The exhibitions are organized via Tasks. For a introduction see a short tutorial . DiversityCollection provides a predefined template if you want to organize exhibitions in your collection. You can provide floor plans for your collection and pinpoint the locations for your exhibition. To edit exhibitions choose Administration - Collection tasks - Exhibitions ... from the menu. A window as shown below will open.
To add a new exhibition click on the button in the lower left, to remove resp. edit a selected exhibition use the resp. button. To send any feedback concerning exhibitions and this form, click on the button (see above).
To set the responsible for actions within the exhibition resp. collection tasks, click on the button and select the User responsilbe for new tasks option (see below).
To add an exhibition click on the button in the lower left. A window as shown below will open.
You may enter the start and end of the exhibition. Next you will be asked for the title of the exhibition (see below).
Next you have to select a location within the collection where the exhibition will be placed (see below).
Now the new exhibition will be shown in the list (see below).
To edit a selected exhibition use the button. A window as shown below will open, where you can edit the details of the exhibition. For further information see chapter Collection task.
If you want to delete an exhibition use the button. You will be asked before the exhibition and all it depending entries will be removed from the database (see below).
To add parts to an exhibition, click on the button for the parts. A window as shown below will open, where you can set the begin and / or end of the transfer into the exhibition.
Next you have to select a location within the collection where the part will be placed (see below).
A window for selecting the parts will open (see below)
If the list contains more than 1 specimen you will be asked if you want to insert all specimens in the list. You may choose to expand the inserted specimen from only the selected to the whole list (see below).
If there the list contains parts that are placed within the selected collection, the program will inform you that these parts will not be inserted in the exhibition as they are already there.
The new parts will than be inserted into the exhibition. Select a part in the list to see the details (see below). For more details, click on the button.
As soon as there are parts available the Collections will be listed in the upper right. Select the first empty line to show all parts transferred into the exhibition. If you select a collection, the displayed parts will be restricted to this restricted. If there are parts with their primiary location in the selected collection these will be listed directly below the collections (see below).
To see the plan of a collection, click on the button (see below). For more details see chapter Collection.