Parts linked to one unit

In maintenance, it is useful to have a list of parts for every equipment (or unit) to maintain. It will be handsome to be able to view this list of partsen the inventory grid, and more important, in the service grid.

Hi Marc

Pleaseelabortate on how this would be used in your service organization and suggestions for how you see this available in the program, and mainly what it is that you want to accomplish with such a feature.

For example, “able to view this list of parts via the inventory grid” - by what means do you see the parts get associated with the unit? - via the unit entry screen or the part entry screen? is there multiple parts per unit? Do parts need to be associated with multiple different units?

You also say to make this list available in the “service grid” - The Parts grid in the Service navigation pane does already displays parts selected in workorder items.

We do appreciate your suggestions. Do provide details on how your suggestions would be used, possible suggestions on how the feature would be accessed in the program, how youwould see it implemented- but mainly what it is that you want to accomplish with this feature - this gives development additional information to understand.

Thanks

  • Joyce

Hi again:

LETS TAKE AN EXEMPLE TO ILLUSTRATE WHAT I MEAN.

SAY WESERVICE TRUCKS FOR SEVERAL CLIENTS. EACH TRUCK IS DEFINED AS A UNIT. EACH TRUCK HAS ITS OWN PARTS (TIRES, FILTERS, ETC). WHEN WE ARE IN THE SERVICE (OR UNIT) GRID SPECIFIC TO ONE TRUCK, WE WOULD LIKE TO SEE AND PICKITS ASSOCIATED PARTS AND NOT ALL THE PARTS IN THE INVENTORY.

To explain what I try to att, “able to view this list of parts via the inventory grid” FORGET THAT PART;IT IS NOTABSOLUTELY NECESSARY TO SEE WHAT UNITS ARE FOR ONE PART. THE NEED IS MORE TO SEE WHAT PARTS ARE ASSOCIATED TO ONE UNIT. - is there multiple parts per unit? YES (TIRES, FILTERS, ETC)

Do parts need to be associated with multiple different units? YES (SAME MODELS USE SAME PARTS…)

By what means do you see the parts get associated with the unit? - via the unit entry screen or the part entry screen? THE UNIT ENTRY SCREEN

THANKS