This article’s intended audience are warehouse managers and district level administrative users.
Containers are created and managed in warehouses for the purpose of storing and transferring untagged assets. They are in rooms and have their own unique identifier and description.
All items within the container share the same status as the container itself (includes “Available”, “Auctioned”, “Disposed”, “In Repair”, and more)
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|Adds a container to this site.
|When selected, allows a user to search for and view containers marked as received.
|Located at the top of the "Containers" grid, allows a user to search for a specific product using the "Container Number", "Container Description", "Container Type", "Status", "Location", and "Container Inventory" search fields.
|Edit is located on each container's row and is the process by which a warehouse manager may edit the respective container's details.
Action icons are located on each container’s row allowing for further action on each container individually
The "Details" tab displays each container's information as entered by the warehouse manager.
|A unique alpha and/or numeric container identifier (up to 13 alpha/numeric characters).
|The name of the container.
|General categories used to label different types of containers within a warehouse (such as: pallet, plastic bin, cardboard box, cargo container, etc...). The container types are defined in the “Container Types” table accessible from the "Management" links within the warehouse site.
|Indicates the state or condition of the container (all items within the container will also have the same status).
|Displays any warehouse created notes.
|A true or false field indicating if the container has been received by another site due to a warehouse to site transfer.
|An alpha and/or numeric room number which corresponds with the warehouse's floor plan (maximum is 13 alpha/numeric characters).
|Displays warehouse entered weight of the container.
|Displays warehouse entered dollar amount of the container's contents.
The "Inventory" tab within the container details (click any container to view) displays the product's inventory count for the site by location.
|A field displaying "Tagged" or "Untagged" to categorize the products with tags or products only tracked by quantity.
|Displays the unique identifier for tagged assets (if the product's "Inventory Type" is "Untagged", then this field remains blank).
|An auto generated field; however, the district level administrative user has the option to enter their own product number.
|Name of the product.
|Description of the different types or groups of hardware products (such as laptop, calculator, printer, cell phone, etc...).
|Displays the number of tags plus the quantity of untagged items within the container.
Action icons are located on each product’s row allowing for further action on each container individually
Containers Inventory History
The "Inventory History" tab within the container details (click any container to view) displays the container's inventory history log.
|The date of the event shown for this entry in the log.
|The name of the user who took the action.
|Indicates whether inventory was initialized or removed from the container during the event.
|The product which was edited during the event.
|Number of assets added or removed.
|Number of remaining assets after an event.
|Indicates whether the inventory was "Tagged" or "Untagged".
|Displays the unique identifier for tagged assets (if the product's “Inventory Type” is “Untagged”, then this field will remain blank)