IFS Mobile Forward/Line Maintenance¶
The IFS Mobile Forward/Line Maintenance application provides forward/line maintenance teams with the capability to connect to the Maintenance & Engineering (M&E) system using their mobile devices and perform maintenance on an aircraft, recording work as it is performed, even if they temporarily lose connectivity.
For administration and configuration of the Forward/Line Maintenance solution as a whole see Forward/Line Maintenance Configuration.
How to locate and install the app¶
In order to install the IFS Mobile Forward/Line Maintenance app you need to search for the app through the standard channels for the different platforms as follows:
IFS Mobile Forward/Line Maintenance on Google Play (Android devices)
IFS Forward/Line Maintenance on Apple App Store (iOS devices)
IFS Mobile Forward/Line Maintenance on Windows Store (Windows devices)
You can then download the app to your device.
Activate the client¶
In order to use your app, enter the correct Server URL, and then log in using your user credentials. This information must be obtained from your system administrator.
Redirect URI to use:
Client ID to use:
(This should be added if it is not registered already)
In order to setup Redirect URI, refer to Custom Client. For the exact steps that must be followed to setup the redirect URI on the identity provider that is being used in your system, refer to Authentication configurations.
Mobile User Requirements¶
For an end user to run IFS Mobile Forward/Line Maintenance you need to follow the steps below:
Log in to IFS Cloud as the application owner.
Navigate to the User or Users page located in the Solution Manager folder. Create a new user for the user who will log in to the IFS Mobile Forward/Line Maintenance application specifying details as you see fit but ensuring that the User Type is specified as End User. For more information see Users.
Navigate to the Permission Set page located in the Solution Manager folder. Create a new permission set for the end user specifying details as you see fit but ensuring that the Type is set to End User Role. For more information see Permission Sets.
On the Permission Set page, using the record sub-menu on the left, click Users Granted, and in the Users Granted section, add the mobile user you created, to grant access to the permission set you created. For more information see Users Granted.
On the Permission Set page, using the record sub-menu on the left, click Grant Structure and in the Granted Permission Sets section, add the functional role permission set AURENA_NATIVE_RUNTIME. For more information see Grant Structure.
On the Permission Set page, using the record sub-menu on the left, click Projections and in the Granted Projections section, add the FLMaintApp projection. For more information see Projections and Lobby Pages.
Navigate to the Security Grants by Permission Set page and for the permission set you created, add the security group FLMaintApp. For more information see Security Grants by Permission Set.
Useful links for Setup and Troubleshooting¶
Mobile Framework Synchronization Guide