Decoding XML – Downtime Codes

When exporting downtime codes from a machine, the downtime codes list will appear in .XML format. (If your computer can’t open it, try drag + dropping the file into a text editor or Excel). To help decode the meaning of various XML text, here’s a quick guide. MachineId/LocationID: These are unique identifiers internal to ei3 […]

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Downtime Tracking – Codes & Categories

Introduction Use the Downtime Categories and Codes pages to configure downtime categories and codes for use by your plant or facility location. Downtime categories can be used to group downtime codes (e.g. all codes related to electrical failures could be grouped under a category called “Electrical Failures”). These categories can then be used when creating reports and […]

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Managing Downtime Codes

This is part of a series on downtime codes. Creating downtime codes Managing downtime codes Assigning downtime codes Not seeing downtime codes? You may still have to create them. See Creating Downtime Codes From the Menu, select Downtime Tracking > Manage Codes. Select a machine from the selection bar at the top of the page.   […]

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Creating Downtime Codes

This is part of a series on downtime codes. Creating downtime codes Managing downtime codes Assigning downtime codes Creating Downtime Codes To create downtime codes for a machine: From the menu, select Downtime Tracking > Codes (under Admin Tools). Under the Action column, click the  icon to create a new code. Input the desired downtime […]

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Applying Downtime Tracking to Shift Schedules

This feature requires Downtime Tracking enabled on your machine. 1. Select a schedule For more information on creating machine schedules, see New Schedule Creation. To edit an existing schedule, select the desired schedule from the list displayed, and select the  icon. For more information on creating machine schedules, see Changing & Editing Schedules. 2. Create “Non-Production” Shifts […]

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