Are you having trouble locating a card or document within DocBoss that appears to be missing?
If you are unsure where a card is, try out the troubleshooting steps below.
Depending on what issue you’re facing, you can quickly toggle to the proper topic to get the answer to these problems:
- Cannot find card in Incoming Documents
- Cannot find card in Outgoing Submittals
- Cannot find card in Card List
- Card has incorrect document
Cannot find card in Incoming Documents
The Assign To area of Incoming Documents has several filtering options to make it easier for users to find the cards they need to assign documents to.
However, if the view options are not set in the way a user is expecting, they may not be able to see a card they are looking for.
- If Show Out of Workflow is disabled (button is gray), any cards for which DocBoss is not expecting a document brought in from the source the files were uploaded to will be hidden.
- If Show Merged is disabled, any cards that are part of a merged set will be hidden.
- If Show NULL Cards Only is enabled (button is blue), any cards not at status NULL will be hidden.
|Adjust the view options on the Assign To grid until the required card is visible.
If the required card is still not visible, see Cannot find card in Card List below.
Cannot find card in Outgoing Submittals
If a card is not in the Outgoing Submittals area, check the card’s Status (Combined) column on the Card List to see if it has any routings assigned or is already out with Customer/Internal/Sub-Supplier, and to confirm that the card’s status is not NULL (requires document) or Z (often for cards with Stage No Individual Submission).
If the card is a compilation or is not in the correct queue, see the steps below.
Compilation card not available for submittal
If a user is trying to submit a compilation (or compilation table of contents) for which not all required cards are complete, they must deselect the option to restrict submittals for incomplete compilations (under Tools in the Code List).
The compilation may also need to be (re)generated, or may not be linked correctly to the doc code. For more information, see Why isn’t my compilation showing in the outgoing submittals area?
Card not in correct queue
If card is in incorrect queue, and belongs in Customer, Internal, or Sub-Supplier queue, follow these instructions to update it. (Either select the Internal/Sub-Supplier queue, or uncheck option for those queues to default to stage target, which is usually the customer.)
If card needs to be in Ad-Hoc queue (tracked outside of its workflow), follow these instructions to add it.
Cannot find card in Card List
If a card is not visible in the Card List, try the options below to find it.
Check filters and view settings
If filters are applied, they will limit the cards shown on the card list. To remove filters, select Clear from the top right of the Card List screen.
Filters may be applied automatically if a filter set is selected for the grid.
The view options on the bottom left of the grid affect which cards are displayed. To view the most available cards, configure the view options as shown below:
|Sometimes the view options hide cards which a user would not expect to be hidden. For example, a card may have been marked as unrequired in error, and so would only be visible if Hide Unrequired Cards was unchecked.
Check Card to Unit Changes
If changes have been made to the Equipment List, DocBoss will move certain affected cards to the Card to Unit Changes screen to await processing by users. To access this screen, select Cards > Card to Unit Changes from the project menu. To move cards out of this area, see these instructions.
Check Obsolete Cards
To see if a user has accidentally set a card to Obsolete status, check the Obsolete Cards screen for the missing card (Cards > Obsolete Cards from the project menu). If a card has been set to Obsolete in error, follow these instructions to reattach the card (and if desired, its history) to an active card.
Card has incorrect document
If a card has a document that the user doesn’t expect, they can try the following options:
1) Check Obsolete Cards (see above) to see if there is a duplicate card which contains the correct document.
2) Check the card’s history (see these instructions) to view the history of files attached to the card. Depending on the situation, the user may choose to revert to an earlier file. Or, the history may show that the incorrect document was uploaded from the beginning, and the user will need to upload the correct document to the card.