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1 Introducing the TransData ..........................................................................................................9
2 Introducing the Main Interface ................................................................................................10
About This Chapter .............................................................................................................................................. 10
2.1 Logging in to Server....................................................................................................................................... 11
2.2 Introducing the Entrance to the Task.............................................................................................................. 12
2.3 Introducing the Shortcut Menu....................................................................................................................... 15
2.4 Introducing the Menu Bar .............................................................................................................................. 19
2.4.1 Project Menu......................................................................................................................................... 19
2.4.2 Task Menu............................................................................................................................................. 20
2.4.3 View Menu............................................................................................................................................ 20
2.4.4 Help Menu ............................................................................................................................................ 21
2.5 Introducing the Toolbar .................................................................................................................................. 24

3 Managing the Project and Task................................................................................................26


About This Chapter .............................................................................................................................................. 26
3.1 Managing a Project ........................................................................................................................................ 27
3.1.1 Creating a Project.................................................................................................................................. 27
3.1.2 Managing Projects ................................................................................................................................ 29
3.1.3 Backing Up a Project ............................................................................................................................ 31
3.1.4 Restoring to a Existing Project.............................................................................................................. 31
3.1.5 Restoring to a New Project ................................................................................................................... 32
3.1.6 Deleting a Project.................................................................................................................................. 33
3.2 Managing a Task ............................................................................................................................................ 33
3.2.1 Introducing the Task States ................................................................................................................... 33
3.2.2 Editing the Data Import Task ................................................................................................................ 34
3.2.3 Editing the Data Delete Task................................................................................................................. 36
3.2.4 Starting a Task....................................................................................................................................... 38
3.2.5 Stopping a Task ..................................................................................................................................... 38
3.2.6 Moving a Task....................................................................................................................................... 38
3.3 Customizing Time Setting.............................................................................................................................. 38

4 Managing the Data......................................................................................................................41


About This Chapter .............................................................................................................................................. 41

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4.1 Importing the Project Parameters ................................................................................................................... 42


4.2 Deleting the Project Parameters ..................................................................................................................... 44
4.3 Introducing the Data Management ................................................................................................................. 46
4.3.1 Importing the Configuration Parameters............................................................................................... 46
4.3.2 Deleting a Configuration Parameter Data ............................................................................................. 48
4.3.3 Importing a Performance Data .............................................................................................................. 50
4.3.4 Deleting a Performance Data ................................................................................................................ 53
4.3.5 Importing a CHR Data .......................................................................................................................... 55
4.3.6 Deleting a CHR Data ............................................................................................................................ 58
4.3.7 Importing an ISO Data.......................................................................................................................... 59
4.3.8 Deleting an IOS Data ............................................................................................................................ 61
4.3.9 Importing a RTWP Data........................................................................................................................ 63
4.3.10 Deleting a RTWP Data........................................................................................................................ 67

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Figure 2-1 Login Server dialog box .................................................................................................................... 11
Figure 2-2 Main interface of the Genex Nastar TransData.................................................................................. 12
Figure 2-3 All tasks displayed in the task pane ................................................................................................... 13
Figure 2-4 Tasks of the selected project .............................................................................................................. 14
Figure 2-5 Display tasks of a data ....................................................................................................................... 15
Figure 2-6 Shortcut menu of the WCDMA node................................................................................................ 15
Figure 2-7 Shortcut menu of the project node ..................................................................................................... 16
Figure 2-8 Right-click shortcut menu of a data ................................................................................................... 17
Figure 2-9 Imported MML file manage............................................................................................................... 17
Figure 2-10 Query Result dialog box .................................................................................................................. 18
Figure 2-11 Shortcut menu of a task.................................................................................................................... 18
Figure 2-12 System menu.................................................................................................................................... 19
Figure 2-13 Project menu .................................................................................................................................... 19
Figure 2-14 Task menu........................................................................................................................................ 20
Figure 2-15 View menu ....................................................................................................................................... 20
Figure 2-16 Output Bar ....................................................................................................................................... 21
Figure 2-17 Help menu........................................................................................................................................ 21
Figure 2-18 About TransData dialog box ............................................................................................................ 22
Figure 2-19 Get ESN Code dialog box................................................................................................................ 22
Figure 2-20 License Info dialog box ................................................................................................................... 23
Figure 2-21 Open dialog box............................................................................................................................... 24
Figure 2-22 Toolbar............................................................................................................................................. 24
Figure 3-1 Project menu ...................................................................................................................................... 27
Figure 3-2 New Project on the right-click shortcut menu ................................................................................... 27
Figure 3-3 Create WCDMA Project dialog box .................................................................................................. 28
Figure 3-4 New project listed in the Project View pane ...................................................................................... 29

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Figure 3-5 Project menu ...................................................................................................................................... 29


