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Find Assets:

To search for assets by category, click the Assets button in the Main Menu (Fig. 2A). This will take you to the Assets search page (Fig. 2B).

Fig. 2A                                                           Fig. 2B

The Assets search page contains an input field with a Find and Exit button along with a list of search categories you can choose from. You can Search by: ID, Description, Serial #, Building, Floor, Department, and Room. When you click on any of the category buttons, the title (Find Asset by) above the input text box, changes to the specific category after it is clicked (Fig. 2B). 

Fig. 2C                                                                     Fig. 2D

The search functionality is the same for all of the categories. Once you're ready to find an asset by a certain category, type it in the search field (Fig. 2C). You can search by exact criteria or all that begin with the entered text. If you're searching for all Asset IDs that have the same characters in the beginning of the Asset ID, it will display all Assets that start with what you have entered. This goes for all of the categories. For example, searching for all assets that begin with '100' will display 1001, 1002, 1003, 1004, etc in the results list. Asset IDs such as 2100 and 1100 will not show up as a result because it's only searching for the exact Asset ID or all Asset IDs that start with '100'. Just because it contains '100' somewhere in the Asset ID does not mean it will show up as result. 

If the search was successful, a list will display your results. The list is displayed in this format: Asset Description(Asset ID). Three new buttons are also displayed as a result: Go To, Create WO and Menu (Fig. 2C). Select the asset from the list and click Go To. The Go To button will direct you to a details Asset view with Asset ID, Asset Description, Department, Floor/Level and three buttons: Find, Create WO and Menu (Fig. 2D). The Find button will take you back to the Asset Search page. Menu will take you back to the Main Menu. Create WO will take you to a Mobile Work Order (Step 2) forms page that displays basic fields, a couple of user input fields and three buttons: Save, Restart and WO Menu. The fields for user input are Brief Description and Work Description (Fig. 2E).

Fig. 2E                                                                     Fig. 2F

The WO Menu button takes you back to the Main Menu (Fig. 2A). The Restart button will take you back to the Asset Search page (Fig. 2B). The Save button will create a Work Order and it will show the summary of the WO you just created. The fields are WO No, WO Date, Asset ID, Asset Description, Department, Floor, Brief Description and Work Description. There are also three buttons associated with this WO: New, WO #, and Menu (Fig. 2F). The New button takes you back to the Asset Search Page. The WO # button will display the details of the WO and also have options(buttons) to Find WO, Close WO, add Charges to WO and Menu to direct you to the WO Menu page (Fig. 2G). The Close button takes you to a Work Order Close Out form. The Charges button will direct you to a new page to add Parts (+Parts), add Labor (+Labor), add Misc (+Misc) and a button to go back to the current Work Order.
Fig. 2G