Welcome to your overview of User Defined Tables or UDTs as we refer to them.
What Are UDTs?
UDTs are RAMM database tables which you have defined yourself so that you can use RAMM to manage your asset and condition data which are not in the standard RAMM Set.
What Will These Videos Tell Me?
The following eight videos introduce you to the concept of User Defined Tables and how you might use them. They give a quick idea of how to add one. They explain how UDTs work in Pocket RAMM and how you can add UDT assets in RAMM GIS and RAMM Detail. There is an explanation of the Staff Permissions you need for the UDTs themselves and their assets. You will learn about Private UDTs. Finally there is an overview of adding more complex UDTs to manage parks, reserves and open spaces and why you will want to add a Road for financial and other reporting purposes.
This introductory video gives a brief introduction to the concept of User Defined Tables and how you might use them. This should be the first UDT video that you watch.
An Introduction to User Defined Tables (3:55)
This introductory video gives a brief overview of adding a UDT. You would want to watch the extensive detailed videos explaining each step before you added a UDT.
An Overview Of Adding UDTs (3:52)
Here are the details of how UDTs function in Pocket RAMM including Online, Offline and synchronisation settings.
UDTs and Pocket RAMM (8:07)
Once you have added your UDT you will want to add UDT asset records. You do this in RAMM GIS and RAMM Detail.
Adding UDT Assets In RAMM GIS (5:07)
Here is an explanation of the Staff Permissions needed to create UTDs and to add, update and delete UDT assets.
UDTs and Staff Permissions (4:00)
Private UDTs were created for Contractors to manage their own data which is not specified in the contract.
Understanding Private UDTs (4:52)
This introductory video gives an overview of adding a complex UDT such as a park. But watch the other videos before adding one.
Adding a Park, Reserve or Open Space UDT (3:24)
This video explains why you need a Road for your park, reserve or open space for financial and other reporting.
Adding a Park, Reserve or Open Space Road (6:57)