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2 Notice Copyright Notice Copyright 2002-present by Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. All rights reserved worldwide. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the United States government is subject to the restrictions set forth in DFARS (c)(1)(ii) and FAR Liability Disclaimer Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. ( Aprisma ) reserves the right to make changes in specifications and other information contained in this document without prior notice. In all cases, the reader should contact Aprisma to inquire if any changes have been made. The hardware, firmware, or software described in this manual is subject to change without notice. IN NO EVENT SHALL APRISMA, ITS EMPLOYEES, OFFICERS, DIRECTORS, AGENTS, OR AFFILIATES BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES WHATSOEVER (INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO LOST PROFITS) ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO THIS MANUAL OR THE INFORMATION CONTAINED IN IT, EVEN IF APRISMA HAS BEEN ADVISED OF, HAS KNOWN, OR SHOULD HAVE KNOWN, THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGES. Trademark, Service Mark, and Logo Information SPECTRUM, IMT, and the SPECTRUM IMT/VNM logo are registered trademarks of Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., or its affiliates. APRISMA, APRISMA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES, the APRISMA MANAGEMENT TECHNOLOGIES logo, MANAGE WHAT MATTERS, DCM, VNM, SpectroGRAPH, SpectroSERVER, Inductive Modeling Technology, Device Communications Manager, SPECTRUM Security Manager, and Virtual Network Machine are unregistered trademarks of Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., or its affiliates. For a complete list of Aprisma trademarks, service marks, and trade names, go to: All referenced trademarks, service marks, and trade names identified in this document, whether registered or unregistered, are the intellectual property of their respective owners. No rights are granted by Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., to use such marks, whether by implication, estoppel, or otherwise. If you have comments or concerns about trademark or copyright references, please send an to we will do our best to help. Restricted Rights Notice (Applicable to licenses to the United States government only.) This software and/or user documentation is/are provided with RESTRICTED AND LIMITED RIGHTS. Use, duplication, or disclosure by the government is subject to restrictions as set forth in FAR (June 1987) Alternate III(g)(3) (June 1987), FAR (June 1987), or DFARS (c)(1)(ii) (June 1988), and/or in similar or successor clauses in the FAR or DFARS, or in the DOD or NASA FAR Supplement, as applicable. Contractor/manufacturer is Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc. In the event the government seeks to obtain the software pursuant to standard commercial practice, this software agreement, instead of the noted regulatory clauses, shall control the terms of the government's license. Virus Disclaimer Aprisma makes no representations or warranties to the effect that the licensed software is virus-free. Aprisma has tested its software with current virus-checking technologies. However, because no antivirus system is 100-percent effective, we strongly recommend that you write protect the licensed software and verify (with an antivirus system with which you have confidence) that the licensed software, prior to installation, is virus-free. Contact Information Aprisma Management Technologies, Inc., 273 Corporate Drive, Portsmouth, NH USA Phone: U.S. toll-free: Web site: Page 2

3 Contents Notice... 2 Preface... 8 Intended Audience... 8 Text Conventions... 8 Document Feedback... 9 Online Documents... 9 Overview Prerequisites for Administrators...10 Administrating...10 Files About Files...11 Guidelines and Formatting Conventions...13 Creating Global Files...15 Creating Files for Individual Users...16 Using Global s for Individual Users...18 Probable Cause and Event Format Files About Probable Cause and Event Format Files...19 Specifying Probable Cause and Event Format Files...20 Naming Untitled Probable Cause and Event Format Files...21 Alarm Manager s Creating Global Alarm Manager Files...22 Creating Alarm Manager Files for Individual Users...22 Customizing Alarm Manager s...23 Changing the Refresh Rate...24 Filtering by Severity Value...24 Filtering by Landscape Handle...25 Filtering (Showing) Model Types...25 Page 3

4 Filtering (Hiding) Model Types...25 Filtering (Showing) Model Names...26 Filtering (Hiding) Model Names...26 Customizing the Alarm List...27 Creating Custom Columns...28 Adding/Removing Columns...29 Sorting Column Information...29 Adding a Color Background in the Severity Row...30 Hiding Images in the Model Class Column...30 Setting the Page Size...30 Model Browser s Creating Global Model Browser Files...31 Creating Model Browser Files for Individual Users...31 Customizing View s...32 Specifying a Start List of Model Handles...33 Specifying the Views Available to Users...34 Hiding the Location Area...35 Hiding the Security String...36 Hiding the Details Area...37 Hiding the Contents and Interfaces Table...37 Disabling the Destroy Model Warning Page...37 Customizing the Contents Table...38 Creating Custom Columns...39 Adding or Removing Columns...39 Sorting Column Information...40 Hiding Images in the Model Class Column...40 Adding a Color Background in the Condition Column...41 Customizing the Interfaces Table...42 Adding or Removing Columns for Interface Models...43 Sorting Column Information for Interface Models...43 Custom Collections s Creating Global Custom Collections Files...44 Page 4

5 Creating Custom Collections Files for Individual Users...44 Customizing the Custom Collections Contents Table...45 Creating Custom Columns...46 Adding or Removing Columns...46 Sorting Column Information...47 Hiding Images in the Model Class Column...47 Disabling the Delete Collection Warning Page...48 Adding a Color Background in the Condition Column...48 Model Search s Creating Global Model Search Files...49 Creating Model Search Files for Individual Users...49 Customizing the Searches List...50 Filtering (Showing) Search Names...50 Filtering (Hiding) Search Names...51 Filtering by Landscape Handle...51 Customizing Search Results Tables...52 Creating Custom Columns...53 Creating Custom Tables...54 Linking a Custom Table to a Search Name...55 Adding or Removing Columns...55 Sorting Column Information...56 Hiding Images in the Model Class Column...56 Adding a Color Background in the Condition Column...57 Creating Custom Searches...58 Quick Search s Creating Global Quick Search Files...59 Creating Quick Search Files for Individual Users...59 Customizing Quick Search Tables...60 Creating Custom Columns...61 Adding or Removing Columns...61 Sorting Column Information...62 Hiding Images in the Model Class Column...62 Page 5

6 Filtering by Landscape Handle...62 Adding a Color Background in the Condition Column...63 Alarm and Event Report Scheduling and Filtering About Alarm and Event Reports...64 Setting Up Alarm and Event Reports on Windows NT/ Editing or Running Scheduled Tasks on Windows NT...65 Editing or Running Scheduled Task on Windows Troubleshooting Problems with Alarm and Event Reports...65 Setting Up Alarm and Event Reports on Solaris...66 Editing or Changing the DBWriter Schedule on Solaris...66 Running DBWriter Manually on Solaris...67 Setting Up Alarm and Event Report Filtering...67 Filtering (Showing) Landscape Handles...68 Filtering (Hiding) Landscape Handles...69 Alarm and Event Reports s Creating Alarm and Event Reports Files...70 Creating Alarm and Event Reports Files for Individual Users...70 Customizing Alarm and Event Reports Tables...71 Creating Custom Columns...72 Adding or Removing Columns...72 Sorting Column Information...73 Hiding Images in the Model Class Column...73 Adding a Color Background in the Condition Column...74 Stopping and Starting Tomcat Stopping Tomcat on Solaris...75 Stopping Tomcat on Windows NT or Windows Starting Tomcat on Solaris...76 Starting Tomcat on Windows NT/ Configuring SSL for Apache Tomcat Page 6

7 Software Requirements...77 Installing J2SDK Installing JSSE Obtaining a Digital Certificate...79 Configuring Catalina to Use SSL...81 Configuring Catalina to Redirect Requests to HTTPS...82 Apache Tomcat Known Issues...82 Changing the Osagent Port Changing the Osagent Port While Installing Web Operator...83 Changing the Osagent Port After Installing Web Operator...83 Changing the Web Operator Server Port Changing the Server Port While Installing Web Operator...84 Changing the Server Port After Installing Web Operator...84 Adding Roles Assigning Roles to Web Operator Applications...87 Adding Roles After SPECTRUM Database is Re-initialized...89 Moving Roles to a Different SPECTRUM Host...90 Changing the SPECTRUM Host When Home User Models Change...91 Securing Web Operator Client Disabling Change Password Link...92 Disabling Change Password Link in Other Applications...93 Set Web Operator Startup Application Setting Up a Backup Location Server SPECTRUM-Defined Columns Model Browser Views Index Page 7

8 Preface In This Section Intended Audience [Page 8] Text Conventions [Page 8] Document Feedback [Page 9] Online Documents [Page 9] Intended Audience This guide is intended for administrators of and provides instructions on changing Web Operator default settings. Text Conventions The following text conventions are used in this document: Element Convention Used Variables (The user supplies a value for the variable.) The directory where you installed SPECTRUM (The user supplies a value for the variable.) Courier and Italic in angle brackets (<>) <$SPECROOT> Type the following: DISPLAY=<workstation name>:0.0 export display Navigate to: <$SPECROOT>/app-defaults Solaris and Windows directory paths Unless otherwise noted, directory paths are common to both operating systems, with the exception that slashes (/) should be used in Solaris paths, and backslashes (\) should be used in Windows paths. <$SPECROOT>/app-defaults on Solaris is equivalent to <$SPECROOT>\app-defaults on Windows. On-screen text Courier The following line displays: path= /audit User-typed text Courier Type the following path name: C:\ABC\lib\db Page 8

9 Element Convention Used Cross-references References to SPECTRUM documents (title and document number) Underlined and hypertextblue Italic See Document Feedback [Page 9]. SPECTRUM Installation Guide (0675) Document Feedback Please send feedback regarding SPECTRUM documents to the following address: Thank you for helping us improve our documentation. Online Documents SPECTRUM documents are available online at: Check this site for the latest updates and additions. Page 9

10 Overview In This Section Prerequisites for Administrators Administrating Prerequisites for Administrators The following is required to understand the concepts presented in this guide: Detailed understanding of how Web Operator works. For more information, see the User Guide (5078). Ability to use the UNIX or Windows NT operating system and a UNIX or Windows NT text editor to navigate through the file system, copy and delete files, and create and edit text files. Understanding of Extensible Markup Language (XML). Understanding of Java code. Administrating The Web Operator administrator performs the following major tasks, which are detailed in this guide: Specifies probable cause and event format files from a SPECTRUM installation, rather than a Web Operator installation. Modifies preference files to customize Web Operator applications globally or for individual users. Configures Web Operator to work with SPECTRUM. Schedules alarm and event reports. Modifies XML files to set up role information. Adds, deletes, and edits Web Operator users from SPECTRUM s UserEditor. These tasks are detailed in the Security and Maintenance Guide (2072). Page 10