Figure 3-6 Management on the right-click shortcut menu .................................................................................. 29
Figure 3-7 Manage WCDMA Projects ................................................................................................................ 30
Figure 3-8 Browse for Folder dialog box ............................................................................................................ 31
Figure 3-9 Please select backup project file dialog box ...................................................................................... 32
Figure 3-10 Restore Project dialog box............................................................................................................... 33
Figure 3-11 Edit Task on the shortcut menu ........................................................................................................ 34
Figure 3-12 Data Import Task Setting dialog boxConfiguration Data............................................................. 35
Figure 3-13 Edit Task on the shortcut menu........................................................................................................ 36
Figure 3-14 Data Delete Task Setting dialog box................................................................................................ 37
Figure 3-15 General Time Setting dialog box ..................................................................................................... 39
Figure 4-1 Import Engineering Parameter on the Project menu .......................................................................... 42
Figure 4-2 Import Project Parameter on the shortcut menu................................................................................. 42
Figure 4-3 Open dialog box................................................................................................................................. 43
Figure 4-4 Select Excel Sheet dialog box............................................................................................................ 43
Figure 4-5 Project Parameter Import Setting dialog box..................................................................................... 44
Figure 4-6 Import Engineering Parameter on the Project menu .......................................................................... 45
Figure 4-7 Import Project Parameter on the shortcut menu................................................................................. 45
Figure 4-8 Delete Engineering Parameter dialog box ......................................................................................... 45
Figure 4-9 Delete Engineering Parameter dialog box ......................................................................................... 46
Figure 4-10 Message in the Output pane............................................................................................................. 46
Figure 4-11 Data Import Task Setting dialog boxConfig Data Delete............................................................. 47
Figure 4-12 Data Delete Task SettingConfig Data Delete............................................................................... 49
Figure 4-13 Data Import Task Setting dialog boxPerformance Data Import................................................... 51
Figure 4-14 Query Result dialog box .................................................................................................................. 53
Figure 4-15 Data Delete Task Setting dialog boxPerformance Data Delete.................................................... 54
Figure 4-16 Data Import Task Setting dialog boxCHR Data Import ............................................................... 56
Figure 4-17 Set CHR Import Condition dialog box ............................................................................................ 58
Figure 4-18 Data Delete Task Setting dialog box CHR Data Delete............................................................... 59
Figure 4-19 Data Import Task Setting dialog boxIOS Data Import................................................................. 60
Figure 4-20 Data Delete Task Setting dialog boxIOS Data Delete.................................................................. 62
Figure 4-21 Data Import Task Setting dialog boxRTWP Data Import ............................................................ 64
Figure 4-22 RTWP TXT File Information dialog box......................................................................................... 66

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Figure 4-23 Data Delete Task Setting dialog boxRTWP Data Delete ............................................................. 67

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Table 2-1 Login Server dialog box ...................................................................................................................... 11
Table 2-2 Main interface of the Genex Nastar TransData.................................................................................... 12
Table 2-3 Shortcut menu of the WCDMA node .................................................................................................. 16
Table 2-4 Shortcut menu of the project node....................................................................................................... 16
Table 2-5 Shortcut menu of a task ....................................................................................................................... 19
Table 2-6 Descriptions of the Project menu......................................................................................................... 19
Table 2-7 Descriptions of the Task menu............................................................................................................. 20
Table 2-8 Descriptions of the View menu............................................................................................................ 21
Table 2-9 Description of the button icons on the Toolbar.................................................................................... 24
Table 3-1 Descriptions of he Create WCDMA Project dialog box ...................................................................... 28
Table 3-2 Descriptions of the Manage WCDMA Projects dialog box ................................................................. 30
Table 3-3 Task states............................................................................................................................................ 33
Table 3-4 Descriptions of the data Import Task Setting dialog box..................................................................... 35
Table 3-5 General Time Setting dialog box ......................................................................................................... 39
Table 4-1 Descriptions of the Data Import Task Setting dialog box .................................................................... 47
Table 4-2 Descriptions of the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box. ................................................................... 49
Table 4-3 Descriptions of the Data Import Task Setting dialog box .................................................................... 51
Table 4-4 Descriptions of the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box .................................................................... 54
Table 4-5 Descriptions of the Data Import Task Setting dialog box .................................................................... 56
Table 4-6 Descriptions of the Data Delete Task Setting dialog boxCHR Data Delete .................................... 59
Table 4-7 Descriptions of the Data Import Task Setting dialog box .................................................................... 60
Table 4-8 Descriptions of the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box .................................................................... 62
Table 4-9 Descriptions of the Data Import Task Setting dialog box .................................................................... 64
Table 4-10 RTWP TXT File Information dialog box........................................................................................... 66
Table 4-11 Descriptions of the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box................................................................... 68

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Introducing the TransData

The TransData is the assistant software for Genex Nastar WCDMA. The TransData can
automatically import or delete project data of the Genex Nastar WCDMA projects to save
time for maintaining multiple projects, especially in the server mode when there are many
projects.
This tool provides the following functions:
z

Managing projects
For details, refer to section 3.1 "Managing a Project."

Managing tasks
For details, refer to section 3.2 "Managing a Task."

Managing data
For details, refer to chapter 4 "Managing the Data."

Currently, the TransData provides to import the following six data:


z

RNC traffic statistic data

Configuration parameter data

Project parameter data

CHR data

IOS data

RTWP data

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About This Chapter


The following table lists the contents of this chapter.

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2.1 Logging in to Server

Describes the procedure for logging in to the Server.

2.2 Introducing the Entrance to


the Task

Introduces the entrance to the task.

2.3 Introducing the Shortcut


Menu

Introduces the menu items on the shortcut menu.

2.4 Introducing the Menu Bar

Introduces the menu items on the menu bar.

2.5 Introducing the Toolbar

Introduces the icons on the toolbar.

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2.1 Logging in to Server


To log in to sever, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Start the TransData.
The Login Sever dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-1.
Figure 2-1 Login Server dialog box

Table 2-1 describes the elements in the Login Server dialog box.
Table 2-1 Login Server dialog box
Element

Description

SQL server

Select a database server.

User name

Type the user name.

Password

Type the password.

