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Acceptance Test Specification


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Table of Contents
Scope ..................................................................................................................................................... 4
Test results ............................................................................................................................................. 5
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

Start up .......................................................................................................................................... 7
1.1.

Login to Jupiter

1.2.

Verify installed and licensed Solution Packages

1.3.

Verify user privileges settings Passed [ ] Failed [

] ............................................................. 8

1.4.

Verify users access privileges Passed [ ] Failed [

].......................................................... 10

] Failed [

] ............................................................................. 7
Passed [

] Failed [

] ................................ 8

User Accounts ............................................................................................................................... 11


2.1.

Start the User Account manager Passed [ ] Failed [

2.2.

Create a User Group

2.3.

Create a User account

2.4.

Change privileges for a User Group Passed [ ] Failed [

2.5.

Change User Settings

Passed [ ] Failed [

] ...................................................... 11

]..................................................................... 11

Passed [ ] Failed [

] ................................................................... 12

Passed [ ] Failed [

] .................................................. 13

] .................................................................... 14

Dashboard .................................................................................................................................... 15
3.1.

Start the Dashboard

3.2.

Insert Objects into the Dashboard Passed [

3.3.

Save the dashboard using 'Save As' Passed [ ] Failed [

3.4.

Open in Inspector

Passed [ ] Failed [

] ...................................................................... 15

Passed [ ] Failed [

] Failed [

] ................................................... 15
] ................................................. 16

] ......................................................................... 18

Inspector ...................................................................................................................................... 19
4.1.

Start the Inspector

4.2.

Create a new report

4.3.

Save the report

4.4.

Charts

4.5.

Passed [ ] Failed [

Verify drill-down to possible objects Passed [ ] Failed [

Passed [

] Failed [

Passed [ ] Failed [

Passed [ ] Failed [

] ........................................................................ 19
] ..................................................................... 20

]............................................................................ 21

] ........................................................................................ 22
] ................................................... 24

KPI Builder.................................................................................................................................... 25
5.1.

Start the KPI builder

5.2.

Create a Folder

5.3.

Create a KPI

5.4.

Save a KPI

5.5.

Verify KPI visibility in Inspector Passed [

5.6.

Passed [ ] Failed [

Test various combinations of formulas and resources Passed [

Passed [
Passed [

Passed [

] Failed [

] Failed [
] Failed [

] ..................................................................... 25

] .......................................................................... 25

] .............................................................................. 26
] ................................................................................. 27
] Failed [

] ....................................................... 27
] Failed [

] ....................... 28

KPI and aggregate validation .......................................................................................................... 29


6.1.

Check if data comes into system for different KPIs

6.2.

Check if data comes into system for different aggregates levels Passed [ ] Failed [

Passed [ ] Failed [

] ........................... 29
] ........... 30

Reference Data ............................................................................................................................. 33


7.1.

8.

Passed [

Verify reference data dimensions and values

Passed [

] Failed [

] .................................. 33

Alarms / Alarm Configuration .......................................................................................................... 35


8.1.

Basic Function

8.2.

View History

8.3.

Create Reports

Passed [ ] Failed [
Passed [

] Failed [

Passed [ ] Failed [

] ............................................................................. 35
] ................................................................................ 35
] ............................................................................. 36

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Acceptance Certificate ........................................................................................................................... 37

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Scope
This document is System Acceptance Test procedure performed on the Jupiter
system installation. All test cases are numbered with a unique number.
The Acceptance Tests (AT) is divided into two (2) main tasks:
1. Basic test covering Licensing, User access and Applications (GUI)
2. Test to verify configuration as KPIs, Aggregates and Reference Data
.
Subject of testing are all servers and functionality of Jupiter system. Vendor is
obligated to install configure and solve all eventually appeared problems.
All remarks and outstanding items mentioned bellow, Polystar is obligated to
solve in agreed period after signing of the Acceptance Test Document or
separately defined period for solving of each outstanding-item/remark.

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Test results
Test Case

Start up

1.1

Login to Jupiter

1.2

Verify installed and licensed Solution Packages

1.3

Verify user privileges settings

1.4

Verify users access privileges

User Accounts

2.1

Start the User Account manager

2.2

Create a User Group

2.3

Create a User account

2.4

Change privileges for a User Group

2.5

Change User Settings

Dashboard

3.1

Start the Dashboard

3.2

Insert Objects into the Dashboard

3.3

Save the dashboard using 'Save As'

3.4

Open in Inspector

Inspector

4.1

Start the Inspector

4.2

Create a new report

4.3

Save the report

4.4

Charts

4.5

Verify drill-down to possible

KPI Builder

5.1

Start the KPI builder

5.2

Create a Folder

5.3

Create a KPI

5.4

Save a KPI

5.5

Verify KPI visibility in Inspector

Passed

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Test various combinations of formulas & resources

KPI and aggregate validation

6.1

Check if data comes into system for different KPIs

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6.2
Check if data comes into system for different
aggregates levels

Reference Data

7.1

Verify reference data dimensions and values

Alarms / Alarm Configuration

8.1

Alarms Basic Function

8.2

Alarms Configuration

8.3

Alarms Create Reports

8.4

Alarms Use Time Schema

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1. Start up
1.1. Login to Jupiter

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Steps
1.

Start the web browser

2.

Browse to the Jupiter server

3.

A web page with Polystar logo star is open

4.

A pop-up window Log on to Jupiter appear

5.

Enter un-valid User Name and Password

6.

Enter valid User Name and Password

Expected Result

A pop-up Warning with information Incorrect username and password. Please try again...
appears when wrong Username and Password is used

Login to Jupiter is successful when valid User Name and Password is entered.
Icons for the licensed programs will be shown on the Jupiter desktop (Dashboard, Inspector, and
Alarms)

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1.2. Verify installed and licensed Solution Packages


Passed [ ] Failed [ ]
Steps
1.

Right click in Jupiter workspace

A pop-up menu appears

2.

Hover the mouse over System Settings

A pop-up menu appears

3.

Select KPI Builder

Expected Result
A pop-up window presents the installed solution packages in the map structure
(BellTelSMSAccoutning)

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1.3. Verify user privileges settings

Passed [ ] Failed [

Steps
1.

Open up User Accounts in System Settings

2.

Click on selected user group

3.

A window tab for Program Access appears

4.

Check program access privileges for selected user group

5.

Click on tab for Folder Access

6.

Check folder access privileges for selected user group

Expected Result
Program and Folder Access privileges should correspond to whats defined for each user group

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Steps
1.

Login as a standard user

2.

Right click in Jupiter workspace

3.

A pop-up menu appears

4.

Hover the mouse over System Settings

5.

A pop-up menu appears

6.

Check program access privileges for standard user group

Expected Result
Program Access privileges should correspond to whats defined for each user group

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2. User Accounts
2.1. Start the User Account manager

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Steps
1.

Right click in Jupiter workspace

2.

Hover the mouse over System Settings

3.

Select User Accounts

Expected Result
1.

The
The
The
The
The

User Accounts manager opens


user who log in should be chosen on left tree
right panel can not be edited
information of the user should be display correctly
information of the title should be display correctly

2.

The gui should be display correctly.

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2.2. Create a User Group

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Steps
1.

Right click in Jupiter workspace

2.

Hover the mouse over System Settings

3.

Select User Accounts

4.

Left click in the left pane of the User Account manager

5.

A pop-up menu appear

6.

Select New Group

7.

Enter some name for the group in the pop-up dialog box New Group and click OK

Expected Result
The new group that you added is visible in the left panel of the User Accounts manager

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2.3. Create a User account

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Steps
1.

Right click on the User Group that was created in previous test

A pop-up menu appear

2.

Select New User

3.

Enter some User ID for the user in the pop-up dialog box New User and click OK

A tab User Setting is opened

4.

Fill in Password and Confirm Password and click Save

5.

Try to log on as the new user

6.

Try to create users under the existing user groups

Expected Result
The new user that you added is visible in the left pane of the User Accounts manager under the
group that it was connected to
It is possible to log in as the new user
It is possible to create users under already existing user groups

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Steps
1.

Right click on the User group that was created in previous test

A pop-up menu appears

2.

Select Edit

3.

Change some privileges in the Program Access tab and in the Folder Access tab

4.

Log in as a User belonging to the modified group and verify that the privilege settings

Expected Results
It is possible to change Program Access privileges

It is possible to change Folder Access privileges

The user is affected by the groups privilege settings

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Steps
1.

