What are the attributes of interventions used for ?
The intervention attributes are used to characterize your interventions.
What is an intervention attribute ?
An intervention attribute is data that can be of all types (numbers, texts, coordinates).
Each intervention can therefore be characterized by one or several attributes.
By default, Ermeo defines several intervention attributes for each intervention. These attributes are :
- The form associated with the intervention
- The main asset used during the intervention
- the user performing the intervention
- the start date of intervention
- the end of intervention date
- If the intervention has been planned, then the planning start and end dates are also attributes.
- To these attributes are added the attributes that you define for your interventions.
In practice, how to characterize my intervention with attributes ?
Context : The supervisor wants to geolocate an intervention. To do this, we will have to create an intervention attribute of type Location.
1. Go to the Interventions section
2. Click on the toothed wheel then click on "Attributes"
3. Click on "Create an attribute".
3.1 Fill in the Name field with the word "Geoloc".
3.2 Choose "Location" for the attribute type.
3.3 Click on Validate.
We are now going to associate the created attribute with a manually planned intervention.
4. Return to the Interventions tab, and click on Plan an intervention.
5. Fill in the data for your intervention.
6. In the attributes, for the "GeoLoc" box, enter coordinates.
7. On the application, the intervention is now geolocated.
To go further
- It is also possible to associate attributes in bulk with interventions, using an import of interventions.
- Using intervention imports, you can characterize several interventions using the attributes.
- Intervention attributes are also useful for optimizing the use of consultation rules.