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Site VELIZYBangalore Originators Anne DurandMithilesh K Singh Originators Anne DurandMithilesh K Singh System Sub-system Document Category : : :

EVOLIUM SAS MUSE M0 Analysis Application <domain>Viewers<release / step > MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers<release / step >

MUSE USER INTERFACE SPECIFICATION

ABSTRACT
This SFD UIS describes the "ReportsViewers for the MUSE Analysis Application. Approvals Dominique Morice DTL Test Team Leader

Name App. Name App.

Yannick Beucher DPM Michel Chevanne


STL

Jean-Yves Casalis
DTL

REVIEW
Ed 0x1 Proposal 1x Ed 01 Proposal 2 Ed 01 Released 24/03/05dat CreationReading report reference e 17/05/05 19/05/05 Proposal 2 Released

HISTORY
Ed 01 Proposal 1 Draft 1Ed x Proposal x Ed01 Proposal 1 Draft 2 Ed01 Proposal 1 Draft 3 Ed01 Proposal 1 Draft 4 Ed01 Proposal 2 Ed01 Released 24/03/05dat e 19/04/05 25/04/05 29/04/05 12/05/05 19/05/05 Creation Mithilesh K SinghComments of what goes in version since last version Review Comments of draft 1 incorporated. Review Comments of draft 2 incorporated Review comments of draft 3 incorporated. Review comments given in proposal 1 incorporated. Review Comments of Proposal 2 incorporated.

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USER INTERFACE SPECIFICATION

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1 INTRODUCTION.............................................................................................................................. 10 1.1 Intended Audience.................................................................................................................. 10 1.2 Scope........................................................................................................................................ 10 1.2.1 Document Scope............................................................................................................... 10 1.2.2 Edition Scope.................................................................................................................... 10 2 MAIN WINDOW................................................................................................................................ 12 2.1 General .................................................................................................................................... 12 2.2 GUI Layout............................................................................................................................... 12 2.2.1 Executed View Browser..................................................................................................... 14 3 VIEW TEMPLATE MANAGEMENT................................................................................................. 21 3.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 21 3.2 Use Cases................................................................................................................................ 21 3.3 Access...................................................................................................................................... 21 3.4 GUI Layout............................................................................................................................... 23 3.4.1 Create View Template....................................................................................................... 27 3.4.2 Copy View Template......................................................................................................... 42 3.4.3 Edit View Template............................................................................................................ 42 3.4.4 Delete View Template....................................................................................................... 42 3.5 Dynamic Behavior................................................................................................................... 43 3.5.1 Create View Template....................................................................................................... 43 3.5.2 Copy View Template......................................................................................................... 44 3.5.3 Edit View Template............................................................................................................ 45 3.5.4 Delete View Template....................................................................................................... 45 3.5.5 Dynamic Behavior of Color and Pattern Window...............................................................47 3.6 GUI Errors................................................................................................................................ 48 4 DISPLAY QOS VALUES................................................................................................................. 50 4.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 50 4.2 Use Cases................................................................................................................................ 50 4.3 Access...................................................................................................................................... 50 4.4 GUI Layout............................................................................................................................... 54 4.4.1 Execute View(s)................................................................................................................. 58 4.4.2 Copy an Executed View.................................................................................................... 59 4.4.3 Rename an Executed View (not in M0 Step 1)..................................................................59 4.4.4 Save Executed View as Template (not in M0 Step 1)........................................................59 4.4.5 Close Executed View ........................................................................................................ 59 4.5 Dynamic Behavior................................................................................................................... 60 4.5.1 Execute View..................................................................................................................... 66 4.5.2 Copy an Executed View.................................................................................................... 68 4.5.3 Rename Executed View.................................................................................................... 68 4.5.4 Close View......................................................................................................................... 69 4.6 GUI Errors................................................................................................................................ 70 5 INTERACTIVE EDITING AN EXECUTED VIEW TABULAR MODE............................................72 MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 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5.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 72 5.2 Use Cases................................................................................................................................ 72 5.3 Access...................................................................................................................................... 73 5.4 GUI Layout............................................................................................................................... 73 5.4.1 Change View Display type................................................................................................. 73 5.4.2 Spatial roll-up / drill down in view (Not in M0 Step 1).........................................................73 5.4.3 Temporal roll-up / drill down in view (Not in M0 Step 1)....................................................73 5.4.4 Highlighting in View........................................................................................................... 73 5.4.5 Show Legend..................................................................................................................... 74 5.4.6 Filtering in View (Not in M0 Step 1)...................................................................................74 5.4.7 Tabular State of the Art Facilities in View..........................................................................74 5.5 Dynamic Behavior................................................................................................................... 74 5.5.1 Change View Display Type ............................................................................................... 74 5.5.2 Highlighting........................................................................................................................ 75 5.5.3 Show Legend..................................................................................................................... 76 5.5.4 Tabular State of the Art Facilities in View..........................................................................77 5.5.5 Save Executed View as Template (Not in M0 Step1)........................................................77 5.6 GUI Errors................................................................................................................................ 78 6 INTERACTIVE EDITING AN EXECUTED VIEW GRAPHICAL MODE........................................79 6.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 79 6.2 Use Cases................................................................................................................................ 79 6.3 Access...................................................................................................................................... 80 6.4 GUI Layout............................................................................................................................... 80 6.4.1 Cursor Facilities................................................................................................................. 80 6.4.2 Zoom in and Zoom out...................................................................................................... 80 6.4.3 Change View Display type................................................................................................. 80 6.4.4 Rotating / Inversing View Axes.......................................................................................... 80 6.4.5 Display Grid in View.......................................................................................................... 81 6.4.6 Spatial roll-up / drill down in view.......................................................................................81 6.4.7 Temporal roll-up / drill down in view..................................................................................81 6.5 Dynamic Behavior................................................................................................................... 81 6.6 GUI Errors................................................................................................................................ 81 7 EDITING AN EXECUTED VIEW USING DIALOG BOX..................................................................82 7.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 82 7.2 Use Cases................................................................................................................................ 82 7.3 Access...................................................................................................................................... 82 7.4 GUI Layout............................................................................................................................... 82 7.4.1 Edit Executed View Properties.......................................................................................... 86 7.5 Dynamic Behavior................................................................................................................... 86 7.5.1 Edit Executed View Properties By Dialog Box ..................................................................87 7.6 GUI Errors................................................................................................................................ 87 8 EXPORT (NOT IN M0 STEP1)......................................................................................................... 88 8.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 88 8.2 Use Cases................................................................................................................................ 88 8.3 Access...................................................................................................................................... 88 8.4 GUI Layout............................................................................................................................... 88 8.4.1 Export View....................................................................................................................... 88 8.4.2 Copy/Paste ....................................................................................................................... 89 8.5 Dynamic Behavior................................................................................................................... 89 8.6 GUI Errors................................................................................................................................ 89 9 USER PREFERENCES (NOT IN M0 STEP1)..................................................................................90 MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3/113

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9.1 General..................................................................................................................................... 90 9.2 Use Cases................................................................................................................................ 90 9.3 Access...................................................................................................................................... 90 9.4 GUI Layout............................................................................................................................... 90 9.4.1 Configuring User Preferences........................................................................................... 90 9.5 Dynamic Behavior................................................................................................................... 91 9.6 GUI Errors................................................................................................................................ 91 10 MENUBAR AND POPUP MENUS................................................................................................. 92 10.1 Use CasesToolbar................................................................................................................. 92 10.1.1 Sub group of use cases if necessary ..............................................................................97 10.2 Another group Popup Menu............................................................................................. 97 10.2.1 Edit Executed View Properties........................................................................................ 98 10.3 Dynamic Behavior................................................................................................................. 98 10.3.1 Edit Executed View Properties By Dialog Box ................................................................99 10.4 GUI Errors.............................................................................................................................. 99 11 EXPORT (NOT IN M0 STEP1)..................................................................................................... 100 11.1 General................................................................................................................................. 100 11.2 Use Cases............................................................................................................................ 100 11.3 Access.................................................................................................................................. 100 11.4 GUI Layout........................................................................................................................... 100 11.4.1 Export View................................................................................................................... 100 11.4.2 Copy/Paste ................................................................................................................... 101 11.5 Dynamic Behavior............................................................................................................... 101 11.6 GUI Errors............................................................................................................................ 101 12 USER PREFERENCES (NOT IN M0 STEP1)..............................................................................102 12.1 General................................................................................................................................. 102 12.2 Use Cases............................................................................................................................ 102 12.3 Access.................................................................................................................................. 102 12.4 GUI Layout........................................................................................................................... 102 12.4.1 Configuring User Preferences.......................................................................................102 12.5 Dynamic Behavior............................................................................................................... 103 12.6 GUI Errors............................................................................................................................ 103 13 MENUBAR AND POPUP MENUS............................................................................................... 104 13.1 Use CasesToolbar............................................................................................................... 104 13.1.1 Sub group of use cases if necessary ............................................................................111 13.2 Another group Popup Menu........................................................................................... 111 13.2.1 Popup Menu on View.................................................................................................... 111 13.2.2 Popup Menu on selection of row/column.......................................................................112 13.2.3 Popup Menu on View Tab............................................................................................. 113

TABLE OF FIGURES
FIGURE 1: MODES AND FUNCTIONS MAIN WINDOW...................................................................13 FIGURE 2: EXAMPLE OF AN EXECUTED VIEW BROWSER - TABULAR MODE.........................14 MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 4/113

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FIGURE 3: EXAMPLE OF AN EXECUTED VIEW BROWSER - GRAPHICAL MODE.....................16 FIGURE 4: ACCESS VIEW TEMPLATE EDITOR ............................................................................23 FIGURE 5: VIEW TEMPLATE EDITOR.............................................................................................. 23 FIGURE 6: VIEW TEMPLATE PROPERTIES PANEL .....................................................................28 FIGURE 7: COLOR AND PATTERN (STYLE) CHOICE DIALOG BOX.............................................41 FIGURE 8: CONFIRMATION MESSAGE DELETE.........................................................................43 FIGURE 9: CREATE VIEW TEMPLATE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR.....................................................43 FIGURE 10: COPY VIEW TEMPLATE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR.......................................................44 FIGURE 11: EDIT VIEW TEMPLATE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR.........................................................45 FIGURE 12: DELETE VIEW TEMPLATE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR...................................................46 FIGURE 13: VIEW TEMPLATE COMMON CHARACTERISTICS DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR.............47 FIGURE 14: COLOR AND PATTERN DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR...........................................................48 FIGURE 15: WARNING POPUP......................................................................................................... 49 FIGURE 16: ACCESS EXECUTION CONTEXT WINDOW................................................................51 FIGURE 17: ACCESS COPY EXECUTED VIEW...............................................................................52 FIGURE 18: ACCESS RENAME EXECUTED VIEW..........................................................................53 FIGURE 19: ACCESS TO CLOSE EXECUTED VIEW.......................................................................53 FIGURE 20: ACCESS CLOSE ALL EXECUTED VIEW.....................................................................54 FIGURE 21: EXECUTION CONTEXT WINDOW................................................................................55 FIGURE 22: SAVE VIEW AS TEMPLATE DIALOG BOX..................................................................59 FIGURE 23: EXAMPLE VIEW TABULAR MODE MONO-OBJECT EVOLUTION..........................60 FIGURE 24: EXAMPLE VIEW TABULAR MODE MULTI-OBJECT COMPARISON......................61 FIGURE 25: EXAMPLE VIEW TABULAR MODE - MULTI-OBJECT EVOLUTION...........................62 FIGURE 26: EXAMPLE VIEW GRAPHICAL MODE MULTI-OBJECT COMPARISON..................62 FIGURE 27: EXAMPLE VIEW GRAPHICAL MODE MULTI-OBJECT EVOLUTION......................63 FIGURE 28: EXAMPLE VIEW GRAPHICAL MODE MONO-OBJECT EVOLUTION......................63 FIGURE 29: EXAMPLE VIEW GRAPHICAL MODE MULTI-OBJECT EVOLUTION (100% STACKED FORMAT)..................................................................................................................... 64 FIGURE 30: EXAMPLE VIEW GRAPHICAL MODE MULTI-OBJECT EVOLUTION (LINE FORMAT)....................................................................................................................................... 64 FIGURE 31: EXAMPLE VIEW GRAPHICAL MODE MULTI-OBJECT EVOLUTION (BAR CHART FORMAT)....................................................................................................................................... 65 FIGURE 32: EXAMPLE VIEW GRAPHICAL MODE MULTI-OBJECT EVOLUTION (STACKED COLUMN FORMAT)...................................................................................................................... 65 FIGURE 33: EXAMPLE VIEW GRAPHICAL MODE MULTI-OBJECT EVOLUTION (PRIMARY AND SECONDARY GRAPHICS)........................................................................................................... 66 FIGURE 34: EXECUTE VIEW- DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR......................................................................67 MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 5/113

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FIGURE 35: COPY EXECUTED VIEW DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR.......................................................68 FIGURE 36: RENAME EXECUTED VIEW DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR.................................................68 FIGURE 37: CLOSE EXECUTED VIEW DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR....................................................69 FIGURE 38: CLOSE ALL EXECUTED VIEW DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR............................................70 FIGURE 39: CHANGE VIEW DISPLAY TYPE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR...........................................75 FIGURE 40: HIGHLIGHTING DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR.....................................................................76 FIGURE 41: SHOW LEGEND DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR.......................................................................77 FIGURE 42: SAVE VIEW AS TEMPLATE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR.................................................78 FIGURE 43: EXECUTED VIEW PROPERTIES..................................................................................82 FIGURE 4445: EXECUTED VIEW PROPERTIES EXECUTION CONTEXT....................................85 FIGURE 4445: EXECUTED VIEW PROPERTIES EXECUTION CONTEXT....................................85 FIGURE 46: EXECUTED VIEW PROPERTIES SPATIAL SCOPE.................................................86 FIGURE 4748: EDIT EXECUTED VIEW PROPERTIES DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR.............................87 FIGURE 4748: EDIT EXECUTED VIEW PROPERTIES DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR.............................87 FIGURE 4950: EXPORT VIEWS......................................................................................................... 88 FIGURE 4950: EXPORT VIEWS......................................................................................................... 88 FIGURE 5152: ERROR MESSAGE- EXPORT FAILURE...................................................................89 FIGURE 5152: ERROR MESSAGE- EXPORT FAILURE...................................................................89 FIGURE 5354: ERROR MESSAGE COPY FAILURE.....................................................................89 FIGURE 5354: ERROR MESSAGE COPY FAILURE.....................................................................89 FIGURE 5556: PROPAGATION MODES FOR TABULAR VIEW......................................................92 FIGURE 5556: PROPAGATION MODES FOR TABULAR VIEW......................................................92 FIGURE 5758: PROPAGATION MODES FOR GRAPHICAL VIEW.................................................93 FIGURE 5758: PROPAGATION MODES FOR GRAPHICAL VIEW.................................................93 FIGURE 5960: CURSOR MODES...................................................................................................... 93 FIGURE 5960: CURSOR MODES...................................................................................................... 93 FIGURE 6162: CURSOR MODE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR................................................................94 FIGURE 6162: CURSOR MODE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR................................................................94 FIGURE 6364: POPUP MENU ON VIEW FIGURE 6364: POPUP MENU ON VIEW .......................................................................................97 .......................................................................................97

FIGURE 6566: POPUP MENU ON ROW/COLUMN...........................................................................98 FIGURE 6566: POPUP MENU ON ROW/COLUMN...........................................................................98 FIGURE 67: EXECUTED VIEW PROPERTIES SPATIAL SCOPE.................................................98 FIGURE 68: EDIT EXECUTED VIEW PROPERTIES DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR.................................99 FIGURE 69: EXPORT VIEWS........................................................................................................... 100 MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 6/113

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FIGURE 70: ERROR MESSAGE- EXPORT FAILURE.....................................................................101 FIGURE 71: ERROR MESSAGE COPY FAILURE.......................................................................101 FIGURE 72: PROPAGATION MODES FOR TABULAR VIEW........................................................105 FIGURE 73: PROPAGATION MODES FOR GRAPHICAL VIEW...............................................105 FIGURE 74: SHOW LEGEND........................................................................................................... 105 FIGURE 75: CURSOR MODES........................................................................................................ 106 FIGURE 76: CURSOR MODE DYNAMIC BEHAVIOR..................................................................107 FIGURE 77: POPUP MENU ON VIEW............................................................................................. 112 FIGURE 78: POPUP MENU ON ROW/COLUMN.............................................................................112 FIGURE 79: POPUP MENU ON VIEW TAB.....................................................................................113

TABLE OF TABLES
TABLE 1: DESCRIPTION OF EXECUTED VIEW BROWSER - GRAPHICAL MODE.......................18 TABLE 2: DESCRIPTION OF EXECUTED VIEW BROWSER - TABULAR MODE...........................20 TABLE 3: DRAG AND DROP OBJECT TABLE ON EXECUTED VIEW BROWSER........................20 TABLE 4: VIEW TEMPLATE EDITOR CHARACTERISTICS............................................................25 TABLE 5: DESCRIPTION OF VIEW TEMPLATE EDITOR................................................................27 TABLE 6: VIEW TEMPLATE EDITOR DRAG AND DROP................................................................27 TABLE 7: VIEW TEMPLATE PROPERTIES......................................................................................40 TABLE 8: COLOR AND PATTERN CHOICE.....................................................................................42 TABLE 9: DRAG AND DROP OBJECT ON VIEW PROPERTIES PANEL........................................42 TABLE 10: PARAMETERS FOR EXECUTION CONTEXT................................................................58 TABLE 11: EXECUTION CONTEXT STARTING AND ENDING DATE.............................................59 TABLE 12: ONE NETWORK OBJECT, MULTIPLE INDICATORS, AND DATE INTERVAL............60 TABLE 13:ONE NETWORK OBJECT, MULTIPLE COUNTERS, DATE INTERVAL, AND PERIODICITY OTHER THAN RAW............................................................................................... 60 TABLE 14: MULTIPLE NETWORK OBJECT, ONE INDICATOR, AND DATE INTERVAL...............61 TABLE 15: MULTIPLE NETWORK OBJECTS, ONE COUNTER, DATE INTERVAL, AND PERIODICITY OTHER THAN RAW............................................................................................... 61 TABLE 16: MULTIPLE NETWORK OBJECT, MULTIPLE INDICATORS, ONE DATE.....................61 TABLE 17: MULTIPLE NETWORK OBJECTS, MULTIPLE COUNTERS, ONE DATE, PERIODICITY OTHER THAN RAW...................................................................................................................... 61 TABLE 18: HIGH LIGHTING COLORS FOR INDICATOR VALUES.................................................73 TABLE 19: DESCRIPTION OF EXECUTED VIEW PROPERTIES....................................................83 TABLE 20: DRAGGABLE AND DROPPABLE OBJECT ON EXECUTED VIEW..............................83 TABLE 2122: CONFIGURABLE USER PREFERENCES................................................................90 MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 7/113

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TABLE 2122: CONFIGURABLE USER PREFERENCES................................................................90 TABLE 2324: DESCRIPTION OF TOOLBAR BUTTON(EXECUTED VIEW BROWSER).................96 TABLE 2324: DESCRIPTION OF TOOLBAR BUTTON(EXECUTED VIEW BROWSER).................96 TABLE 25: CONFIGURABLE USER PREFERENCES..................................................................102 TABLE 26: CHARACTERISTIC OF SHOW LEGEND..................................................................106 TABLE 27: SHOW LEGEND DIALOG BOX DESCRIPTION...........................................................106 TABLE 28: DESCRIPTION OF TOOLBAR BUTTON FOR GRAPHICAL MODE (EXECUTED VIEW BROWSER)................................................................................................................................. 109 TABLE 29: DESCRIPTION OF TOOLBAR BUTTON FOR TABULAR MODE (EXECUTED VIEW BROWSER)................................................................................................................................. 110

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PREFACE
This document describes the user interface of the technical features provided by MUSE in the frame of the M0 Step 1 release.

OPEN POINTS / ACTION POINTS / RESTRICTIONS TABLE OF OPENPOINTS


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Open Point 1: Open Point 2: Open Point 3: Open Point 4: Open Point 5: Open Point 6: Open Point 10: Open Point 11: Open Point 12:

Reference Document Icon to be used for MUSE Tool used to draw the windows in this document Dockable/Undockable views are not part of M0 Step1 Error messages Size of String text in dialog boxes. Icon on the toolbar Proposed icon for Toggle to Graphical Proposed icon for displaying Grid

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1 INTRODUCTION
1.1 Intended Audience

The intended audience of this document is all persons involved in the specification, architecture and design of the network configuration management system and also marketing people in order to understand how to operate the system. It is assumed that the reader has the following background: Knowledge of UML notation Knowledge of network management concept

1.2

Scope

1.2.1 Document Scope The aim of this document is to describe the graphical user interface features for the <domain name> domainviewer domain in MUSEAnalysis Desktop: Description of Viewer Use Cases from a users point of view Display the related GUI. Show how to perform the functions. 1.2.2 Edition Scope The Edition 1 describes the Analysis Desktop impacts of the <domain> featuresviewer features for M0 Step 1. The scope of this edition is MUSE M0 Step1. The followings are some restrictions on the use cases that are included in this document but not part of the MUSE Step1: Sub Use Case AD003-04 Copy View Template (not in M0 Step1) Sub Use Case AD003-06 Copy Executed View (not in M0 Step1) Sub Use Case AD003-07 Rename Executed View (not in M0 Step1) Sub Use Case AD003-08 Copy/Paste to System Clipboard (not in M0 Step1) Sub Use Case AD003-14 Save View as Template (not in M0 Step1) Sub Use Case AD003-22 Filtering in View (not in M0 Step1) Sub Use Case AD003-23 Spatial Roll-up / Drill-down in view (not in M0 Step1) Sub Use Case AD003-24 Temporal Roll-up / Drill-down in view (not in M0 Step1) Sub Use Case AD003-25 Export Views (not in M0 Step1) Sub Use Case AD006-01 Configuring User Preferences (not in M0 Step1) Sub Use Case AD006-02 Saving User Preferences (not in M0 Step1)

The windows shown in this document are not the actual windows of the application. The windows shown in this document gives the conceptualization of the window and UIS developer can consider these windows as basis of the development but the actual windows may give different look and feel. MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 10/113

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Note: 1. Function is the generic term used in this document to refer to individual objects of a Data group or Analysis Service class. So, depending on the considered domain, a function is a counter, an indicator or a view template. 2. If there is any conflict between the table displayed and figure shown, then the table is to be used as reference.

3. There are formatting checks based on the format of the editable fields described in the GUI layout tables. These checks are made on the fly. These checks are not mentioned in the state chart diagrams. 4. There are dropping checks based on drop target information described in GUI layout tables. These checks are made on the fly (while dragging) and the cursor is updated. These checks are not mentioned in the state chart diagrams. 5. The dialog boxes should appear at their preferred size such that all is visible. They should be resizable. When being resized to a smaller size that would hide certain elements, scrollbars are not added and the buttons like OK, Cancel should remain visible with interior data being made smaller. OPEN POINTS Open Point 1: Here is an example open point.This document is based on MUSE M0 SSRS Viewers. This document will need to be updated when SSRS Viewers document changes. Open Point 2: All the windows will have product icon on the upper left corner. Presently the icon is not decided, so none of the windows shown here have the product icon. But actual windows will have the product icon. Open Point 3: Microsoft visio has been used for development of these screens. The actual windows will be developed using Java Swing. Open Point 4: The dockable and undockable views are not part of M0 Step1. Open Point 5: Error messages will be updated in Edition 2. Open Point 6: The correct size of text strings in dialog boxes will be in Edition 2.

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2 MAIN WINDOW
2.1 General

Viewer domain is a part of GUI client in MUSE Analysis Desktop application. This domain allows the user to display the results coming from analysis services in the tabular/graphical type.format. The view can be createdas templates and executed by selecting network objects and functionsview templates. The view can also be created interactively by selecting network object and indicators / counters. This information comes from any optimization service. The table mode displaysa viewer that contains exact values of analysis services outputs in a table. The graphic mode displays analysis outputs with curves, histograms with scales and legends. The main window contains menu bar, toolbar, Mode Browser and an Executed View Browser at the bottom.

2.2

GUI Layout

The following is the main window of Analysis Desktop:

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Refer to Figure 2

Figure 1: Modes and Functions Main Window The Main Window displays the network objects in topology trees and Analysis Services and Data in other trees grouped by their type of data. Only one topology tree and one Analysis Services and Data tree is visible at a time. Here in every subpart (both tree and Executed View Browser) is resizable, operator can expand or reduce the size of tree or Executed View Browser by just stretching boundaries inside and outside. Mode selects both the classification and analysis services. But there are multiple views that are not tied to the modes, classification and functions. The Executed View Browser part in the main window is shown as below:

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Figure 2: Example of an Executed View Browser - Tabular Mode The main window has menu bar and tool bar, which are applicable for all parts of the window. Executed View Browser has also a toolbar, which will be specific to Executed View Browser. The buttons on the toolbar are activated or grayed dynamically. For detail on the topology and Function part of the main window, refer to UIS of Modes and Functions. 2.2.1 Executed View Browser Executed View Browser consists of three parts: 2.2.1.1 Executed View Tabs Toolbar Display Area Executed View Tabs It contains the executed view tabs. Each tab has an icon to close the executed view and displays the name of the view. The tooltip on the view tab is <view name>_<object type>_<period type>_n. Here n is a positive integer value. Toolbar Each executed view has a toolbar with the following buttons: 1. Display type toggle button (tabular/graphical) 2. Save (Save Executed View as Template) (not in M0 Step1) 3. Zoom in MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 14/113

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4. Zoom out 5. Export Executed View (not in M0 Step 1) 6. Display Grid in View 7. Highlight 8. Spatial Rollup (not in M0 Step1) 9. Spatial Drill Down (not in M0 Step1) 10. Temporal Rollup (not in M0 Step1) 11. Temporal Drill Down (not in M0 Step1) 12. Rotate Axis 13. Propagate Selection 14. Filter (not in M0 Step 1) 15. Cursor Mode 16. Show Legend Refer to section 13.1 Toolbar for description of the buttons on the toolbar 2.2.1.3 Display Area

The display area of the executed view browser is used to display the view data in tabular or graphical form. Refer to Figure 2: Example of an Executed View Browser - Tabular Mode for Tabular display of view data. The following figure displays the view data in graphical form.

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Figure 3: Example of an Executed View Browser - Graphical Mode

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The following table describes the Executed View Browser in Graphical mode: Parameter Name
Executed View Tabs

Description
Executed View Tab contains the list of executed view. Each has an icon to close the view and view name.

Graphical Object
Tab Browser

Keyboard Access
NA

Toolbar

Buttons appearing in on the left side of the graph. For detail of toolbar refer to section Table 28: Description of Toolbar button for Graphical Mode (Executed View Browser)
It is the title as specified in the view template properties, or the default title if the view was created interactively. <title>-QoS Requirement Level: <level> Legend used to indicate different parameter (cell in the above example shown) in the graph. The QoS Values of the network objects for the counters or indicators specified at a specified time.

Icons

NA

Title

Caption (String)

NA

Legend

Graph element

NA

Data

Data represented in the chosen graphical format as specified in the view template

NA

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X-Axis

Y-Axis

Horizontal Scrollbar

Vertical Scrollbar

X-Axis represents the date in the graph shown. The data on the x-Axis depend on the user choice. In the graph shown for the percentage, YAxis represents percentage. There can be 2 Y-Axes - one on the left for Primary Graph and One on the Right for the Secondary Graph as specified in the View Template Properties. The data on the Y-Axis depend on the user choice. The horizontal scrollbar becomes active when the data on x-axis is beyond display area, otherwise it will be hidden. The vertical scrollbar becomes active when the data on y-axis is beyond display area, otherwise it will be hidden.

properties. Graph - Axis

NA

Graph - Axis

Scrollbar

NA

Scrollbar

NA

Table 1: Description of Executed View Browser - Graphical Mode The following table describes the Executed View Browser in Tabular mode: Parameter Description Graphical Keyboard Name Object Access
Executed View Tabs Executed View Tab contains the list of executed view. Each has an icon to close the view and view Tab Browser NA

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name. Toolbar

Buttons appearing in on the left side of the graph. For detail of toolbar refer to section Table 28: Description of Toolbar button for Graphical Mode (Executed View Browser)
It is the title as specified in the view template properties, or the default title if the view was created interactively. <title>-QoS Requirement Level: <level> The QoS Values of the network objects for the counters or indicators specified at a specified time.

Icons

NA

Title

Caption (String)

NA

Data

Row Header

The row header is the first column. Also the Row Header displays the network objects, counters, or indicators depending on the type of view. In the executed views the name of the indicator/counter needs to be followed by its short name and by its unit. <Indicator/Counte r name> (<short name>) (<unit>)

The data is shown in different table cells. The values may be Highlighted and Selected. Rows and Columns may also be selected in which case the values are shown in reverse colors. Table Row

NA

NA

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Column Header

Horizontal Scrollbar

Vertical Scrollbar

The column header is the first row. It displays the Date, Counters or Indicators depending on the type of view. In the executed views the name of the indicator/counter needs to be followed by its short name and by its unit. <Indicator/Counte r name> (<short name>) (<unit>) The horizontal scrollbar becomes active when the display area cant show all the columns in the table. Otherwise scrollbar is hidden. The vertical scrollbar becomes active when the data on display area cant show all the rows of the table, otherwise it is hidden.

