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 Editing the Object List for an Order


Pay attention to the following when you are editing or adding objects to the object list for an order.


To edit the objects, call up the order in change mode , and choose the Objects tab page.


What you should know

Display or change operations assigned to an object

See Change Operational Assignment of Object List Entries

Request new lines for additional entries

Choose Start of the navigation path Edit Next navigation step New entry End of the navigation path .

Enter new objects

Enter each object and each notification in a separate line of the object list.

Create notification

The system displays the reference object for the notification in the other fields of the list block. If this is a piece of equipment, the functional location at which it is installed is also displayed. You cannot make entries in these fields.

Create worklist for notifications

For more information, see Worklist for Notifications .

Create equipment

The system displays the functional location at which it is installed. You cannot make an entry in this field. If the equipment is not installed, the field for the functional location is empty.

Create functional location

The system does not display any other data for the functional location.

Create a combination of material and serial numbers

You can only do so if the view of the reference object has been set accordingly. You can enter a combination of material and serial numbers in an object list, in which technical objects (pieces of equipment, functional locations) have already been entered.

Create or change a notification for an object in the list

Use the symbol for this in the appropriate line of the object list.

Note Note

Do not use the Notification button in the order header for this function, since this button is used to assign a notification to the order header .

If notifications already exist in the object list, but no notification has yet been assigned to the order header, the system assigns the first notification in the object list to the order header when you use this button.

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