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List of the different types of Configurable Data Entries / Name Values

On the 'Name-Value Pairs' Tab of the Step Definition different 'Name-Value Types' can be defined. Click one of the following 'Name-Value' types to learn more:

  • BOM Consumption

    Bills of Materials can be defined on the 'BOM tab' on the Part Definition Form. By definining a BOM Name Value entry, the Part Records that will pass through this Step Definition will consume automatically the complete BOM when the 'plus' sign is pressed.

  • Calc

    Calculated values can be used to display the result of calculation that can use any of the user inputs as arguments. Even Name-Values entered in previous steps can be used as arguments in the calculation.

    Learn more about the Calc Name-Value type...

  • CheckBox

    Will display a simple check box on the Traveler Form.

  • Condition

    The Condition Name-Value Pair can be used for operations that can last multiple shifts. With this Name-Value Pair you can let operators sign out without signing off the step. This way it is possible to keep traceability of all operators that worked on this step.

  • Consumption (Material Consumption)

    This Name-Value Pair enables you to consume any other Part Record or a part from a Part Record when the Flow Record moves through this operation.

  • Date (Only Date Entry)
  • DateTime (Date and Time Entry)

    Will open the a small calendar to enter the Date and the Time. This Name-Value Pair also is great to enter just time entries.

  • Equipment

    With the Equipment Name-Value Pair `you are able to connect defined Equipment Records. This way you can let operators choose specific Equipment Records at the moment a Flow Record is using this equipment.

  • File Attachment

    In case you want the operators to upload files and give them a faster option than the normal file attach option, use this Name-Value. By pressing the 'plus' sign the user will create a new Record Object, and will be able to upload files into this Record Object.

  • Location

    When Locations are defined, Part Records and Equipment Records can be assigned to Locations by using the Location Name-value Pair...

  • Lot

    Part Records that are connected to a Traveler can be grouped int a Lot Object. Through the Lot List box the Lots can be managed, giving you a central location to get to each lot.

  • Number

    The Number Name-Value is used for numerical entries. When a non numerical value will be entered the use will be notified and the entry will not be excepted. Use this entry for any numerical entry you would like to use in calculations, or for which you want to plot trend charts or histograms.

  • Organization

    The Organization Name-Value will create a pull down showing the Organization that are known in the system is options to select.

  • Pull Down

    Configure your own custom pull downs to limit the number of data entries, and prevent typing or other data entry errors.

  • Qty Edit

    This Name-Value Pair Type gives the user to ability to change the quantity of Part Records on the Traveler Form. The user has to press the exclamation mark, after she enters the new value, to submit the change.

  • Sequencer

    Using the sequencer parts on a Traveler are automatically numerically sequenced. The sequence starts with 1 and increments till all Part Records on the Traveler have a number.

  • Split

    The Split Name-Value Pair can be use to split Part Records from one Flow Record to a new or to an existing Flow Record.

  • Split Part

    Can be used to split Part Record or parts from a Part Record from a Flow Record without creating a new Flow Record. This is ideal for e.g. scrapped material, you are not interested in the disposition of the material, but you want to change the Part State to scrapped.

  • Text

    One of the basic Name-Value Pairs to ask the user for a text entry.

  • Unique ID

    Name-Value Pair to enter Unique ID's like Serial Numbers. The entry can be automated by defining a specific syntax.

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