the Navigation pane, click Commanding Officers.
on the amount of records you have within your database, the Commanding Officers
list may not readily populate. To populate the list, perform one of the
Within the search box, type any portion of
the record and then click the magnifying glass.
Click the Show All button.
4. Once the list populates, double-click the
desired Commanding Officer. The Commanding Officer window opens.
5. Within the Show ribbon group, click the Sites
button. The window displays two panes of information; the top pane displays the
sites associated to the Commanding Officer. The lower pane displays a list of
all the sites within your database, the following read-only information is
available for each site:
Site Name – displays the name of the site,
this is the lowest level of the site tree.
Site Path – displays the complete path to
the site. Each level is separated by a >.
Site Level – displays the site level name
Site Code – displays the three-digit
alphanumeric site code.
! You can search for a site within the
Search All Sites pane by typing in the name or portion of the name within the
Search text box, once entered click the magnifying glass. Any record with the
search characteristics appear within the pane.
6. To add a site to a Commanding Officer, find
the site within the list, and double-click the record, the site name now
displays within the upper pane.
be aware that sites do not inherit the associations of their parents. You must
associate each level to the resource. For example, if you associate a parent
and want all the children associated you must associate all children site as
7. Within the Actions ribbon group, click Save
(save and stay) to continue working with the commanding officer, or Save &
Close (save and exit) to return to the Commanding Officer list.
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