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Smallworld Training Courses
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General Information                    ...
General Information


Introduction

GE Energy offers its customers a full array of training courses for standard Smallworl...
Smallworld Product Training Paths

Smallworld training courses can be arranged in a number of training paths, which would
...
Example Cambridge Database Application
Smallworld Core Spatial Technology:
Foundation

The Foundation Training course prov...
Example Cambridge Database Application
Using Smallworld Core Spatial
Technology

The Using Smallworld Core Spatial
Technol...
• Gain knowledge of the physical
Smallworld Core Spatial Technology:                    architecture of the Smallworld sys...
• Gain experience of GIS data modelling
Smallworld Core Spatial Technology:                    as an extension of conventi...
• Learn advanced techniques for
Smallworld Core Spatial Technology:                    accessing datasets in a Smallworld
...
Smallworld Core Spatial Technology:
Developer Fast Track

This two-week intensive course is intended
to cover the three tr...
Example Professional Application
Smallworld Core Spatial Technology:
Core 4.0 Update (Developers)

This course provides an...
Objectives
Smallworld Core Spatial Technology:
                                                     • Install Smallworld p...
Smallworld Core Spatial Technology:                 Three-tier architecture caching
Database Administration               ...
Analysing spatial relationships
Using Smallworld Spatial Intelligence

The Using Smallworld Spatial Intelligence
Training ...
Basic knowledge of underlying
Smallworld Internet Application Server                    technologies
                     ...
PNI demonstration database
Physical Network Inventory/Logical
Network Inventory Overview

The Physical Network Inventory/L...
Objectives
Using Smallworld Physical Network
                                                     • After the courses, the...
•    Introducing Physical Network Inventory               Optical node internals
                                         ...
Datastore Server Administration dialog
Smallworld Communications System
Administration

The Smallworld Communications Syst...
• route simple and complex circuit paths
Using Smallworld Logical Network                        over the network, making ...
Configuration Data
Smallworld Logical Network Inventory
Configuration

The Configuring Logical Network Inventory
Training ...
An understanding of the use of designs
Smallworld Design Manager User                             and jobs
               ...
Configuration Tools Menu
Smallworld Design Manager
Administration

This course is designed to instruct end users
on how to...
Smallworld Field Information Plus
Designing and Managing
Smallworld Field Information System

