Table of contents
- Logging in and logging out
- The menu and the current goods owner
- Common icons
- Searching and filtering
Logging in and logging out
Your contact person at Ongoing will provide you with a link to the system, and a username and password. When you go to the link, you will be greeted with the login screen:
After you have logged in, you can easily change your password.
In the top right-hand corner, there is a button which allows you to log out:
The menu and the current goods owner
At the top of each page, we have the so called menu. It allows you to switch between different pages. When you move the mouse over the menu, it will automatically expand, allowing you to choose a page. Directly above the menu, you can see which page you are currently viewing.
Here we are viewing Order ⇒ Order List:
The clients of the warehouse are called goods owners. To the right of the menu, you have a list of these goods owners and you can also switch between them:
These are the most common icons which appear in the system, and a description of what happens when you click on them.
|Icon||Name||What happens when clicked|
|Expand / Select||The object in question will be expanded in place, allowing you to see more details.|
|Edit||You will be taken to a new page where you can edit the object in question.|
|Delete||The system will attempt to delete the object in question.|
|The system will generate a PDF file for printing.|
|Excel||The system will generate an Excel file.|
Searching and filtering
Generally speaking, there are two ways of finding objects (such as orders or articles) in the system. On most pages we have a section where you have a selection of search fields available. For instance, in the order list you can use the following fields to find an order:
So if you know the order number you are looking for, you can simply enter the order number and click on Search.
The second way to search is to apply a filter directly to the table. Below each column header, there is a magnifying glass:
If you click on the magnifying glass, you can enter a search string. For instance, this is how you would search for all orders going to Oslo:
Columns which contain dates or numbers also have two additional icons which allow you to add "greater than" and "less than" filters: