting Indicator field to indicate that this organisation/department is used to create invoicing and billing.

Tick the Contract Indicator field to indicate is used to identify organisations that can act as vehicle, facility or personnel contract creator. This field must be selected on all objects that will be used on contract management.

Tick the Check warranty Indicator field to indicate that warranty checks should occur for this object type.

Tick the Create warranty Indicator field to indicate if warranties should be created automatically if the indicator is selected, else the user must specify if the warranty must be created for this object/organisation.

Tick the Auto Feedback field to indicate if warranties should be created automatically if the indicator is selected, else the user must specify if the warranty must be created for this object/organisation. The effects of setting the auto feedback indicator are as follows:

Auto Feedback Off - When feedback is done on the Feedback form, the cumulative value for the resource on the work order is updated immediately, irrespective if the journals are posted or not. Journals are only created for the quantity feedback value greater than the quantity reserved.

Auto Feedback On - This is used for integration with the Product Information Management part of the system, when feedback is received automatically from the inventory side of the system into 360° Strategic Asset Management. Any update of the cumulative value on the Feedback form only happens when the inventory journals (issue or receipt) are posted. No extra journals will be created until the quantity reserved is issued from inventory. Then journal lines will be created, but the cumulative value will only be updated once those journals are posted. Any Issue or Receipt transaction against a project Id that exists as an Execution Order will affect the cumulative value of that item in the 360° Strategic Asset Management Execution Order.

Tick the Auto Issue field to indicate that stock items can automatically be issued from the warehouse.

Tick the Partial Issue field to indicate that stock items can partially be issued from the warehouse.

Specific Level: - This level of indicators is applicable on the specific and can be changed, except for the “Schedule Indicator”.

Tick the Schedule Indicator field to indicate the a specific linked to this object has to be scheduled for forecasting. When the object is created the indicator will be ticked. Once it is ticked it cannot be changed.

Tick the Must be installed field to indicate is set (checked) then a serial item must be installed in this structure position. If an item is not installed within this structure position then the asset (object) may not be changed into ready status.

Tick the Can be removed field to indicate that the vehicle fitted in this position can be removed. (This will be off where a logical structure code is used to group items together, but cannot be removed as such).

Tick the Specific auto create field to indicate that Specific ID has to be automatically created/generated when a specific is created from this object.

Tick the Available on contract field to indicate that the object is available on contract and can be rent out to customers. The indicator will filter through when a specific is created from this object.

5.      Click the Fast tab: Project properties to expand/collapse. (This part is only applicable if the object is of type "Organisation" and project integration is ON.

Tick the Project integration/execution field to integrate with projects for execution. (This field only visible if type = organisation)

Tick the Project integration/contracts field to integrate with projects for contracts. (This field only visible if type = organisation)

Select the Charge field that is the default charge status that the transaction is attached to. This the attribute that defines cost and sales percentages and options for revenue accumulation and capitalisation cost.

Select the Overtime field that is the default overtime status that the transaction is attached to. This the attribute that defines cost and sales percentages and options for revenue accumulation and capitalisation cost.

Select the Non chargeable field that is the default non chargeable status that the transaction is attached to. This the attribute that defines cost and sales percentages and options for revenue accumulation and capitalisation cost.

Select the Hour category field that is used as a default.

Select the Item category field that is used as a default.

Select the Fee category field that is used as a default.

Setup of additional information (Applicable to object type = vehicle)

Open the menu option SETUP with the following items: (The grayed out options is not applicable to object type = "vehicle")

·         Click Setup (Open the SETUP Menu options)

The following is an example for the SETUP menu for Object Structure.

 

·         Characteristics - Use this form/process to create and maintain the characteristic structures for an object type.

·         Ageing - Use this form/process to create and maintain to define the ageing parameters for the object type. Object structure ageing data is setup for a certain position in the structure.

  • Area size - Use this form/process to create and maintain to define the area size of a structure. This will be used for objects that are created for renting purposes. (Not applicable to object type = vehicle)

·         Item - This form is used to define valid Item Numbers and Supplier Part Numbers per Object Type. An Object Type can be associated with multiple Item Numbers, but an Item Number can only ‘belong’ to a single Object Group.

·         Default accounts - This form is used to define default accounts and to link the object and general ledger account. The account defined in this instance will be used as default for time and material events. (Not applicable to object type = vehicle)

·         Structure Status impact - This form is used to define what structure position will be impacted when this status change.

·         Generated numbers - Use this form/process to create the number sequences that are used as unique identifiers within 360° Strategic Asset Management. Each key element (sub-module of 360° Strategic Asset Management) has its own number sequence. Number sequences can be defined per organisation unit and 360° Strategic Asset Management will utilise the latter as defined. (Not applicable to object type = vehicle)

·         Related objects - Use this form/process to create and maintain the relationship between object structures for an object type and this object type will create or update structures for related object types defined for specific positions in the structure. Related Object is used to create/link the engine/object that fits into this position. More than one object can be selected as fitted objects.

·         Permit - Use this form/process to create and maintain the permits for an object type.