Table Column

NA

Scrollbar

NA

Scrollbar

Table 2: Description of Executed View Browser - Tabular Mode Note: The corner cell (the intersection between the row and column headers) displays other information concerning the data either network object, counter, indicator, or date. The Row and Columns may be inversed in which case these values are switched. The following table describes the dragable and droppable objects on executed view browser:
Parameter Name Executed browser view Allowed Objects Dragable Allowed Droppable Objects

One or more Network Objects AND One or more counter OR indicator OR View template (User cannot drop a non-double selection, for example network objects without functions. User cannot mix in a same selection counters with indicators and/or view templates) Table 3: Drag and Drop Object Table on Executed View Browser

None

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3 VIEW TEMPLATE MANAGEMENT


3.1 General

Each view template defines the representation of a group of QoS Indicators, which can be displayed as: 1. Tabular Form 2. Graphical Form Each view template has a default matrix and graphtable defined for displaying QoS data. Graph representations are used when generating a QoS report.for displaying QoS data.defined in the view template are optional. The view templates can be private or public, when user tries to create public view template then notification is sent to all other active Analysis Desktop users. Selecting the network objects and giving the execution context as input can execute these view templates as view in tabular/graphical viewer. The view template can be saved in the system and later it can be used for creating an executed view by selecting the network object. Note: When a view has been created interactively counters can be used. So when a view has been created using counters it will show counters otherwise not.

3.2

Use Cases

Sub Use Case AD003-01 Create View Template Sub Use Case AD003-02 Edit View Template Sub Use Case AD003-03 Delete View Template Sub Use Case AD003-04 Copy View Template

3.3

Access

View Template Editor can be launched from Menu bar, from Popup menu in the view template tree or from Executed View Browser. For example, right click on mouse when focus is in View Template Tree, a popup menu will appear with option View Template Editor, click on the option and the View Template editor will be launched. The view can also be deleted from the view template tree. User selects the view template to be deleted and right click on the mouse button a popup menu is displayed with Delete option provided the user has authorization to delete the view template otherwise the Delete option will be shown in gray.

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From Menu Bar

From Popup Menu on View Template Tree

Edited View Template is the View Template selected in the View Template Tree

Need to check if any View Template Editor is opened View Template Editor Already Open? No Display Empty Property Panel No Yes

Selected Objects? Yes

View Template can be deleted from Popup Menu on View Template Tree

View Template is shown selected in the left tree

AA
User Selects the View Template to be deleted and click on the right mouse button User authorization is validated? Is user authorized to delete the selected view template? Close

Display Object Properties

Gray View Properties Panel

No Yes User Click on the Delete option. No

Delete Option Greyed

Create/Copy/ Edit/Delete Want to Save Changes? No Yes Check for Availability Domain and Mandatory Fields Yes

Select View Template

If there is any view Template pending modification?

Are You sure to delete this view template? Yes View template is deleted, and view template tree is refreshed.

Pending Modifications? No Cancel the Requested Action

CC

Throw Error OK Not OK Save Changes

Which Action?

Cancel Pending Modifications

Select

Close Create/Copy/Edit/Delete

Close Window Delete Button is greyed, when the user does not have authorization to delete the selected view template.

AA

Selected View Template Properties is shown

Create View Template

Copy View Template

Edit View Template

Delete View Template

Refer to Create (CR)

Refer to Copy (CP)

Refer to Edit (ED)

Refer to Delete (DL)

Apply

Check Availability Domain and Mandatory Fields

Throw Error

Not OK OK

CC

Save Modifications

Refresh Template Tree

Refresh View Template Tree in AD

AA

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Figure 4: Access View Template Editor AA is the label given in the state chart diagram at View Template is shown selected in the Left Tree. CC is a label given in the State chart diagram of Figure 13: View Template Common Characteristics Dynamic Behavior. It is associated with User Input.

3.4

GUI Layout

Figure 5: View Template Editor Note: QoS Counter tab displayed on the view template editor will be shown only when the view displayed contains the counter. The views, which are having QoS Indicators, will not have counters. Similarly the views, which are having QoS Counters, will not have QoS Indicators. The horizontal and vertical scrollbar shown in the view template editor will be active only when the data is beyond the display area, otherwise it will be hidden. In the window shown above, the data is not shown in property editor and the QoS Indicators, QoS Counters. This is just the layout of the view template editor. The view template editor has splitter after View Template Tree and after Properties windows. User can use the splitter to adjust the display area. The splitter position is saved in the user preference. When the same user launches the view template editor next time, it reads the previous configuration of the window. A user can launch only once instance of the View Template Editor. View Template Editor consists of four parts: 1. View Template Tree: The View Template Tree displays the list of View Templates just as displayed in the Function Browser. When view templates are selected, available commands are updated according to their state and to user rights. The user can see the properties of any view template. 2. Commands: The list of commands is automatically updated based on selected view template. A user can edit and delete a view only when the user is the owner of the view. If there is a public view template not owned by the current owner, then the user can see the properties and copy the view template if desired. MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 23/113

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3. Property Editor: Property Editor will display all view template properties. When some input fields required to be chosen from indicator/counter list, these can be dropped directly in the property editor from the sub object selection list. For the details of the property editor refer to Figure 6: View Template Properties Panel . If the user owns the displayed view, the user can update the view otherwise all the fields are shown in gray. 4. Sub-Object Selection List: These are the list of QoS Indicators / Counters. Depending on the selection in the View Template list and commands the sub-selection object list gets updated automatically. The QoS Indicators and QoS Counters can be dropped just in the tabular view section. The following figure gives the symbolic representation of the Figure 5: View Template Editor. Splitters are shown in grey.gray.

Splitters

View Template Tree

Commands Panel

Properties Panel

Sub Object Selection List

The following table gives the detail of the View Template Editor: Parameter Name
Dialog Box Title Title Buttons Bar

Description
View Template Editor

Graphical Object
Title Bar of Dialog Box Close, Minimize and Maximize icon

Keyboard Access
NA NA

Buttons appearing in upper-righthand corner of the title bar


Able to resize the dialog box Left Splitter is used to adjust the View Template Tree size Right Splitter is used to adjust the Sub-object Selection list size The user can have only one instance of View Template

Resizable Left Splitter

Resizable by dragging edges and corners Splitter

Default resize keyboard access NA

Right Splitter

Instance Number

NA

NA

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Modality

Editor The View Template Editor is a modeless window

NA

NA

Table 4: View Template Editor Characteristics The followings table gives the description of the graphical objects used in the View Template Editor window: Parameter Name
View Template Tree

Description
The tree displayed here is same the one in the View Template Browser. See SSRS Modes and Functions. The tree displayed here is same the one in the View Template Browser. See SSRS Modes and Functions. Creating a view template Creating a view template

Mandatory
Yes

Readonly
No

Default Value
N/A

Graphical Object
Muse Tree

Grayed
Never

Keyboard Access
Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

View Template Tree

Yes

NA

N/A

Muse Tree

No

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

Create Create

Yes Yes

Yes Yes

Create Create

Button Button

Never Yes when the user does not have the rights needed. Never

Tab, Spacebar Tab, Spacebar

Copy

Copy

To make a copy of the selected View template To make a copy of the selected View template To Edit the selected View

Yes

Yes

Copy

Button

Tab, Spacebar Tab, Spacebar

Yes

Yes

Copy

Button

Edit

Yes

Yes

Edit

Button

Edit

To Edit the selected View template

Yes

Yes

Edit

Button

Yes when the user does not have the rights needed. Yes, when the operator is not the owner of the selected View Template Yes, when the operator is not the owner of the

Tab, Spacebar

Tab, Spacebar

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Delete

To Delete the selected view

Yes

Yes

Delete

Button

Delete

To Delete the selected view template

Yes

Yes

Delete

Button

Properties Panel

Used to display the properties of selected view template

Yes

No

NA

Refer to View Template Properties Panel

QoS Indicators

QoS Counter

Apply

QoS Indicators can be dragged and dropped in tabular view. When QoS Indicators are shown, QoS Counters are not shown QoS Counters can be dragged and dropped in tabular view. When QoS Counters are shown, QoS Indicators are not shown. Apply button is the default button. This

Yes

No

NA

Muse Tree

selected View Template Yes, when the operator is not the owner of the selected View Template or View Template is a System view Yes, when the operator is not the owner of the selected View Template or View Template is a System view Yes, when the modification is applied, all the fields on the properties panel are shown in gray. Yes when view displayed does not contain indicators

Tab, Spacebar

Tab, Spacebar

Tab, Spacebar

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

Yes

No

NA

Muse Tree

Yes when view displayed does not contain counters

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

Yes

No

NA

Button

No

Tab, Enter

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Close

button is used to save the modifications done. When the modifications are applied (saved) then the selected View Template Properties are grayed, until user chooses to Edit again and click on the Edit button Close button is used to close the window, If the user has made some changes and the changes has not been applied, and user chooses to close the window then AD will gives the warning for saving.

Yes

No

NA

Button

No

Tab

Table 5: Description of View Template Editor The following table gives the description of dragable and droppable objects on view template editor:
Parameter Name View Template Tree Properties Panel QoS Indicators QoS Counters Allowed Dragable Objects Allowed Objects Droppable

None None QoS Indicators. User can drag One or more indicators at a time. QoS Counters. User can drag one or more counters at a time. Table 6: View Template Editor Drag and Drop

None None None None

3.4.1 Create View Template To Create a QoS View Template, In the View Template editor, click on the create button. The property editor will show the interface as below:

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Figure 6: View Template Properties Panel The list of indicators and counters displayed on Sub-Selection Object list of View Template Editor can be dragged and dropped in the tabular indicator list. The availability domain is updated automatically depending on the network object. The list of indicators can be dragged and dropped from tabular list to primary and secondary graphics indicator list. When a new view template is created the View Template list will get updated and list the new view template name. The following table gives the description of the window create view template: Parameter Name Description Mandatory Readonly Default Value Graphic al Object Grayed Keyboard Access

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View Template Name

Name of view to created

the be

Yes

View Template Name

Name of view to created

the be

Yes

No, view name can be updated by the owner of the view or administra tor Yes, except for creation.

ViewTem plate_<o wner>_n

Text Field (32 Characte rs)

The View Template Name is editable only when a view is created. Otherwise it is shown in grey. The View Template Name is editable only when a view is created. Otherwise it is shown in gray. Yes

Tab, Spacebar

ViewTem plate_<o wner>_n

Text Field (64 Characte rs)

Tab, Spacebar

Owner

User Who is creating the view Title view Title view of the

Yes

Yes

Title

Yes

No

Title

of

the

Yes

No

The name of the creator Same as View Template Name Same as View Template Name

Text Field (32 Characte rs) Text Field (64 Characte rs) Text Field (100 Characte rs)

Tab, Spacebar Tab, Spacebar Tab, Spacebar

No

No

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Family

Sub-Family

The family to which this view template belongs. The sub-family to which this view template belongs. Access rights for Public or Private

No

No

User defined User Defined

Text Field (32) Text Field (32)

Never

Tab, Spacebar Tab, Spacebar

No

No

Access Rights

Yes

No

Private

Preferred Display Type

Preferred Display Type

Description

Description

Creation Date Creation Date Last Update

The display type that the creator prefers to see the results in tabular, graphical or as user preference. See extension for details. The display type that the creator prefers to see the results in tabular, graphical or as user preference. See extension for details. Operator description for view template. This will be a large text box. Operator description for view template. This will be a large text box. Date when the view template was created Date when the view template was created Date when the View Template was last updated

Yes

No

Tabular

Drop down list Available rights are Public or Private Drop down list Tabular, Graphical or User Preferen ce

Yes, SubFamily is grayed until Family has value. Never

Tab, Spacebar

Never

Tab, Spacebar

Yes

No

Graphical

Drop down list Tabular, Graphical or User Preferen ce

Never

Tab, Spacebar

No

No

N/A

No

No

NA

Yes Yes Yes

Yes Yes Yes

Empty Empty Empty

Text Area (128 Characte rs) Text Area (512 Characte rs) Text Field Text Field Text Field

Never

Tab, Spacebar

Never

Tab, Spacebar

Yes Yes Yes

Tab, Spacebar Tab, Spacebar Tab, Spacebar

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System

True if this view template is a System view template thus it cannot be modified or deleted. False, otherwise. True if this view template is a System view template thus it cannot be modified or deleted. False, otherwise.

Yes

Yes

N/A

Checkbo x

System

Yes

Yes

NA

Checkbo x

The checkbox will be Checked when the view is a system view otherwise not. The checkbox will be Checked when the view is a system view otherwise not.

Tab, Spacebar

Tab, Spacebar

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Availability Domain

Scrollbar

Frame for Availability Domain Frame for Tabular View Frame Primary Graphics for

Frame for Secondary Graphics

Availability Domain is the view template availability both spatial and temporal. It is derived from availability domain of the indicators used in view template. Horizontal and vertical scrollbars are used to scroll the values horizontally and vertically. Frames are used to group all the related objects. Frames are used to group all the related objects. Frames are used to group all the related objects. Frames are used to group all the related objects. All columns are interdependent You can drop indicators/coun ters on this table All columns are interdependent You can drop indicators/coun ters on this table List of indicators for tabular view List of

Yes

Yes

N/A

It is a matrix of check boxes. The availabilit y domain is created dynamica lly. Scrollbar

Yes

Tab, Spacebar

Yes

No

NA

Yes

Yes

NA

Frame

Scrollbar is hidden when the display area is sufficient to display values Yes

NA

NA

Yes

Yes

NA

Frame

Yes

NA

Yes

Yes

NA

Frame

Yes

NA

Yes

Yes

NA

Frame

Yes

NA

Tabular View
Indicator list Yes No NA Table Never Tab

Indicator list

Yes

No

NA

Table

NA

Tab

Indicators

Yes

Yes

N/A

Indicators

Yes

Yes

N/A

Table Cell (32 Characte rs) Table

Never

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

Yes

Tab, Arrow,

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indicators for tabular view Legend Legend for each of the indicators in tabular view Legend for each of the indicators in tabular view Units for each of the tabular indicators Move Up button is used to reorder the Yes No Referenc e Name

Legend

Yes

No

Referenc e Name

Units

Yes

Yes

NA

Move Up

Yes

Yes

NA

Cell (100 Characte rs) Table Cell (32 Characte rs) Table Cell (100 Characte rs) Table Cell (32 Characte rs) Button

Spacebar

Never

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

Never

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

Yes

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

Yes, Row selected in the first row.

Tab

indicators without removing and adding them back again


Move Down Move Down button is used to reorder the Yes Yes NA Button Yes, Row selected in the last row. Tab

indicators without removing and adding them back again


Primary Graphic View The Primary Graphic is not mandatory. When used the axis for this graph is displayed on the left side. The indicators chosen for this view are a subset of those in the tabular view without overlapping those in the secondary view and all having the same units. The graph type cannot be the same as the graph type in the Secondary Graphic View. Mandatory only if there is at least one indicator. ** Mandatory only if there is at least one indicator Type Graph type like **Yes No Bar Drop Never Tab, Arrow, bar chart, chart down list. Spacebar Stacked The column, 100% values are stacked Bar Chart, column, Line Stacked Column, 100 % Stacked Column, Line Indicator list All columns are Yes No NA Table Never Tab interdependent You can drop indicators/coun ters on this

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table Indicator list All columns are interdependent You can drop indicators/coun ters on this table Indicators for Primary graphics selected from the indicators used in tabular view minus those in the Secondary Graphic. The indicators chosen for the primary and secondary graphic must be different. Indicators for Primary graphics selected from the indicators used in tabular view minus those in the Secondary Graphic. The indicators chosen for the primary and secondary graphic must be different. Color for each Primary Graphic indicator. This will be colored button that can be clicked on to change the color. Double click on button triggers the Color & Pattern window New window to be added in UIS Color for each Yes No NA Table NA Tab

Indicators

No

Yes

NA

Table Cell (32 Character s)

Never

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

Indicators

No

Yes

NA

Table Cell (100 Character s)

Yes

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

Color Pattern (Style)

&

**Yes

No

A different default color choice for each indicator , The Style is by default Solid

Table Cell (Button)

Never

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

Color

&

**Yes

No

Table Cell

Never

Tab, Arrow,

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Pattern (Style)

Legend

Legend

Units

Min Value for Y-Axis

Min Value for Y-Axis

Primary Graphic indicator. This will be colored button that can be clicked on to change the color. Double click on button triggers the Color & Pattern window New window to be added in UIS Legend for each Primary Graphic indicator. Legend for each Primary Graphic indicator. The units of each Primary Graphic indicator. For display purposes only. All the indicators in the primary graphic must have the same units. Minimum value for the y-axis for the Primary Graphic. Either the user can choose Computed or type in a value of his own. See extension below for details. Minimum value for the y-axis for the Primary Graphic. Either the user can choose Computed or type in a value of his own. See extension below for

different default color choice for each indicator , The Style is by default Solid

The table cell displays the current choice and the user double clicks on the table cell to change the choice. Table Cell (32 Character s) Table Cell (100 Character s) Table Cell (32 Character s) Never

Spacebar

**Yes

No

Short name of indicator Short name of indicator NA

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar Tab, Arrow, Spacebar Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

**Yes

No

Never

**Yes

Yes

Yes

No

No

Comput ed

Check Box and Text Field (32 Character s)

No

No

Comput ed

Dropdown combo box. (Real)

Text Field is grayed and displays Computed when Check Box is unchecked. Text Field is editable when Check Box is checked. No

Tab, Spacebar

Tab, Spacebar

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details. Max Value for Y-Axis Maximum value for the yaxis for the Primary Graphic. Either the user can choose Computed or type in a value of his own. See extension below for details. Maximum value for the yaxis for the Primary Graphic. Either the user can choose Computed or type in a value of his own. See extension below for details. Move Up button is used to reorder the No No Comput ed Check Box and Text Field (32 Character s) Text Field is grayed and displays Computed when Check Box is unchecked. Text Field is editable when Check Box is checked. No Tab, Spacebar

Max Value for Y-Axis

No

No

Comput ed

Dropdown combo box. (Real)

Tab, Spacebar

Move Up

Yes

Yes

NA

Button

Yes, Row selected in the first row.

Tab

indicators without removing and adding them back again


Move Down Move Down button is used to reorder the Yes Yes NA Button Yes, Row selected in the last row. Tab

indicators without removing and adding them back again


Secondary Graphic View The Secondary Graphic is not mandatory. When used the axis for this graph is displayed on the right side. The indicators chosen for this view are a subset of those in the tabular view without overlapping those in the primary view and all having the same units. The graph type cannot be the same as the graph type in the Primary Graphic View. ** Mandatory only if there is at least one indicator Type Graph type **Yes No Bar Drop down Never Tab, Arrow, like bar chart list. The Spacebar chart, values are Stacked Bar Chart, column, Stacked 100% Column, stacked 100 % column, Stacked

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Line Indicator list All columns are interdepend ent You can drop indicators/c ounters on this table All columns are interdepend ent You can drop indicators/c ounters on this table Indicators for Primary graphics selected from the indicators used in tabular view minus those in the Secondary Graphic. The indicators chosen for the primary and secondary graphic must be different. Indicators for Primary graphics selected from the indicators used in tabular view minus those in the Secondary Graphic. The indicators chosen for Yes No NA

Column, Line Table

Never

Tab

Indicator list

Yes

No

NA

Table

NA

Tab

Indicators

No

Yes

NA

Table Cell (32 Characters)

Never

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

Indicators

No

Yes

NA

Table Cell (100 Characters)

Yes

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

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Color Pattern (Style)

&

Color Pattern (Style)

&

Legend

Legend

the primary and secondary graphic must be different. Color for each Primary Graphic indicator. This will be colored button that can be clicked on to change the color. Double click on button triggers the Color & Pattern window New window to be added in UIS Color for each Primary Graphic indicator. This will be colored button that can be clicked on to change the color. Double click on button triggers the Color & Pattern window New window to be added in UIS Legend for each Primary Graphic indicator. Legend for each Primary

**Yes

No

A different default color choice for each indicato r, The Style is by default Solid

Table Cell (Button)

Never

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

**Yes

No

A different default color choice for each indicato r, The Style is by default Solid

Table Cell The table cell displays the current choice and the user double clicks on the table cell to change the choice.

Never

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

**Yes

No

Short name of indicato r Short name of indicato

Table Cell (32 Characters) Table Cell (100 Characters)

Never

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

**Yes

No

Never

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

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Units

Min Value for Y-Axis

Min Value for Y-Axis

Max Value for Y-Axis

Graphic indicator. The units of each Primary Graphic indicator. For display purposes only. All the indicators in the primary graphic must have the same units. Minimum value for the y-axis for the Primary Graphic. Either the user can choose Computed or type in a value of his own. See extension below for details. Minimum value for the y-axis for the Primary Graphic. Either the user can choose Computed or type in a value of his own. See extension below for details. Maximum value for the y-axis for the Primary Graphic. Either the user can choose Computed

r **Yes Yes NA Table Cell (32 Characters) Yes Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

No

No

Comput ed

Check Box and Text Field (32 Characters)

Text Field is grayed and displays Computed when Check Box is unchecked. Text Field is editable when Check Box is checked.

Tab, Spacebar

No

No

Comput ed

Dropdown combo box. (Real)

No

Tab, Spacebar

No

No

Comput ed

Check Box and Text Field (32 Characters)

Text Field is grayed and displays Computed when Check Box is unchecked. Text Field is editable when Check

Tab, Spacebar

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Type

or type in a value of his own. See extension below for details. Graph type like bar chart, Stacked column, 100% stacked column, Line Maximum value for the y-axis for the Primary Graphic. Either the user can choose Computed or type in a value of his own. See extension below for details. Move Up button is used to reorder the

Box is checked.

**Yes

No

Bar chart

Max Value for Y-Axis

No

No

Comput ed

Drop down list. The values are Bar Chart, Stacked Column, 100 % Stacked Column, Line Dropdown combo box (Real)

Never

Tab, Arrow, Spacebar

No.

Tab, Spacebar

Move Up

Yes

Yes

NA

Button

Yes, Row selected in the first row.

Tab

indicators without removing and adding them back again


Move Down Move Down button is used to reorder the Yes Yes NA Button Yes, Row selected in the last row. Tab

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The Color and Pattern Choice dialog box consists of three parts, the left pane is color, the right pane is the pattern and the bottom is the output of color and pattern. This is a modeless window and only one instance of it is launched.

Figure 7: Color and Pattern (style) Choice Dialog Box The following table describes the Color and Pattern Choice Dialog Box Parameter Description Graphical Keyboard Name Object Access
Dialog Box Title Title Buttons Bar Color & Pattern Choice

Buttons appearing in upper-righthand corner of the title bar


Able to resize the dialog box Color used for Primary and Secondary Indicators Color used for Primary and Secondary Indicators Pattern (style) used for Primary and Secondary Graphics Pattern (style) used for Primary and Secondary Graphics Displays the combination of color and pattern Frame used to group, Color, Patter and the combination of

Title Bar Dialog Box Close

of

NA NA

Resizable Color

Resizable by dragging edges and corners A matrix of color Color Palette

Default resize keyboard access NA

Color

NA

Pattern

A matrix Style

of

NA

Pattern

Pattern Palette

NA

Combination of Color and Pattern Frame

A color Button

NA

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OK Cancel

color and pattern Default Button To Cancel the current Selection

Button Button

Enter Tab

Table 8: Color and Pattern Choice The following table gives the description of drag and drop objects on properties panel:
Parameter Name Tabular View Allowed Dragable Objects Allowed Droppable Objects

Indicators/Counters tabular view

in

Primary Graphic View Secondary Graphic View

Indicators/Counters in tabular view Indicators/Counters in QoS Indicator/Counter contained in tabular view tabular view Table 9: Drag and Drop Object on View Properties Panel

QoS Indicator/QoS Counters. One or more QoS Indicators/Counters that are not already in the tabular view. QoS Indicator/Counter contained in tabular view

3.4.2 Copy View Template To Copy a QoS View Template, In the View Template editor, click on the Copy after selecting the view template to be copied. The property editor will display the current attribute values of the view template. The format for naming the copied view template is <Oldname>_Copy_n with n being incremented to find a unique name (n can be 1, 2, 3...). The access rights are reset to the default values but user can change them. The operator can modify the view template properties. Refer to Table 7: View Template for detail of properties. 3.4.3 Edit View Template

To Edit a QoS View Template, In the View Template editor, click on the Edit button after selecting the view template to be modified. The property editor will show the interface as shown in Figure 6: View Template Properties Panel . The current attribute values of the selected view template will be displayed. User can edit the editable fields. To save the changes made click on the OK button. The user can cancel the action by clicking on the Cancel button. The view name field is not editable. If the user is the owner of the view, user can update the values otherwise not. Edit button is grayed when the owner of the view template is not the one viewing it. 3.4.4 Delete View Template

To Delete a QoS View Template, In the View Template editor, click on the Delete after selecting the view template to be deleted. The application will ask for the user confirmation by the giving the following figure.

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Figure 8: Confirmation Message Delete Operator can select OK or cancel to delete or cancel the deletion.

3.5

Dynamic Behavior

When operator edits a view the view name field will be grayed, user cant modify the view name field. List of Indicators will have scroll up and scroll down button. When operator double clicks on Legend,color and Style, a pop menu up window opens with color of indicators. Availability domain is computed based on indicators list. The indicators can be dragged and dropped into tabular indicator list from the Sub Object Selection list. The indicators from tabular list can be dragged and dropped into primary graphics and secondary graphics. But same indicator is not allowed to be dragged and dropped in both primary and secondary graphics. Based on the command and view template selected the sub object list (indicators and counters) will dynamically get updated. For example when user clicks on create the sub-object list will display all the available indicators and counters where as when the user selects Edit then sub object list will display either indicator or counter depending on the selected view template. 3.5.1 Create View Template

The following figure gives the steps of creating a view template.


CR

View Template Properties are displayed with default Values

View Template Properties becomes editable

Figure 9: Create View Template Dynamic Behavior As it is a new template, there is no view template selected in the view template tree. CR is the label used for Starting operation of Create new view template. A is a label used in Figure 13: View Template Common Characteristics Dynamic Behavior. For access of view template Editor refer to Figure 4: Access View Template Editor MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 43/113

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3.5.2

Copy View Template

The following table gives the steps to copy view template:

CP

View name displays the default name copy_n_<oldname>

View Template Properties becomes editable

CP

View name displays the default name <oldname>_ copy_n

View Template Properties becomes editable

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CP is the label used for Starting operation of copy of view template. A is a label used in Figure 13: View Template Common Characteristics Dynamic Behavior. For access of view template Editor refer to Figure 4: Access View Template Editor 3.5.3 Edit View Template

The following figure gives the steps of editing a view template.

ED

View Template Properties becomes editable, except for the view name

Figure 11: Edit View Template Dynamic Behavior

ED is the label used for Starting operation of edit view template. A is a label used in Figure 13: View Template Common Characteristics Dynamic Behavior. For access of view template Editor refer to Figure 4: Access View Template Editor 3.5.4 Delete View Template The following figure gives steps to delete a view template:

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DL

System ask for Confirmation, User can choose to continue delete or Cancel the operation

NO (Cancel) Yes (OK) View Template is Deleted, Refresh the View Template Tree in the View Template editor and Analysis desktop

View Template is not deleted

Select the next View Template in the tree, selecte the previous one if template deleted was the last one

AA

Figure 12: Delete View Template Dynamic Behavior For Delete from Popup menu refer to Figure 4: Access View Template Editor DL is the label used for Starting operation of delete view template. AA is label used in Figure 4: Access View Template Editor. AA is the label given in the state chart diagram at View Template is shown selected in the Left Tree. The following figure describes the dynamic behavior common to Create, Copy and Edit.

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The user must enter the value of Family, before entering the value of Subfamily, Enter the graph type.

A User Input Drag from Sub-Object Selection List

CC

User can Select the Indicator(s) from Sub-Object Selection list and drop them into Tabular or Primary or Secondary Graphics

User Enters the View Template Properties values.

Check for Duplicate values. Any Duplicates?

Drop in Primary Graphics

Drop in Secondary Graphics

Primary and Secondary Graph type must be different Is it same? Yes No

Yes

Drop is not allowed

Does it exists in Tabular View? Are the Units Compatible?

Not in tabular Reject Units are different. Drag From Tabular View

Drop in Tabular View Select a row in any Table

Right Click Popup Menu

Add a line in the table Add a line in Table Update availability Domain (Compute it)

Choose Remove Ask for Confirmation

Remove from Tabular No Yes Removes the indicator and update Tabular View When Indicator is removed from Tabular View, it is also removed from Primary and Secondary Graphics. But When indicator is removed from primary or secondary graphics, there is no impact on tabular view

Double Clicking Any row in Tabular/Primary/Secondary Graphics

Which Cell? Color & Style Legend Color and Style window is displayed with default color and style according to table contents.