Step 2 Select the database server in the SQL server drop-down list.
Step 3 Type the user name and password in the User name and Password fields.
Step 4 Click Login.
After you succeed in logging in to the server, the main interface of the TransData is displayed,
as shown in Figure 2-2.

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Figure 2-2 Main interface of the Genex Nastar TransData

Table 2-2 describes the elements in the main interface of the Genex Nastar TransData.
Table 2-2 Main interface of the Genex Nastar TransData
Element

Description

Project View pane

Lists the projects of the WCDMA node on


the left part.

Task pane

Shows tasks for each project in detail on the


top-right part.

Output pane

Shows the process status of each task on the


bottom-right part.

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2.2 Introducing the Entrance to the Task


To view each task, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Click the WCDMA node in the Project View pane.
All tasks are displayed in the task pane, as shown in Figure 2-3.

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Figure 2-3 All tasks displayed in the task pane

Step 2 Click a sub-node (project) of the WCDMA node.


The tasks of the selected project are displayed in the task pane, as show in Figure 2-4.

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Figure 2-4 Tasks of the selected project

Step 3 Click a data such as Config Data of a project in the Project View pane.
The tasks of the selected data are displayed, as shown in Figure 2-5.

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Figure 2-5 Display tasks of a data

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2.3 Introducing the Shortcut Menu


Select different sub-menus on the shortcut menu to perform relevant functions.

Shortcut Menu of the WCDMA Node


Select the WCDMA node, and right-click on the WCDMA node.
The shortcut menu of the WCDMA node is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-6.
Figure 2-6 Shortcut menu of the WCDMA node

Table 2-3 describes the shortcut menu of the WCDMA node.

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Table 2-3 Shortcut menu of the WCDMA node


Menu Item

Description

New Project

Creates a project

Management

Manages the projects

Refresh

Refreshes the WCDMA node.

Shortcut Menu of a Project Node


Select a project of the WCDMA node, and right-click on the selected project.
The shortcut menu of the project is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-7.
Figure 2-7 Shortcut menu of the project node

Table 2-4 describes the shortcut menu of the project node.


Table 2-4 Shortcut menu of the project node
Menu Item

Description

Import Engineering Parameter

Imports the project parameter.

Delete Engineering Parameter

Deletes the project parameter.

Refresh

Refreshes the project node.

Shortcut Menu of a Data Node


To show the shortcut menu of a data node, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a data of a project in the Project View pane, and right-click on the selected data.
The shortcut menu of the data is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-8.

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Figure 2-8 Right-click shortcut menu of a data

Step 2 Select Query on the shortcut menu of Config Data, the Imported MML file manage dialog
box is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-9.
Figure 2-9 Imported MML file manage

Step 3 Select Query on the shortcut menu of other data, the Query Result dialog box is displayed,
as shown in Figure 2-10.

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Figure 2-10 Query Result dialog box

The Query Result dialog box lists the information of the imported data.

Shortcut Menu of a Task


Select a task in the task pane, and right-click on the selected task.
The shortcut menu of a task is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-11.
Figure 2-11 Shortcut menu of a task

Table 2-5 describes the shortcut menu of a task.

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Table 2-5 Shortcut menu of a task


Menu Item

Description

Start Task

Starts a task.

Stop Task

Stops a task.

Edit Task

Edits a task.

2.4 Introducing the Menu Bar


The menu bar includes the following four menus, as shown in Figure 2-12.
Figure 2-12 System menu

2.4.1 Project Menu


The Project menu contains commands relevant to project management, as shown in Figure
2-13.
Figure 2-13 Project menu

Table 2-6 describes menu items of the Project menu.


Table 2-6 Descriptions of the Project menu
Menu Item

Description

New Project

Creates a project.

Management

Manages projects.

Import Engineering Parameter

Imports project parameters.

Delete Engineering Parameter

Deletes project parameters.

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Menu Item

Description

Refresh

Refreshes the Project View pane.

Exit

Exits from the TransData program.

2.4.2 Task Menu


The Task menu contains commands for task management, as shown in Figure 2-14.
Figure 2-14 Task menu

Table 2-7 describes menu items of the Task menu.


Table 2-7 Descriptions of the Task menu.
Menu Item

Description

Start Task

Starts a task.

Stop Task

Stops a task.

Edit Task

Edits a task.

Custom Time Management

Customizes the time setting.

2.4.3 View Menu


The View menu contains the functions of displaying bars, as shown in Figure 2-15.
Figure 2-15 View menu

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Table 2-8 describes the menu items of the View menu.


Table 2-8 Descriptions of the View menu.
Menu Item

Description

Toolbar

Click to show or hide the toolbar.

Status Bar

Click to Show or hide the status bar.

Work Space

Click to show or hide the workspace.

Output Bar

Click to show or hide the output bar.


If Output Bar is selected, you can see the
details of the task execution in the Output
pane. The normal output shows in black font,
and the error or warning shows in red font, as
shown in Figure 2-16.

Detail Log

If Detail Log is selected, the details of task


execution will be recorded in the log file.

Figure 2-16 Output Bar

2.4.4 Help Menu


The Help menu mainly contains the version information, ESN code information and
copyright of the TransData tool, as shown in Figure 2-17.
Figure 2-17 Help menu

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About TransData
Choose Help > About TransData, the About TransData dialog box is displayed, as
shown in Figure 2-18.
Figure 2-18 About TransData dialog box

The About TransData dialog box shows the version information and copyright information.

ESN Code
Choose Help > ESN Code, the Get ESN Code dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure
2-19.
Figure 2-19 Get ESN Code dialog box

Get ESN Code dialog box provides relevant ESN code of the software.

License Information
Choose Help > License Information, the License Info dialog box is displayed, as shown in
Figure 2-20.

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Figure 2-20 License Info dialog box

In the License Info dialog box, you can view the license information.

Update License
To update license, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Help > Update License.
The Open dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 2-21.

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Figure 2-21 Open dialog box

Step 2 Select the license file, and click Open.


Step 3 Click Continue on the displayed dialog to confirm the operation.
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2.5 Introducing the Toolbar


The toolbar consists of the following buttons, as shown in Figure 2-22.
Figure 2-22 Toolbar

Table 2-9 describes the button icons on the Toolbar.


Table 2-9 Description of the button icons on the Toolbar
Icon

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Hint

Description

New Project

Creates a project.

Project Management

Manages projects.

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Import Project Parameter

Imports project parameters.

Delete Project Parameter

Deletes project parameters.

Start Task

Starts a task.

Stop Task

Stops a task.

Edit Task

Edits a task.

Custom Time Management

Customizes the time setting.

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About This Chapter


The following table lists the contents of this chapter.

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Section

Describes

3.1 Managing a Project

Describes how to manage a project.

3.2 Managing a Task

Describes how to manage a task.

3.3 Customizing Time Setting

Describes how to customize the time setting.

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3.1 Managing a Project


All functions of the GENEX Nastar WCDMA are based on project. Users can share
information between different computers by backup and restoring project. This section
describes how to manage the projects in the Nastar.

3.1.1 Creating a Project


To create a project, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Start the function of creating a project.
To create a project, perform one of the following three methods:
z

Choose Project > New Project, as shown in Figure 3-1.

Figure 3-1 Project menu

Click

Right-click on the WCDMA node in the Project View pane, and then select New
Project on the shortcut menu, as shown in Figure 3-2.

on the toolbar.

Figure 3-2 New Project on the right-click shortcut menu

The Create WCDMA Project dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-3.

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Figure 3-3 Create WCDMA Project dialog box

Table 3-1describes the elements of the Create WCDMA Project dialog box.
Table 3-1 Descriptions of he Create WCDMA Project dialog box
Element

Description

Version list

Select a version for the new project.

Name

Enter a name for the project.


The name is consisted of letter, number, and underline.

Project Location
Description

Click

to select the path for saving the project.

Type the descriptions of the project.


The Description field is optional.

Step 2 Select the version, type a project name and set path.
Step 3 Click Create.
The new project is added to the WCDMA node in the Project View pane, as shown in Figure
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Figure 3-4 New project listed in the Project View pane

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3.1.2 Managing Projects


To manage a project, perform one of the following three methods:
z

Choose Project > Management, as shown in Figure 3-5.

Figure 3-5 Project menu

Click

Right-click on the WCDMA node in the Project View pane, and then select
Management on the shortcut menu, as shown in Figure 3-6.

on the Toolbar.

Figure 3-6 Management on the right-click shortcut menu

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The Manage WCDMA Projects dialog box is displayed, as show in Figure 3-7.
Figure 3-7 Manage WCDMA Projects

Table 3-2 describes the Manage WCDMA Projects dialog box.


Table 3-2 Descriptions of the Manage WCDMA Projects dialog box
Element
Project List

Description
Name

The name of a project.

Description

The descriptions of a project.

Create Date

The date when the project is created.

Edit Date

The date when the data is edited.

Disk Space

The occupancy disk space of a project.

Version

The version information of a project.


Click to backup a selected project.
Click to restore a project.
Click to delete the selected project.
Click to exit from the Manage WCDMA
Projects dialog box.

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3.1.3 Backing Up a Project


To back up a project, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Manage WCDMA Projects dialog box, as shown in Figure 3-7.
Step 2 Click Backup.
The Browse for Folder dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-8.
Figure 3-8 Browse for Folder dialog box

Step 3 Select a path for saving the selected project, and click OK.
The project is saved as a backup file with the same name as the selected project.

3.1.4 Restoring to a Existing Project


To restore a project to an existing project, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Manage WCDMA Projects dialog box, as shown in Figure 3-7.
Step 2 Click Restore.
The Please select backup project file dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-9.

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Figure 3-9 Please select backup project file dialog box

Step 3 Select the backup file of the project, and click Open.
The program restores the selected project with the backup file.
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3.1.5 Restoring a Project as a New Project


To restore a project as a new project, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Ensure that no project is selected in the Manage WCDMA Projects dialog box, as shown in
Figure 3-7.
Step 2 Click Restore.
The Restore Project dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-10.

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Figure 3-10 Restore Project dialog box

Step 3 Input the name for the project to be restored.


Step 4 Select a backup project file for restoring the project.
Step 5 Click OK.
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3.1.6 Deleting a Project


To delete a project, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Manage WCDMA Projects dialog box, as shown in Figure 3-7.
Step 2 Click Delete.
The selected project is removed from the Project List in the Manage WCDMA Projects
dialog box.
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Ensure the project is not in use before you delete it. Otherwise the project cannot be deleted.

3.2 Managing a Task


3.2.1 Introducing the Task States
The task has five states, as described in Table 3-3.
Table 3-3 Task states
Task States

Description
Unedited state.

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Task States

Description
Stopped state.
It means that the task is completed, or is stopped by user.
Executing state.
It means the data are in the process of importing or deleting.
Ready state.
It means the task is ready for processing.
Waiting state.

