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 ====== Upcoming Maintenance ====== ====== Upcoming Maintenance ======
  
-Upcoming ​maintenance table contains ​list of service works set for a unitand status of their execution. A table may include the following columns:+The upcoming ​maintenance table contains ​the list of service works set for a unit and the status of their execution. A table may include the following columns:
  
-  * **Service interval**: a name of a service ​work indicated on the 'Service Intervals' ​tab of unit properties dialog in the 'Service name' ​field. The work should be repeatedly done in a particular interval ​which is also indicated ​on the 'Service Intervals' ​tab. +  * **Service interval** ​— the name of the scheduled maintenance ​work indicated on the //Service Intervals// tab of the unit properties dialog in the //Service name// field. The work should be repeated throughout ​a particular interval indicated ​in the //Service Intervals// tab. 
-  * **State**: an overall state of service work execution. In other words, it corresponds to the left or exceeded ​interval of mileage, engine hours, and days.  +  * **State** ​— the overall state of the execution of the service work. In other words, it is the remaining ​or expired ​interval of mileage, engine hours, and days.  
-  * **State by mileage**: left or expired mileage interval. +  * **State by mileage** ​— the remaining ​or expired mileage interval. 
-  * **State by engine hours**: left or expired engine hours interval+  * **State by engine hours** ​— the interval of the remaining ​or expired engine hours. 
-  * **State by days**: left or expired days interval+  * **State by days** ​— the interval of the remaining ​or expired days. 
-  * **Description**information taken from the corresponding field on the 'Service Intervals' ​tab. +  * **Description** ​— the information taken from the corresponding field on the //Service Intervals// tab. 
-  * **Frequency**: an interval (mileage, engine hours, or days) showing ​how often a vehicle maintenance should be executed+  * **Frequency** ​— the interval (mileage, engine hours, or days) that shows how often a vehicle maintenance should be performed
-  * **Notes**an empty column for your custom comments.+  * **Notes** ​— an empty column for your custom comments.
  
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-:!: Note that there is no need in indicating ​time interval for the 'Upcoming maintenance' ​report generation, because this table provides you with the information on all the indicated service works regardless ​to the time period.+:!: Note that there is no need to indicate the time interval for the //Upcoming maintenance// report generation, because this table provides you with the information on all the indicated service works regardless ​of the time period.
  
-Moreover, an individual parameters of [[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​tables/​parameters#​grouping|grouping]] (without any connection to time intervals) are used in the 'Upcoming maintenance' ​table. ​Data can be grouped on the basis of state (planned/​expired maintenance),​ service interval, or unit (for reports on unit groups).+Moreover, an individual parameters of [[user/​reports/​templ/​contents/​tables/​parameters#​grouping|grouping]] (without any connection to the time intervals) are used in the //Upcoming maintenance// table. ​The data can be grouped on the basis of the state (planned/​expired maintenance),​ service interval, or unit (for reports on unit groups).
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