Right click on the User that was created in previous test

A pop-up menu appears

1.

Select Edit

2.

Change password and try to log in as the user

3.

Unmark the Active box and try to log in as the user

Expected Result
It is possible to change Password
It is not possible to login as a not active user

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3. Dashboard
3.1. Start the Dashboard

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Steps
1.

Double-click the Dashboard icon on the Jupiter desktop

2.

Close the Dashboard main window

3.

Right-click on the Jupiter desktop

4.

A shortcut menu is displayed

5.

Hover with the mouse pointer over Software Programs to display the hierarchical
menu showing Jupiters applications

6.

Click Dashboard to start the application

Expected Result

The Dashboard program is started both when using the desktop icon and the menu shortcut

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3.2. Insert Objects into the Dashboard

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Steps
1.

Left-click on Insert in the menu bar in the Dashboard created in previous test (Untitled(0)), a
drop down menu opens

2.

Left click on Insert report in the dropdown menu, a pop-up menu opens

3.

Choose some various reports from the pop-up menu and click OK

4.

Repeat the steps above for Image and text

5.

Modify the layout of the dashboard

6.

Click on Unlock View to unlock the dashboard

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Modify the time settings for the dashboard by left click on the Time in the lower left bar of
the Dashboard

Expected Result
The reports, Images and text that is chosen is inserted in the dashboard
The layout and Time options of the dashboard can be modified

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3.3. Save the dashboard using 'Save As'

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Steps
1.

Left-click on Save in the menu bar in I the Dashboard created in previous TC, a drop down
menu opens

2.

Left click on Save as in the dropdown menu, a pop-up menu opens

3.

Mark the folder dashboard in your user folder

4.

Choose a name for the dashboard click OK

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Save the dashboard in the public folder, using the Save as function above

Expected Result
The dashboard is saved with the name of your choice
The dashboard is visible in Private folder in the left upper pane of the Dashboard manager
The public dashboard is visible in Public folder in the left upper pane of the Dashboard manager

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Steps
1.

Open a dashboard that contain some different reports

2.

Unlock the view

3.

Right click on one report, the report will be selected and a drop down menu appears

4.

Left click on Open in Inspector in the drop down menu

Expected Result
The selected report is opened in Inspector with the same filters, Time settings etc that was
defined for the report in the dashboard view

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4. Inspector
4.1. Start the Inspector

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Steps
1.

Double-click the Inspector icon on the Jupiter desktop

2.

Close the Inspector main window

3.

Right-click on the Jupiter desktop.

4.

A shortcut menu is displayed.

5.

Hover with the mouse pointer over Software Programs to display the hierarchical menu
showing Jupiters applications.

6.

Click Inspector to start the application

Expected Result
The Inspector program is started both when using the desktop icon and the menu shortcut

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Preconditions
Jupiter is connected to a SMACK data base populated with data for the KPIs
Steps
1.

Left click on New in Inspector bar menu, a new tab Untitled is shown in the right pane of the
Inspector

2.

Right click on Data in the lower left pane of the Inspector

3.

Left click on Add KPI from the pop-up menu

4.

Choose a KPI from the Add KPI pop-up menu. Do also try the Search function.

5.

Left click on Time in the lower left corner of the Inspector frame and set relevant Time
properties

6.

Refresh the report by left-click on the Refresh icon in the top right corner of the Inspector

7.

Toggle between the list view and the chart view by left-click on the icon List View/Chart
View in the top right corner of the Inspector

Expected Result
The report is created and data is fetched when doing refresh

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4.3. Save the report

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Steps
1.

Left-click on Save in the menu bar in the Inspector

2.

Left click on Save in the dropdown menu

3.

Mark the folder Private and choose a name for the report and then click OK

4.

Left click on Save as in the dropdown menu

5.

Mark the folder Private and choose the same name for the report as in step 3 and then click
OK

6.

Mark the folder Private and choose a different name for the report than in step 3 and then
click OK

7.

Repeat the steps 4-1 above but now you shall save the report in the public folder, using the
Save as function above.

Expected Result
1.

A drop down menu opens

2.

The "Save as a file" window opens

3.

The report is saved and visible in Private folder in the left upper pane of the Inspector

4.

The "Save as a file" window opens

5.

A "Confirm" window appears saying "File already exist, override it?"

6.

The report is saved and visible in Private folder in the left upper pane of the Inspector

7.

The public report is visible in Public folder in the left upper pane of the Inspector

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4.4. Charts

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Steps
1.

Open the report according to test case "Open the Report"

2.

Display the data in different Chart types by right click on the Chart type in the lower left pane
of the Inspector and the choose Change Chart from the appearing drop down menu

3.

By expanding the Chat Type in the lower left pane of the Inspector a list of Chart attributes
are shown. Test to change a random choice of the attributes to random properties values

4.

Hoover the mouse pointer over some points in the graph. Values for that point shall be
displayed. Compare those values with the values in the List View

Expected Result
Different Chart types display the data in correct way

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Various combinations of graph attributes are possible to change


Values are displayed correct when hovering the mouse in the graph

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Steps
1.

Open the report (SUNToOther) according to "Open the report" in the List View

2.

Left click on any value in a column in the table

A pop-up menu appears

1.

Select Drill down by MAP Error

2.

Repeat the test in the Chart View. The pop-up menu is obtained by left-click on a point in the
chart

Expected Result
A new tab is opened in inspector for the selected object
The values for the object corresponds to the value in the Inspector report

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5. KPI Builder
5.1. Start the KPI builder

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Steps
1. Right click in Jupiter workspace

A pop-up menu appears

2.

Hover the mouse over System Settings

A pop-up menu appears

3.

Select KPI Builder

Expected Result

The KPI builder opens

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5.2. Create a Folder

Passed [

Steps
1.

Start the KPI Builder

2.

Right click in the left pane of the KPI Builder.

3.

A pop-up menu will appear.

4.

Left click on New Folder.

5.

A pop-up window will appear.

6.

Enter a name for your folder and click OK.

Expected Result

The new folder is shown in the left pane of the KPI builder.

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5.3. Create a KPI

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Steps
1.

Create a new folder according to test case "Create a Folder"

2.

Right click on the new folder

3.

A pop-up menu will appear

4.

Left click on New KPI

5.

A pop-up window New KPI will appear

6.

Enter the name for the new KPI and click OK

Expected Result

The new folder and the new KPI is shown in left pane of the KPI builder.

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Steps
1.

Mark the KPI created in test case "Create a KPI" in the left pane of the KPI Builder

2.

Right click on Formula in the right pane of the KPI Builder

3.

Left click on Select Counter

4.

A pop-up window Counter Selection will appear

5.

Mark a Counter and click OK

6.

Click on Save at the bottom right in the KPI Builder window

7.

A Pop-up window appears with Save changes?

8.

Click on Yes

Expected Result

A pop-up window appears with information KPI building successful!

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5.5. Verify KPI visibility in Inspector

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Steps
1.

Open the Inspector by clicking on the Inspector icon

2.

Right click on Data in the lower left pane in the Inspector

3.

A pop-up menu will appear

4.

Click on add KPI

5.

A pop-up window Add KPI appear with a list of available KPI structure (a refresh might be
needed)

Expected Result

The KPI created in test case "Create a KPI" is visible in the Add KPI window

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5.6. Test various combinations of formulas and resources


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Steps
1.

Right click on the KPI created in TC "Create a KPI"

2.

Right click on formula in the right pane of the KPI builder

3.

Left click on Select Formula from the pop-up menu

4.

Choice a formula from the pop-up window Formula Selection

5.

Choose counters by right click on the variables and choose Select Counter from the pop-up
menu

6.

Verify the formula by open the KPI in inspector

7.

Repeat for various formulas and counters

Expected Result

The KPI is successfully opened in Inspector

The formulas tested are working

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6. KPI and aggregate validation


6.1. Check if data comes into system for different KPIs
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Steps
1.

Open up Inspector

2.

Right click on Data in below left window and click Add New KPI

3.

Open up selected interface map (SUNSMSAccounting) and select all KPI (use Ctrl-Click)

4.

Click Refresh and values for selected KPIs will appear in window

5.

