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== Exercises  ==
 
== Exercises  ==

Revision as of 09:52, 11 January 2010

{{#customtitle:Learning guide 02 - Download your customer folders|GCP0-1-DownloadingFolders}}In this learning guide, you will learn how to locate and download in read only mode a customer folder from the NCPDB.

Note Note: The data you have access to in the NCPDB may not be the same shown in the screenshots. However, the steps to carry each operation will be the same.

Webcast

Retrieving a customer folder from NCPDB

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Exercises

Exercise 01 - Search for customer folders

The initial screen will show you your conservation plans. Select “Palm Beach County” and click on “Go Search”.


CNMP Planning

This will bring the list of Conservation folders available for your user in Palm Beach County.


CNMP Planning

The conservation plans shown on the left panel are obtained directly from NRCS Servers. The status bar on the lower side of the screen informs you of the status of your operations.

Exercise 02 - Download a customer folder in read only mode

Move over to the left panel and click on the “Geoagro----test_001” customer folder to select it. Click on “Read Only Copy” to download a read-only copy.
Uploading

You'll notice the folder you downloaded is now shown on the right panel, which contains the customer folders that are available locally (in your computer). The pink colour means it's in read-only mode.


Exercise 03 - Open your customer folder

On the right panel, click on the downloaded folder to select it and click on “Open folder” to open it. Cplanner will open the Customer folder window.


Uploading
You are now in the “Conservation Plans” tab, where you may review the conservation plans within a customer folder, and to add new itemes such as conservation plans, land units and practices.

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