Changes between Version 5 and Version 6 of SIS/UI/Tutorial-v1.0/Intro


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    100100}}} 
    101101 
    102  * Your browser should allow cookies from !sis.scsn.org 
     102 * Your browser must allow cookies from sis.scsn.org 
    103103 * If you forget your password, email faria@gps.caltech.edu to have it reset 
    104104 
     
    255255This section concerns the sensor inventory and related information. 
    256256The existing sensortypes (AKA sensor models) are listed, categorized under: 
    257     ACCELEROMETER 
    258     BAROMETER 
     257    ACCELEROMETER[[br]] 
     258    BAROMETER[[br]] 
    259259    VELOCITY TRANSDUCER 
    260260 
     
    270270 
    271271 1. Serialnumber  (unique per sensortype) 
    272  1. Inventory Status. Possible choices are: 
    273     INSTALLED:  instrument is currently installed at a station 
    274     INVENTORY:  instrument is not currently installed, is in the inventory pool 
    275     INACTIVE: instrument is no longer in commission (inactivated from the pool) 
    276     REPAIR:  instrument is in repair 
     272 1. Inventory Status. Possible choices are:[[br]] 
     273    INSTALLED:  instrument is currently installed at a station[[br]] 
     274    INVENTORY:  instrument is not currently installed, is in the inventory pool[[br]] 
     275    INACTIVE: instrument is no longer in commission (inactivated from the pool)[[br]] 
     276    REPAIR:  instrument is in repair[[br]] 
    277277    UPGRADED-RANGE:  This status was created to handle sensor upgrades based on the input range of the sensor (e.g. 2G sensor upgraded to 4G sensor). 
    278278 1. Owner agency 
     
    314314More information about the sensor summary page is contained further on in this document. 
    315315 
    316 Loggertypes 
     316=== [=#Loggertypes Loggertypes] === 
    317317 
    318318This section concerns the datalogger inventory and related information. 
     
    321321Limitation: Creating a new loggertype is currently executed via command-line scripts. Future development will allow this functionality through the UI. 
    322322 
    323 Inventory 
     323==== [=#LoggerInventory Inventory] ==== 
    324324 
    325325Click on the link ‘Inventory’ for any of the existing loggertypes.  This takes you to a report of the existing loggers of that model.  The user can filter the list by owner and/or inventory status. 
     326 
    326327Tip: To quickly find a logger in the inventory list, use your browser’s Search tool (CTRL-F on most browsers) to search for a logger by serialnumber. 
    327328 
     
    329330The table displays the list of logger serialnumbers along with some of the attributes contained in the logger header.  The attributes in the table are: 
    330331 1. Serialnumber  (unique per loggertype) 
    331  1. Inventory Status. Possible choices are: 
    332     INSTALLED:  instrument is currently installed at a station 
    333     INVENTORY:  instrument is not currently installed, is in the inventory pool 
    334     INACTIVE: instrument is no longer in commission (inactivated from the pool) 
     332 1. Inventory Status. Possible choices are:[[br]] 
     333    INSTALLED:  instrument is currently installed at a station[[br]] 
     334    INVENTORY:  instrument is not currently installed, is in the inventory pool[[br]] 
     335    INACTIVE: instrument is no longer in commission (inactivated from the pool)[[br]] 
    335336    REPAIR:  instrument is in repair 
    336337 1. Owner agency 
     
    343344Every logger in SIS has a summary page that displays information particular to that logger. 
    344345 
    345 Create New Logger 
     346==== [=#CreateNewLogger Create New Logger] ==== 
    346347 
    347348For authenticated users, there is a link on each loggertype’s inventory page to create a new logger of that model. Click on the link ‘Create new logger’ to get to the New Logger Form: 
     
    384385More information about the logger summary page is contained further on in this document. 
    385386 
    386 Owner Agencies 
     387=== [=#OwnerAgencies Owner Agencies] === 
    387388 
    388389This link takes you to the list of owner agencies in SIS.  The owner list is referenced by both the instrument inventory and the non-response hardware inventory to store ownership attribute of the instrument/device. When you are logged in, there is a link on this page to create a new owner. 
    389390 
    390 Create New Owner 
     391==== [=#CreateNewOwner Create New Owner] ==== 
    391392 
    392393 
     
    402403The owner code must be unique in the list of owners. Enter the values and submit the form. If there are no errors, you are re-directed to the owner’s summary page.  In addition, the new owner is now present in the Owner dropdown menu in other forms. 
    403404The owner’s summary page contains links to all the loggers and sensors owned by itself. 
    404 Section: Power and Telemetry devices 
     405 
     406== [=#Section_PowerAndTelemetryDevices Section: Power and Telemetry Devices] == 
     407 
    405408This section stores information about non-response devices. Devices are organized in the following hierarchy: 
    406409 
     
    411414Limitation: The devicetypes are placed into either the Power or Telemetry hardwaretype category. Future development will focus on making the hardware category extensible. 
    412415 
    413 Create New Devicetype 
     416=== [=#CreateNewDevicetype Create New Devicetype] === 
    414417 
    415418For authenticated users, there is a link in the Power Devicetypes section to create a new Power devicetype, and a similar link in the Telemetry section to create a new Telemetry devicetype. Clicking on the link takes you to a form: 
     
    430433    Hardwaretype: Select either Power or Telemetry 
    431434    Inventoriable:  Yes or No.  This states whether devices of this type are uniquely tracked by serialnumber.   
    432         If so, there exists an inventory pool of the devices. Each device is uniquely identified by a serialnumber and has an inventory status. 
    433         If not, an anonymous device is automatically created upon installation of the devicemodel.  The device serialnumber is optional. 
     435       * If so, there exists an inventory pool of the devices. Each device is uniquely identified by a serialnumber and has an inventory status. 
     436       * If not, an anonymous device is automatically created upon installation of the devicemodel.  The device serialnumber is optional. 
    434437    Description: Short description of this devicetype 
    435438 
    436439Enter the values and submit the form.  If there are no errors, you are re-directed to the devicetype’s summary page. 
    437 Create New Devicemodel 
     440 
     441=== [=#CreateNewDevicemodel Create New Devicemodel] === 
    438442 
    439443For a given devicetype, one or more devicemodels must exist that describe the Model/make of the devices. 
     
    457461 
    458462Enter the values and submit the form.  If there are no errors, you are re-directed to the devicemodel’s summary page. 
    459 Create New Device 
     463 
     464=== [=#Create New Device] === 
    460465 
    461466As explained above, the method to create a new device depends of the value of the inventoriable field of the devicetype: 
    462467 
    463    If the devicetype is inventoriable: there is a link on the devicemodel’s summary page to create a new device that is uniquely identified by its serialnumber. 
    464  
    465    If the devicetype is non-inventoriable: the devicemodel summary page states that an anonymous device is automatically created upon installation at a location. (Installing devices is explained further on in this document).  
     468 * If the devicetype is inventoriable: there is a link on the devicemodel’s summary page to create a new device that is uniquely identified by its serialnumber. 
     469 
     470 * If the devicetype is non-inventoriable: the devicemodel summary page states that an anonymous device is automatically created upon installation at a location. (Installing devices is explained further on in this document).  
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    467472 
     
    487492This concludes the overview of the SIS Home Page.  The next section focuses on the various summary pages that exist for the entities described above. 
    488493 
    489 Administrative 
    490  
    491 User Activity 
    492 Field Actions 
     494= [=#Administrative Administrative] = 
     495 
     496User Activity[[br]] 
     497Field Actions[[br]] 
    493498Lab Actions 
    494 SIS Products 
    495 Dataless SEED 
     499 
     500= [=#SISProducts SIS Products] = 
     501 
     502Dataless SEED[[br]] 
    496503COSMOS V0 
    497 Related SIS-Tutorial Documents 
    498 !Station/Channel data 
     504 
     505= [=#RelatedSISTutorialDocuments Related SIS Tutorial Documents] = 
     506 
     507== [wiki:SISTutorial-StationSummary Station/Channel Data] == 
    499508 
    500509The Station Summary page displays information specific to a station. It allows authenticated users to modify the station metadata. 
    501510 
    502 Instrument !inventory/response 
     511== [=#InstrumentInventoryResponse Instrument !Inventory/Response] == 
    503512 
    504513The Sensor Summary page displays information specific to the sensor. For authenticated users, the summary page shows links to modify the sensor’s response. 
    505514 
    506 !Power/Telemetry hardware 
     515== [=#PowerTelemetryHardware !Power/Telemetry Hardware] == 
    507516 
    508517The Logger Summary page displays information specific to the logger. For authenticated users, the summary page shows links to modify the logger’s response.