The Designing and Managing S...
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  1. 1. For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm updated 2007- 01-15 Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  2. 2. Smallworld Training Courses Contents Contents 2 General Information 3 Introduction 3 Smallworld Product Training Paths 4 Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: Foundation 5 Using Smallworld Core Spatial Technology 6 Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: Magik Programming 7 Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: Data Modelling 8 Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: Application Development 9 Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: Developer Fast Track 10 Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: Core 4.0 Update (Developers) 11 Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: System Administration 12 Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: Database Administration 13 Using Smallworld Spatial Intelligence 14 Smallworld Internet Application Server 15 Physical Network Inventory/Logical Network Inventory Overview 16 Using Smallworld Physical Network Inventory 17 Smallworld Communications System Administration 19 Using Smallworld Logical Network Inventory 20 Smallworld Logical Network Inventory Configuration 21 Smallworld Design Manager User 22 Smallworld Design Manager Administration 23 Designing and Managing Smallworld Field Information System 24 For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  3. 3. General Information Introduction GE Energy offers its customers a full array of training courses for standard Smallworld products and most of its “out-of-the-box” applications. A regular schedule for most of these courses is offered at our training facility in Denver, CO. Sessions in any of the courses can also be arranged on demand both in our training facility and at customer sites. The standard Smallworld training courses are based on the functionality of the standard products Smallworld Core Spatial Technology, Smallworld Internet Application Server (SIAS) and Smallworld Spatial Intelligence (SI). Courses are based on the example applications and demonstration databases provided with these products, without the addition of any customer- specific functionality. For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  4. 4. Smallworld Product Training Paths Smallworld training courses can be arranged in a number of training paths, which would typically correspond with the intended functions of your trainees. The following training paths are available for managers, end users, application administrators, system analysts and application developers: Training path Recommended courses Supervisor or manager Foundation End user Using Core Spatial Technology, Spatial Intelligence User Application Foundation, System Administration, Database Administration Administrator System Analyst Foundation, Data Modeling, Database Administration Application Developer Foundation, Data Modeling, Magik Programming, Application Development (Core Spatial Technology Upgrade Courses, Internet Application Server) For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  5. 5. Example Cambridge Database Application Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: Foundation The Foundation Training course provides a general overview of various parts of Smallworld Core Spatial Technology. Most of the topics described in this course are covered in much greater depth in other specific training courses. Duration • 3 days Audience Modules • Anyone who requires an overview of Smallworld Core, such as users, • Welcome configurers, database administrators, • Introduction data modelers, developers of Smallworld applications, managers and • Using Smallworld Core Spatial prospective Smallworld customers Technology Getting started Prerequisites of students Objects and geometry • Basic computing skills Queries and analyses Layouts Objectives • Configuring the user environment • Become familiar with using Smallworld Core as a user • Database administration • Gain a basic knowledge of how to • Data modeling configure the user environment for • Introduction to Magik Smallworld applications • Smallworld Spatial Intelligence • Understand the main functions of • Smallworld Internet Application Server database administration • Explore some basic Smallworld Magik Example Administration Application commands, and create some Magik objects • Gain experience of remote access to a Smallworld application server, through use of Smallworld Spatial Intelligence and/or Smallworld Internet Application Server For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  6. 6. Example Cambridge Database Application Using Smallworld Core Spatial Technology The Using Smallworld Core Spatial Technology Training course teaches new users how to use Smallworld Core Spatial Technology Duration • 5 days Audience • New users of Smallworld Core Prerequisites of students Modules • Basic computing skills • Introduction • Getting started Objectives • Help • Start and end a session • Menus and toolbars • Display and navigate views • The view • Create objects and edit object geometry, by using the trail and • Object Control snapping • Objects • Understand topology, and check and • Managing versions edit topological connections • Options • Use the Explorer and scrapbook • The trail • Query and analyse data • Drafting and dimensions • Produce layouts • Editing objects The Smallworld Explorer • Transforms • Joins between objects • Topology • Explorer • Queries • Analysis • Layouts For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  7. 7. • Gain knowledge of the physical Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: architecture of the Smallworld system Magik Programming and key objects • Understand how resources are used in Smallworld Core Spatial Technology is a session to provide all text and buttons written in the powerful Smallworld Magik seen by an interactive user, and how to language. The Magik Training course provide additional resources to provides an introduction to the Magik customise a user interface language and some of the system objects defined in Smallworld Core. It introduces the Magik-based User Interface Example structure of an installed product and the customisation of an application — that is, making small changes in existing functionality and user interface. Duration • 4 days Audience • Software engineers who are following the full Smallworld customisation programme Prerequisites of students • Smallworld Core Spatial Technology Modules Foundation Training • Introduction • A minimum of two years’ experience with a procedural or object-oriented • System rationale programming language such as C++ or • The Magik language Java • Magik Objects Objectives • Collection classes • Learn Magik syntax • Object inheritance • Understand the concepts underlying • Graphical user interface object-oriented programming • Accessing the database • Write, compile and debug Magik code • Product structure • Use the GNU Emacs editor and the • Debugging Class Browser • Topology • Classify methods and classes using pragma statements • Conclusion For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  8. 8. • Gain experience of GIS data modelling Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: as an extension of conventional Data Modelling database design The Data Modelling Training course provides The three facets of a GIS an introduction to data modelling using Real world Real world seen by a GIS user Smallworld Core Spatial Technology, which is an extension of conventional relational 23 25 27 Acme Turbines Ltd database design. Geometry is introduced as an additional data type, and spatial and Underlying data model topological relations are added to the familiar cardinal relations. The course uses the Building objects Road objects Electricity objects Smallworld Case Tool, which is the Attributes Attributes Attributes recommended user interface for the system Alphanumeric Geometry Alphanumeric Geometry Alphanumeric Geometry designer. The practical sessions gradually Relationships to Relationships to Relationships to other objects other objects build up a simple Water Data Model, to other objects demonstrate specific aspects of data GE Energy 13 modelling. Modules Duration • Introduction and overview • 3 days • The Case Tool • Smallworld architecture Audience • User objects • System Analysts and Programmer Analysts who will be following the full • User interface Smallworld software development • Geometry overview program • Topological geometry and manifolds • System Architects and Designers who need to know what can be • Join relationships accomplished within Smallworld Core • Rasters • TINs Prerequisites of students • Data model integrity • Smallworld Core Spatial Technology Foundation Training • System performance • Basic computing experience at design • World of geometry or programming level • Geometry Modelling Objectives • External data • Understand the key concepts of designing a database within the Smallworld environment • Become familiar with the Case Tool For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  9. 