Legend is selected and becomes editable

Refer to color and Style Section

Figure 13: View Template Common Characteristics Dynamic Behavior A is label used in the dynamic behavior of create, copy and edit view template. CC is a label used in the above State chart diagram and it is associated with User Input. 3.5.5 Dynamic Behavior of Color and Pattern Window

The following figure describes the dynamic behavior of color and pattern window:

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User Selects the Color

User Selects the Pattern

The output updates (combination of Color and Pattern)

Cancel OK

Cancels the selection

Selected Color and Pattern is applicable for indicators

Figure 14: Color and Pattern Dynamic Behavior

3.6

GUI Errors

The followings are the exception scenarios: If the View Name given already exists then application will pop up the following warning:

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Figure 15: Warning Popup If the primary graphics indicators or counters do not have the same units or the secondary graphics indicators or counters do not have the same units then an error message is displayed to the operator as shown in Figure 15: Warning Popup. The message in the warning pop up will be either of the messages as given below: Units in Primary graphs are not all the same and must be. Please check the Units. Units in Secondary graphs are not all the same and must be. Please check the Units. If there is no computed (intersection of availability domains of indicators used in the view) availability domain then an error message is displayed to the user. The error will be shown in pop up message as shown in Figure 15: Warning Popup. The message in the pop up windows will be as follows: Empty Availability Domain. If the user does not provide input for mandatory fields then an error message is displayed. The error message will be warning pop up as shown in Figure 15: Warning Popup. The message will be as follows: Please enter a value in <field Name>. The field name will be displayed as per the field selected by the user. If the user adds the indicator in secondary graphic that is already exists in Primary graphic then an error message is displayed. The error message will be warning pop up as shown in Figure 15: Warning Popup. The message will be as follows: Indicator already exists in primary graphics. If user chooses graph type for secondary graphic same as primary graphic then an error message is displayed. The error message will be warning pop up as shown in Figure 15: Warning Popup. The message will be as follows: The graph type in secondary graphics is same as in primary graphics. Select different type. If the processing time for creation of the view template takes more than 2 seconds then status bar showing the process progress is displayed. The progress bar can be shown either of the following two ways: Refer to UIS Modes and Functions for progress bar.

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4 DISPLAY QOS VALUES


4.1 General

The operator can execute View Template by selecting network elements and counters, indicators or view templates. The selected network object(s) and counter(s), indicator(s) or view template(s) can be dragged and dropped in the tabular view.

4.2

Use Cases

Sub Use Case AD003-05 Execute View(s) Sub Use Case AD003-11 Create View Interactively Sub Use Case AD003-06 Copy Executed View Sub Use Case AD003-07 Rename Executed View Sub Use Case AD003-09 Close Executed View(s)

4.3

Access

The access is possible by drag and drop or from Menu bar. Drag and Drop: Operator selects one or more network objects and indicators or counters or view template, drag and drops them in Executed View browser. From Menu bar: Operator selects one or more network objects and indicators or counters or view template, Click on the Menu bar option for Display QoS Values. The window shown in Figure 21: Execution Context Window is launched. Copy and Rename Executed View is possible by using popup menu associated to executed view tabs. Rename is also possible by double clicking directly on the executed view tab. Close Executed View is possible using Menu Bar, popup menu associated to executed view tabs or close icon displayed on the executed view tabs. The following figures are the access to execute view, copy executed view, rename executed view and close executed view.

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User Selects the network object(s), Indicator(s) or Counter(s) or View Template(s)

From Menu bar

Drag and Drop to Tabular/Graphical Viewer

Execution Context window is launched

Figure 16: Access Execution Context Window A Refer to state chart diagram discussed in Figure 34: Execute View- Dynamic Behavior

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User focus on the view to be copied and right click on mouse button

Popup Menu is displayed, User chose Copy Option

A copy of the view with name copy_n_<oldname> is added in the view tab

User focus on the view to be copied and right click on mouse button

Popup Menu is displayed, User chose Copy Option

A copy of the view with name <oldname>_copy_n is added in the view tab

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B Refer to State chart diagram Figure 35: Copy Executed View Dynamic Behavior

User focus on the view to be renamed and right click on mouse button

Double Click on the View name

Popup Menu is displayed, User chose Rename Option

View Name is selected and Becomes editable

Figure 18: Access Rename Executed View C Refer to state chart diagram Figure 36: Rename Executed View Dynamic Behavior

User focus on the view to be closed and right click on mouse button Click on the Close icon

From Menu bar Select the Close option

Popup Menu is displayed, User chose Close Option

Figure 19: Access to Close Executed View D- Refer to state chart diagram Figure 37: Close Executed View Dynamic Behavior

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Right Click on Exected View Browser

From Menu bar Select the Close All option

Popup Menu is displayed, User chose Close Option

Figure 20: Access Close All Executed View E- Refer to state chart diagram Figure 38: Close All Executed View Dynamic Behavior

4.4

GUI Layout

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Figure 21: Execution Context Window The GUI shown above consists of Date and Options panel. The Date panel consists of periodicity and Interval. Periodicity choices are dynamic and depend on the availability domain of the objects to be displayed. Operator can specify the interval (date and time). The operators select periodicity for defining the granularity. In the options three options are available: Sampling Check Interpolation Sensitivity LevelQoS Requirement The date and hour format is directly read from the user preference and displayed. User needs to enter the values for date and hour in the format indicated on the window. The following table gives the detail description of the Display QoS Value Window Parameter Name Dialog Box Title Title Bar Buttons ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 Description Display QoS Value Buttons appearing in Mandatory Graphical Grayed Keyboard Object Access Yes Title Bar Never None of Dialog Box Yes N/A N/A Close Never Esc Icon MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 55/113 Readonly N/A Default Value N/A

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Resizable

upper-righthand corner of the title bar Able to resize the dialog box

Yes

N/A

N/A

Periodicity

Periodicity

1/4H, 1/2H, H, D, W, M, Busy Hour Choices, Raw (Available for counters only) 1/4H, 1/2H, H, D, W, M, Busy Hour Choices, Raw (Available for counters only)

Yes

No

Day

Resizable by dragging edges and corners Radio Buttons

N/A

Default resize keyboard access Tab, Spacebar

No, Never Because only possible periodicities are shown Sometimes there is graying. All periodicities are shown with the ones grayed that are not available. Yes when multiple network objects and multiple indicators or counters are chosen, otherwise No. Yes when multiple network objects and multiple indicators or counters are chosen, otherwise No. Yes, when the starting

Yes

No

Day

Radio Buttons

Tab, Spacebar

Starting Date

Date for Start of interval

No

No

See Table for Default values for execution context starting and Ending dates

Starting Date

Date for Start of interval

No

No

See Table for Default values for execution context starting and Ending dates

Starting Hour

Time for Start of Interval

No

No

0:00

Editable Date entry field with control based on date format. Button with icon to pop up a date chooser Editable Date entry field with control based on date format. Button with icon to pop up a date chooser. Editable time entry

Tab, Spacebar

Tab, Spacebar

Tab, Spacebar

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field with control based on time format

Ending Date

Date of end of interval, or for a single date time when multiple network object and functions are selected

No

No

See Table for Default values for execution context starting and Ending dates

Ending Hour

Date format comment Hour format comment Sampling Check Sensitivity Level

Time for End of Interval or for a single date time when multiple network objects and functions are selected Displays the format to be used to enter dates Displays the format to be used to enter hours Sampling indicator is supported The QoS Requirements are the user has chosen that will be used when executing the view based on thresholds in the indicators for

No

No

0:00

Editable Date entry field with control based on date format. Button with icon to pop up a date chooser Editable time entry field with control based on time format Text

Date is grayed. Yes when the time period is greater than hour. Otherwise No. No, Never

Tab, Spacebar

Yes, when the time period is greater than hour

Tab, Spacebar

NA

Yes

NA

Yes

Depends on user preferences (date format) Hour format HH (0 to 23) Not Checked The QoS requirements that the user had set, or Medium if not set, See Sub Use Case AD002-19: Set QoS Requirement

Always

NA

Text

Always

NA

No Yes

No No

Check Box Drop Down list

Never Never

Tab, Spacebar Tab, Key, Arrows, Spacebar

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QoS Requirement

OK Cancel
Frame Periodicity Frame for Date (from) Frame for Date (To) Frame Options for

this view User chooses the QoS Requirement value. Allowed values are Small, Medium and High. The QoS Requirement value is used when executing the view based on the thresholds in the indicators in the view. Default Button Cancel
Frames are used to group all the related objects. Frames are used to group all the related objects. Frames are used to group all the related objects. Frames are used to group all the related objects.

Yes

No

The QoS requirements that the user had set, or Medium if not set, See Sub Use Case AD002-19: Set QoS Requirement

Drop Down list

Never

Tab, Key, Arrows, Spacebar

Yes Yes
Yes

Yes Yes
Yes

OK Cancel
NA

Button Button
Frame

Never Never
Yes

Enter Esc
NA

Yes

Yes

NA

Frame

Yes

NA

Yes

Yes

NA

Frame

Yes

NA

Yes

Yes

NA

Frame

Yes

NA

Table 10: Parameters for Execution Context Note: The scrollbar used in this window will have the same behavior as explained in Table 7: View Template 4.4.1 Execute View(s)

To create the executed view operator selects the topology objects, and indicator(s), Counter(s) or View Template(s), then drags and drops the objects into the Executed View Browser. When operator drops the objects the GUI shown in Figure 21: Execution Context Window is displayed. Operator selects the periodicity, gives interval values and check out the options. Click on the OK button to execute the view. When the view is executed successfully the QoS data is displayed in tabular / graphical form based on the preferred display type of the view template. The default naming format for executed view tab is view_n, where n is an incremental integer value. MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 58/113

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Default values for Execution Context Starting and Ending date are as shown below: Periodicity < 24H Daily Weekly Monthly Default Starting Date Default Ending Date Today - 4 days Yesterday Today 14 days Yesterday Current Week 6 weeks Last Week Current Month 12 months Last Month Table 11: Execution Context Starting and Ending date

4.4.2

Copy an Executed View

To copy an executed view, right click on the executed view, a popup menu is opened; or choose copy from the menu bar. In the popup menu choose copy option. A new copy of the executed view is created. The default name of the new view is copy_n_<oldname>. Here n is an incremental value like 1,2,3 etc. If the number of views in the view browser has reached its maximum limit then a new copy cant be created. 4.4.3 Rename an Executed View (not in M0 Step 1) To rename an executed view, right click the mouse button on view tab a popup menu is opened. Choose the Rename option, the view tab name is selected. User can change the name. Or user can simply double click on the view tab, the view name is selected, user can change the name. The name given by user should be unique. If a view with the same name exists in the executed view browser, AD will give an error message. 4.4.4 Save Executed View as Template (not in M0 Step 1) To save an executed view as template, select the executed view, click on save button in the toolbar of the Executed View Browser. A dialog box is displayed allowing the user to see the current view template name or default view template name if none had been set. The operator can change the template name and provides a unique name. The dialog box will be displayed in the same manner as shown in figure below:

Figure 22: Save View as Template Dialog Box Views containing counters cant be saved as view template. If the user wants to save a view template but is not the owner, a copy needs to be made. User can save the copied view as template. 4.4.5 Close Executed View To close an executed view, click on the close icon (represented as X on the tab of the view).

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To close all views at once, user right click on the view tab a popup menu will be shown with option Close All, by clicking on Close All option, All views in the view browser are closed after confirmation from the user. Close and Close All operations are possible from Menu bar as well. When an executed view is closed while it has not yet been saved (* is indicated in the view tab), a question dialog is displayed allowing the user to save it.

4.5

Dynamic Behavior

Depending on the selected view template(s), indicator(s) or counter(s), some periodicity units are grayed and are not available for selection. If operator selects multiple network objects and multiple functions then operator can only enter an end date (start date is grayed). Depending on the number of network objects and view templates, indicators or counters selected the display combination as shown in the table below are possible. Network Object Date 1 Date 2 Indicator 1 Value 1 Value 2 Indicator 2 Value 3 Value 4 Table 12: One Network Object, Multiple Indicators, and Date Interval Network Object Date 1 Counter 1 Value 1 Counter 2 Value 3 Table 13:One Network Object, Raw Date 2 Value 2 Value 4 Multiple Counters, Date Interval, and Periodicity Other Than

The following figure is an example of Mono-Object evolution with counters:

Figure 23: Example View Tabular Mode Mono-Object Evolution

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Indicator Date 1 Date 2 Network Object 1 Value 1 Value 2 Network Object 2 Value 3 Value 4 Table 14: Multiple Network Object, One Indicator, and Date Interval Counter Date 1 Date 2 Network Object 1 Value 1 Value 2 Network Object 2 Value 3 Value 4 Table 15: Multiple Network Objects, One Counter, Date Interval, and Periodicity Other Than Raw The following is an example of Multi-Object comparison with One Counter and Date interval:

Figure 24: Example View Tabular Mode Multi-Object Comparison

Date Indicator 1 Indicator 2 Network Object 1 Value 1 Value 2 Network Object 2 Value 3 Value 4 Table 16: Multiple Network Object, Multiple Indicators, One Date Date Counter 1 Counter 2 Network Object 1 Value 1 Value 2 Network Object 2 Value 3 Value 4 Table 17: Multiple Network Objects, Multiple Counters, One Date, Periodicity Other Than Raw The following is an example of Multiple Network Objects, Multiple Counters and one date: MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 61/113

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Figure 25: Example View Tabular Mode - Multi-Object Evolution The followings are the example of Graphical View:

Figure 26: Example View Graphical Mode Multi-Object Comparison

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Figure 27: Example View Graphical Mode Multi-Object Evolution

Figure 28: Example View Graphical Mode Mono-Object Evolution The following are examples of the different graph types available:

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Figure 29: Example View Graphical Mode Multi-Object Evolution (100% Stacked format)

Figure 30: Example View Graphical Mode Multi-Object Evolution (Line format)

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Figure 31: Example View Graphical Mode Multi-Object Evolution (Bar Chart format)

Figure 32: Example View Graphical Mode Multi-Object Evolution (Stacked Column format)

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The following shows an example of an executed view containing primary and secondary graphics:

Figure 33: Example View Graphical Mode Multi-Object Evolution (Primary and Secondary graphics) 4.5.1 Execute View

The following figure gives the steps to Execute View.

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A Periodicity depend on the availabiliy domain of object to be displayed.They are greyed accordingly

QoS Requirement defined in AD. Date format is taken from User Preference. First Available Periodicity ...

Select the Periodicity.

Enter Date.

