Tachyon functionality is based around Instructions, until these are added to the system you will not be able to ask questions or perform actions. 1E provides instructions in zip files called Product Packs. A collection of Product Packs necessary for for zip files available in the Tachyon Platform zip (available on the 1E Support Portal) and from the Tachyon Exchange (tachyonexchange.1e.com). Each Product Pack contains a related collection of Instruction Definitions. Product Packs and Instruction Definitions can be added to Tachyon by Instruction Set Administrators.
When added into Tachyon, Instructions are immediately allocated to the built-in Unassigned Instruction set. Instruction sets provide a way of determining the permissions for the Instructions they contain, but the Unsassigned Instruction set is only intended as a staging area for newly loaded Instructions - and Instructions in this set cannot be used directly. An Instruction can only belong to a single Instruction set, so after loading it into Tachyon, and before it can be used, it must be moved to another Instruction set - one created by an Instruction Set Administrator.
Instruction sets created by Instruction Set Administrators can be used as the basis for custom roles created by Permissions Administrators. These custom roles determine the permissions for the Instruction sets and all the Instructions they contain. This enables the Permissions Administrators to complete the assignment of specific Instruction set roles to users and determine which Instructions they can action, approve, question or view.
|Custom roles cannot be defined for the Unassigned set and none of the global roles in Tachyon have permissions on the Unassigned set. So at least one Instruction set must be added and populated before you can begin to use Tachyon Instructions.|
To add an empty Instruction set where you can subsequently move Instructions:
The following steps are used to move instructions between Instruction sets:
The following steps can be used to delete one or more selected Instructions: