Map Tools

Verizon Connect® Response™ makes the following changes to the map screen tool bar:

Go To: Response adds a new search option to the Go To dialog that appears when you click on the Go To tool.  The drop-down list that lets you select what you are looking for is expanded to include Jobs as an option. When you select Jobs, the search string you enter can be all or part of the name of the job, job type, route name, or site name. Additional controls let you specify a date range. If you do not specify a date range, the search looks for current jobs (jobs on routes within 12 hours of the current time or unassigned jobs). If you specify a date range, the search looks for the locations of jobs within the specified date range. You must select a territory from the fleet selector before you can search for a job from the Go To dialog, and the search operation will include only jobs within that territory.

Fleets: Response adds a new section to the tree view that appears when you click on the Fleet selector to select a fleet to filter the map so that it shows only the vehicles in the selected fleet. In addition to hierarchy fleets (if you have support for the hierarchy) and non-hierarchy fleets, the fleet selector now includes territories. You must select a territory in order to see jobs on the map or make use of the Dynamic Response Suite list views.

Filter control: The syntax of map filters is enhanced to let you filter on job-related information:
 

In addition to vehicles and drivers, you can filter on jobs. That is, the qualifier for a filter can be "job", analogous to the use of "vehicle" or driver". Filter qualifiers can be compound entities involving jobs, such as "job.driver.name:John"
The property of a filter can now be one of "route" (the name of a route scheduled for a job), "wrongorder" (used without a filter string to match jobs that were serviced in the wrong order), or "offroute" (used without a filter string to match jobs where the driver has gone off route when trying to reach a job.)