In Direct mode, user can create 2 types request as 'New Concept' or 'Change or Retire Concept'. A difference with Simple form would be the Edit Panel in the left hand side, and it requires the user to have knowledge of the system to be able to use it. New request will be added into the My Request list in status Draft or New after user saved or submitted request.
Panels In Direct Mode
There are 4 panels in Direct mode, started from left to right:
Edit Mode Switcher (1), on this panel there are 2 buttons which are used to switch between Simple and Direct mode. If there is any change is made from Direct mode, the switcher will be disable and user cannot view request details in Simple mode. However, if there is any change in Simple mode, user can view them in Direct mode.
Left Panel (2), there are 4 tabs in left panel, , , and .
Taxonomy tab allows user to browse concepts in tree view
Search tab allows user to look for their desire concept quickly with suggestions (start showing suggestions after typing 3 characters)
Saved List tab shows saved concepts from Search tab. User can drag & drop concepts from Saved List to Edit Panel (4)
Request Info tab shows request statistics and corresponding buttons for each request status
Remove a concept description or relationship
Middle Panel (3) allows you to enter further information for a request
Edit Panel (4) where you provide values for concept's attributes such as synonyms, prefer term, relationships. Below are command buttons in
button to provide change details for a concept
Revert all changes
Remove concept from Edit Panel
Activate or Inactivate a concept
Drag & Drop button
Activate or Inactivate a description or a relationship
Add a new concept description or relationship
Figure 2 - Panels in Direct Mode
Getting Started - Create Request
From CRS Dashboard (Figure 1), click on Create New Request (1), select Direct (2) from Input Mode
Figure 1 - Select Direct Mode
To create a new concept request by using direct mode, from CRS Dashboard (Figure 1) click on Create New Request (1), select Direct from Input Mode (2) drop-down list, select New Concept from Request Type (3) drop-down list, and click on Create Request (4) button to go to request details editor.
Figure 3 - Select New Concept in Direct Mode
Add New Description
Clickbutton which is on each description row to add a new row of description
Notes:FSN/DEF/SYN are Fully Specified Name (FSN) , Definition (DEF), and Synonym (SYN)<locale>: P/A are the locale 2-digit code (us for USA, gb for Great Britain), and Preferred/Acceptable terms, abbreviated as P and A respectively
So in the above examples:
The first row indicates that the Fully Specified Name is the preferred term in both US and GB dialects of English
The second row indicates a Definition that is the preferred term in both US and GB dialects of English
The third row indicates a Synonym that is an accepted term in both US And GB dialects of English
Figure 4 - Add New Synonym
Add New Relationship
Clickbutton which is on each relationship row to add new relationship.
Click on Relationship Type field (1) to select item , and then Drag and drop a concept from the left panel (2) to the destination concept (3). if you don't want to drag & drop, then you can type in the target concept textbox, CRS will suggest corresponding concept (4) for your keyword.
Figure 5 - Add New Relationship
Change or Retire Concept
To create a new request for Change or Retire Concept by using Direct mode, from CRS Dashboard (Figure 1) click on Create New Request (1), select Direct from Input Mode (2) drop-down list, select Change or Retire Concept from Request Type (3) drop-down list, and click on Create Request (4) button to go to request details editor.
Drag & drop a concept from Left Panel (1) to the Edit Panel area (2) to load concept's details (3) .
Figure 6 - Compose a Change or Retire Concept in Direct mode
Figure 7 - Drag & Drop Concept to Edit Panel
Inactivate a Description
Click onbutton (1) of the description which you want to retire, there will be a modal dialog displayed, select a New Description Status (2) option then click Select (3)
Figure 8 - Retire a Description
Figure 18 - Retired Description With Indicator
Inactivate a Concept
Click onbutton (1) to show the modal dialog (2) to populate relevant information, and then click on Select (3) button to retire concept.
Figure 19 - Retire concept