Permits are any documentation authorizing activity, linked to transactions (Accessions, Loans, and Borrows). Permits may be issued by governmental agencies, landowners, registrations (e.g., CITES), etc.
A permit can authorize any number of transactions, and any number of permits may be required for a transaction.
Permit . Permit_Num VARCHAR2(25) NOT NULL
Permit Number or Permit Identifier is an identifying text string. This is often assigned by the agency issuing the permit. Permit number is a required field; enter any suitable value which will help in locating the permit when such an identifier has not been provided by the issuer.
Permit_Type . Permit_Type VARCHAR(50) null
The kind of activity authorized by the permit. Values are controlled by a look-up table. Permits may have any number of permit_types associated, optionally associated with a permit_regulation.
Permit_Type . Permit_Regulation VARCHAR(50) null
The regulation under which the permit was issued. Values are controlled by a look-up table. Permits may have any number of Permit_Regulations associated.
Permit Roles and Agents
Permits may have any number of agents associated via roles. Roles are controlled by a look-up table.
Permit . Issued_Date DATE(7) null
The day the permit was issued, or the first day that it is valid. This is a DATE datatype, not ISO8601; only day-precision is allowed.
Permit . Exp_Date DATE(7) null
The day on which the permit is no longer valid. This is a DATE datatype, not ISO8601; only day-precision is allowed. Used to automatically notify the permittees of the approaching expiration.
Permit . Permit_Remarks VARCHAR2(4000) null
These can be anything that extends the definition of the permit or the conditions under which it applies.
Renewals should be entered as a new permit. A shortcut button is provided on the edit forms.
Instructions for doing specifc tasks related to Permits in Arctos (please note that “under construction” icons on pages indicate that the documentation may be incomplete or out-of-date):
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