This part is for workers (workers)
The following procedures applied to workers and its a workflow to follow globally for that role, make sure you read all. Thanks.
This manual is aimed at basic use by engravers/verifiers, in this first version.
I will try to guide you through the process of using the program.
Try to read the entire manual, to avoid difficulties in using the program at some point.
The first step you must take is to access Registration
click on the link if you want to register as a user and be able to access the system or choose the option in the menu in the upper right corner.
You have to fill in all the fields that appear there.
- username you choose to log in later
- password. Try to choose a password that includes letters, numbers and some symbol such as point, comma, slash... no less than 10 characters.
- Dropdown with 'Developer' (developer) 'Monitor' (monitor), 'Worker' (recorder/verifier).
- We will choose Worker, to be able to record and verify campaigns.
Recording and Verification.
After registering and activating your user and before starting the recording process, get in touch with your monitor so that it assigns you as a recorder in the project already created and ready to work on it.
If you are a worker or monitor, you can work as a recorder or verifier in the project, after completing the previous step.
Login in the browser, we can access from Menu >> Login
Once this is done, display the menu in the upper right corner of the page
Choose the Data Entry option to save and Data Verify to save and verify respectively.
We cannot verify if prior to this we did not record information in the program or project database, that is, we must save the entire project and then verify it.
The project is divided into batches that each user must record or verify exclusively. It is safer than a single user take charge of your assigned batches to avoid problems. The same applies to verification. The allocation of lots will be done speaking directly and organizing the work among the group of engravers coordinated by the monitor.
We must choose a project and a batch in the Data Entry and Data Verify options before working with them
Once in the recording/verification screen we can make use of several keys assigned to different tasks that we can consult by positioning the mouse in the circle that is on the box with the fields on the right side of the screen or recording area.
If the program throws many errors and/or messages in the recording/verification process, we can close the windows that appear with errors pressing the [esc] key several times, clearing the area of the screen corresponding to said messages.
Like [esc] there are many more keys available and useful in the recording process. Consult them in the help of said screen as commented above.
The RESET button on the recording screen clears the content of the current record, PREV accesses the previous record and NEXT accesses the next record as long as the registration is correct and the data is correctly entered. Otherwise, errors will appear without allowing progress.
If the recording is with an image and the OCR/BARCODE option was applied, the program will have filled in the fields with OCR or BARCODE depending on the recognition. The job of the recorder or verifier is to modify and correct the recognized data and fill in the empty fields that remain to be filled.
Once we have filled in all the records of the batch by recording or verifying, an end of batch message will appear.
There are image management controls (enlarge, reduce, etc...) by means of the mouse if the recording is with an image
At this point, we can consult the recording statistics to see our performance in the project.
The statistics can be consulted from the menu in the upper right corner by clicking on STATS. Its use is trivial, the options of the corresponding window are chosen, the CHART button is clicked and they will appear the corresponding statistics. Nothing more to add for the recorder/verifier role. Only that you can change the password from the menu on the top right.