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WebFOMS Group Alert Monitors

Note: The following descriptions represent the typical access and privileges afforded to users designated as Dispatch Managers/Supervisors. Users with dispatcher privileges will have limited access to a subset of the screens presented.

For an overview of the WebFOMS features see the Aircraft Characteristics screen. The features described there can be applied to all screens.

Edit

For instructions on how to make modifications on the WebFOMS screens, see Modify, View Aircraft Characteristics. It uses the Aircraft Characteristics as an example but can be applied to all WebFOMS screens.

Screen

Screen is the default view when you first go to a WebFOMS screen. When Screen is selected you can view all records that exist in the system.  Select the arrow in the first field of the WebFOMS screen to access the drop-down menu to view the list of available records.

Only items that exist in the database are shown in the drop-down list.

FOMS Screen 468 (Group Alert Monitor Program) is a new program that allows the user to add stations to the Weather Alert Monitor list. This allows the user to monitor added stations, even if they are not associated with a flight.

Fields

Use this mode to set up a list of stations to be monitored.

Group Name: Enter the name that you wish to assign to this group. Alerts generated for specified stations will be sent to users logged into NFP who are members of this group.

ALC: Enter the airline code associated with the alert profile specifying the weather alerting conditions you wish to have applied to this group.

ICAO/Type: In the table, indicate the ICAO Identifier (IATA Codes may be entered - they will be converted) and Airport Usage Type for each station that you want to be included in the Group. The <?> Search function may be used to select these entries. You may escape from the table to a field.

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