The ## entries defined on this screen will be redefined based on the numeric range that
is specified on the definition screen. Any of the fields on the configuration screen
can be edited to create more appropriate names for the group of entries to be added.
The Definition screen is used to define the range of entries to be added to the
Database, it also allows the individual entries to be modified. A typical definition
screen, after adding a range of entries is seen below.
As you can see from the above there were four entries for each IO added. One
location, two Item/Assets and one IO (type S). Selecting each of these will show the
definitions to be added the the database at the right. Above, the Item/Asset name
and Description are displayed. These entries can be changed by editing the fields
displayed. Once the desired changes have been made, clicking the "Add to
DB" command button actually adds the entries from the list to the database.
This two step process allows you to review all of your entry before committing them to the
database. If a change needs to be made after adding IO definitions to the database,
the dbEntry application should be used.
Last Modified: February 11, 2003