Here are the some tips for using OnRamp:
You can synchronize an OnRamp environment to use the same passwords that your users use in Active Directory. For more information, see Sync with Active Directory.
The online help consists of:
The home page
The main library, with links to frequently used OnRamp procedures
Module libraries, consisting of links to main topics for each module
Module topic keystones, consisting of links to module related topics. These take the form of:
- Concept - concept topics are used to explain why and how to use a screen, report, or how to apply a concept. They also inform you of setup steps to use a module and where module items can be found.
- Reference - reference topics are used to relay information related to a screen, field, dashboard, or other item in OnRamp.
- Procedures - procedure topics are used to detail the steps required to complete an action in OnRamp.
Most labeling and wording conventions will be standard throughout the help. For example, topics with ' Manage' in the title are procedures that detail the steps for all the actions (Add, Edit, Copy, Delete) you can take for an item on that screen.
The search function features a filter and uses the standard search methods for most search functions on the internet, including:
|All words (any order)||Enter single words||sales order||Finds topics containing both sales and order, in any order.|
|An exact phrase||Enter phrases in quotes ""||"sales order"||Finds topics containing the phrase sales order.|
|One term or another||
use the command OR
or the symbol |
|sales | purchase||Finds topics that contain either sales or purchase.|
Both one term and another
Note: You don't need to specifically include the and operator, since separated words are treated like and by default
|use the command AND
the symbol &
or the symbol +
|"sales order" + "ship"||Finds topics containing both sales order and ship in any order.|
|Topics excluding a particular term||use the command NOT
the symbol !
or the symbol ^
|sales ! order||Finds topics that contain sales but not order.|
|Combinations of the above||Enter the items within parenthesis ()||(sales or purchase) and order||Finds topics containing either sales order or purchase order.|