11 Files In This Section About Files [Page 11] Guidelines and Formatting Conventions [Page 13] Creating Global Files [Page 15] Creating Files for Individual Users [Page 16] Using Global s for Individual Users [Page 18] About Files files contain default values for configurable parameters such as table columns and filtering preferences. During installation, Web Operator automatically creates an example preference file for each application, as described in Table 1 [Page 12]. The example preference files are templates that contain the default values for each application. To customize an application, you must first create the preference file and then change the default values using a text editor. For example, to modify the Quick Search results table so only specific table columns appear, you must create a search.prf file (using search_example.prf as a template) and change the default preference values that apply to table columns. You can customize preferences globally or for individual users. To customize preferences for individual users, you must create a <username>.prf file. Whenever you start an application, Web Operator first looks for any <username>.prf files to determine if preference settings are customized for individual users. If you do not create a <username>.prf file for a user, Web Operator uses the global preference values in the preference file. Page 11

12 Table 1: Files Application File File Alarm Manager walrm_example.prf walrm.prf Model Browser browser_example.prf browser.prf Custom Collections collections_example.prf collections.prf Model Search search_example.prf search.prf Alarm and Event Reports DBWriter_example.prf DBWriter.prf Quick Search qsearch_example.prf qsearch.prf Alarm and Event Report Details dbreader_example.prf dbreader.prf Page 12

13 Guidelines and Formatting Conventions To edit preference files, you must understand the following guidelines and formatting conventions: Administrator or write-access privileges are required to customize Web Operator preference files. Sorting can be applied to a maximum of three table columns. The buttons in each table column indicate the sort order, as described in the following graphic. Primary Secondary Tertiary Table columns can be sorted in ascending or descending order. To define the column sort, use the column name followed by a comma (,) followed by the text ascending or descending. Use a semi-colon (;) to separate each column name-sort type pair. file changes must be saved before they take effect. The number sign (#) indicates commented text; see Figure 1 [Page 14]. An opening parenthesis and closing parenthesis must enclose all preference file code; see Figure 1 [Page 14]. An opening parenthesis and closing parenthesis must enclose individual preferences; see Figure 1 [Page 14]. Separate multiple preference values by a comma (,); see Figure 1 [Page 14]. Spaces between multiple preferences are allowed. Enclose values in quotation marks ( ); see Figure 1 [Page 14]. Page 13

14 Figure 1: Formatting Conventions #These preferences allow you to customize the result #tables and set other options for Quick Search. (qsearch_pref CsUser ) #This preference is used to customize the #columns in the default results table. (ModelTable CsString ModelTable = CsTSssroe_Condition, CsTSwac_ModelName, CsTSssroe_NetworkAddress, CsTSwac_ModelType, CsTSssroe_Landscape ) Comment text with the number sign (#) Enclose entire file with opening and closing parenthises Enclose values with quotation marks Separate multiple values by a comma Enclose individual preferences with opening and closing parenthises Page 14

15 Creating Global Files Global preference files let you change default preferences for each application in Web Operator. Any modification you make to a global preference file affects all users. Important: files you create for individual users override global preferences. Procedure 1. On the Web Operator server, open the following directory: <$SPECROOT>/WebApps/SG-Support/CsResource/preferences 2. For each application you want to customize, use the example preference file as a template and create a preference file, as shown in Table 1 [Page 12]. Note: In Solaris environments, use the copy files (cp) command to create the preference file. In Windows NT/2000 environments, open the example preference file and use the Save As command to create the preference file. 3. Using a text editor, open the resulting preference file and modify the desired preference settings in the appropriate areas of the file as described in the following sections: Alarm Manager s [Page 22] Model Browser s [Page 31] Custom Collections s [Page 44] Model Search s [Page 49] Quick Search s [Page 59] Alarm and Event Report Scheduling and Filtering [Page 64] Page 15

16 Creating Files for Individual Users User preference files let you change default preferences for each application in Web Operator, on a user-by-user basis. Any modification you make to a user preference file affects only that user. Important: files you create for individual users override global preferences. If you want to apply global preferences to an individual user, see Using Global s for Individual Users [Page 18]. Procedure 1. On the Web Operator server, open the following directory: <$SPECROOT>/WebApps/SG-Support/CsResource/preferences 2. For the application you want to customize, open the corresponding directory shown in Table 2. Table 2: User File Directories Application Alarm Manager Model Browser Custom Collections Model Search Alarm and Event Reports Quick Search Directory walrm browser collections search reports qsearch 3. Using the example preference file as a template, create a user preference file, as shown in Table 3, where <username> is an actual user name in Web Operator. Note: In Solaris environments, use the copy files (cp) command to create the preference file. In Windows NT/2000 environments, open the example preference file and use the Save As command to create the preference file. Page 16

17 Table 3: User Files File walrm_example.prf browser_example.prf collections_example.prf search_example.prf qsearch_example.prf dbreader_example.prf File <username>.prf <username>.prf <username>.prf <username>.prf <username>.prf <username>.prf 4. Using a text editor, open the resulting preference file and modify the desired preference settings in the appropriate areas of the file as described in the following sections: Alarm Manager s [Page 22] Model Browser s [Page 31] Custom Collections s [Page 44] Model Search s [Page 49] Quick Search s [Page 59] Alarm and Event Reports s [Page 70] Page 17

18 Using Global s for Individual Users When you create a user preference file for an individual user, the preferences override the global preferences for only that user. The following procedure explains how to create preferences for an individual user, and also use specific global preferences from a global preference file. For example, you can customize tables for all users in the global Model Search file (search.prf), specify a start list of model handles for an individual user in the user preference file (<username>.prf), and also use the customized tables in the user preference file. Procedure 1. Create a global preference file; see Creating Global Files [Page 15]. 2. Create an individual user preference file; see Creating Files for Individual Users [Page 16]. 3. In the user preference file, delete all preferences except for the customized preferences you want. Note: The user preference file must contain the customized preferences only. If you do not delete the remaining preferences, Web Operator will use these preferences by default. Page 18

19 Probable Cause and Event Format Files In This Section About Probable Cause and Event Format Files [Page 19] Specifying Probable Cause and Event Format Files [Page 20] About Probable Cause and Event Format Files installs and uses its own probable cause and event format files by default. This section explains how to change the default setting so Web Operator shares the alarm probable cause and event format files from a SPECTRUM installation, rather than a Web Operator installation. This allows you to integrate third-party and customized files with Web Operator. Note: You can create customized probable cause and event format files using SPECTRUM s Event Configuration Editor, as described in the Event Configuration Editor Users Guide (2260). The following describes each file and where it appears in Web Operator: Probable Cause files indicate the possible causes and recommended actions for the alarm that has been generated. Alarm Manager and Alarm Reports provide hyperlinks to probable cause files. Event Format files determine the contents of an event message. Each event has a separate Event Format file. The text of the Event Format file appears in the Archive Data view in the Event Reports application. Page 19

20 Specifying Probable Cause and Event Format Files Procedure 1. At the Web Operator server, open the following directory: <$SPECROOT>/WebApps/SG-Support/CsResource/preferences 2. Using a text editor, open the ssroe_alrm.prf file. 3. Replace the current value of the probablecausedir preference with the path to the SPECTRUM probable cause files. By default, SPECTRUM probable cause files are located in: <$SPECROOT>/SG-Support/CsPCause. probablecausedir probablecausedir = <$SPECROOT>/SG-Support/ CsPCause 4. Using a text editor, open the ssroe_evnt.prf file. 5. Replace the current value of the eventformatdir preference with the path to the SPECTRUM Event Format files. By default, SPECTRUM Event Format files are located in: <$SPECROOT>/SG-Support/CsEvFormat. eventformatdir eventformatdir = <$SPECROOT>/SG-Support/ CsEvFormat 6. Save and close the ssroe_evnt.prf file. Page 20

21 Naming Untitled Probable Cause and Event Format Files Alarm Probable Cause and Event Format files created in SPECTRUM s Event Configuration Editor appear as ungrouped, hexadecimal numbers in the Alarm Presentation Editor and Event Presentation Editor. To assign a name to these hexadecimal numbers, see the User Guide (5078). Page 21

22 Alarm Manager s In This Section Creating Global Alarm Manager Files [Page 22] Creating Alarm Manager Files for Individual Users [Page 22] Customizing Alarm Manager s [Page 23] Customizing the Alarm List [Page 27] Creating Global Alarm Manager Files The walrm.prf file allows you to customize view preferences, Contents table preferences, and Interfaces table preferences. Any modification you make to the walrm.prf file affects all Model Browser users. To create the walrm.prf file, see Creating Global Files [Page 15]. Creating Alarm Manager Files for Individual Users User preference files allow you to customize view preferences, Contents table preferences, and Interfaces table preferences in Alarm Manager, on a user-by-user basis. Any modification you make to a user preference file affects only that user. To create user preference files, see Creating Files for Individual Users [Page 16]. Page 22

23 Customizing Alarm Manager s The walrm.prf and <user>.prf files provide preferences that allow you to change the refresh rate and modify filtering defaults in Alarm Manager. The following sections describe Alarm Manager preferences and provide examples for changing them: Changing the Refresh Rate [Page 24] Filtering by Severity Value [Page 24] Filtering by Landscape Handle [Page 25] Filtering (Showing) Model Types [Page 25] Filtering (Hiding) Model Types [Page 25] Filtering (Showing) Model Names [Page 26] Filtering (Hiding) Model Names [Page 26] Page 23

24 Changing the Refresh Rate The WAMRefreshRate preference allows you to set, in increments of seconds, how often the Web browser refreshes the Alarm List. The default value is 0. The minimum value is 60 seconds. Values less than 60 seconds are ignored, and the default value of 0 is used instead. The Alarm Manager proxy checks the Alarm Manager preference files (walrm.prf and <user>.prf) for modifications 10 seconds before refreshing the alarm list. For example, if the WAMRefreshRate value is 60 seconds, the Web browser checks preferences file every 50 seconds. This ensures that you see any preference file modification at the next refresh. Important: Aprisma recommends that you do not set the refresh rate to a value greater than 400. Longer time intervals will cause the Alarm Manager Proxy to stop prior to the refresh taking place. The proxy will then have to restart, slowing down the Alarm Manager, because the program will need to reestablish connections and then verify the user upon refresh. The preference value in the following example refreshes the Alarm List every 120 seconds: WAMRefreshRate WAMRefreshRate = 120 Filtering by Severity Value The WAMHideSeverities preference allows you to specify the alarms you do not want to see in Alarm Manager. You filter alarms by severity value. You can enter the severity name (critical, major, minor), the color name (red, orange, yellow), or mix severity names and color names. The preference value in the following example hides all minor alarms: WAMHideSeverities WAMHideSeverities = minor Page 24

25 Filtering by Landscape Handle The WAMShowLandscapes preference allows you to specify which landscape handles you want to receive alarms from. The default value is empty (WAMShowLandscapes = ), which means that you will receive alarms from all landscapes. In the following example, Alarm Manager will receive alarms from landscape handles 0x36c00000 and 0x25d00000 only: WAMShowLandscapes WAMShowLandscapes = 0x36c00000,0x25d00000 Filtering (Showing) Model Types The WAMShowModelTypes preference allows you to specify the model types you want to see in Alarm Manager. Model types you do not enter are excluded from Alarm Manager. You cannot use this preference in conjunction with WAMHideModelTypes. In the following example, model types Rtr_Cisco and Host_NT will appear in Alarm Manager: WAMShowModelTypes WAMShowModelTypes = Rtr_Cisco,Host_NT Filtering (Hiding) Model Types The WAMHideModelTypes preference allows you to specify the model types you do not want to see in Alarm Manager. You cannot use this preference in conjunction with WAMShowModelTypes. In the following example, model types Rtr_Cisco and Host_NT will not appear in Alarm Manager: WAMHideModelTypes WAMHideModelTypes = Rtr_Cisco,Host_NT Page 25

26 Filtering (Showing) Model Names The WAMShowModelNames preference allows you to specify the model names you want to see in Alarm Manager. Model names you do not enter are excluded from Alarm Manager. You cannot use this preference in conjunction with WAMShowHideNames. In the following example, model names workstation1 and workstation2 will appear in the Alarm Manager: WAMShowModelNames WAMShowModelNames = workstation1, workstation2 Filtering (Hiding) Model Names The WAMHideModelNames preference allows you to specify the model names you do not want to see in Alarm Manager. You cannot use this preference in conjunction with WAMShowModelNames. In the following example, model names workstation1 and workstation2 will not appear in the Alarm Manager: WAMHideModelNames WAMHideModelNames = workstation1, workstation2 Page 26

27 Customizing the Alarm List The walrm.prf and <user>.prf files allow you to rearrange the column order, sort column information in ascending or descending order, and hide or show images in the Alarm List shown in Figure 2 [Page 27]. You can also change, hide, or show table columns. Figure 2: Alarm List The following sections describe Alarm List preferences and provide examples for changing them: Creating Custom Columns [Page 28] Adding/Removing Columns [Page 29] Sorting Column Information [Page 29] Adding a Color Background in the Severity Row [Page 30] Hiding Images in the Model Class Column [Page 30] Setting the Page Size [Page 30] Page 27

28 Creating Custom Columns The CustomColumns preference allows you to create table columns using attributes that are not part of the SPECTRUM-defined column list, shown in Table 8 [Page 97]. To create a custom column: Provide the string for the column heading and the attribute ID (handle). Do not use commas or semicolons in the column heading string. Separate the column heading and attribute ID with a comma (,). Separate each column heading/attribute ID with a semicolon (;). Specify a maximum of three custom columns. After creating a custom column, you must add it to the AlarmTable preference (see Adding/Removing Columns [Page 29]). The preference values in the following example create the heading1 and heading2 columns: CustomColumns CustomColumns = heading1,0x ; heading2,0x Page 28

29 Adding/Removing Columns The AlarmTable preference allows you to specify which columns you want to see in the Alarm List. You can select columns listed in Table 8 [Page 97], or any custom columns you have created. Enter column names in the order you want them to appear in Alarm Manager. The following example shows the default table columns and their order in Alarm List: AlarmTable AlarmTable = CsTSwalrm_Acknowledged, CsTSwalrm_Details, CsTSssroe_Severity, CsTSwalrm_ImpactSeverity, CsTSssroe_DateTime, CsTSwac_ModelName, CsTSssroe_NetworkAddress, CsTSwac_ModelType, CsTSwalrm_AlarmType Sorting Column Information The AlarmTableSort preference allows you to sort column information in the Alarm List. You can define a sort order for a maximum of three columns. Columns can be sorted in ascending or descending order. The following example shows the default column sort order: AlarmTableSort AlarmTableSort = CsTSssroe_Severity, Descending; CsTSssroe_DateTime,Descending; CsTSwac_ModelName,Ascending Page 29

30 Adding a Color Background in the Severity Row The SeverityAsRow preference allows you to show the severity of alarms in the Alarm List as the background color for the entire row (Figure 2 [Page 27]). Set this preference to FALSE to change the Severity column to display the colored bell rather than colored rows. The following example shows the default preference value: SeverityAsRow SeverityAsRow = TRUE Hiding Images in the Model Class Column The ShowModelClassImage preference allows you to hide the Model Class image and show a text string (for example, )only. The default value is FALSE, which shows the text string only. If you set the value to TRUE, the Model Class column shows both the image and text string. Note: This preference applies only if CsTSwac_ModelClass is specified as a column in the Alarm List. The following example shows the default preference value: ShowModelClassImage ShowModelClassImage = FALSE Setting the Page Size The tablepagesize preference allows you to set the number of alarms that appear on a single page in the Alarm List. The default value is 20. If there are more alarms than the preference value, a page selector appears at the bottom of the Alarm List. To disable pagination, enter a value of 0. The following example shows the default preference value: tablepagesize tablepagesize = 20 Page 30

