9.2.2 CREATING ‘‘ON-RAMPS’’

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The process of creating On-Ramps is a part of the planning process. When

you are modifying the Search Tables and Cause Descriptions for your own use,

simply accommodate changes that are sure to come. On-Ramps have been cre-

ated for your data entry within the compact disk (CD) that accompanies this

book. A representation of this technique is shown in Table 9-2.

The blank lines in the tables have been left uncoded so you can type your

entries directly into the tables. The links however are coded and will work the

same as they do in the provided tables.

T a b l e 9 - 2 — S p a c e s f o r ‘ ‘ O n - R a m p s ’ ’

TECHNICAL SEARCH TABLES (ADDED)

70

70a Expand No Yes

70b Expand No Yes

70c Expand No Yes

70d Expand No Yes

70e Expand No Yes

70f Expand No Yes

70g Expand No Yes

9.2.3 ‘‘DUMPING’’ THE FIX

The process of ‘‘Dumping’’ the fix is simply a matter of dumping in the fix

whenever it is discovered. This is a ‘‘quick and dirty’’ method of getting the job

done and may be what you need because of time constraints. My suggestion is

that you go back later and clean up the result of this technique by better organizing

its incorporation when you have time.