Date field can be greyed/Un-greyed Update Dates based on Periodicty

Standard Window Calender can be used or date can be entered manually

OK/Cancel Button Pressed

Execution Context Window is closed and Execute View is cancelled

Cancel OK Validate the Data Entered. Refer to SSRS

Check? No

Yes Execution Context Window is closed

Create a new Tab in Executed View Browser. The default name is <view_n> and it is made active The display type depends on prefered display type of view template. Otherwise User preference.

Render Executed View in Tabular/Graphical view. Refer to figures above

Figure 34: Execute View- Dynamic Behavior For access of execution context window refer to Figure 16: Access Execution Context Window MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 67/113

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4.5.2

Copy an Executed View

The following figure gives the steps to Copy Executed View.


B Is the number of Views in Executed View Browser has reached its max limit? Yes No Show Error Copy Failed.

A copy of the executed view is created in the Executed View Browser

Copied Executed View is active

Figure 35: Copy Executed View Dynamic Behavior For access refer to Figure 17: Access Copy Executed View 4.5.3 Rename Executed View

The following figure gives the steps to rename Executed View.

C User enters new name to View validate the name, Whether a view with the same name exists or not?

Show Error.

Yes No View Name is updated

Figure 36: Rename Executed View Dynamic Behavior For access refer to Figure 18: Access Rename Executed View MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 68/113

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4.5.4

Close View

Executed View can be closed from the Menu bar or from popup menu or icon on the view tab. The following figure gives the steps to close Executed View.

E Pending Modifications? Executed View is closed No Yes

Ask for the user confitmation to save

View is closed without Saving the modifications

No Yes View is saved and closed

Want to Save the modifications?

If the Closed view is the last view on the tab, then the view prior to the closed view is displayed in the view browser, otherwise the next view is displayed.

Figure 37: Close Executed View Dynamic Behavior For access refer to Figure 19: Access to Close Executed View The following figure describes the Close All dynamic behavior:

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E Pending Modifications? Executed View is closed No Yes

Ask for the user confitmation to save

View is closed without Saving the modifications

No Yes View is saved and closed

Want to Save the modifications?

All Views are closed and Executed View Browser is Empty.

Figure 38: Close All Executed View Dynamic Behavior For access refer to Figure 20: Access Close All Executed View

4.6

GUI Errors

The followings are the exception scenarios: According to the selected objects, computed availability domain can be empty (e.g. for a cell, one indicator is available on the hour and another is available only on the month, then there is no availability domain). In that case, an error message is displayed to the operator as shown in Figure 15: Warning Popup. The message in the warning pop up will be as given below: No periodicity is available for this selection. If there is no indicator or counter value for a network object, and then it is filled in with an empty value. If the processing time for the action takes more than 2 seconds then long action in progress is displayed. MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 70/113

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If the Executed View Browser already contains the maximum number of views (20) then an error message is displayed when trying to execute or copy the view. The system will display the following error message: Number of executed views exceeded (20). Please close a view and try again. If the operator chooses a name for the view while renaming and a view with the same name exist then the following warning will be displayed in warning pop up. View <view_name> already exists. Please, choose a unique name. If operator chooses to close an unsaved view the system will ask to save the view template before closing it. The following question message will be displayed: Do you want to save the view template before closing?

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5 INTERACTIVE EDITING AN EXECUTED VIEW TABULAR MODE


5.1 General

The followings are the feature supported on an executed view in tabular mode: Change Display Type: User can toggle between the graphical and tabular display types. Each time the operator toggles between the tabular/graphical modes the display is updated accordingly to either the tabular or graphical viewer. Rotating/Inversing View Axes: The operator can choose to rotate/inverse the rows and columns in the tabular view. The rows/columns will be rotated/inversed; i.e. if the Indicators are on the horizontal axis (or columns) and the Cells are on the vertical axis (or rows), and then when the user chooses to rotate/inverse rows/columns, the Indicators are displayed on the rows and the Cells are displayed on the horizontal axis columns. Highlight: This feature supports highlighting the view according to the thresholds associated to displayed indicators. Spatial Roll-up / Drill-down in View: This feature supports Roll-up and Drill-down spatially (from RNC to cell, or Cell to Adjacency for example). Temporal Roll-up / Drill-down in View: This feature supports Roll-up and Drill-down temporal (from Hour to Week or Month to Week for example).. Filtering in View: Filtering is supported in two ways: o Filtering based on highlighting: Operator chooses to filter the view based on the highlighted values such that, for example, all the rows or columns with red color in the row or column header could be removed. o Filtering Selected rows and Columns: Operator can filter (show/hide) a date, a network object or an analysis function i.e. hide Monday, hide Cell12, hide Indicator33. The filter conditions are applied to the table and graphic and only eligible columns and rows are displayed to the operator. Tabular State-of-the-Art Facility: This covers facilities such as sorting, resizing and filtering. Propagate View Selection to Network Object / Function Trees: Operator can choose to propagate network objects/functions from view to respective trees. Save View as Template: Operator can choose to save an executed view as template. Show Legend: Operator can use the Show Legend window to use the colors for different criteria. Refer to 13.1 Toolbar.

5.2

Use Cases

Sub Use Case AD003-17 Change View Display Type Sub Use Case AD003-23 Spatial Roll-up / Drill-down in view (Not in M0 Step 1) Sub Use Case AD003-24 Temporal Roll-up / Drill-down in view (Not in M0 Step 1) Sub Use Case AD003-21 Highlighting in View Sub Use Case AD003-22 Filtering in View (Not in M0 Step 1) Sub Use Case AD003-20 Tabular State-of-the-Art Facilities in View Sub Use Case AD003-18 Rotating/Inversing View Axis MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 72/113

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Sub Use Case AD003-10 Propagate View Selection to Network Object / Function trees Sub Use Case AD003-14 Save View as Template (Not in M0 Step 1)

5.3

Access

To change the display type of view use the toggle button on the tool bar menu. Spatial rollup, Spatial drill down, temporal rollup, Temporal drill down, highlighting, filtering, rotate/inverse axis, save view as template are part of toolbar on view and can be accessed from the toolbar.

5.4

GUI Layout

Refer to Figure 2: Example of an Executed View Browser - Tabular Mode 5.4.1 Change View Display type

To change the display type of view use the toggle button on the tool bar menu. To be mentioned in the access section. The mode changes from tabular to graphical and vice-versa. 5.4.2 Spatial roll-up / drill down in view (Not in M0 Step 1)

Select the object and right click on the mouse button. Popup menu will have option for roll up and drill down. 5.4.3 Temporal roll-up / drill down in view (Not in M0 Step 1)

Select the object and right click on the mouse button. Popup menu will have option for roll up and drill down. 5.4.4 Highlighting in View When highlighting is triggered, to show the most significant information, the QoS indicator values are colored according to their thresholds. Refer to Figure 2: Example of an Executed View Browser - Tabular Mode Criteria No threshold Correct Minor Major Critical Sampling Color Black Green Description The indicator does not have any threshold

QoS is less (or greater) than the yellow threshold (depending on UpperIsFault) Yellow QoS is between the yellow and orange threshold Orange QoS is between the orange and red threshold Red QoS is greater (or less) than the red threshold (depending on UpperIsFault) Grey Sampling value associated is too low for a value test Table 18: High lighting colors for indicator values

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5.4.5 Show Legend User can use show legend button to launch the show legend window. The show legend window contains the list of colors and what they mean. If the user clicks on the select button for a color, then those rows and /or columns are selected in the table. Also the show legend window is not modal and there is only one instance of this window. 5.4.6 Filtering in View (Not in M0 Step 1) Filtering: This feature supports the operator to choose what to be displayed and what not to be displayed through filters. The view mode should be tabular. To execute the filtering click on the filter icon on the tool bar. Filtering can be done in the following ways: Filtering based on Highlighting: Here operator can choose to filter based on the highlighted values. For example: all the rows or columns with red color or column header will be removed. Filtering Selected rows or columns: Operator can filter a date, a network object or an analysis function. 5.4.7 Tabular State of the Art Facilities in View

The followings are the features of tabular state of the art facilities in view. 1. Operator can choose ascending/descending sorting of columns using 1 criteria 2. Operator can choose ascending/descending sorting of rows using 1 criteria 3. Operator can choose automatic and manual row and column resizing 4. Operator can choose to hide rows or columns (not in M0) 5. Operator can choose to filter rows or columns with values (like in Excel) (not in M0)

5.5
5.5.1

Dynamic Behavior
Change View Display Type

The following figure gives the dynamic behavior of toggle button.

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Executed View is displayed in the Executed View Browser. User clicks on the Toggle button

Change the display into tabular mode

No

Is view in tabular mode?

Yes

Change the display into graphical mode

Figure 39: Change View Display Type Dynamic Behavior

5.5.2

Highlighting

The following figure gives the dynamic behavior of togglehighlighting button.

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User Clicks on the Highlighlighting Button

Show the table cell in color, as per threshold value.

No

Is the Table cells shown in color?

Yes

Highlighting is turned off.

Figure 40: Highlighting Dynamic Behavior 5.5.3 Show Legend

The following figure explains the dynamic behavior of the Show legend button:

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Show Legend dialog is launched using Show legend button on the toolbar From Poup Menu From Show Legend Dialog Box

Select criteria

Selection Criteria are Critical/major/minor, correct, no threshold and sampling

Select the rows meeting the criteria choosen

Figure 41: Show Legend Dynamic Behavior 5.5.4 Tabular State of the Art Facilities in View

Sorting: User chooses the column/row to be sorted and right click on the column heading. A popup menu with ascending/descending is shown, Column is sorted in ascending/descending order, as per the selection made by the user. If the row/column is already sorted and user clicks on the heading of the column, the sorting is reverted and column does not have any type of sorting.Sorting feature is implemented similar to the sorting implemented in Windows Explorer. The sorted column is indicted with an up arrow (when sorted in ascending order). If the user clicks again on the same column, the sort is reversed. If the user clicks on another column then that column is sorted ascending. User can select to resize the row/column size by selecting the line separating the row/column. Drag and drop the line resizes the row/column. It does not change the size of other row/column. Double clicking on the row/column automatically resizes the row/column to its normal size. size. Double clicking when in between the two columns resizes the left column based on the size of the data included within the column. Double clicking on the column header has no effect. 5.5.5 Save Executed View as Template (Not in M0 Step1)

The following figure gives the steps to Save Executed View as template.

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Clicks on the Save button on the toolbar Validate if the Selected View contains counters No

To Save an executed view as Template operator selects a view in the Executed View Brower

Yes

Show Error Message.

User Acknowledge the error

The Current View Template is shown with the existing name Want to change the View Template Name?

No Yes

View Template is saved with current name

Enter the new name of the View

Show Error. User Acknowledge the Error by clicking on OK button

Yes No

validate the name, Whether a view with the same name exists or not?

Executed View is displayed with modified name Save the view with Modified name ? Yes Opertaor Click on OK button to save the new view Template

Click on the Cancel button

No

Figure 42: Save View as Template Dynamic Behavior

5.6

GUI Errors
If the user cant Roll-up or Drill-Down then an error message will be shown explaining the problem with the availability domain.

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6 INTERACTIVE EDITING AN EXECUTED VIEW GRAPHICAL MODE


6.1 General

View graphical functionalities provide the features for better presentation, access and graphical display of QoS data. The following functionalities are provided by the system: Change Display Type: User can toggle between the graphical and tabular display type. Each time the operator toggles between the tabular/graphical viewers the display is updated accordingly to either the tabular or graphical viewer. Rotating/ Inversing View Axes: The operator can choose to rotate/inverse the axes in the tabular view. The rows/columns will be axes; i.e. if the Indicators are on the horizontal axis and the Cells are on the vertical axis, and then when the user chooses to rotate/inverse axes, the Indicators are displayed on the rows and the Cells are displayed on the horizontal axis. Spatial Roll-up / Drill-down in View: This feature supports Roll-up and Drill-down spatially. Temporal Roll-up / Drill-down in View: This feature supports Roll-up and Drill-down temporal. Propagate View Selection to Network Object / Function Tree: Operator can choose to propagate network objects/functions from view to respective tree. Save View as Template: Operator can choose to save an executed view as template. Cursor Facilities: o Display values on axes o Show axis lines o Freeze/Unfreeze Axis lines o Display value at cursor o Freeze/Unfreeze values at cursor o Show grid lines Zoom in: This feature is used for magnifying the view on the graph. Zoom out: This feature is used to reduce the size of the graph.

6.2

Use Cases

Sub Use Case AD003-15 Cursor Facilities in View Sub Use Case AD003-16 Zooming and Scrolling in View Sub Use Case AD003-17 Change View Display Type Sub Use Case AD003-18 Rotating/Inversing View Axes Sub Use Case AD003-19 Display Grid in View Sub Use Case AD003-23 Spatial Roll-up / Drill-down in view Sub Use Case AD003-24 Temporal Roll-up / Drill-down in view Sub Use Case AD003-10 Propagate View Selection to Network Object / Function trees Sub Use Case AD003-14 Save View as Template (Not in M0 Step 1) MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 79/113

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6.3

Access

To change the display type of view use the toggle button on the tool bar menu. Zoom in, Zoom out, Spatial rollup, Spatial drill down, temporal rollup, Temporal drill down, highlighting, rotate/inverse axis, save view as template are part of toolbar on view and can be accessed from the toolbar. Refer to section Toolbar and Figure 76: Cursor Mode Dynamic Behavior for dynamic behavior of the cursor facility.

6.4

GUI Layout

Refer to Figure 3: Example of an Executed View Browser - Graphical Mode 6.4.1 Cursor Facilities

To use the cursor facilities, select the cursor button on the tool bar. When the operator moves the cursor over the view area, the values on the axes are shown by default. Operator can choose to toggle on/Off the display of lines from the cursor to the axis selecting the appropriate option.The operator can choose horizontal, vertical or both. Operator can choose freeze/unfreeze the axis lines. Refer to section 13.1 Toolbar Cursor Mode 29 6.4.2 Zoom in and Zoom out

Zoom in and Zoom out is available on toolbar of the executed view. User can select the zoom in and zoom out to magnify or reduce the graph. graph. Zoom does not change the visible center point. For example, if the entire graph displays from 0H to 24H and the current visible area is from 8H to 12H, 10H is in the middle and will not move during zoom. Zooming in will display 9H to 11H, Zooming out will display 6H to 14 H (Same on Y-axis). User can reset to the original size by using the reset option on the popup menu. For example, the user has zoomed in 10 times, user clicks on the right mouse button, select the reset option, graph goes back to its original size. When the graph is its original size and user right click the mouse button, reset option is shown in greyed. 6.4.3 Change View Display type

To change the display type of view use the toggle button on the tool bar menu. The mode will change from tabular to graphical and vice-versa. 6.4.4 Rotating / Inversing View Axes

Use the button on the tool bar menu for rotating/ inversing the view axes. The axes will be rotated / inversed i.e. if the indicators are on the horizontal axis and the cells are on the vertical axis then when the user chooses to rotate/inverse the axes, the indicators are displayed on the vertical axis and the cells are displayed on the horizontal axis.

