The Master Tables page displays all the tables that are used by TrakIT. Master tables contain information applicable to the entire application, i.e. all work orders, workflows, entities and, users.
The Asset Master page allows the user to define the Asset Categories and the Asset Fields which is displayed under Asset management
The Container Types page displays the list of all the standard container types and their description.
Data Field Definitions
The Data Field Definitions page displays the list of all the data fields displayed in TrakIT which are not a part of any workflow. Currently, Depot fields, Entity fields, Item fields, and Users fields are displayed in the list.
Delay Tracking Type
The Delay Tracking Type page displays the list of all the tracking types where we can calculate the delay costs.
The Customer Groups page allows users to define specific groups in which entities belonging to the same organization can be grouped together.
The Events/Data page displays the master event/data used in a workflow along with default event/data codes. The 'Use Count' refers to the number of workflows in which this event/data field is used. The user may create new master events or data, modify existing events and data or delete unused events or data.
The KPI Definitions page displays the list of all KPIs defined in TrakIT along with their description. The 'Use Count' refers to the number of workflows in which this KPI is used.
The Message Templates page displays the list of all the templates in TrakIT along with their description. These templates can be used in setting up any sequence action under Workflow Definition.
The Shipment Type page displays information about the types of shipment along with the number of work orders with that particular shipment type.
The Warehouses page displays the lists of the various warehouses - their name, code, address, location and size, and whether a particular warehouse is active or not.
The Workflow Services page allows the user to define the master services to which events and data for workflow can be linked. The name, description, type of service (import, export, or round trip), and whether the service is a primary service or a secondary service. The user can create new services, modify existing services, or delete unused services.
* In all these tables, new fields can be added as and when required, and existing fields can be modified or deleted as required only by sysadmins.