Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Event/2012/GSoC/MessageParsing/DemoGuidelines

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  • Event/2012/GSoC/MessageParsing/DemoGuidelines

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     1== Demo Guidelines ==
     2[[ TOC ]]
     4You can follow these simple steps to test the features that have been built during this project. \\
     6== Testing Incident Reporting(IRS) ==
     7Here, you can use the ''' Sahana Android Client ''' for creating Incident reports. Just follow the steps below: \\
     91.Register on the demo website at . \\
     102.Update your contact details by going to '''Person Registry''' and saving your mobile phone number.\\
     113.Now, open the '''Sahana Android app''' and tap on '''Incident Report'''.\\
     124.Enter the number '''+12243658597''' in the '''To''' input box and the message in the '''compose''' input box.\\
     135.Now, the message should be in the following format:\\
     14'''<category> <name_of_incident>''' \\
     156.In case you are not able to send the message through the Android Client, you can also copy the URL from here as shown below and the message would like:\\
     16<URL> <category_of_incident> <name_of_incident>\\
     18URL =><lat>,<lon>&GeoSMS=SI                  (Enter lat , lon of your choice)\\
     207.You will receive a confirmation message stating the status of the message request.\\
     218.Go to and open the incident report.\\
     229.Assign a staff to the report (most preferably yourself) under the '''Responder(s)''' tab.\\
     2310.Go to the '''Dispatch''' tab and send the deployment request.\\
     2411.Reply to the message in the expected format:\\
     25SI#<report_id> <Response(Yes/No)> <Comments>         e.g. SI#1 Yes These are my comments.\\
     2612.The response will be logged in the report.\\
     30In case of any discrepancy or for further details , you may refer to the User Guidelines [wiki:MessageParsingUserGuidelines]