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This guide finalised on 04 July airco You can also access this Quick Reference at any time from the Help menu. AIRCOM OPTIMA is a network airco, management, reporting and monitoring software tool that logs and stores network parameters, enabling you to gain a complete understanding of the current and past performance of your network. You can define them to be generated as data is loaded, or you can define them to be generated based on complex patterns and trends over time. Work Areas are also used to organise user reports, views and web links for quick and easy access.
These are initially Home, Analysis, Administration, User Management and Utilities but the list will expand depending on the window panes that you have opened.
This table describes the initial tabs: Tab Description Home Enables you to create and manage your favourites. For more information, see About the Home Tab on page Analysis Enables you to perform a number of key tasks, including: Administration Enables you to perform a number of administrative tasks, including: About the Home Tab On the Home tab, you can access and manage your favourites. Favourites are module combinations, reports and work areas that you use regularly, and by defining them as a favourite you create a shortcut for them.
This means that you can access them quickly and easily. This picture shows an example Home tab: Button Name Description Manage Personal Opens the Manage Personal Favourites tab, on which you can create your Favourites own favourites, and organise them into groups. Personal Favourites Enables you to select which group of favourites is displayed. You can select any of the favourite groups belonging to the groups for which you are a member, and also: For more information, see Creating a Module on page Module Combinations Opens the Module Combinations tab, on which you can view and use module combinations.
For more information, see Creating a Module Combination on page For more information, see Creating a Work Area on page Reporter Reports Opens the Reports tab, on which you can create and manage reports.
For more information, see Creating a Report on page Schedules Opens the Schedules tab, on which you can create and manage schedules for when reports will run.
For more information, see Scheduling a Report on page For more information, see Creating a KPI on page Alarms Alarms Opens the Alarms tab, on which you can create and manage alarms. For more information, see Creating Alarms and Alarm Handlers on page Sandbox Sandbox Objects Opens the Sandbox Objects tab, on which you can create and view objects in the ‘Sandbox’ environment.
For more information, see General Data Explorer Open a new Data Explorer tab, on which you can view database tables and create modules and reports.
For more information, see Creating Filters on page Element Hierarchies Open the Element Hierarchies tab, on which you can create, edit and delete element hierarchies. Element hierarchies are re-usable SQL queries which enable you to display network elements in the form of a hierarchical tree. For more information, see Creating a Hierarchy on page These are described in the following table: This has priority over object security; for example, if you have Administration permissions for modules, you can edit any module on the Modules tab, regardless of whether you are a member of the owning group for a particular module.
For more information, see below. Object Object security has two sublevels: For example, if you specify that a particular group owns a report, only users who belong to that group can modify it – Other users can only see the object. However, User security always has priority over object security; for example, if you only have Read permissions for modules, you cannot edit a module on the Modules tab, even if you are a member of the group which owns it.
Any users with Administration permission for a functional area can edit objects within that area, regardless of their group membership. Folder Folder security is very similar to object security, and also has two sublevels: This also applies to its contents; you must own a folder to see the objects within it, regardless of whether you own the objects or not.
Folder security does not automatically cascade down to subfolders, although you can choose to do this when setting the folder security. The RBAC model is based on four logical entities – permissions, roles, profiles and users. This table describes these entities: Item Description Permission As the lowest level of entity, a permission is the ability to perform an operation on a particular resource within a function.
Role A role is a function-specific group of one or more permissions. Alarms Administrator is an example of a role, and could contain ‘Administer Alarms’ and ‘Administer Alarm Handlers’ permissions. Profile A profile is a group of one or more roles, collated to create a specific authorisation configuration. Super Administrator is an example of a profile, and could contain the Alarms Administrator, Sandbox Administrator and Filters Administrator roles.
Users must be assigned at least one profile at any time. For more information, contact your system DBA. You can use, edit, or delete them as required – however, you cannot edit or delete the OPTIMA Administrator application role or profile marked in brown.
See Creating a Query on page Custom views Custom views are reusable data queries that can be used How do I save a Query as a Custom in reports, modules, alarms, KPIs and other queries. View in the Sandbox? Filters Create a global or personal list of any elements.
How do I create a filter to use with my queries? See Creating Filters on page Hierarchies Create a global or personal hierarchy of network elements.
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How do I define my element hierarchies? See Creating a Hierarchy on page See Creating a KPI. See Creating a Module on page How do I create a combination of modules? See Creating a Module Combination on page Also use for How do I view all my data analysis ‘dashboard’ opyima of data items in one place like a dashboard? See Creating a Work Area.
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See Creating a Report on page How do I run a report? See Aaircom a Report on page Aiircom am familiar with the data analysis tools available in Excel, how can I make use of these tools for my PM data?
See Creating an Excel Report sircom page How do I schedule a report? See Scheduling a Report on page Favourites Add buttons for quickly launching reports, combinations How do I quickly open my most and work areas. See Defining Favourites on page Administration and Access to data analysis objects defined in the tool. How do I grant access on my objects security to other users that would find them helpful?
See Creating Alarms and Alarm Handlers on page All users can access the Data Explorer by clicking on the Data Explorer button. Alternately free form SQL can be entered directly. To open the Sandbox environment, on the Analysis tab, click the Sandbox Objects button. The Sandbox Objects tab appears. By default, this shows all Sandbox objects that are airfom active.
On this tab, you can view all of the objects created in the Sandbox environment, and also create tables, private links and synonyms, as well as view the Sandbox management settings.
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Creating Empty Tables To create an kptima table: The name of each Sandbox object must be unique; for example, you cannot use the same name for both optoma table and a database link.
To view the table script at any time, click the View Script button. Creating Tables with Data To create a table with preloaded data: A New Table with Data tab opens. To modify any of the column data for example, the Data Typedouble-click the appropriate cell and make the required changes. When the table data has been imported, you can view it on the Data Explorer tab.