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Appendix C: OASIS Data Base Structure Summary (Cont) - TM-38-301-10073
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RESAMPLE AND TYPE RECOMMENDATION REPORT
NAVAIR 17-15-50.1
TM 38-301-1
T.O. 33-1-37-1
CGTO 33-1-37-1
The report is sorted by sort code, UIC, end-item serial number, TEC, and the component serial number and
bumper number for ground equipment. See pages D-9 and D-10 for an example of this report.
6.
Laboratory Workload Summary Report
The Laboratory Workload Summary report is sorted by sort code, UIC, end-item serial number, component TEC,
and component serial number. The report shows a breakdown of lab recommendations, reasons for sample, and
feedback required for samples within a UIC. The report is a summary of samples analyzed during the previous
month.
The "unit summary" part of the report shows the number of end-items enrolled, the number of components
enrolled, and the number of feedback required within a UIC. In addition for ground equipment, the report shows
the percentage of components that have no usage reported and the percentage of components that are
delinquent. Delinquency occurs when an enrolled component is not sampled during the established sampling
interval.
The "type sample" part of the reports shows a breakdown of the reason for sample codes given to the samples.
Any samples with the reason "R" are classified as routine; any with an "L" are classified as lab requests, and all
others are classified as "other".
The "lab recommendation" part of the report shows either the physical or spectrometric lab advice depending on
the level of significance in the advice code file for the samples. The advices are grouped as normal, resample,
purify oil, and inspect. See pages D-11 and D-12 for an example of this report.
7.
(On Request) Laboratory Response Time Report
This report is automatically produced when the laboratory workload summary is selected. The Laboratory
Response Time Report reflects the number of days between receiving and processing a sample. The report is a
summary of the number of samples processed within 0-10 days, over 10 days, unknown days, total samples
processed, and the average response time in days.
The grand totals produced by the report are saved in a disk file for transmission of FSA (PROV). See page D-13
for an example of the report.
8.
(Monthly) Usage and Sample Status Report
The end-item usage and component status report is produced on a monthly basis by UIC for ground equipment
only.
The report shows the bumper number, component model, end-item model, end-item serial number, end-item
meter reading, component serial number, sample number, date sample taken, date sample next due, days
delinquent, feedback required, sample number, date, and remarks. Totals are provided end-items enrolled,
components enrolled, end-items with no usage, recommendations with no feedback, components delinquent,
and percentage of end-items with no usage. See page D-14 for an example of this report.
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