3.2.2 Editing the Data Import Task


Take the task of importing the configuration data for instance, the other tasks are similar.
To edit the task of importing the configuration data, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select Config Data Import in the task pane, and select Edit Task on the shortcut menu, as
shown in Figure 3-11.
Figure 3-11 Edit Task on the shortcut menu

The Data Import Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-12.

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Figure 3-12 Data Import Task Setting dialog boxConfiguration Data

Table 3-4 describes the elements in the Data Import Task Setting dialog box
Table 3-4 Descriptions of the data Import Task Setting dialog box
Element
Basic

Description
Task Name

The name of the task.

Data Path

Select the directory of the file to be imported.

Execute At Once

Execute the task at once.


If you import the data manually, select this
option.

Execute As Plan

Execute the task according the plan set in the


Trigger Time field.
You can set Begin Time and Granularity in the
Trigger Time field.
And only when Active Task is selected, the task
can be executed.

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Element
Trigger Time

Description
Begin Time

Set the begin time to import data.


It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Granularity

Set Granularity to import data in interval after


the begin time.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Data Process

Do not process

Do not to process data file after the data is


imported.

Delete all data


files after
importing

Delete all data files after the data is imported.

After import,
move date files to

Click

to select a path.

Move the data file to the selected directory after


the data is imported.

Step 2 Edit each element in the Data Import Task Setting dialog box, as described in Table 3-4.
Step 3 Click OK.
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3.2.3 Editing the Data Delete Task


Take the task of deleting the configuration data for instance, the other tasks are similar.
To edit the task of deleting the configuration data, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select Config Data Delete in task pane, and select Edit Task on the shortcut menu, as shown
in Figure 3-13.
Figure 3-13 Edit Task on the shortcut menu

The Data Delete Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-14.

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Figure 3-14 Data Delete Task Setting dialog box

Table 3-5 describes the elements in the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box.
Table 3-5 Descriptions of the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box
Element
Basic

Description
Task Name

The name of the task.


The default name is CHR Data Delete.

Data Reserved
Days

The days to reserve the data after it is deleted.

Execute At Once

Execute the task at once.

It is available only when Execute As Plan is


selected.

To delete the data manually, select this option.


Trigger Time

Execute As Plan

Execute the task according to the plan.


And only when Active Task is selected, the task
can be executed.

Begin Time

Set the begin time to delete the data.


It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Granularity

Set Granularity to delete data in interval after


the begin time.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

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Step 2 Edit each element on the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box, as described in
Step 3 Click OK.
----End

3.2.4 Starting a Task


To start a task, select the task, and then select Start Task on the shortcut menu.

3.2.5 Stopping a Task


You can stop a task that is in the executing state, waiting state or ready state.
To stop a task, select the task, and then select Stop Task on the shortcut menu.

3.2.6 Moving a Task


You can move tasks that are in the waiting state to change the order of the task. But you
cannot move tasks while the tasks are in the other states.

3.3 Customizing Time Setting


To customize the time setting, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Choose Task > Custom Time Management, or click

on the toolbar.

The General Time Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 3-15.

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Figure 3-15 General Time Setting dialog box

Table 3-6 describes the General Time Setting dialog box.


Table 3-6 General Time Setting dialog box
Element
Basic

Description
Time
Unit

Week

Select Week to set week as the time unit.

Month

Select Month to set month as the time unit.

Trigger Time

Set the trigger time.

Time List

Customized time list.

Period

According to the time unit, display the


relevant date.

Time Name

The name of the customized time.


Click to add a customized time to the Time
List.
Click to remove a selected customized time
from the Time List.
Click to exit from the General Time Setting
dialog box.

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Step 2 Type a name of the customized time, set time unit, and select the relevant dates.
Step 3 Click Add to add a customized time to the Time List
Step 4 Click Exit to close the General Time Setting dialog box.
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Managing the Data

About This Chapter


The following table lists the contents of this chapter.
Section

Describes

4.1 Importing the Project


Parameters

Describe how to import project parameters.

4.2 Deleting the Project


Parameters

Describe how to delete project parameters.

4.3 Mananaging Data

Describe how to import or delete data.

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4.1 Importing the Project Parameters


To import the project parameters, perform the following steps:
Step 1 You can perform one of the following methods to import the project parameters:
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Choose Project > Import Engineering Parameter, as shown in Figure 4-1.

Figure 4-1 Import Engineering Parameter on the Project menu

Select a project in the Project View pane, and select Import Project Parameter on the
shortcut menu, as shown in Figure 4-2.

Figure 4-2 Import Project Parameter on the shortcut menu

Select a project in the Project View pane, and click

on the toolbar.

The Open dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-3.

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Figure 4-3 Open dialog box

Step 2 Select the project file, and click Open.


The Select Excel Sheet dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-4.
Figure 4-4 Select Excel Sheet dialog box

Step 3 Select the project parameter sheet, and click OK.


The Project Parameter Import Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-5.

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Figure 4-5 Project Parameter Import Setting dialog box

The project parameters are matched automatically. That the signin front of a column name
means the name has been matched with a certain column and cannot be used to match with
the next column.
You can also match it manually.
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Click the table column header and select the matched column name in the drop-down
list.

To cancel the match of a column, select Release Match on the shortcut menu.

Step 4 After the match finishes, click OK to import data.


If error occurs during importing project parameter, a report for recording the errors is
generated.

It is suggested to select Clear Database to clear database before importing the project parameter. In this
way, you can avoid the errors appears during importing the project parameter.

----End

4.2 Deleting the Project Parameters


To delete the project parameters for a project, perform the following steps:

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Step 1 You can perform one of the following methods to delete the project parameters:
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Select a project in the Project View pane, and then choose Project > Delete
Engineering Parameter, as shown in Figure 4-6Figure 4-1.

Figure 4-6 Import Engineering Parameter on the Project menu

Select a project in the Project View pane, and select Delete Project Parameter on the
shortcut menu, as shown in Figure 4-7.

Figure 4-7 Import Project Parameter on the shortcut menu

Select a project in the Project View pane, and click

on the toolbar.

The Delete Engineering Parameter dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-8.
Figure 4-8 Delete Engineering Parameter dialog box

Step 2 Click Yes.


The confirmation dialog is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-9.

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Figure 4-9 Delete Engineering Parameter dialog box

Step 3 Click Yes.


The TransData begins to delete the project parameters. After the project parameters are
deleted successfully. The system prompts a message in the Output pane, as shown in Figure
4-10.
Figure 4-10 Message in the Output pane

----End

4.3 Mananaging Data


4.3.1 Importing the Configuration Parameters
To import the configuration parameters, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Project View pane, and then select the Config Data Import in the task
pane.
Step 2 Select Edit Task on the shortcut menu.
The Data Import Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-11.

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Figure 4-11 Data Import Task Setting dialog boxConfig Data Delete

Table 4-1 describes the elements in the Data Import Task Setting dialog box.
Table 4-1 Descriptions of the Data Import Task Setting dialog box
Element
Basic

Description
Task Name

The name of the task.


The default name is Config Data Import.

Data Path

Select the directory of the file to be imported.

Execute At Once

Execute the task at once.


If you import the data manually, select this
option.

Execute As Plan

Execute the task according the plan set in the


Trigger Time field.
You can set Begin Time and Granularity in the
Trigger Time field. And only when Active Task
is selected, the task can be executed.

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Element
Trigger Time

Description
Begin Time

Set the begin time to import data.


It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Granularity

Set Granularity to import data in interval after


the begin time.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Data Process

Do not process

Do not to process data file after the data is


imported.

Delete all data


files after
importing

Delete all data files after the data is imported.

After import,
move date files to

Click

to select a path.

Move the data file to the selected directory after


the data is imported.

Step 3 Type task name, and select the directory of the file to be imported.
Step 4 Select task execution type.
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Select Execute At Once to import the data manually.

Select Execute As Plan to import the data automatically, and set Begin Time and
Granularity in Trigger Time.

Step 5 Select data process type.


Step 6 Click OK.
----End

4.3.2 Deleting a Configuration Parameter Data


To delete a configuration data, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Project View pane, and then select the Config Data Delete in the task
pane.
Step 2 Select Edit Task on the shortcut menu.
The Data Delete Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-12.

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Figure 4-12 Data Delete Task SettingConfig Data Delete

Table 4-2 describes the elements in the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box.
Table 4-2 Descriptions of the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box.
Element
Manual

Description
Execute At Once

Execute the task at once.


To delete the data manually, select this option.

Task Run

Data List

Lists the MML files that you imported before.

Execute As Plan

Execute the task according to the plan.


And only when Active Task is selected, the task
can be executed.

Task Name

The name of the task.


The default name is Config Data Delete.

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Element

Description
Begin Time

Set the begin time to delete the data.


It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Granularity

Set Granularity to delete data in interval after


the begin time.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Step 3 Set the elements in the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box, according to the descriptions in
the Table 4-2.
Step 4 Click OK.
----End

4.3.3 Importing a Performance Data


To import a performance data, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Project View pane, and then select the Performance Data Import in
the task pane.
Step 2 Select Edit Task on the shortcut menu.
The Data Import Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-13.

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Figure 4-13 Data Import Task Setting dialog boxPerformance Data Import

Table 4-3 describes the elements in the Data Import Task Setting dialog box.
Table 4-3 Descriptions of the Data Import Task Setting dialog box
Element
Basic

Description
Task Name

The name of the task.


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Data Path

Select the directory of the file to be imported.

Item set

Select item set to be queried from the Item set


drop-down list.

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Element

Description
Execute At Once

Execute the task at once.


If you manually import the data, select this
option.

Execute As Plan

Execute the task according the plan set in the


Trigger Time field.
You can set Begin Time and Granularity in the
Trigger Time field. And only when Active Task
is selected, the task can be executed.

Trigger Time

Begin Time

Set the begin time to import data.


It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Granularity

Set Granularity to import data in interval after


the begin time.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Import File
Time Set

Data Process

Use Time Filter

Only when Use Time Filter is selected. Start


Time and End Time in Import File Time Set
field are available.

Start Time

Set the start time for filtering.

End Time

Set the end time for filtering.

Do not process

Do not to process data file after the data is


imported.

Delete all data


files after
importing

Delete all data files after the data is imported.

After import,
move date files to

Click

to select a path.

Move the data file to the selected directory after


the data is imported.

Step 3 Type the task name, and select the directory of the file to be imported.
Step 4 Select the task execution type.
z

Select Execute At Once to import the data manually.

Select Execute As Plan to import the data automatically, and set Begin Time and
Granularity in Trigger Time.

Step 5 Set the filter time.


Step 6 Select the data process type.
Step 7 Click OK.
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After the performance data is imported, select Performance Data node of a project in the
Project View pane, and then select Query on the shortcut menu. The Query Result dialog
box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-14. The imported data is listed in the Query Result
dialog box.
Figure 4-14 Query Result dialog box

4.3.4 Deleting a Performance Data


To delete a performance data, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Project View pane, and then select the Performance Data Delete in
the task pane.
Step 2 Select Edit Task on the shortcut menu.
The Data Delete Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-15.

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Figure 4-15 Data Delete Task Setting dialog boxPerformance Data Delete

Table 4-4 describes the elements in the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box.
Table 4-4 Descriptions of the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box
Element
Manual Run

Description
Execute At Once

Execute the task at once.


To delete the data manually, select this option.

Delete Statistic
Data at the same
time

If Delete Statistic Data at the same time is


selected, the statistic data is deleted at the same
time.
This option is available only when Execute As
Once is selected.

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Data List

Lists the existing RNC.

Begin Date

Set the begin date of the performance to delete.

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Task Run

Description
End Date

Set the end date of the performance to delete.

Task Name

The name of the task.


The default name is Performance Data Delete.

Execute As Plan

Execute the task according to the plan.


And only when Active Task is selected, the task
can be executed.

Original Data
Reserved Days

The days to reserve the original data after it is


deleted.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Statistic Data
Reserved Days

The days to reserve the statistic data after it is


deleted.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Begin Time

Set the begin time to delete the data.


It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Granularity

Set Granularity to delete data in interval after


the begin time.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Step 3 Set the elements in the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box, according to the descriptions in
the Table 4-4.
Step 4 Click OK.
----End

4.3.5 Importing a CHR Data


To import a CHR data, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Project View pane, and then select the CHR Data Import in the task
pane.
Step 2 Select Edit Task on the shortcut menu.
The Data Import Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-16.

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Figure 4-16 Data Import Task Setting dialog boxCHR Data Import

Table 4-5 describes the elements in the Data Import Task Setting dialog box.
Table 4-5 Descriptions of the Data Import Task Setting dialog box
Element
Basic

Description
Task Name

The name of the task.


The default name is CHR Data Import.

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Data Path

Select the directory of the file to be imported.

Data Version

Displays the current data version information.

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Element

Description
Execute At Once

Execute the task at once.


If you manually import the data, select this
option.

Execute As Plan

Execute the task according the plan set in the


Trigger Time field.
You can set Begin Time and Granularity in the
Trigger Time field. And only when Active Task
is selected, the task can be executed.

Set CHR Import


Condition

to open Set CHR


Click
Import Condition dialog box, as shown in
Figure 4-17.
Select contents to be imported, and click OK.
When you import CHR data, only the selected
contents are imported.

Trigger Time

Begin Time

Set the begin time to import the data.


It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Granularity

Set Granularity to import the data in interval


after the begin time.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Import File
Time Set

Use Time Filter

Only when Use Time Filter is selected, Start


Time and End Time in Import File Time Set
field are available.
If Use Time Filter is not selected, all data of the
data file are imported by default.

Data Process

Start Time

Set the start time for filtering.

End Time

Set the end time for filtering.

Do not process

Do not to process data file after the data is


imported.

Delete all data


files after
importing

Delete all data files after the data is imported.

After import,
move date files to

Click

to select a path.

Move the data file to the selected directory after


the data is imported.

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Figure 4-17 Set CHR Import Condition dialog box

Step 3 Type the task name, and select the directory of the file to be imported.
Step 4 Select the task execution type.
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Select Execute At Once to import the data manually.

Select Execute As Plan to import the data automatically, and set Begin Time and
Granularity in Trigger Time.

Step 5 Select the contents of the CHR data to be imported on the Set CHR Import Condition dialog
box.
Step 6 Set the filter time.
Step 7 Select the data process type.
Step 8 Click OK.
----End

4.3.6 Deleting a CHR Data


To delete a CHR data, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Project View pane, and then select the CHR Data Import in the task
pane.
Step 2 Select Edit Task on the shortcut menu.

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The Data Delete Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-18.
Figure 4-18 Data Delete Task Setting dialog box CHR Data Delete

Figure 4-18 describes the elements in the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box.
Table 4-6 Descriptions of the Data Delete Task Setting dialog boxCHR Data Delete
Element

Description

Task Name

The name of the task.


The default name is CHR Data Delete.

Data List

Lists the CHR data.

Step 3 Type the task name and select CHR data to delete.
Step 4 Click OK.
----End

4.3.7 Importing an ISO Data


To import an ISO data, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Project View pane, and then select the ISO Data Import in the task
pane.
Step 2 Select Edit Task on the shortcut menu.

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The Data Import Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-19.
Figure 4-19 Data Import Task Setting dialog boxIOS Data Import

Table 4-7 describes the elements in the Data Import Task Setting dialog box.
Table 4-7 Descriptions of the Data Import Task Setting dialog box
Element
Basic

Description
Task Name

The name of the task.


The default name is IOS Data Import.

Data Path

Select the directory of the file to be imported.

Execute At Once

Execute the task at once.


If you manually import the data, select this
option.

Execute As Plan

Execute the task according the plan set in the


Trigger Time field.
You can set Begin Time and Granularity in the
Trigger Time field. And only when Active Task
is selected, the task can be executed.

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Element
Trigger Time

Description
Begin Time

Set the begin time to import the data.


It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Granularity

Set Granularity to import the data in interval


after the begin time.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Data Process

Do not process

Do not to process data file after the data is


imported.

Delete all data


files after
importing

Delete all data files after the data is imported.

After import,
move date files to

Click

to select a path.

Move the data file to the selected directory after


the data is imported.

Step 3 Type task name, and select the directory of the file to be imported.
Step 4 Select task execution type.
z

Select Execute At Once to import the data manually.

Select Execute As Plan to import the data automatically, and set Begin Time and
Granularity in Trigger Time.

Step 5 Select data process type.