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6.4.5

Display Grid in View

Grid can be displayed on the view using the grid button on the tool bar of Executed View Browser. 6.4.6 Spatial roll-up / drill down in view

Select the object and rightRight click on the mouse button. Popup menu will have option for roll up and drill down. 6.4.7 Temporal roll-up / drill down in view

Select the object and rightRight click on the mouse button. Popup menu will have option for roll up and drill down.

6.5

Dynamic Behavior

Refer to Section 5.5.1 for dynamic behavior of change in view display type and section Figure 76: Cursor Mode Dynamic Behavior for dynamic behavior of cursor facility.

6.6

GUI Errors
None

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7 EDITING AN EXECUTED VIEW USING DIALOG BOX

7.1

General

The operator can modify the Execution Context of an Executed view. For detail of Execution Context (See Table 10: Parameter for Execution Context). The operator can choose to either apply the changes to the current view or create a new view with the changes. The tabular/graphical viewer displays the values with the new data, if the operator has chosen to apply changes. The user can choose to create a new view with the changes. Note: This is not in M0 Step 1 and All the three tabs shown in Figure 43: Executed View Properties are read only. New View and Apply Button would be disabled.

7.2

Use Cases

Sub Use Case AD003-13 Edit View Execution Context and Spatial Scope

7.3

Access

The Executed view properties window can be accessed from menu bar or popup menu. User right clicks on the executed view browser, a popup menu with option Executed view properties is displayed. User clicks on the option Executed view properties and the window in Figure 43: Executed View Properties is displayed.

7.4

GUI Layout

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The following table gives the description on the Executed View Properties window: Parameter Name
Dialog Box Title Title Buttons Bar

Description
Executed View Properties

Graphical Object
Title Bar Dialog Box Close Icon of

Keyboard Access
NA NA

Buttons appearing in upper-righthand corner of the title bar


Able to resize the dialog box Contains three tabs: View Template Properties, Execution Context and Spatial Scope Used to create a new view with changes Used to apply the changes to the current view Close Button is the default button and is used to close the view

Resizable Tab Browser

Resizable by dragging edges and corners Tabs

Default resize keyboard access NA

New View Apply Close

Button Button Button

Tab Tab Enter, Tab

Table 19: Description of Executed View Properties The following table gives the description of dragable and droppable objects on executed view: Parameter Allowed Draggable Objects Allowed Droppable Objects Name View Template See Draggable Objects from Table 9: See Droppable Objects Table 9: Drag Properties Drag and Drop Object on View and Drop Object on View Properties Properties Panel Panel Execution None None Context Spatial Scope None None because read-only Table 20: Draggable and Droppable Object on Executed View

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Figure 44: Executed View Properties View Template Properties For the detailed description of the View Template Properties - refer to Table 7: View Template Properties.

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Figure 4445: Executed View Properties Execution Context For the detailed description of the Execution Context refer to Table 10: 5: Table 10: Parameters for Execution Context .

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Figure 46: Executed View Properties Spatial Scope The Spatial scope is read only values; it lists the network objects. 7.4.1 Edit Executed View Properties

To edit the Executed View Properties, right click on the mouse button anywhere in the view. In the popup menu select Edit Executed View Properties. The Edit Executed View Properties window can also be opened from the menu bar. The window contains three tab panes: One for view template properties, one for execution context and one for spatial scope.

7.5

Dynamic Behavior

Availability domain will get updated automatically based on the network object selected. Depending on the prior execution context from date will be grayed if the execution happens to be on the single day.

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7.5.1

Edit Executed View Properties By Dialog Box

Read Only

Create Button

Update Button

View Template Properties Tab

Execution Context Tab

Spatial Scope Tab

Close

Check Modification done in View

Is the operator owner of the View ? No

Refer to Execute ViewDynamic Behavior View Properties are shown in in Greyed

Close Window

Yes No

Update View Tab name add *

Yes

Refer to Create View Template Dynamic Behavior Checks, Refer to Create View Template and Execute View Create a new View Tab. Refer to Execute View

Create Update

Render in Existing Executed View. Refer to Execute View

Figure 4748: Edit Executed View Properties Dynamic behavior

7.6

GUI Errors

Refer to Section 3.6 GUI Errors. The errors discussed in the section 3.6 are applicable in this chapter as well.

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8 EXPORT (NOT IN M0 STEP1)


8.1 General

The system allows the operator to export the executed view to Excel, CSV and XML format. The data from executed view can be copied and pasted on the clipboard using control buttons in the keyboard.

8.2

Use Cases

Sub Use Case AD003-25 Export View(s) Sub Use Case AD003-08 Copy/Paste to System Clipboard (Ctrl-C/Ctrl-V)

8.3

Access

The operator launches the MUSE Application. Then Select the Analysis desktop. This will launch the main window of analysis desktop. The executed view will be displayed in Executed View Browser. The executed view can be selected using keyboard or mouse.

8.4

GUI Layout

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8.4.1

Export View

To export the view in Excel, CSV or XML format, choose the view to be exported and click on the export button. The system will show the following dialog box.

Figure 4950: Export Views Operator can browse the file path using the browse button on the dialog box. Give a unique name and select the type of the file. The export formats are: Excel CSV MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 88/113

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XML Operator click on the OK button, the view is exported to the specified format. Operator can click on the cancel button to cancel the export operation.

8.4.2

Copy/Paste

The operator can select data from executed view and paste on the clipboard. The data copied can be pasted to another applications like excel. Data copied in the system clipboard in the following formats: Unformatted text HTML Picture (Enhanced Metafile)

8.5
None

Dynamic Behavior

8.6

GUI Errors
If MUSE takes more than 2 seconds in processing the export operation then it shows the progress of the export on the progress bar. In case of export failure MUSE Application will display the error (if any) occurred during the operation.

Figure 5152: Error Message- Export Failure If the data is not copied in to the system then error message is displayed to the operator.

Figure 5354: Error Message Copy Failure

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9 USER PREFERENCES (NOT IN M0 STEP1)


9.1 General

The operator can customize the behavior of analysis desktop. The behavior of analysis desktop is not in the scope of this document. Here user preference scenario for Viewer is being captured. The operator can perform the following operations: Configuration of User Preferences Saving User Preferences Implicitly

9.2

Use Cases

Sub Use Case AD006-01 Configuring User Preferences Sub Use Case AD006-02 Saving User Preferences Implicitly

9.3

Access

The user preferences can be accessed from the main menu of analysis desktop.

9.4

GUI Layout

Refer to User Preference Window of Modes and Functions. The followings are the list of values: User Preference Display type when specified in view template Default graph type not Values Tabular, Graphical Bar, Line, Stacked, stacked Yes, No Yes, No Row, Column 100% Default values Tabular Bar No No Row

Display Grid in view Highlight in tabular view Filtering in view to show/hide rows or columns Table 2122: Configurable User Preferences 9.4.1 Configuring User Preferences

To configure the user preferences select the user preference-> Configure User Preferences. The dialog box shown above will be displayed. User chooses the preferences and confirms. Unless the configuration is confirmed the changes will not reflect.

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9.5

Dynamic Behavior

Analysis desktop will refresh as per the preferences set by the user.

9.6
None

GUI Errors

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10 MENUBAR AND POPUP MENUS


For Menu bar description refer to Modes and Functions UIS document.

10.1 Use CasesToolbar


Each view in the executed view browser has a toolbar. The following buttons are present on the toolbar: 1. Display type toggle button (tabular/graphical): This button is used to toggle between tabular to graphical mode and vice-versa. 2. Save (Save Executed View as Template) (not in M0 Step1): This button is used to save the executed view as a template. 3. Filter (not in M0 Step 1): Operator can filter the content to be displayed. Filtering can be performed on either selected rows or columns or highlighted values. 4. Rotate Axis: Operator can rotate/inverse the axes in the graphical view or rotate/inverse rows / columns in the tabular view. 5. Export Executed View (not in M0 Step 1): This button is used to export the view in Excel, CSV or XML format. 6. Highlight: Operator can use highlight button for highlighting the view according to the threshold associated with the display indicators. 7. Propagate Selection: Operator can propagate view topology/functions selection from table/graph to network objects/function tree. The followings are the options for propagation. Tabular Graphical ---------------------Selected Network object(s) All Selected Data All Network Objects All All Data All Network Objects All Data The propagate button is similar to one on the Microsoft word highlight button. When the button is clicked, the default property is activated, when clicked on the dropdown arrow, it gives the options as given above for tabular and graphical view. By default All is selected. Each option has a checkbox associated with it. User can check and uncheck one or more checkbox.

Figure 5556: Propagation Modes for Tabular View

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Figure 5758: Propagation Modes for Graphical View 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. Spatial Rollup (not in M0 Step1): Spatial Roll-up button is used for Roll-up spatially. Spatial Drill Down (not in M0 Step1): Spatial Roll-up/ button is used for Drill-down spatially. Temporal Rollup (not in M0 Step1): Temporal Rollup is used for Rollup temporally. Temporal Drill Down (not in M0 Step1): Temporal Drill Down is used for drill down temporally. Zoom in: Operator can use zoom in to magnify the map. The Zoom in button is applicable only on graphical display. 13. Zoom out: Operator can use zoom out to reduce the map. The Zoom out button is applicable only on graphical display. 14. Cursor Mode: The cursor mode is same as shown on the Microsoft word highlight button. Each mode in the cursor mode will have one checkbox associated with it.

Figure 5960: Cursor Modes The Cursor Mode button has a left part and a right part. Right Part: when pressed pops up the options menu as shown in Figure 75: Cursor Modes52: Figure 75: Cursor Modes The user can then select the options under the menu. The selected options are Shown ticked. Left Part: when selected activates the selected options and When unselected deactivates the selected option

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The following figure describes the dynamic behavior of the cursor mode.

User Click on the Left Part of the "Cursor Mode" Button

User Click on the right part of "Cursor Mode" Button

Is Cursor Modes active?

Existing cursor modes are displayed, Select modes are shown checked

AA User Selects the Modes Yes AA Selected Cursor Modes are deactivated, Remove tooltips/axis lines etc from graph No

The Selected Cursor Modes are activated depending on checked options

Figure 6162: Cursor Mode Dynamic Behavior The cursor mode is used to display values on axes etc. The cursor facility will include: Display Value on Axis Show axis lines Freeze/Unfreeze Axis lines Display values at cursor Freeze/Unfreeze values at cursor Show Grid Lines

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Display Value at cursor mode: If activated a tool tip follows mouse, left click freezes tool tip on graph, left click on frozen tool tip delete it. If this mode is not activated, then there is no tool tip shown. Display Axis line mode: If activated cursor is changed to crosshair

Tool tips are shown on the axes. Left Click freezes axis lines and assigned tool tips (on graphs) Left click on the existing axis lines or the associated tool tips removes both lines and tool tips. Show/Hide Grid lines: Show grid (Horizontal and vertical lines) on the graph, the grid is shown in light gray in the background. The Display Grid in View button is applicable only on graphical display.

The following table gives the description and graphical representation of the toolbar buttons of the executed view browser. Parameter Name Display type button Description toggle If the display type is graphical, when this button is clicked, the display changes into tabular and vice-versa. Save the executed view as template Filter the contents Rotate/inverse the axes of a graphical view or rotate/inverse rows/columns of tabular view View is exported into file. Highlight the values as threshold Propagate to view topology / Data selection from table / graph to network object or data tree Graphical Object Toolbar Button. Keyboard Access NA. The access is possible using mouse.

Save Filter Rotate Axes

Toolbar Button Toolbar Button Toolbar Button

Ctrl + S, The access is also possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse.

Export Executed View Highlight Propagate Selection

Toolbar Button . Toolbar Button Propagate button is shown on the Executed view browser as follows:

NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse.

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Spatial Rollup Spatial Drill Down Temporal Rollup Temporal Drill Down Zoom in Zoom out Display Grid Cursor Mode

Move up Spatially Move Down Spatially Move up Temporal Move Down Temporal Magnify the Graph Reduce the graph Display grid on graph Show the axis, display values on axes etc.

Toolbar Button Toolbar Button Toolbar Button Toolbar Button Toolbar Button Toolbar Button Toolbar Button Propagate button is shown on the Executed view browser as follows:

NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse.

Table 2324: Description of Toolbar button(Executed View Browser) The following buttons are applicable only for graphical display: Zoom in Zoom out Display Grid Cursor Mode The button which are not applicable for tabular mode are be hidden when user toggles from graphical to tabular display Open Point 7: The icon for the following buttons on the toolbar is not yet finalized and these button has been shown symbolic: Highlight Propagate Spatial Rollup Spatial Drill Down Temporal Rollup Temporal Drill Down Icons shown on the toolbar other than mentioned above may also change during implementation. During implementation actual icons will be used on the toolbar Open Point 8: The proposed toggle button to go to the graphical view is as Open Point 9: The proposed display grid button is as .

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10.1.1 Sub group of use cases if necessary <use case number and name from SSRS concerned by this section> <another use case number and name from SSRS concerned by this section>

10.2 Another group Popup Menu


<To be discussed and fixed> The followings are the popup menu: 1. Popup Menu on View a. Edit Executed View b. Copy Executed view c. Rename Executed view d. Close Executed View e. Close All Executed View f. Spatial rollup/drill down g. Temporal rollup/drill down h. Propagate on Graphical display i. Propagate All ii. Propagate All Network Objects iii. Propagate All Functions The followings are the popup menus:
Edit Rename Copy Spatial Temporal Propagate Close Close All > > >

Figure 6364: Popup Menu on View 2. Popup Menu on selection of row/column a. Sorting i. Acending ii. Descending b. Hide c. Unhide

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Sorting Hide Unhide

>

Ascending Descending

Figure 6566: Popup Menu on Row/Column

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Executed View Properties Execution Context For the detailed description of the Execution Context refer to Table 10: Parameters for Execution Context

Figure 67: Executed View Properties Spatial Scope The Spatial scope is read only values; it lists the network objects. 10.2.1 Edit Executed View Properties To edit the Executed View Properties, right click on the mouse button anywhere in the view. In the popup menu select Edit Executed View Properties. The Edit Executed View Properties window can also be opened from the menu bar. The window contains three tab panes: One for view template properties, one for execution context and one for spatial scope.

10.3 Dynamic Behavior


Availability domain will get updated automatically based on the network object selected. Depending on the prior execution context from date will be grayed if the execution happens to be on the single day.

