Xerox Asset DB Architect Ver.4.8.1 Software User Manual PDF

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Summary of Content for Xerox Asset DB Architect Ver.4.8.1 Software User Manual PDF

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3 Getting Started ... 2

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7... 18 Using Filters ... 39

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2 The Solution Design Process Asset DB Architect is much more than just a software tool it embodies a solution design

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3 Getting Started The starting point for a solution design using Asset DB Architect is an Asset DB project

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options without the need for multiple projects... A new solution is created and associated

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To allow for better collaboration, it is possible to synchronise a solution to the Asset DB

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In addition, there is the option to update your client with changes from the server without

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clicking the lock yourself while they are offline, at which point the message in Figure 7 will

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assignments in the Current State tab, so a floor assigned to a person in the current state

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considered useful in determining the fate of the asset... Further attributes can be added to

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and using one of the fate buttons in the toolbar, by right clicking on the table row for the

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This will take you to the Solution Design tab and highlight the asset on the floor... Note that

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this panel is an empty panel that will hold information about the assets that will make up

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(derived from the existing print fleet population) are displayed... Categories can be added

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first step in setting up your Product Catalogue is to decide the volume capabilities of a

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This process should then be repeated for all the models highlighted in pink in the top right

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decide which models will be considered for use in the new print fleet and where they sit in

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Existing models can be edited by right-clicking and selecting Edit Model Figure 22)... When the same asset is included in different volumes ranges or categories it is possible to edit the capabilities of an individual model without needing to create a new one... Once the model has been edited and the Solution Generator has been run then the model information will automatically update on the floor plan... Please note that once the information has been changed then the pricing will be reset to 0 in the Product Costs tab...

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5... 6... Undoing and reverting changes in the Product Catalogue Any changes that have been made to the Product Catalogue can be undone when

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catalogue use the Solution>Export>Product Catalogue menu option (as shown in Figure

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6 The Product Costs Tab The Product Costs tab allows for the allocation of cost data to the future fleet models that

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right click menu option or the Edit button on the toolbar or to edit a single value clicking

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Figure 30... Importing/ Exporting Product Costs

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7 The Solution Design Tab The Solution Design view is the design studio for creating a new virtual print

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onto the floor, it will be marked with a gold star that indicates it is a virtual device... It will

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Should you wish to transfer volumes into a virtual tri-colour meter device, you need to go

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If all the volume is transferred from a device, it will be represented as a hollow circle or

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other virtual devices or back to existing fleet devices... To initiate a transfer from a virtual

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to revert back to the starting state... Note that the undo and redo buttons are not specific to

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To set the fate, right click on an existing device and select the desired option from the

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The statistics shown relate to the object (site/building/floor) selected in the navigation tree

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select any of the devices and look at their attributes in the top left panel, you will see that

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no suitable model can be assigned... If this is the case, Architect will indicate this in the

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If you hover over a row in the table that is showing as Error then this will show a tooltip

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will automatically display with a red cross or a green tick next to it to indicate its status as

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All In Situ devices will show a green tick as they cannot encounter the errors that would

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It is possible to gain control of a virtual asset by right clicking on it and selecting the

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The gold star on the asset will change to white to indicate the asset will not be modified

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If the shift key is not held down the cursor will show a standard paper icon, indicating a

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redeployed asset is manually mapped to a virtual asset (indicated by the blue line), it will

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Architect provides a filtering capability that lets you display only particular devices relative

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If a filter is in use, the title of the filters tab is shown in red to indicate it is active...

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other... It is possible to select an individual site, building or floor to review the costs for this

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8 The Future State Tab The Future State tab is the final view in Solution Architect and is used to show the new

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A pictorial summary of the changes for the floor can be viewed by using the Show/Hide

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9 Creating a Future State Green Analysis Just like for the current state, it is possible to create a Green Analysis for the future state

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One main difference between the Green Calculation for the Future State and the Current

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floor plan images in addition to textual information... The textual information consists of a

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11 Exporting and Importing Solutions Solution data can be exported from Architect in three ways; as a stand-alone Asset DB

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Solution data can also be exported as a project and solution pair... This type of export will

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The exported data contains all information required to replicate the project and solution in

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file (... ats) and then import it back into the same Asset DB instance it creates a new project

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12 Invalid Changes In general, it is not advisable to make changes to the current state data once the Solution

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13 Frequently Asked Questions Architect can be a very fluid and helpful tool, below are some of the topics that support

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