Step 6 Click OK.
----End

4.3.8 Deleting an IOS Data


To delete an IOS data, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Project View pane, and then select the IOS Data Delete in the task
pane.
Step 2 Select Edit Task on the shortcut menu.
The Data Delete Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-20.

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Figure 4-20 Data Delete Task Setting dialog boxIOS Data Delete

Table 4-8 describes the elements in the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box.
Table 4-8 Descriptions of the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box
Element
Manual

Description
Execute At Once

Execute the task at once.


To delete the data manually, select this option.

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Select All

Click to select all IOS data.

Select None

Click to select none of the IOS data.

Reverse

Click to select the IOS data reversely.

Data List

Lists the existing IOS data.

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Element
Task Run

Description
Execute As Plan

Execute the task according to the plan.


And only when Active Task is selected, the task
can be executed.

Task Name

The name of the task.


The default name is IOS Data Delete.

Data Reserved
Days

The days to reserve the IOS data after it is


deleted.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Begin Time

Set the begin time to delete the data.


It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Granularity

Set Granularity to delete data in interval after


the begin time.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Step 3 Set the elements in the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box, according to the descriptions in
the Table 4-8.
Step 4 Click OK.
----End

4.3.9 Importing a RTWP Data


RTWP data includes the following two formats:
z

Binary format

Text format

Importing the RTWP Data Binary format


To import the RTWP data in binary format, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Project View pane, and then select the RTWP Data Import in the task
pane.
Step 2 Select Edit Task on the shortcut menu.
The Data Import Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-21.

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Figure 4-21 Data Import Task Setting dialog boxRTWP Data Import

Table 4-9 describes the elements in the Data Import Task Setting dialog box.
Table 4-9 Descriptions of the Data Import Task Setting dialog box
Element
Basic

Description
Task Name

The name of the task.


The default name is RTWP Data Import.

Data Path

Select the directory of the file to be imported.

Execute At Once

Execute the task at once.


If you manually import the data, select this
option.

Execute As Plan

Execute the task according the plan set in the


Trigger Time field.
You can set Begin Time and Granularity in the
Trigger Time field. And only when Active Task
is selected, the task can be executed.

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Element

Description
TxtFile Set
RNCID and
CelllID

Trigger Time

Begin Time

Set the RNC ID and Cell ID that the imported


RTWP data of .txt format belongs to.
Only when the imported data is .txt format, this
field is available.
Set the begin time to import the data.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Granularity

Set Granularity to import data in interval after


the begin time.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Data Process

Do not process

Do not to process data file after the data is


imported.

Delete all data


files after
importing

Delete all data files after the data is imported.

After import,
move date files to

Click

to select a path.

Move the data file to the selected directory after


the data is imported.

Step 3 Type the task name, and select the directory of the data to be imported.
Step 4 Select the task execution type.
z

Select Execute At Once to import the data manually.

Select Execute As Plan to import the data automatically, and set Begin Time and
Granularity in Trigger Time.

Step 5 Select the data process type after import setting finishes.
Step 6 Click OK.
----End

Importing the RTWP Data in Text format


To import the RTWP data in text format, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Project View pane, and then select the RTWP Data Import in the task
pane.
The Data Import Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-21.
Step 2 Type the task name, and select the directory of the data to be imported.
Step 3 Select the task execution type.
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Select Execute As Plan to import the data automatically, and set Begin Time and
Granularity in Trigger Time.

Step 4 Click Enter Set Form on the Data Import Task Setting dialog box.
The RTWP TXT File Information dialog box is displayed, as shown Figure 4-22.
Figure 4-22 RTWP TXT File Information dialog box

Table 4-10 describes the elements in the RTWP TXT File Information dialog box.
Table 4-10 RTWP TXT File Information dialog box
Element

Description

ROWID

Row ID.

RNCID

RNC ID.
Click to input the RNC ID.

CELLID

Cell ID.
Click to input the cell ID.

FILE PATH

Display the directory and name of the data file.

Step 5 Input RNC ID and cell ID, click OK in the RTWP TXT File Information dialog box.
Step 6 Select the data process type after data file setting finishes.
Step 7 Click OK.
Return to the RTWP TXT File Information dialog box.
Step 8 Click OK to confirm.
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4.3.10 Deleting a RTWP Data


To delete a RTWP data, perform the following steps:
Step 1 Select a project in the Project View pane, and then select the RTWP Data Delete in the task
pane.
Step 2 Select Edit Task on the shortcut menu.
The Data Delete Task Setting dialog box is displayed, as shown in Figure 4-23.
Figure 4-23 Data Delete Task Setting dialog boxRTWP Data Delete

Table 4-11 describes the elements in the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box.

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Table 4-11 Descriptions of the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box
Element
Manual

Description
Execute At Once

Execute the task at once.


To delete the data manually, select this option.

Task Run

Select All

Click to select all RTWP data.

Select None

Click to select none of the RTWP data.

Reverse

Click to select the RTWP data reversely.

Data List

Lists the existing RTWP data.

Execute As Plan

Execute the task according to the plan.


And only when Active Task is selected, the task
can be executed.

Task Name

The name of the task.


The default name is RTWP Data Delete.

Data Reserved
Days

The days to reserve the RTWP data after it is


deleted.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Begin Time

Set the begin time to delete the data.


It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Granularity

Set Granularity to delete data in interval after


the begin time.
It is available only when Execute As Plan is
selected.

Step 3 Set the elements in the Data Delete Task Setting dialog box, according to the descriptions in
the Table 4-11.
Step 4 Click OK.
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