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View DER tab in Look Ahead (Doc ID 2075903.1)

Last updated on APRIL 18, 2018

Applies to:

Oracle Utilities Network Management System - Version and later
Oracle Network Management for Utilities - DMS - Version and later
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There is a new tab called "View DER" (Distributed Energy Resources) in the Network Management Systems (NMS) v1.12.0.3 Look Ahead where it displays distributed generation in a path of the device being operated.  How is this tab populated?

Below is product configuration where it looks like DS_DER is the data_source.  From which database table is DS_DER being populated, NETWORK_COMPONENTS, ATT_DIST_GEN?

There is a also a check if Power Flow is licensed and "SHOW_DER".  What is the condition for "SHOW_DER"?

                    <Tab name="TAB_DER">
                        <SubPanel name="PNL_DER">
                            <PanelPlacement start="0,0" width="1" height="1" weight="1,1" fill="BOTH"/>
                            <Table name="TBL_DER">
                                <TablePlacement start="0,0" width="1" height="1" weight="1,1" fill="BOTH"/>
                                <TableBehavior data_source="DS_DER" click_to_sort="true" 
                                               resize_columns="true" auto_resize_columns="true"
                                    <Column key="GEN_NAME"/>
                                    <Column key="#RATED_SIZE"/>
                                    <Column key="UNITS"/>
                                    <Column key="#PHASES"/>
                                    <Column key="#DER_LOCATION"/>
                            <Enabled initial="false" when="POWERFLOW_LICENSED and SHOW_DER"/>
                            <Visible initial="false" when="POWERFLOW_LICENSED"/>



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