31 Model Browser s In This Section Creating Global Model Browser Files [Page 31] Creating Model Browser Files for Individual Users [Page 31] Customizing View s [Page 32] Customizing the Contents Table [Page 38] Customizing the Interfaces Table [Page 42] Creating Global Model Browser Files The browser.prf file allows you to customize view preferences, Contents table preferences, and Interfaces table preferences. Any modification you make to the browser.prf file affects all Model Browser users. To create the browser.prf file, see Creating Global Files [Page 15]. Creating Model Browser Files for Individual Users User preference files allow you to customize view preferences, Contents table preferences, and Interfaces table preferences in Model Browser, on a user-by-user basis. Any modification you make to a user preference file affects only that user. To create user preference files, see Creating Files for Individual Users [Page 16]. Page 31

32 Customizing View s The browser.prf and <user>.prf files provide preferences that allow you to customize views in Model Browser. The following sections describe Model Browser preferences and provide examples for changing them: Specifying a Start List of Model Handles [Page 33] Specifying the Views Available to Users [Page 34] Hiding the Location Area [Page 35] Hiding the Security String [Page 36] Hiding the Details Area [Page 37] Hiding the Contents and Interfaces Table [Page 37] Disabling the Destroy Model Warning Page [Page 37] Page 32

33 Specifying a Start List of Model Handles The WMBStartList preference lets you specify a start list of model handles. The model handles you select appear in the Landscapes list (Figure 3) when you start Model Browser. If you do not want to specify a start list, keep the default value (0x ). Note: To find a model handle, use the Command Line Interface (CLI). In <$SPECROOT>/vnmsh, enter the following command: show models grep <model name>. For more information on CLI, see the Command Line Interface (0664) Guide. In the following example, models 0x1d and 0x1d appear in the Landscapes list: WMBStartList WMBStartList = 0x1d700000,0x1d Figure 3: Landscapes List Page 33

34 Specifying the Views Available to Users The WMBViews preference let you specify which views appear in the Views list (Figure 4). For a list of available views, see Table 9 [Page 99]. In the following example, the Topology, Location, and Organization views appear in the Views list: WMBViews WMBViews = CsTSssroe_ViewType_0x :Universe:0x , CsTSssroe_ViewType_0x :World:0x , CsTSssroe_ViewType_0x :Top_Org:0x Figure 4: Views List Page 34

35 Hiding the Location Area The WMBShowLocation preference lets you hide the Location area (Figure 5). The default value is TRUE, which shows the Location area. If you set the value to FALSE, the Location view does not appear in Model Browser. The following example hides the Location area: WMBShowLocation WMBShowLocation = FALSE Figure 5: Location View Page 35

36 Hiding the Security String The WMBHideSecurityString preference lets you hide the Security String attribute (Figure 6 [Page 36]) from users with administrator access. The default value is FALSE, which shows the security string. To hide the Security String in the Details view of Model Browser, change the default value to TRUE. The following example shows the default preference value: WMBHideSecurityString WMBHideSecurityString = FALSE Note: The Security String attribute appears only if the user has administrator access (ADMIN). Figure 6: Details Area Security String Attribute Page 36

37 Hiding the Details Area The WMBShowInformation preference lets you hide the Details area (Figure 6). The default value is TRUE, which shows the Details area. If you set the value to FALSE, the Details area does not appear in Model Browser. The following example hides the Details area: WMBShowInformation WMBShowInformation = FALSE Hiding the Contents and Interfaces Table The WMBShowContents preference lets you hide the Contents table and Interfaces table. The default value is TRUE, which shows the Contents table and Interfaces table. If you set the value to FALSE, the Contents table and Interfaces table do not appear in Model Browser. The following example hides the Contents table and Interfaces table: WMBShowContents WMBShowContents = FALSE Disabling the Destroy Model Warning Page The WMBShowDestroyModelWarningPage preference lets you disable the warning page the appears before a model is destroyed. The default value is TRUE, which enables the warning page. If you set the value to FALSE, the warning page does not appear. The following example shows the default preference value: WMBShowDestroyModelWa rningpage WMBShowDestroyModelWarningPage = TRUE Page 37

38 Customizing the Contents Table The browser.prf and <user>.prf files allow you to rearrange the column order, sort column information in ascending or descending order, and hide or show images in the Contents table (Figure 7). You can also change, hide, or show table columns. Figure 7: Contents Table The following sections describe Contents table preferences and provide examples for changing them: Creating Custom Columns [Page 39] Adding or Removing Columns [Page 39] Sorting Column Information [Page 40] Hiding Images in the Model Class Column [Page 40] Adding a Color Background in the Condition Column [Page 41] Page 38

39 Creating Custom Columns The CustomColumns preference lets you create table columns using attributes that are not part of the SPECTRUM-defined column list. To create a custom column: Provide the text string for the column heading and the attribute ID (handle). Do not use commas or semicolons in the column heading string. Separate the column heading and attribute ID with a comma (,). Separate each column heading/attribute ID with a semicolon (;). After creating a custom column, you must add it to the ModelTable preference (see Adding or Removing Columns [Page 39]). The preference values in the following example create the heading1 and heading2 columns: CustomColumns CustomColumns = heading1,0x ; heading2,0x Adding or Removing Columns The ModelTable preference lets you specify which columns you want to see in the Contents table. You can select columns listed in Table 8 [Page 97], or any custom columns you have created. Enter column names in the order you want them to appear in the Contents table. The following example shows the default table columns and their order in the Contents table: ModelTable ModelTable = CsTSssroe_Condition, CsTSwac_ModelName, CsTSssroe_ModelPipes, CsTSssroe_NetworkAddress, CsTSwac_ModelType Page 39

40 Sorting Column Information The ModelTableSort preference lets you sort column information in the Contents table. You can define a sort order for a maximum of three columns. Columns can be sorted in ascending or descending order. The following example shows the default column sort order: ModelTableSort ModelTableSort = CsTSssroe_Condition, Descending; CsTSwac_ModelType,Ascending; CsTSwac_ModelName,Ascending Hiding Images in the Model Class Column The ShowModelClassImage preference allows you to hide the Model Class image and show a text string (for example, ) in the Details view, Contents table, and Interfaces table. The default value is FALSE, which shows the text string only. If you set the value to TRUE, the Model Class column shows both the image and text string. Note: This preference applies only if CsTSwac_ModelClass is specified as a column in the Contents table. The following example shows the default preference value: ShowModelClassImage ShowModelClassImage = FALSE Page 40

41 Adding a Color Background in the Condition Column The ConditionAsRectangle preference allows you to show the severity of an alarm in the Condition column as a background color. The default preference is FALSE, which displays the alarm severity as a colored ball rather than a background color. The following example shows the default preference value: ConditionAsRectangle ConditionAsRectangle = FALSE Page 41

42 Customizing the Interfaces Table The browser.prf and <user>.prf files let you add, remove, or sort column information in ascending or descending order in the Interfaces table (Figure 8). Figure 8: Interfaces Table The following sections describe Interfaces table preferences and provide examples for changing them: Adding or Removing Columns for Interface Models [Page 43] Sorting Column Information for Interface Models [Page 43] Page 42

43 Adding or Removing Columns for Interface Models The PortTable preference lets you specify which port model columns you want to see in the Interfaces table. You can select columns listed in Table 8 [Page 97], or any custom columns you have created. Enter column names in the order you want them to appear in the Contents table. The following example shows the default port model table columns and their order in the Interfaces table: PortTable PortTable = CsTSssroe_IfIndex, CsTSssroe_Condition, CsTSssroe_IfAdminStatus, CsTSssroe_IfOperStatus, CsTSssroe_IfType, CsTSssroe_IfSpeed, CsTSssroe_IfDescr, CsTSssroe_MacAddress, CsTSssroe_IpAddr, CsTSssroe_IfConnectsTo, CsTSssroe_IfLinksWith Sorting Column Information for Interface Models The PortTableSort preference lets you sort column information in the Interfaces table. You can define a sort order for a maximum of three columns. Columns can be sorted in ascending or descending order. The following example shows the default sort order for interface models: PortTableSort PortTableSort = CsTSssroe_IfIndex, Ascending; CsTSssroe_Condition,Descending; CsTSssroe_IfType,Ascending Page 43

44 Custom Collections s In This Section Creating Global Custom Collections Files [Page 44] Creating Custom Collections Files for Individual Users [Page 44] Customizing the Custom Collections Contents Table [Page 45] Creating Global Custom Collections Files The collections.prf file lets you customize the Custom Collections Contents table. Any modification you make to the collections.prf file affects all Custom Collections users. To create the collections.prf file, see Creating Global Files [Page 15]. Creating Custom Collections Files for Individual Users User preference files let you customize the Custom Collections Contents table preferences, on a user-by-user basis. Any modification you make to a user preference file affects only that user. To create user preference files, see Creating Files for Individual Users [Page 16]. Page 44

45 Customizing the Custom Collections Contents Table The collections.prf and <user>.prf files let you rearrange the column order, sort column information in ascending or descending order, and hide or show images in the Custom Collections Contents table (Figure 9). You can also change, hide, or show table columns. Figure 9: Custom Collections Contents Table The following sections describe Custom Collections preferences and provide examples for changing them: Creating Custom Columns [Page 46] Adding or Removing Columns [Page 46] Sorting Column Information [Page 47] Hiding Images in the Model Class Column [Page 47] Disabling the Delete Collection Warning Page [Page 48] Adding a Color Background in the Condition Column [Page 48] Page 45

46 Creating Custom Columns The CustomColumns preference let you create table columns using attributes that are not part of the SPECTRUM-defined column list. To create a custom column: Provide the text string for the column heading and the attribute ID (handle). Do not use commas or semicolons in the column heading string. Separate the column heading and attribute ID with a comma (,). Separate each column heading/attribute ID with a semicolon (;). After creating a custom column, you must add it to the ModelTable preference (see Adding or Removing Columns [Page 46]). The preference values in the following example create the heading1 and heading2 columns: CustomColumns CustomColumns = heading1,0x ; heading2,0x Adding or Removing Columns The ModelTable preference lets you select which columns you want to see in the Custom Collections results table. You can select columns listed in Table 8 [Page 97], or any custom columns you have created. Enter column names in the order you want them to appear in the Custom Collections results table. The following example shows the default table columns and their order in the Custom Collections results table: ModelTable ModelTable = CsTSssroe_Condition, CsTSwac_ModelName, CsTSssroe_NetworkAddress, CsTSwac_ModelType, CsTSssroe_Landscape Page 46

