Kiosk Advanced Settings (V105)

Chapter 01

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Review of Kiosk Basic Settings
4:44

Quick preview of this course - Kiosk Advanced Settings

Chapter 02

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Ex. 1 Preview of Kiosk Advanced Settings
4:12

Quick Review of Kiosk Basic Settings course

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Ex. 2 Preview of Kiosk Advanced Settings
4:33

Chapter 03

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Locations and Depots
11:26

Activate and maintain the Location Availability Matrix to speed up kiosk job processing and reduce mistakes in daily operations. For each Depot/Location combination, define which kiosks are available. Quantities are shown relative to the location.

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Exercise 01
13:51

Depots, Locations and the Location Availability Matrix. Learn how to create Depots (branches), and Locations (warehouses). Discover how to associate Locations with Depots and thereby speed up the operation of the Kiosks and how to specify which Depot an order should be processed in.

Chapter 04

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Schemas
9:28

Learn about how to specify a list of prerequisites for processing a product in the kiosks, such as quality assurance or export paperwork.

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Ex.01 Create Goods In Kiosk Schema
19:01

Specify the data that users need to input when processing a product at the Goods In Kiosk, for instance, plants, and detail the actions to be taken if this data is omitted. Exceptions can also be defined. The required data is held in product pictures, user fields and attachments.

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Ex.02 Expand the product schema for Goods In Kiosk
4:16

Expand the schema established in Exercise 01 to detail the documentation that needs to be attached when processing the products (plants).

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Ex. 03 Defining an exception on a schema for a particular supplier category
5:44

Expand the schema established in Exercises 01 and 02 to detail the documentation that needs to be attached when processing the products (plants) for a supplier with a different supplier category (an exception)

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Ex.04 Allow the addition of a product picture in the schema
6:30

Allow Adding, Replacing and Deleting of product pictures in the Goods In Schema

Warehousing

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Warehousing
3:25

Warehousing can be defined as pinpointing the exact physical position of a product or batch. In this chapter, we look at how to define the warehouse layout.

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Ex.01 Turn on Warehousing for a Location
5:59

Discover how to establish the warehouse configuration in order to distinctly identify a storage position for products.

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Ex. 02 Choosing the warehouse position in the Goods In Kiosk
7:18

Discover various ways to choose the warehouse position for the product being stored.

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Ex.03 Choosing the warehouse position in the Dispatch Kiosk
8:47

During the dispatch process, select the specific storage location within the warehouse where a quantity of the product is physically housed.

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Ex.04 Using Export/Import utility to create Location Warehouse Structure
14:14

Learn how to speed up the process of creating the Location Warehouse Structure.

Work Centres

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Work Centres: Basic concepts
4:09

A work centre is where the work is to be performed during a Goods in Kiosk Job, a Dispatch Kiosk Job or a Production Kiosk Job e.g. Gates, Bays, Preparation Rooms or Production Lines. On an order specify where the work is to be performed eg Production Line 1.

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Ex.01 Create Work Centre and Set on an order
7:16

Learn how to Create a Dispatch Work Centre and specify the Depot it belongs to. Create a Sales Order and specify the Work Centre for this order.

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Ex.02 Work Centres in Action on Dispatch Kiosk
11:35
  • Start a new job using Work Centres option, Work Centre set on Order 
  • Starting a new job using New Job option, Work Centre has been set on the Order
  • Start a new job using Work Centres option, Work Centre is not set on Order 
  • Starting a new job using New Job option, Work Centre has not been set on the Order
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Work Centres: Default Location and Status
4:21

Default Location: When processing a kiosk job at the Work Centre products should be sourced/stored from/to this location. Associate work areas and storage areas.

Status: Reflect the physical reality of the work centre eg In Service, Cleaning. Maintenance. If Work Centres are Out of Service, jobs cannot be started on the work centres.

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Ex.03 Default Location on the Work Centre
5:37

Demonstrates the use of the Default Location with a Work Centre

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Ex.04 Status of the Work Centre (Out of Service)
3:57

Put a work centre Out of Service and back into service. What happens while the work centre is out of service?

Checkpoints

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Checkpoints
3:23

What is a checkpoint? and what are their uses? Limits which kiosks can be run on a physical device eg laptop in production.

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Ex.01 Create a Checkpoint
5:48

Create a Checkpoint and define which kiosks can run from it.

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Ex.02 Using the Checkpoint
6:22

Using Checkpoint Mode on the Herbst Insight 2 Self-Service Kiosks Standalone App which ties the device kiosks. It also leads to faster login and reduces mistakes.

Settings for Batch Products

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Settings for Batch Products
7:00

When batch management is active on a product, what are the rules for handling that product in jobs in the Goods In Kiosk, Production Kiosk Source, Production Kiosk Destination and Dispatch Kiosk?

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Ex.01 Processing batch product in Goods In Kiosk
16:41

Set the batch rules/requirements on Goods In Kiosk Schemas and Batch Management Group and see them in operation on a Goods In Kiosk job. 

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Ex.02 Processing batch product in Dispatch Kiosk
14:19

Set the batch rules/requirements on Dispatch Kiosk Schemas and Batch Management Group and see them in operation on a Dispatch Kiosk job. 

Adding Attachments and Pictures

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Adding Attachments and Pictures
1:47

Installing the Herbst RDA (Resource and Device Agent) to allow attachments and images to be uploaded to Kiosk Jobs. 

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Ex.01 Install and configure Herbst RDA
6:44

This application interacts with folders on your device so that you can add pictures and attachments to your kiosk jobs. Specify the source folder for pictures, and the source folder for Scanned Documents. It does not control cameras, scanners etc.

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Ex.02 How to add a picture to a Kiosk Job
5:11

Learn how to add a product picture during a Goods In Kiosk Job. On the schema picture adding/replacing is allowed.

Full Screen Mode

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Full Screen Mode
1:27

On the Herbst Insight 2 Self-Service (Standalone) App maximise the app to take over the entire screen

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Ex.01 Using Full Screen Mode
2:23

When on: the kiosk occupies the entire screen of your device.

When off: the kiosk can be reduced in size

Status of Kiosk Jobs

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Status of Kiosk Jobs
3:04

Tools for Management to view the status of Kiosk Jobs. Available in Herbst Insight 2 client or in the Kiosk itself

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Ex.01 Which Dispatch Jobs are Complete?
2:38

Learn how to determine which Dispatch Jobs have been completed and when they finished.

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Ex.02 Which Dispatch Jobs are In Progress?
2:05

Learn how to determine which Dispatch Jobs are in Progress

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Ex.03 Which Dispatch Jobs have been Deleted?
1:57

Learn how to determine which Dispatch Jobs were deleted

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Ex.04 Which Dispatch Kiosk Jobs are In Progress (On the Kiosk)?
1:35

Login to a Kiosk and determine the jobs in progress. They are limited to current depot.

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Ex.05 Which Sales Orders are being processed?
3:35

Learn how to determine which orders are currently being processed and if multiple orders were processed in the kiosk job

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Ex.06 Which orders are being processed
2:44

Login to a Kiosk and determine the orders in progress. They are limited to the current depot.

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Ex.07 Which Kiosk Jobs have failed?
2:09

Log in to a Kiosk and determine the jobs that failed finalisation. 

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Ex.08 Quick View all documents related to a Kiosk Job
3:43

From the Kiosk Jobs grid view, quick view all documents related to a kiosk job including the order. This will give you the full history of a job.

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Ex.09 Determine who started a Kiosk Job
1:35

If you need to know who started a kiosk job, then use the Initial user column on the Kiosk Jobs grid view.

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Ex. 10 What users worked on a Kiosk Job
2:16

If you need to know who worked on a kiosk job, use the 'All Users' column on the Kiosk Jobs grid view. * Indicates the user that started the job

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Ex.11 Work Centre Analysis
4:07

Which work centres are used the most? Which work centre is used the least? On which work centres are jobs deleted the most? 

Change Logs and Entries

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Change Logs and Entries
4:40

Learn about actions recorded when a job is being processed - audit trails. 

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Ex.01 Job Entries log on Goods In Kiosk
6:52

Learn how to access the Job Entries log, the most recent activities belonging to current user or other users. Who appended a quantity, who accepted a quantity, who rejected a quantity? Learn how to correct a mistake

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EX.02 Product Entries Item Log on Goods In Kiosk
3:11

Review the entries from a product point of view

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Ex.03 Job Change Logs in Goods In Kiosk
2:59

Learn how to review changes to Job information eg references, comments of a kiosk job

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Ex.04 Product Item Change Logs on the Goods In Kiosk
4:21

High-level item information is recorded in the product item change log. The information relates to changes to: location, UOM, order action and excluded flag. 

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