Work orders are used to document operations that can be collected and output there. These can be new connections as well as disconnections of splices, patch fibers and patches. If the work has been implemented on site, the work order can be activated. The previously inactive splices, patch fibers and patches are then activated.
|Work order name||The order name is displayed. (1)|
|Information||Information about the work order is displayed. (2)|
|Activate||The work order can be activated by clicking on the button. (3)|
|Processor||When and by whom the work order was created, changed and activated is displayed. (4)|
|New/re-connect elements||If splices/patches have been created, they can be removed again in the work order using the “Do not connect splices/patches” button. The splices/patches are not created when the work order is activated. (5)|
|Disconnect elements||If splices/patches have been deleted, they can be removed again in the work order using the “Remove all items” button. The splices/patches are not deleted when the work order is activated. (6)|
|Patch fibers||If patch fibers were newly created or deleted with the work order, this is displayed here. (7)|
Creating a work order
The work order can be controlled in the NET tab.
The button can be used to open an existing work order or to create a new work order.
Selecting the “New work order” command opens the form for the work order.
Optionally, this form can also be opened via Industry Model Explorer > Administration > Work Order.
The details entered in the form are immediately imported and displayed. The work order is then up to date.
The FO connection editor / TP connection editor or the Routing can now be started as desired.
In the Autodesk Infrastructure Administrator, it can be specified for the industry model in “NET Engineering Options” whether work may only be done with work orders.