The following topics are covered in this article:
- Create Machine Log Incidents
- View and Update Machine Log Incidents
- Delete Machine Log Incidents
- Export Machine Log Incidents
Machine Log incidents are used to track performance of individual machines and provide trending information. In any report any longitudinal data can be compared to Machine Log incidents. The intent is to monitor trends to predict potential downtime and prevent it.
Create Machine Log Incidents
To create a Machine Log incident, click Machine Log:
Then click +Add Machine Log at the top right hand corner of the screen:
Edit the fields shown below as needed:
If the Machine Down field is changed to yes the following additional fields will appear:
The downtime start and end fields will automatically calculate and fill the Downtime (in minutes field). The Downtime field can also be manually entered.
View and Update Machine Log Incidents
To view or update existing Machine Log incidents, click Machine Log on the left pane. You may view the list as is or choose to filter by sites, machines and equipment; utilize the search option (for example search by reporter name) or date of occurrence. Next click the desired incident.
View or update the incident as needed. Be sure to click Submit at the bottom of the incident if updates are made to the incident.
Delete Machine Log Incidents
Only the owner and physicist admin roles can delete Machine Log incidents. To delete a Machine Log incident, click Machine Log on the left pane and then click the desired incident from the list. Next click the Sign off to Permanently Delete button at the right hand corner of the screen.
Enter in your credentials and click the Sign Off button.
Export Machine Log Incidents
Machine Log incidents can be exported to a comma separated value (.csv) file by clicking the Export Results button as shown below:
Either a summary or detail report can be generated: