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Michael Piehl

This section allows you to define the service order type that should be generated directly from the notification.  While I tend to favor the repair sales order path, this method is excellent for simplicity. It

This section allows you to define a change of notification type.  In general, you would look into this functionality if you anticipate that your notification type may change after a certain time frame, or perhaps

This section allows you to define defaults at a transaction level.  Please update this carefully.  It is not specific to any plants.  So it’s global.  Change with caution. IMG–>Plant Maintenance and Customer Service–>Maintenance and Service

This section will work exactly like the other number ranges we have already covered.  I won’t go into a lot of detail here, but I’ll cover the basics. IMG–>Plant Maintenance and Customer Service–>Maintenance and Service

This section is another critical piece for service notifications.  This portion of configuration allows you to define the exact look and feel your notification will have.  It allows to define tabs, and even the sequence

This section is the critical piece for service notifications.  Without this configuration you have nothing.  So let’s jump right in. IMG–>Plant Maintenance and Customer Servic–>Maintenance and Service Processin–>Maintenance and Service Notification–>Notification Creation–>Notification Types–>Define Notification Types