·         Warehouse - This form is used to define which warehouse (defined as a warehouse which can perform maintenance) is doing execution for which organisation. This setup provides the default value which will be used. (Not applicable to object type = vehicle)

·         Related Images - This function is used to load images of objects.

·         Object structure KPI - This form is used to define the set ups of KPI's for the object structure.

·         Codification - This function is used to attach codes to the current objects. (Not applicable to object type = vehicle)

How to add characteristics to an object

Open the menu option SETUP: Click on the Characteristics option

1.      The characteristics form part of the create wizard, but if new or more characteristics has to be added, this is the process to follow. The following is an example for characteristics of Object Structure.

 

2.      Click in the Characteristic code to select from the available characteristics that were created for this object type.

The Description will automatically be added from the base characteristic detail.

3.      Tick the Print Indicator to define if this characteristic should print on reports if this detail is used on reports.

Tick the Specific Indicator to define if this characteristic should be automatically associated with the specific when it is created for this object.

Tick the Mandatory Indicator to define that this characteristic is mandatory detail to the object.

Tick the History Indicator to define that for this characteristic all changes will be kept in a history log.

4.      The variable that was added to the characteristic when it was created in base data, will define what criteria should be added when the characteristic is added to the object. The example that is used in this document is a numeric variable that will indicate the number of doors for the selected object.

Add the Default numeric value for this characteristic. (For example the default number of doors for the vehicle = 4). This value will then be the value for all specifics, but can be changed where the vehicle has 2 doors.

Add the Lower limit value for this characteristic. (For example the minimum number of doors a vehicle can have = no value smaller than 2)

Add the Upper limit value for this characteristic. (For example the maximum number of doors a vehicle can have = no value greater than 4)

How to add valid Item Numbers and Supplier Part Numbers to an object

Open the menu option SETUP: Click on the Item option

1.      The following is an example for Items for Object Structure. Multiple items/parts can be added to this form for the object.

 

2.      Select the Resource code to from the available items that were created as items/parts for this object type and that should always be used for any maintenance on the specifics that are related to this object.

3.      Select the Object item type to define if this item will be of type BOM (Bill of material) or Valid item.

4.      Add the Quantity value for this item that will be needed for maintenance. (For example the vehicle has 4 brake pads.)

5.      Tick the Preferred indicator to identify the specific item/part number as the preferred option when it is used during maintenance.

How to add required permits to an object

Open the menu option SETUP: Click on the Permit option

1.      The following is an example of required permit for Object Structure. Multiple permits can be added to this form for the object.

 

2.      Select the Base permit from the available permits that were created as valid permits.

The Description will be added automatically from the base permit data.

Object Structure Function Menu

Open the menu option Function with the following items:

1.      Click Functions to open the FUNCTIONS Menu options

2.      Specific - This function will open a form displaying the selected object and its lower level structure in a tree view format. This function is also used to update the specific structure in accordance with the generic structure.

3.      Event Object - This function is used to define an Event Template in terms of information such as identification, duration, indicators (forecasting parameters), status and planned number of occurrences. Events Object Tasks should be defined for all tasks that are performed repetitively.

4.      Warranty object - This function is used to register a new warranty claim or update a warranty for the selected object.

How to link an object to Failure codes

Follow the following path to open the form : Strategic Asset Management > Setup > Incidents > Failure Codes

 

1.      Click Failure code = OVERHEATING, and then click on the Failure object link action button to open form to link the object.

 

2.      Click on the New button to link an object to the failure code.

Select the Object code of the object.

3.      Save the record by pressing CTRL+S.

How to link license codes to an object

Follow the following path to open the form : Strategic Asset Management > Setup > Object > vehicle Definition

1.      Select the object (vehicle) to link license codes against the object, click on the Object structure button. Click on Setup > Permit.

 

2.      Click on the New button to link an object to the permit/license code required for this object.

Select the Permit code that was created as part of the configuration data and that was defined as a license code required for a specific object. (For example: for operations work orders where a driver is required for a task, the driver requires a legal license to drive the vehicle and this license will be linked as a permit/license against the object).

3.      Save the record by pressing CTRL+S.

4.      Click on the Object permit age to add the validation period for the license. For example: a driver license is valid for 5 years (60 months).

5.      Save the record by pressing CTRL+S.

How to Baseline an object

Follow the following path to open the form : Strategic Asset Management > Setup > Object > vehicle Definition

 

1.      Use this form to manage and maintain the baseline process for objects, object structure and object specifics. When a object is created and all the configuration data were added to the object structure, the object is then baselined to stop any changes to the object structure that may have an impact on the object's use when the object is used as a specific asset.

Click on the Baseline button to baseline the object when the object creation is completed. On the object structure baseline management form that opened, click on the Baseline icon to complete the process.

Once the object is baselined, close the object structure baseline management form, and on the object definition form, the under indicators, the Baseline indicator will be ticked.

2.      Save the record by pressing CTRL+S.

See also

Setup of Object Definition

Object Organisation Definition

Object Equipment Definition

Fleet : Transport definition and structures