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This is an optional feature and will only be available if it has been licensed in the key file.
The Batch Schedule screen will be displayed:
The ‘Add’, ‘Edit’ and ‘Delete’ buttons will only be displayed if the user has the correct access privileges.
Tip: If your batching has been configured as Pipeline Batching then you will need to enable Active Batching in the Batch Preferences screen before you can edit the batch schedule.
The Batch Details screen will be displayed:
|The ‘Batch No’ field will sequentially increment from the previous batch number and serves as a unique reference to identify the batch. The batch numbering may not be sequential as it will reflect the batch sequence in the flow computer. This field is not editable.
|This is the expected date that the batch will run. The ‘Date’ field will default to the current date. Edit the field by selecting day, month and year from the dropdown menu.
|This is your reference for the batch. This field is mandatory.
|This is the name of the Consignee that will receive the batch.
|This menu will reflect the products in the flow computer. The products can be configured in the Batch Preferences screen.
|This is the name of the tank where the product is coming from. The tank field is optional and can be turned off in the Batch Preferences screen.
|Enter the expected size of the batch. This field will be used to determine the duration of the batch and how often to issue commands to the sampler. This field is mandatory.
|The status will default to “Pending”. This field is not editable.
|This is an optional note field.
|This is the email address that the batch reports should be sent to.
|Email Batch Reports to this address
|Ticking this checkbox will allow all batch reports to be emailed once the batch has been completed.
Additional fields will be required for ship loading systems:
|Enter the name of the ship that will receive the batch.
|Enter the name of the master of the ship.
|Enter the final destination of the ship.
|Enter the flag that the ship sails under.
The batch will be added to the end of the batch schedule:
Repeat steps 2 to 5 to add as many batches as required.
Note: When running ship loading, the batches must be started manually. See the ‘Starting a Batch’ section for more details. Pipeline batching is continuous and will start the next batch automatically when the previous batch is ended.