How to Test the Control Zone Overlap Color Displayed in Switch Sheet Tab (Doc ID 2263477.1)

Last updated on MAY 16, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Network Management for Utilities - DMS - Version 1.11.0.4 to 2.3.0.0.0 [Release 1.11 to 2.3]
Oracle Utilities Network Management System - Version 1.11.0.4 to 2.3.0.0.0 [Release 1.11 to 2.3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

The following steps show how to test the coloring of the Overlaps tab

Create a new Planned Switching Sheet

Planned switch sheet opens to the default Request Tab
In the Request Panel complete the following fields Region
  • Request Type
  • Requested By should auto populate
  • Location
  • Substation
  • Start Date
  • Finish Date
  • Alt. Start Date One day after the Start Date
  • Alt Finish Date One day after the Finish Date
  • Feeder
  • Device/Equipment  Open a Viewer and select a transformer and copy and paste the 
  • device to the Device/Equipment text box.
  • Voltage -13kV
  • Equipment Requested - Transformer
  • Emergency Availability - None
  • Description of Work Heavy up transformer
Click Save the currently active switching sheet icon.
Go to the Steps tab.
  1. Click Record Off Changes to Record On in bold red font.
  2. Bring up the Control Tool for the device in the Device/Equipment text box and open the device in the Viewer.
  3. A row is added to the Steps tab.
  4. If not still open, bring up the Control tool and close the device.
  5. Another row is added to the Step tab.
  6. Click “Reset study session to real-time or nominal.
  7. Reset Study Session message displays. Click Real Time button.
  8. Viewer is reset to real time and ST Completed is deleted from the Status column.
  9. Click Impacted Customers tab.
  10. Click Rebuild the impacted customers list (refresh) icon.
  11. A folder with a date/time stamp will display.
Create a second Planned Switching Sheet
Planned switch sheet open to the default Request Tab
In the Request Panel complete the following fields
  • Region – Same as first switching sheet
  • Request Type - Same as first switching sheet
  • Requested By – should auto populate
  • Location –Same location as first switching sheet
  • Substation  Same substation as first switching sheet
  • Start Date –Three days after the first plan start date/time
  • Finish Date - Three days after the first plan finish date/time
  • Alt. Start Date – One day after this switching sheet start date/time
  • Alt Finish Date - One day after this switching sheet start date/time
  • Feeder - Same as first switching sheet
  • Device/Equipment  Same as first switching sheet
  • Voltage – Same as first switching sheet
  • Equipment Requested - Same as first switching sheet
  • Emergency Availability - Same as first switching sheet
  • Description of Work – Customer electrician
Click Save the currently active switching sheet icon.
Click the Steps tab.
  • Click Record Off –Changes to Record On in bold red font.
  • Bring up the Control Tool for the device in the Device/Equipment text box and open the 
  • device in the Viewer.
  • A row is added to the Steps tab.
  • If not still open, bring up the Control tool and close the device.
  • Another row is added to the Step tab.
  • Click “Reset study session to real-time or nominal.
  • Reset Study Session message displays. Click Real Time button.
  • Viewer is reset to real time and ST Completed is deleted from the Status column.
  • Click Impacted Customers tab.
  • Click Rebuild the impacted customers list (refresh) icon.
  • A folder with a date/time stamp will display.

 

On the first switch sheet, select

  • Overlaps tab
  • Filter By  - Control Zones
  • Range - +/- 1 week
  • Click Update the overlaps icon.
  • Row is added to Overlaps tab and Sheet# cell is red. According to documentation it
  • What color should be displayed? Should it be Red or Orange?

 

 

Solution

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