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Adding Features to a Button

1.       Click Configured Items.

2.       In the Navigation pane, click Set Management > Configured Sets.

3.       Depending on the amount of records you have within your database, the list may not readily populate. To populate the list, perform one of the following actions:

·         Within the search box, type any portion of the record and then click the magnifying glass.

·         Click the Show All button.

4.   The Configured Sets list opens, displaying all existing sets. Double-click the set to modify.

The Set Management window opens.

5.   There are two sections within the Buttons Properties pane, the left section displays a list of the buttons associated with the set, and this includes all buttons types. The right section displays the information associated with the highlighted button.

6.   Within the left-hand section, highlight the button to add a feature onto, within the right-hand section a list of links displays, click the Add Feature link.

7.   Within the right-hand section, the Features field displays. Double-click the field to open the Switch Features window, within the window the following columns of information define the characteristics of the feature, the information is Read Only:

·          Select – a checkmark in the column indicates that you are adding the feature to the set

! Your cairs.net administrator or switch technician defines the characteristics from each feature available for each switch.

·         Feature Name – displays the common feature name.

·         Manufacturer Feature Name – displays the code used within the switch environment.

·         Switch Type – displays the switch name

·         Category – displays the category assigned to the feature

·         Add Feature Code – displays the information sent to the switch when this feature is added to a set.

·         Delete Feature Code – displays the information sent to the switch when the feature is deleted from a set.

·         Hybrid Digital – (EWSD only) a checkmark is field indicates that this feature is a hybrid digital

·         Add Sort Order –this field displays an add position for the feature.

·         Delete Sort Order –this field displays the delete position for the feature.

8.   Within the Select column, click the box to insert a checkmark to add the feature to the set.

9.   If you do not readily find your feature, you can search for a feature by typing in the name or portion of the name within the Search Parameter field and then clicking the magnifying glass.

10. Once the feature displays, click in the select column to insert a checkmark. Click the Ok button to close the Switch Features window. The Add Features Prompts pop-up opens. Within the pop-up, complete any required values, if necessary.

! Save Values as Defaults – The Save Values as Defaults checkbox is designed to make the process of adding a feature to a phone easier. Often time, the values that you complete are the same for each feature that you add to a set. When you place a checkmark in the box, cairs.net saves the values for all fields, so the next time you add a feature the values populate automatically.

! Alternatively, you can have a little more control and use the button. When you click the button, the fields that are completed save as your default, so the next time the field is in the list, the values populate automatically. Any field that is left blank, are defaulted to blank and require the user to enter in the information.

11. Within the Add Feature Prompts pop-up, click the Continue button to finish adding the feature or click the Cancel button.

      The feature name populates in the field and on the button within the Device Properties pane.

12. Within the Actions ribbon group, click Save (to save and stay) to continue working with this set, or click Save & Close (to save and exit) to return to the Set Management list.

13. Although you have added the feature to the set and saved it within your database, you have not created the appearance within the switch. To do so, click the Go button within the Run Time ribbon group.

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Deleting a Feature From a Button

1.       Click Configured Items.

2.       In the Navigation pane, click Set Management > Configured Sets.

3.       Depending on the amount of records you have within your database, the list may not readily populate. To populate the list, perform one of the following actions:

·         Within the search box, type any portion of the record and then click the magnifying glass.

·         Click the Show All button.

4.   The Configured Sets list opens, displaying all existing sets. Double-click the set to modify.

The Set Management window opens.

5.   Within the Buttons Properties windows, select the button to delete.

6.   Within the bottom portion of the pane, click the Delete Button link.

7.   A message box displays verifying that you really want to delete the information from the button. Click Yes within the box to continue or No to cancel the operation.

8.   The Delete Feature Prompts pop-up opens, within the pop-up, complete any required values, if necessary. Click the Continue button to finish deleting the feature or click the Cancel button.

! Save Values as Defaults – The Save Values as Defaults checkbox is designed to make the process of adding a feature to a phone easier. Often time, the values that you complete are the same for each feature that you add to a set. When you place a checkmark in the box, cairs.net saves the values for all fields, so the next time you add a feature the values populate automatically.

Alternatively, you can have a little more control and use the button. When you click the button, the fields that are completed save as your default, so the next time the field is in the list, the values populate automatically. Any field that is left blank, are defaulted to blank and require the user to enter in the information.

9.   Although you have deleted the appearance off the set and saved it within your database, you have not deleted the appearance within the switch. To do so, click the Go button within the Run Time ribbon group.

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