Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of UserGuidelines/Requests


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03/28/11 04:22:45 (11 years ago)
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Michael Howden
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  • UserGuidelines/Requests

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    22= User Guidelines - Requests =
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     4Thee Request Application in Sahana Eden can be used for managing requests for Items, Assets and Human Resources.
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     6== Features ==
    47=== Requests ===
    5 This allows warehouses to make requests and track how these requests are be met by different criteria:
     8Requests can be made from any Site (Office, Warehouse, Hospital, Shelter, eg). Requests may include the following types of resources:
     9 * Items (Consumables, eg. Food, Medical Supplies)
     10 * Asset (''Coming soon'')
     11 * Human Resources (''Coming soon'')
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     13==== Request Status ====
    714==== Commit ====
    8 This represents the commitments which have been to meet this request. This is simply a promise or a pledge from another warehouse and does not represent a physical movement of items.
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     15This represents the commitments which have been to meet this request. This is simply a promise or a pledge and does not represent any action to meet the request.
    1016==== Transit ====
    11 This represents items which have been sent (but have not yet arrived) to meet the request.
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     17This represents that resource have been sent (but have not yet arrived) to meet the request.
    1318==== Fulfil ====
    14 This represents the items which have arrived in the warehouse which meet the request. Once all of the items in a request have been fulfilled, it can be considered to be closed.
     19This represents that resource have arrived which meet the request. Once all of the resources in a request have been fulfilled, it can be considered to be closed.
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    1621=== Commit ===
    17 This allows the warehouse to commit to meet requested items, and track existing commitments. Shipments of items to send can automatically be generated from commitments.
     22This allows sites to commit to meet request and track existing commitments.
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     24Shipments of items to send can automatically be generated from commitments.
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    1926== Also See ==