47 Sorting Column Information The ModelTableSort preference lets you sort column information in the Custom Collections results table. You can define a sort order for a maximum of three columns. Columns can be sorted in ascending or descending order. The following example shows the default column sort order: ModelTableSort ModelTableSort = CsTSssroe_Condition, Descending; CsTSssroe_Landscape,Ascending; CsTSwac_ModelName,Ascending Hiding Images in the Model Class Column The ShowModelClassImage preference allows you to hide the Model Class image and show a text string (for example, )only. The default value is FALSE, which shows the text string only. If you set the value to TRUE, the Model Class column shows both the image and text string. Note: This preference applies only if CsTSwac_ModelClass is specified as a column in the Custom Collections results table. The following example shows the default preference value: ShowModelClassImage ShowModelClassImage = FALSE Page 47

48 Disabling the Delete Collection Warning Page The WMBShowDeleteCollectionWarningPage preference lets you disable the warning page the appears before a collection is deleted. The default value is TRUE, which enables the warning page. If you set the value to FALSE, the warning page does not appear. The following example shows the default preference value: WMBShowDeleteCollecti onwarningpage WMBShowDeleteCollectionWarningPage = TRUE Adding a Color Background in the Condition Column The ConditionAsRectangle preference allows you to show the severity of an alarm in the Condition column as a background color. The default preference is FALSE, which displays the alarm severity as a colored ball rather than a background color. The following example shows the default preference value: ConditionAsRectangle ConditionAsRectangle = FALSE Page 48

49 Model Search s In This Section Creating Global Model Search Files [Page 49] Creating Model Search Files for Individual Users [Page 49] Customizing the Searches List [Page 50] Customizing Search Results Tables [Page 52] Creating Custom Searches [Page 58] Creating Global Model Search Files The search.prf file lets you customize Searches list preferences, search results table preferences, and custom search preferences. Any modification you make to the search.prf file affects all Model Search users. To create the search.prf file, see Creating Global Files [Page 15]. Creating Model Search Files for Individual Users User preference files let you customize Searches list preferences, search results table preferences, and custom search preferences in Model Browser, on a user-by-user basis. Any modification you make to a user preference file affects only that user. To create user preference files, see Creating Files for Individual Users [Page 16]. Page 49

50 Customizing the Searches List The search.prf and <user>.prf files let you customize which search name (for example, Alarm Conditions, Bridges, or Brouters) you want to appear in the Searches list (Figure 10). This list appears after you select Model Search. Figure 10: Searches List The following sections describe Model Search preferences and provide examples for changing them: Filtering (Showing) Search Names [Page 50] Filtering (Hiding) Search Names [Page 51] Filtering by Landscape Handle [Page 51] Filtering (Showing) Search Names The WMSShowSearches preference lets you specify the search names you want to see in the Searches list. Search names you do not enter are excluded from the Searches list. In the following example, the search names Devices, Critical Conditions, and Network Address will appear in the Searches list: WMSShowSearches WMSShowSearches = Devices,Critical Conditions,Network Address Page 50

51 Filtering (Hiding) Search Names The WMSHideSearches preference lets you specify the Search Names you do not want to see in the Searches list. You cannot use this preference together with WMShowSearches. In the following example, the search names End Nodes and Lost and Found will not appear in the Searches list: WMSHideSearches WMSHideSearches = End Nodes,Lost and Found Filtering by Landscape Handle The ShowLandscapes preference lets you specify which landscape handles you want to search on. The default value is empty (ShowLandscapes = ), which means that you search on all landscapes. In the following example, Model Search will search on landscape handles 0x36c00000 and 0x25d00000 only: ShowLandscapes ShowLandscapes = 0x36c00000,0x25d00000 Page 51

52 Customizing Search Results Tables The search.prf and <user>.prf files let you rearrange the column order, sort column information in ascending or descending order, and hide or show images in the default search results table (ModelTable) shown in Figure 11. You can also change, hide, or show table columns. Figure 11: Search Results Tables When you choose a search from the Searches list (Figure 10 [Page 50], such as Alarm Conditions or Bridges, the default search results table appears with the information you requested. If you want a particular search name to use a custom table, rather than the default search results table, you can create a new table preference and customize the table attributes to suit your needs. The following sections describe Model Search preferences and provide examples for changing them: Creating Global Files [Page 15] Creating Files for Individual Users [Page 16] Creating Custom Columns [Page 53] Creating Custom Tables [Page 54] Linking a Custom Table to a Search Name [Page 55] Adding or Removing Columns [Page 55] Sorting Column Information [Page 56] Hiding Images in the Model Class Column [Page 56] Page 52

53 Adding a Color Background in the Condition Column [Page 57] Creating Custom Columns The CustomColumns preference lets you create table columns using attributes that are not part of the default or SPECTRUM-defined column list. To create a custom column: Provide the text string for the column heading and the attribute ID (handle). Do not use commas or semicolons in the column heading string. Separate the column heading and attribute ID with a comma (,). Separate each column heading/attribute ID with a semicolon (;). After creating a custom column, you must add it to the ModelTable preference (see Adding or Removing Columns [Page 55]). The preference values in the following example create the heading1 and heading2 columns: CustomColumns CustomColumns = heading1,0x ; heading2,0x Page 53

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