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number   of   data   fields   such   as   stock   number description, bulkroom   and   total   on-hand quantity,  on-order  quantity,  and  so  forth.  The same fields are stored on every record in the file. Only  the  actual  information  in  the  fields  is different for each record. The ROM system stores all  resale  operations  data  in  33  such  files. Printer  and  built-in  tape  drive—The  ROM system uses the printer for preparing numerous reports  for  recordskeeping  and  a  tape  drive  for backing  up  and  restoring  the  system.  Whenever an  option  to  print  a  report  is  made  by  a  ROM user,  a  warning  screen  will  display  a  warning signal for the user to turn on the printer and load paper into it before continuing. If this procedure is not followed, permanent file damage may result. Operating  the  ROM When the ROM system is initially turned on or  when  it  is  reset,  the  computer  will  check  for the most recent backup date. If a week has passed since the last backup was made, you will need to refer to the ROM system Terminal User’s Guide, appendix  E,  for  the  Zenith  Z-248  and  appendix G for the Honeywell AP system to accomplish a backup. If this is not done, the ROM system will not allow you access to the ROM Log On screen. Backups  should  be  done  daily.  If  no  backup  is required,   the   message   SYSTEM   INITIALIZA- TION IN PROGRESS will display on the screen. If  no  errors  are  discovered  during  the  system’s initialization,   the   ROM   Log   On   screen   will automatically  display.  If  an  error  is  discovered during the system’s initialization, you will not be allowed  access  to  the  ROM  Log  On  screen  until the  error  is  corrected.  The  backup  and  restore procedures  contained  in  appendix  E  for  the  Zenith Z-248  and  appendix  G  for  the  Honeywell  AP system will explain how to restore the data files and reenter data to the current date. To  gain  access  to  and  use  the  ROM  system, you  must  have  a  three-position  user  ID  and  a six-position  password.  The  system’s  administrator who is the ship’s store officer will assign this ID and password to you. You should be careful not to  divulge  this  information  to  anyone.  Once the  ROM  Log  On  screen  appears,  enter  your three-position user ID and six-position password. To  start  the  ROM  enter  1  for  the  selection  and depress  return.  If  your  ID  and  password  are  valid, the ROM master menu will be displayed indicating the  various  options  and  functions  of  the  ROM system.  You  may  continue  from  this  point  with the function that you are assigned access. If you are not assigned access to a particular function, you will not be allowed access to the function by the  ROM  system. ROM System Screens and Screen Information The   functions   of   ROM   are   processed   by selecting  and  entering  information  on  terminal screens. There are two basic types of screens, the menu screen and data display/data entry screen. The  menu  screen  displays  various  options  that  are available  to  you  to  select  for  ROM  functions  or subfunctions.   To   select   an   option   on   a   menu screen, you enter the appropriate option number and  depress  the  Enter/Return  key. A  data  display  screen  (fig.  1-1)  shows  the actual data that is already in the files. This data Figure 1-1.—Sample data display screen. 1-3

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