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10.3.1 Edit Executed View Properties By Dialog Box

Read Only

New View Button

Apply Button

View Template Properties Tab Is the operator owner of the View ? No

Execution Context Tab

Spatial Scope Tab

Close

Check Modification done in View

Refer to Execute ViewDynamic Behavior View Properties are shown in in Greyed

Close Window

Yes No

Update View Tab name add *

Yes

Refer to Edit View Template Dynamic Behavior Checks, Refer to Edit View Template and Execute View Create a new View Tab. Refer to Execute View

New View Apply

Render in Existing Executed View. Refer to Execute View

Figure 68: Edit Executed View Properties Dynamic behavior

10.4 GUI Errors


Refer to Section 3.6 GUI Errors. The errors discussed in the section 3.6 are applicable in this chapter as well.

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11 EXPORT (NOT IN M0 STEP1)


11.1 General
The system allows the operator to export the executed view to Excel, CSV and XML format. The data from executed view can be copied and pasted on the clipboard using control buttons in the keyboard.

11.2 Use Cases


Sub Use Case AD003-25 Export View(s) Sub Use Case AD003-08 Copy/Paste to System Clipboard (Ctrl-C/Ctrl-V)

11.3 Access
The operator launches the MUSE Application. Then Select the Analysis desktop. This will launch the main window of analysis desktop. The executed view will be displayed in Executed View Browser. The executed view can be selected using keyboard or mouse.

11.4 GUI Layout


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11.4.1 Export View To export the view in Excel, CSV or XML format, choose the view to be exported and click on the export button. The system will show the following dialog box.

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XML Operator click on the OK button, the view is exported to the specified format. Operator can click on the cancel button to cancel the export operation.

11.4.2 Copy/Paste The operator can select data from executed view and paste on the clipboard. The data copied can be pasted to another applications like excel. Data copied in the system clipboard in the following formats: Unformatted text HTML Picture (Enhanced Metafile)

11.5 Dynamic Behavior


None

11.6 GUI Errors


If MUSE takes more than 2 seconds in processing the export operation then it shows the progress of the export on the progress bar. In case of export failure MUSE Application will display the error (if any) occurred during the operation.

Figure 70: Error Message- Export Failure If the data is not copied in to the system then error message is displayed to the operator.

Figure 71: Error Message Copy Failure

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12 USER PREFERENCES (NOT IN M0 STEP1)


12.1 General
The operator can customize the behavior of analysis desktop. The behavior of analysis desktop is not in the scope of this document. Here user preference scenario for Viewer is being captured. The operator can perform the following operations: Configuration of User Preferences Saving User Preferences Implicitly

12.2 Use Cases


Sub Use Case AD006-01 Configuring User Preferences Sub Use Case AD006-02 Saving User Preferences Implicitly

12.3 Access
The user preferences can be accessed from the main menu of analysis desktop.

12.4 GUI Layout


Refer to User Preference Window of Modes and Functions. The followings are the list of values: User Preference Display type when specified in view template Default graph type not Values Tabular, Graphical Bar, Line, Stacked, stacked Yes, No Yes, No Row, Column 100% Default values Tabular Bar No No Row

Display Grid in view Highlight in tabular view Filtering in view to show/hide rows or columns Table 25: Configurable User Preferences 12.4.1 Configuring User Preferences

To configure the user preferences select the user preference-> Configure User Preferences. The dialog box shown above will be displayed. User chooses the preferences and confirms. Unless the configuration is confirmed the changes will not reflect.

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12.5 Dynamic Behavior


Analysis desktop will refresh as per the preferences set by the user.

12.6 GUI Errors


None

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13 MENUBAR AND POPUP MENUS


For Menu bar description refer to Modes and Functions UIS document.

13.1 Use CasesToolbar


Each view in the executed view browser has a toolbar. The following buttons are present on the toolbar: 15. Display type toggle button (tabular/graphical): This button is used to toggle between tabular to graphical mode and vice-versa. 16. Save (Save Executed View as Template) (not in M0 Step1): This button is used to save the executed view as a template. 17. Filter (not in M0 Step 1): Operator can filter the content to be displayed. Filtering can be performed on either selected rows or columns or highlighted values. Filtering is applicable only for tabular mode. 18. Rotate Axis: Operator can rotate/inverse the axes in the graphical view or rotate/inverse rows / columns in the tabular view. 19. Export Executed View (not in M0 Step 1): This button is used t o export the view in Excel, CSV or XML format. 20. Highlight: Operator can use highlight button for highlighting the view according to the threshold associated with the display indicators. This button is applicable for tabular mode only. 21. Propagate Selection: Operator can propagate view topology/functions selection from table/graph to network objects/function tree. The followings are the options for propagation. Tabular Graphical ---------------------Selected Network object(s) All Selected Data All Network Objects All All Data All Network Objects All Data The propagate button is similar to one on the Microsoft word highlight button. When the button is clicked, the default property is activated, when clicked on the dropdown arrow, it gives the options as given above for tabular and graphical view. By default All is selected. Each option has a checkbox associated with it. Selected networks object and data both can be checked at the same time.
All All Network Object(s) Selected Network Object(s) All Data Selected Data

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Figure 72: Propagation Modes for Tabular View


All All Network Object(s) All Data

Figure 73: Propagation Modes for Graphical View 22. 23. 24. 25. 26. Spatial Rollup (not in M0 Step1): Spatial Roll-up button is used for Roll-up spatially. Spatial Drill Down (not in M0 Step1): Spatial Roll-up/ button is used for Drill-down spatially. Temporal Rollup (not in M0 Step1): Temporal Rollup is used for Rollup temporally. Temporal Drill Down (not in M0 Step1): Temporal Drill Down is used for drill down temporally. Zoom in: Operator can use zoom in to magnify the map. The Zoom in button is applicable only on graphical display. 27. Zoom out: Operator can use zoom out to reduce the map. The Zoom out button is applicable only on graphical display. 28. Show Legend: Operator can use the Show Legend window to use the colors for different criteria. This button is applicable only for tabular mode. Refer to Table 18: High lighting colors for indicator values When the user click on the show legend button the following window will appear:
Highlighting Legend

Select

Criteria No threshold Correct Minor Major Critical Sampling

Color

Figure 74: Show Legend The following table describes the characteristics of show legend dialog box: Parameter Description Graphical Keyboard Name Object Access
Dialog Box Title Title Bar Button Highlighting Legend Buttons appearing in upper-righthand corner of the title bar Able to resize the dialog box The user can have only one instance of View Template Editor The View Template Editor Title Bar Dialog Box Close Icon of NA NA

Resizable Instance Number

Resizable by dragging edges and corners NA

Default resize keyboard access NA

Modality

NA

NA

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Table 26: Characteristic of Show Legend The following table describes the GUI layout of Show Legend Dialog Box: Parameter Description Mandatory ReadDefault Graphical Name only Value Object
Select User uses the select button to select chosen highlighted the rows by row/column header. There is a select button per highlight criteria/color. Describes the highlighting criteria. Color associated with the criteria of highlighting. Yes Yes NA Button

Grayed
No

Keyboard Access
NA, Accessible using Mouse only.

Criteria Color

Yes Yes

Yes Yes

NA NA

Table Cell Table Cell

No No

NA NA

Table 27: Show Legend Dialog Box Description

29. Cursor Mode: The cursor mode is same as shown on the Microsoft word highlight button. Each mode in the cursor mode will have one checkbox associated with it.

Figure 75: Cursor Modes The Cursor Mode button has a left part and a right part. Right Part: when pressed pops up the options menu as shown in Figure 75: Cursor Modes The user can then select the options under the menu. The selected options are Shown ticked. Left Part: when selected activates the selected options and When unselected deactivates the selected option

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The following figure describes the dynamic behavior of the cursor mode.

User Click on the Left Part of the "Cursor Mode" Button

User Click on the right part of "Cursor Mode" Button

Is Cursor Modes active?

Existing cursor modes are displayed, Select modes are shown checked

AA User Selects the Modes Yes AA Selected Cursor Modes are deactivated, Remove tooltips/axis lines etc from graph No

The Selected Cursor Modes are activated depending on checked options

Figure 76: Cursor Mode Dynamic Behavior The cursor mode is used to display values on axes etc. The cursor facility will include: Display Value on Axis Show axis lines Freeze/Unfreeze Axis lines Display values at cursor Freeze/Unfreeze values at cursor Show Grid Lines

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Display Value at cursor mode: If activated a tool tip follows mouse, left click freezes tool tip on graph, left click on frozen tool tip delete it. If this mode is not activated, then there is no tool tip shown. Display Axis line mode: If activated cursor is changed to crosshair

Tool tips are shown on the axes. Left Click freezes axis lines and assigned tool tips (on graphs) Left click on the existing axis lines or the associated tool tips removes both lines and tool tips. Show/Hide Grid lines: Show grid (Horizontal and vertical lines) on the graph, the grid is shown in light gray in the background. The Display Grid in View button is applicable only on graphical display.

The following table gives the description and graphical representation of the toolbar buttons of the executed view browser applicable for graphical mode. Parameter Description Graphical Object Grayed Keyboard Name Access Display type If the display type is Toolbar Button. No NA. The access is toggle button graphical, when this possible using button is clicked, the mouse. display changes into tabular and viceversa. Save Save the executed Toolbar Button No Ctrl + S, The view as template access is also possible using mouse. Rotate Axes Rotate/inverse the Toolbar Button No NA. The access is axes of a graphical possible using view or mouse. rotate/inverse rows/columns of tabular view Export Executed View is exported into Toolbar Button No NA. The access is View file. possible using . mouse. Propagate Propagate to view Propagate button No NA. The access is Selection topology / Data is shown on the possible using selection from table / Executed view mouse. graph to network browser as object or data tree follows:

Spatial Rollup Spatial Drill Down

Move up Spatially Move Down Spatially

Toolbar Button Toolbar Button

Yes, when Spatial Rollup is not possible. Yes, When Spatial drill

NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using

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Temporal Rollup

Move up Temporal

Toolbar Button

Temporal Down Zoom in

Drill

Move Temporal

Down

Toolbar Button

Magnify the Graph

Toolbar Button

Zoom out

Reduce the graph

Toolbar Button

Cursor Mode

Display Value on Axis Show axis lines Freeze/Unfreeze Axis lines Display values at cursor Freeze/Unfreeze values at cursor Show Grid Lines

Cursor button is shown on the Executed view browser as follows:

down is not possible. Yes, when Temporal Rollup is not possible. Yes, When Temporal drill down is not possible. Yes, the zoom in is grayed when its limit has been reached Yes, zoom out is grayed when its limit has been reached No

mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse.

Table 28: Description of Toolbar button for Graphical Mode (Executed View Browser) The following table gives the description and graphical representation of the toolbar buttons of the executed view browser applicable for tabular mode. Parameter Name Display type toggle button Description If the display type is graphical, when this button is clicked, the display changes into tabular and vice-versa. Save the executed view as template Rotate/inverse the axes of a graphical view or Graphical Object Toolbar Button. Grayed Yes, When Graphical mode is not defined for the view. No Keyboard Access NA. The access is possible using mouse.

Save

Toolbar Button

Rotate Axes

Toolbar Button

No

Ctrl + S, The access is also possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse.

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Export View Highlight

Executed

rotate/inverse rows/columns of tabular view View is exported into file. Highlight the values according to their threshold Propagate to view topology / Data selection from table / graph to network object or data tree Move up Spatially Move Spatially Down

Toolbar Button . Toolbar Button Propagate button is shown on the Executed view browser as follows:

No No No

Propagate Selection

NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse.

Spatial Rollup Spatial Drill Down

Toolbar Button Toolbar Button

Temporal Rollup

Move up Temporal

Toolbar Button

Temporal Down Show Legend

Drill

Move Temporal

Down

Toolbar Button

Show Legend button is used to launch the Show Legend window. This window shows the color legend used during highlighting and allows the user to select the associated rows/columns.

Toolbar Button

Yes, when Spatial Rollup is not possible. Yes, When Spatial drill down is not possible. Yes, when Temporal Rollup is not possible. Yes, When Temporal drill down is not possible. Yes, when Highlighting is off.

NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse. NA. The access is possible using mouse.

Table 29: Description of Toolbar button for Tabular Mode (Executed View Browser) Note: The buttons which are not applicable for tabular mode is hidden when user toggles from graphical to tabular display. Similarly when the user toggles from tabular to graphical mode, the buttons which are not applicable in graphical mode are hidden. Open Point 10: The icon for the following buttons on the toolbar is not yet finalized and these button has been shown symbolic: Highlight MUSE Analysis Application - <domain>Viewers - <release M0/ step1> ED ED EVOLIUM 01 01 PROPOSAL 1 MUSE M0 UIS <domain>Viewers - > RELEASED 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 3BK 11274 0030 DSZZA3BK xxxxx xxxx xxxxx 110/113

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Propagate Spatial Rollup Spatial Drill Down Temporal Rollup Temporal Drill Down Icons shown on the toolbar other than mentioned above may also change during implementation. During implementation actual icons will be used on the toolbar Open Point 11: Open Point 12: The proposed toggle button to go to the graphical view is as The proposed display grid button is as .

13.1.1 Sub group of use cases if necessary <use case number and name from SSRS concerned by this section> <another use case number and name from SSRS concerned by this section>

13.2 Another group Popup Menu


The followings are the popup menu: 13.2.1 Popup Menu on View d. Edit Executed View e. Copy Executed view f. Rename Executed view g. Close Executed View h. Close All Executed View i. Spatial rollup/drill down j. Temporal rollup/drill down Propagate on Graphical display i. Propagate All ii. Propagate All Network Objects iii. Propagate All Functions The followings are the popup menus: k.

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Edit Rename Copy Spatial Temporal Propagate Close Close All > > >

Figure 77: Popup Menu on View l. Select Legend The following popup menu item is only available in the tabular mode. It allows the user to select rows/columns based on the highlighting. This popup menu item is included in the popup menu presented in Figure 77: Popup Menu on View
Select > No Threshold Correct Minor Major Critical Sampling

The select menu item is grayed when highlighting is off. m. Reset The following popup menu item is only available in the graphical mode. It allows the user to reset the graph to its original display. This popup menu item is included in the popup menu presented in Figure 77: Popup Menu on View
Reset

The Reset option is grayed when the graph is in its original shape. Reset option is active when the graphed is either zoomed in or zoomed out. 13.2.2 Popup Menu on selection of row/column a. Hide b. Unhide
Hide Unhide

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13.2.3 Popup Menu on View Tab The popup menu of view tab is: a. Copy b. Close All

Copy Close All

Figure 79: Popup Menu on View Tab Note: The followings are not in M0 Step 1: Copy Rename Spatial Rollup Spatial Drill Down Temporal Rollup Temporal Drill Down

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