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03 Plan Management and Modifications OPT3.0

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NetAct Optimizer 3.

0 Basic
Plan Management and Modifications

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Nokia Siemens Networks Academy
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Module Objectives
At the end of this module the trainee should be able to: Create and manage optimisation scopes Manage plans in Optimizer Display and modify network parameters using the Browser

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Content
• Optimisation Scopes • Plan Management • Viewing and Modifying Parameter Values

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What is a Scope?
A scope is a collection of objects that we use as our optimisation target Visualisation in the Browser, in the Navigator and on the Map Scope modification: • activation • adding and removing objects • deleting a scope • renaming a scope Scopes are visible and modifiable to all users

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Creating a Scope
Select objects Use popup-menu Scope ->Create New Scope A new scope is automatically activated

A double click activates and deactivates a scope If a site is in the scope the cells are automatically in the scope too

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Exercise
Create new scopes by selecting objects • In the Map • In the Browser • In an existing Scope Add a new site from the map into the active scope • Remove from the scope one of the cells of that site • What can you do? Play with the scopes • Create / Delete • Activate / Deactivate • Add / Remove objects • Rename the Scope • Locate on Map • List to Browser • Create a new scope from an existing scope
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Content
• Optimisation Scopes • Plan Management • Viewing and Modifying Parameter Values

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Plans
A plan is a collection of changes to the actual data If a plan is deleted all changes are lost Optimizer plans can be exported to RAC for provisioning Changes will become actual data after successful provisioning RAC plans can be imported into Optimizer • New ‘PLANNED’ elements can be optimised also Old or unnecessary plans should be deleted both in RAC and Optimizer Why do we need plans? Note! Plans are not limited by the scope selection
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Creating a Plan
Use File->New Plan... or the tool belt icon to create a new plan Write a name and a description

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Opening a Plan
Menu item or toolbelt icon can be used to open an existing plan

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Closing the Plan
Upon closing a plan 'CM Data Exchange' is suggested Answer Close CM Data Exchange is used to transfer plans and actual data between Optimizer and CM (RAC) database
OPT DB Actuals Plans

CM DB Actuals Plans
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Exercise
Create yourself a new plan Use name and description to identify it as a test plan Close the plan and open it again using the tool belt icons Open another plan while a plan is still open Are there any visible changes in Optimizer?

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Content
• Optimisation Scopes • Plan Management • Viewing and Modifying Parameter Values

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List to Browser
Browser is used for parameter level editing and analysis Objects listed from the Map or Navigator to the Browser Profiles control the visibility of child objects Custom views • Private and Public Sorting and filtering Mass modifications Export to text file in CSV format KPI visualization
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Browser Tool View
The Browser is opened as a separate tool view in the lower right pane Double-click the tab to maximize and minimize the pane

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Browser Default View

Parent Object Selection

Profile selection

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Arranging the View
Sorting by clicking the column title (Ctrl button for multiple column sort) Drag and drop to change column order Tooltips contain parameter descriptions, units, ranges and modification possibilities for parameters

Browser Profile Editor is used to select visible parameters and KPIs

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Profile Editor
Default profile cannot be modified -> Change the profile name Select parameters and/or KPIs and/or Add child objects

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Adding Child Objects to Browser Profile
Add relations to the selected until you reach the object that you want as a child object

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Selecting Visible Parameters and KPIs
• Select All / Unselect All

• Select parameters to view for this new object in your profile

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Browser Profiles
New created profile automatically selected Profiles different for each parent object Profile export and import (XML) possible Export contents to CSV file

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Browser Profiles
You can switch between the tree and flat view in Browser

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Parameter Changes
Parameters can be changed by double clicking the cell • Select from the list or type in new value Copy - Paste available through popup-menu Find - Replace in one column Changes have to be saved Unsaved changes highlighted in blue Saved changes highlighted in green Changed objects appear blue in Navigator and Browser Revert to Actual
SAVED NOT SAVED

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Filtering in Browser

Complex equations can be edited with Filter Editor String filtering without comparison characters • Just enter the desired string
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Exercise
Select objects from Navigator and list them to Browser Select a site and cells from the map and list to the Browser Create a profile that shows all BTSs and/or WCELs of a site Backup your new profile by exporting it to XML-file Export the contents to a CSV-file

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Summary Workflow
Create a new scope by adding elements into it Create a new plan for modifications Open and Close an existing plan Use Navigator or map selection to list elements to the Browser Select a parent object and profile to view parameters in Browser Modify a profile to view new child objects and parameters Modify parameter values and Save to the plan Filter to select network elements for editing

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Document change history
Date Version Nam e Change comment

23.8.2010

1.0

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First version for Optimizer 3.0

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