Fault Log Administration¶
The Fault Log app is used for tracking faults that occur on your units. There is no initial configuration required for the fault log app.
Fault types can be created on the fly as users log new faults so it is not necessary to configure fault types. However, if you want to manually add fault types, or add a description to existing fault types it can be done in the Fault types section of the admin.
On the Fault types listing page, you can add a new fault type by clicking the Add Fault Type button at the top right hand of the page, or edit an existing fault type by clicking the link in the Code column of the table.
The Fault Type fields are as follows:
- Code The fault type code or fault type number.
- Description A description that will be shown alongside the fault type when viewing fault details.
Typically you would edit faults using the Fault Log application, however, you may also edit or delete faults from the admin interface if you prefer.
Fault Review Groups¶
By adding one or more Fault Review Groups, the person logging the fault/interlock can select the people who were informed of the fault at the time the fault is logged. A fault logged with one or more reviewers selected will be considered reviewed and will not appear in the unreviewed fault list. Selecting a review user for a Fault Review Groups can either be required or optional.
For example if you add two Fault Review Groups, one for an Electronics group, and one for a Physics group:
then when a user is logging a new fault, the form will include a reviewers section at the bottom: