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Viewing the Lock Properties

This section describes how to view the properties of locks in iLOQ Manager.

Proceed as follows.

  1. Select Basic data > Browse locks.

  2. The locks are shown in the grid view. For more information on an individual lock, double-click the lock to open lock-specific details.
    Note:

    You can view object data in two ways:

    • Show sought-after situation — Select this radio button to view object data as it will be, when all pending changes have been programmed for the object.
    • Show the effective situation — Select this radio button to view object data as it currently is.

    Lock-specific details are, by tabs:

    • Basic information — The Basic information tab contains the basic information on the selected lock. The columns are:
      • Placement — This column indicates the door or room number on the floor plan where the lock is located at.
      • Floor plan — This column indicates the floor plan where the lock is located at.
      • Locking target — This column contains a more detailed description of the door or room where the lock is located at.
      • Serial number — This column indicates the serial number of the lock. This information is only shown for locks that have been programmed in the system.
      • Note — This column contains additional information on the lock.
      • Count of access rights — This column indicates the number of access rights assigned for the lock.
      • Time limited — This status column indicates whether the lock is time limited or not.
      • Audit trail pick date — This column indicates the date when an audit trail was last picked from the lock.
      • Audit trail event count — This column indicates the number of events on the lock audit trail.
    • Keys — The Keys tab contains a list of keys that can open the lock. The key columns are described in section Browsing Keys.
    • Access rights — The Access rights tab contains information on the access rights that the lock has. The columns are:
      • Access right — This column contains the name of the access right.
      • Description — This column contains the description of the access right.
      • Conditional access — The check box in this status column indicates whether the access right has conditional access or not.
      • Status — The traffic light icon in this column indicates if the access right is blacklisted or not. The color codes are:
        • Green — The access right is not blacklisted.
        • Red — The access right is blacklisted.
      • Estate — This column indicates the estate where the access right belongs to.
      • Zone — This column indicates the zone where the access right belongs to.
      • Default access right — The check box in this status column indicates if the access right is the default access right or not.
      • Version number — This column contains the version number, if the access right is versional.
      • Version status — This column indicates if the lock has up-to-date information on the access right version. The version status may be outdated, for example, if you have added a key that has a higher version number.
    • The blacklist of the lock — The black list of the lock tab contains information on the blacklist of the lock. The columns are described in section Browsing the Blacklist.
    • Persons with access — The Persons with access tab contains information on the persons that have access to the lock. The columns are described in section Browsing Persons.
    • Audit trail events — The Audit trail events tab contains information on the lock audit trail. The columns are:
      • Index — This column contains a unique, cumulative event number.
      • Type of audit trail data — This column contains the event type, such as key access, key access forbidden, programming of a lock, and so on.
      • Nr — This column contains the unique key ID number.
      • Key — The name of the key related to the audit trail entry.
      • Label — The label of the key related to the audit trail entry.
      • Person attached to the key — The person attached to the key related to the audit trail entry.
      • Point of time — This column contains the event time stamp.
      • Description — This column contains a description of the event. If, for example, the Type of audit trail data is Key access forbidden, this column would contain the reason for preventing the access. The reason can be, for example, invalid key time limit.
      • Error code — The error code related to the audit trail entry.
      • Audit trail pick date — The date when the audit trail was last picked from the lock.
    • History — The History tab contains information on the lock programming history. By clicking the plus sign next to a history row, you can see more detailed history information. For more information, see Browsing Locks.
  3. When done, press the Close button.
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