Repeat step 1-4 for all protocol maps

Active KPIs

OK/Not

Comment

OK
SMS Accounting KPI
SMS Attempts
SMS Timeout
SMS Failed
SMS Success
SMSSuccessRate

Expected Result
A window presents all KPIs for selected interface and all are expected to contain values

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6.2. Check if data comes into system for different aggregates levels
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Steps
1.

Open up Inspector

2.

Right click on Data in below left window and click Add New KPI

3.

Open up selected interface map and select one KPI (SMS Attempts from SMSAccountingKPI)

4.

Click Time in below left corner

5.

Set Use Relative Time to true

6.

Set Aggregation to 1 day

7.

Set Relative Time to Previous 2 days and click Refresh

8.

Click Refresh and values for selected KPIs will appear in window

9.

Repeat step 1-3 and change to 1 hour and Previous 43 hours

10. Repeat step 1-3 and change to 15 min and Previous 1 hours
11. Repeat step 3-10 for all the SMS Accounting KPIs

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OK/Not OK

SMS Accounting KPI


SMS Attempts
SMS Timeout
SMS Failed
SMS Success
SMSSuccessRate

Expected Result
Windows presents all data for all selected time periods divided by aggregation level

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7. Reference Data
7.1. Verify reference data dimensions and values
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Steps
1.

Open up Inspector

2.

Right click on Data in below left window and click Add New KPI

3.

Open up selected interface map(SUNSMSAccounting) and select one KPI (SMS Attempts)

4.

Click Time in below left corner

5.

Set Use Relative Time to true

6.

Set Aggregation to 1 hour

7.

Set Relative Time to Previous 24 hours

8.

Click Refresh and values for selected KPI will appear in window

9.

Right click to select drill down

10. Repeat 2-10 for all list reference data below

Reference Data

OK/Not OK

SMS Accounting Refernce Data


Orinating Node
Terminating Node
Map Error
MAP OP Code

Expected Result
All values presented should have a valid reference information

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8. Alarms / Alarm Configuration


8.1.

Basic Function

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Steps
1. Right click on the desktop and select System Settings -> Alarm Configuration
2. Click on New to open a new alarm tab
3. Select any KPI by right click the Data in the lower right pane and open the Add KPI
pane.
4. Set the alarm Level Configuration so one of the levels (higher than clear) will cause be
registered as alarm (tip: use the Inspector to find suitable values).
5. Do NOT select a Time Schema
Expected Result
Check in the Alarms that the alarm is generated. And that the severity is according to the
level configuration.
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8.2. View History

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Steps
1. Use the alarm created in Basic Function or create a new
2. Do NOT select a Time Schema
3. In Alarms select an alarm and right click it and choose among the different options. For
example deactivate and activate it back.
Expected Result

Right click the alarm and select History. Compare the history with your earlier actions.

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8.3. Create Reports

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Steps
1. Use the alarm created in Basic Function or create a new
2. Do NOT select a Time Schema
3. Right click on an alarm in Alarms and select Create Report.
Expected Result
The Inspector opens showing the value of the KPI of the alarm.
The Time Properties are set by default.
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8.4. Use Time Schema

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Steps
1. Use the alarm created in Basic Function or create a new
2. Set the Time Schema to a suitable schema. Can be necessary to create a schema (a
schema that is limited within a certain time or if possible only certain days).
3.

Make sure that the Level Configuration is set so one of the levels (higher than clear)
will be set.

Expected Result
Verify that it behaves accordingly. E.g. that the alarm, do follow the Time Schema
definition.
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Acceptance Certificate
Customer

BellTel

Project

SMS Accounting

Customer ref
Polystar ref
Acceptance Date

Scope Being Accepted


Jupiter for SMS Accounting in accordance with P.O. XXXXX to BellTel, in Manila, Philippines.
This signed document signifies formal acceptance of Jupiter supplied by Polystar AB according to the terms
stated in the PO XXXXX. Any exceptions to this are noted below and acknowledged by Polystar AB, which
remains responsible for their resolution.

Exception

Agreed Completion Date

The Polystar Project Manager confirms that all the contractual requirements agreed with the client for OSIX
complies to P.O. 5500045342/ 5500045344/ 5500045350 and by this letter requests the acceptance from
Digitel Mobile Philippines Inc.

BellTel, Project Manager

Shawn Teng, Customer Project Manager

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