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    1 CME Single Configuration Operation Guide This section describes data configuration operations. The CME allows you to search for configuration objects, configure a single object or configure objects in batches, and perform other basic operations in the data configuration window. Searching for and Configuring Configuration Objects Figure 1-1 shows the window for searching for NE managed objects (MOs) and configuring such objects. Figure 1-1 Window for searching for and configuring configuration objects 1. Select an object view from the left pane of the planned data area, for example, base station. 2. In area 1, select the base station controller, base station, or cell to which a configuration object belongs. 3. In area 2, type the name of a configuration object on the Search  tab page, for example, GCELL . 4. In the Object Name  column of area 3, double-click the required configuration object. all parameters for the configuration object are displayed in area 4. 5. Configure the data in area 4 and area 5.    TIP:    To obtain parameter description for a configuration object, press F1  in area 4  to invoke the Help of the parameters for the configuration object.    Click to hide or show area 5  that vertically displays a single record. Operations for Configuring Multiple Records The data configuration window for objects consists of the window for multiple records and for a single record. Figure 1-1 shows the window for multiple records in area 4  and the window for a single record in area 5 . Table 1-1 describes the operations you can perform in area 4  for configuring multiple records. Table 1-1 Data configuration operations Operation Description  Add a configuration object. Click , add a record of object information, and click to save the information. is displayed in front of the added record. NOTE:    If the parameter value is in hexadecimal format, type H'**** . For example, H'1214 .     After configuring some mandatory parameters, you can select Auto Commit  in the upper right part. The CME automatically saves the configured data on the client when you view other data. To save all the configured data to the planned data area, click after configuring all mandatory parameters. Modify a single parameter. Select the parameter you want to modify, type a new value, and click . You can also click the blank area on the left of to save the modification. is displayed on the left of the modified record. Modify parameters in batches. Click in the upper right part of the configuration window. The CME displays Bulk Modification Wizard . Modify parameters in batches according to the wizard. Delete a configuration object. Select one or more records you want to delete, and click .     After you delete an existing record, is displayed on the left of the record.     After you delete a new record, the record is not displayed in the window. Update configuration data. Click to update the configuration data in the active window. TIP:  After data is changed due to data import or other interlocked modification, you can update data if the data in the active data configuration window is not automatically updated.    View parameter names displayed incompletely. Some parameter names are long and the CME displays only part of the parameter names. To view a complete parameter name, do as follows:    Place the cursor on the parameter name. The CME automatically displays the full name of the parameter.    Widen the column of the table by dragging the separation line between two columns until the full parameter name can be displayed.    Double-click the separation line between two columns. The CME automatically adjusts the column width to display the parameter names fully. Export data.    Right-click a data record and choose Export All Data of Current NE Version  from the shortcut menu. The CME exports all the NE data in the active current or planned data area that is of the same version as the selected data to a file.    In the data configuration area, select a data record, and click . The CME exports all the data of the object under the NE to a file. Copy data. Right-click the record you want to copy and choose one of the following items as required:    Copy Record : copies existing data in the selected record and pastes the data to the added record.    Copy Cell : copies data in the selected cell and pastes the data to another file.    Copy Row : copies all data in the selected row and pastes the data to another file.    Copy Column : copies all data in the column where the selected cell locates and pastes the data to another file.    Copy Table : copies all data in the selected table and pastes the data to another file. Sort data. Sort data in the current window in ascending or descending order. 1. Click next to the name of the data to be sorted to change it into . 2. Click . The CME sorts the data in ascending or descending order. Filter data. The objects that meet the entered filter criteria can be quickly located. 1. Click next to the parameter name. 2. Select filter criteria from the drop-down list.    Select a single filter criterion: Select a parameter value from the drop-down list. The CME displays the data that matches the value.    Select multiple filter criteria: Select Custom  from the drop-down list. Then, select multiple criteria in the displayed dialog box. The CME displays the data that meets these filter criteria. CAUTION:    The function applies only to the data consisting of numerals, characters, or a combination of them.    Characters are case insensitive. Hide parameters. Hide the parameters that you do not need to view in the window. 1. Right-click in the data configuration area and choose Select Columns to Display  from the shortcut menu. 2. Clear the parameters that are not required.    Collect statistics about records. Right-click in the data configuration area and choose Record Statistics  from the shortcut menu. Locate the column for a parameter. Locate the column for a parameter according to the parameter name. You can use this function when the scroll bar is displayed for additional parameters that do not fit into the space in the window. 1. Right-click in the data configuration area and choose Locate Column  from the shortcut menu. 2. In the displayed dialog box, type the name of the parameter that you want to locate and click OK . Operations for Configuring a Single Record In the single record configuration area, you can only modify a single parameter, modify parameters in batches, update configuration data, and export data by click as described in Table 1-1. 
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