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Exporting Data

ExportJoints Exporting Joint helps you export any number of Joint(s) from the system filtered by its Line/Tank, Sheet and Spool. Click “Import/Export” link  within Quick Links, an “Import/Export” window displayed with two tabs “Import” and “Export” and tab “Import” activated.

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Update joint Fitup Date

After Logging on to the system, click on the “Joints” Link from the Quick Links Menu. A “Joints” window will be opened where you will choose Line/Tank and Sheet No to which the Joint will be added. Joints displayed within

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Editing Joint Details

After Logging on to the system, click on the “Joints” Link from the Quick Links Menu. A “Joints” window will be opened where you will choose Line/Tank and Sheet No to which the Joint will be added. “Auto Complete” functionality

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Adding New Joint

After Logging on to the system, click on the “Joints” Link from the Quick Links Menu. A “Joints” window will be opened where you will choose Line/Tank and Sheet No to which the Joint will be added. “Auto Complete” functionality

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Adding and Modifying Joints

Joints are Part of Lines/Tanks; so first you should identify a Line and hence Area for this Line. Joint should be added to the correct line and should be numbered uniquely per each Sheet. You can add the Joint to

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Search Control

Welding Manager provides you with the ability to search for any kind of data within the system in a simple, efficient and fast way via Search Control. The Search Control is visible to you all the time which allows you

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Joints Search

You can search for any Joint by entering Joint No only or by entering Joint No and Sheet No only or by Joint No and Sheet No and entering Drawing No as well. You can write the whole Joint No

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