LSM Job List Icons - What do they mean? - LabCollector

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In the following knowledge base article, we break down the meaning behind each icon found within the job list page inside the LSM add-on (Lab Service Manager), providing a simple and practical explanation for users of all levels.

Let’s dive into the LSM job list icons, explore the essential functions and statuses represented by each one of them.

Sumarry:

  1. Workflow/Process related icons
  2. Job List related icons

1. Workflow/Process related icons

Icon Meaning
Requested/Quoted Job: This icon signifies a job that has been requested but has not yet started.
Requested Test: This icon indicates that a test has been requested but has not yet begun. It helps highlight pending test requests, allowing users to identify and prioritize the ones awaiting initiation.
Requested Sample: This icon signifies a sample that has been requested for testing but has not yet been processed.
Pending Job: This icon marks a job that is pending and awaiting further action.
Assigned Test: This icon represents a test that has been assigned and is currently pending.
Assigned Sample: This icon represents a sample that has been assigned for testing.
Job in progress (Started): This indicates that a job is currently being worked on.
Test in progress: It represents a test that has already started.
Sample in progress: It represents a sample that is currently being processed.
Completed Job: The completion icon signifies that a job has been successfully executed, but still awaiting validation. Users can easily identify tasks that have reached the endpoint of their workflow.
Completed Test: This icon signifies that a test has been successfully completed, but still awaiting validation.
Completed Sample: This icon indicates that a sample has undergone the necessary testing procedures and is now marked as completed, but still awaiting validation.
Finished Job: This icon indicates that a job has been successfully completed and validated.
Approved Test: It represents a test that has been completed and approved.
Approved Sample: It represents a sample that has been completed and approved.
This icon indicates that the job has been restarted because it was rejected by the validator.
This indicates that the test has been validated at least once.
This icon designates a sample that has undergone Quality Assurance/Quality Control (QA/QC) marking, meaning that it has passed the required quality checks.
It indicates that a sample is currently in a temporary state of suspension (on hold), often due to specific conditions or pending further evaluation.
This icon represents a sample that is marked as “Free” and is excluded from the invoicing process. It indicates that the associated sample will not incur charges.
This icon appears when you group your results by Batch-Test-Sample.

 

 

2. Job List related icons

Icon Meaning
This icon indicates that additional features or settings related to an individual job are available. Clicking on this icon reveals a menu with options to customize or manage specific aspects of the job.
This feature allows users to set the limit for the number of rows displayed on a single page.
Users can create barcodes for multiple samples simultaneously.
The export option enables users to generate a CSV file containing selected job lists or all jobs. The exported data is in standard format, requiring users to delimit values into separate columns as needed.
This option allows users to navigate to a specific page within the job list, facilitating quick access.
The filter icon provides users with the ability to filter jobs, samples, batches, and more using various filters or custom search combinations.
This option facilitates searching for specific job numbers, IDs, names, tests, or samples within the job list. Users can quickly locate and access relevant information.
Go back to the first page.
Go back to the previous page.
Go to the next page.
Go to the last page.
Users can select jobs using checkboxes to perform specific actions such as export on multiple jobs simultaneously.

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