9. • Learn advanced techniques for Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: accessing datasets in a Smallworld Application Development database, including loading data, creating geometry and storing it in a The Application Development Training dataset course provides an introduction to the • Use and configure tools such as the development of customised applications Editor Manager and Smallworld based on Smallworld Core Spatial Explorer which are integral parts of Technology. Smallworld Core Duration • Customise the Style system for user objects and geometry types • 5 days Application Framework Architecture Audience Application (gui_framework) • Application developers who are Actions Plugin following the full Smallworld Databus (producers,consumers) customisation programme Editor/Dialog (gui framework ) Prerequisites of students Actions • Smallworld Core training courses: .databus Plugin Foundation, Magik, Data Modelling (or .my_databus equivalent experience of using Magik Plugin Plugin and the Case Tool) • A minimum of two years’ experience with a procedural or object-oriented Modules programming language such as C++ or Java • Introduction • Products, images and sessions Objectives • Application framework architecture • Develop an application based on • GUI configuration Smallworld Core, with interactive access to the functionality • Viewing and managing maps • Configure the user interface to an • Spatial contexts application, to include providing • GUI containers and controls alternative ways of accessing existing functionality and providing access to • Creating a database new functionality • Magik control statements • Learn advanced aspects of the Magik • XML data loader language necessary for controlling an application • Database operations • Use the Case Tool to define the data • Core plugins model for a Smallworld dataset, • Methods for the data model including custom behaviour for user • Methods for styles objects For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  10. 10. Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: Developer Fast Track This two-week intensive course is intended to cover the three training modules necessary for application developers. It encompasses the Foundation, Magik and Application Development courses. See the descriptions for these individual courses for details. Duration • 10 days Audience • Software engineers who will be following the full Smallworld customisation programme Prerequisites of students • Those who want to attend the course should be experienced software engineers with a strong programming background, preferably including an object-oriented language such as C++, Java or Smalltalk Objectives • Achieve the objectives of the three standard courses (Foundation, Magik, Application Development) Modules • Most of the modules included in the Foundation, Magik and Application Development courses will be covered in this fast-track course For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  11. 11. Example Professional Application Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: Core 4.0 Update (Developers) This course provides an overview of key parts of Smallworld Core 4 and of changes occurred since versions 3.2, 3.2.1 and 3.3. Duration • 4 days Audience • Developers of applications based on Smallworld Core • User interface • Managers, DBAs, SysAdmins, and others can also attend the course but Widgets may not benefit fully from the modules Object editors presented Keyboard interaction • Other new features in version 4 Prerequisites of students Authorisation • Previous experience of Smallworld Conflict dialog box Core as an application developer, with Design Clerk knowledge of Smallworld Magik Dimensioning Drafting Modules Help The course content includes the following Layouts modules: Smallworld Explorer • Overview Themes • Keyboard shortcuts Application Framework Architecture • Installation Application (gui_framework) Actions Plugin Installing Smallworld Core Spatial Technology Databus (producers,consumers) Database upgrades Editor/Dialog (gui framework ) • Products and Modules Actions Application framework architecture Plugin .databus .my_databus Draw and highlight Plugin Plugin Database access Goto and spatial contexts Design patterns Additional modules covering changes introduced at the current release are also PNI Case study available. For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  12. 12. Objectives Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: • Install Smallworld products System Administration • Configure a Smallworld Core installation To realise the full performance that users • Build and maintain images expect, installations of Smallworld Core • Manage access to Smallworld databases Spatial Technology require regular maintenance. The System Administration • Back up Smallworld databases Training teaches students how to administer a Smallworld Core installation. The Module Manager Duration • 3 days Audience • Personnel responsible for performing Smallworld system administration tasks Prerequisites of students There are no mandatory prerequisites. Ideally, students should have experience of: Modules • Using Smallworld applications, such as the example Professional and • Introduction Administration applications delivered • Product installation with Smallworld Core • Product configuration • System administration (Windows or UNIX) • User configuration • Smallworld Magik • Emacs and Magik • Loading products and modules Configuring Group Access Rights • Applications and user interfaces • Images • Dataset Controller • Security • Releases, upgrades and patches • Backup and integrity • Problem solving and disaster recovery • Configuring plotting • Other facilities • Connection services For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  13. 13. Smallworld Core Spatial Technology: Three-tier architecture caching Database Administration Persistent Master files cache files The Database Administration Training course LAN explains the concepts of a Smallworld WAN database, and reinforces database Web Multiple administration (DBA) skills through lessons, server in-core caches discussion tasks and hands-on exercises. Web browsers Smallworld Smallworld and other Internet Datastore Duration clients Application Server Server • 4 days GE Energy 6 Audience Modules • Database Administrators (DBAs) • Introduction • Other personnel responsible for • Fundamentals performing the Smallworld DBA • Multi-user access function • SWMFS Prerequisites of students • Managing the database • Smallworld Core Spatial Technology • Monitoring performance System Administration Training • Backup and recovery • Practical experience of performing DBA tasks • Superfiles • A basic knowledge of Smallworld Magik • Working top is also useful • Persistent cache • Managing remote data (extracts & Objectives replicas) • Understand how a Smallworld database • Planning, strategies and recording operates • External databases • Plan strategies for maintaining a database • Rasters • Perform core DBA activities such as • Managing large databases backing up, compressing and • Data model evolution restructuring a database, to ensure data is maintained and optimised For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  14. 14. Analysing spatial relationships Using Smallworld Spatial Intelligence The Using Smallworld Spatial Intelligence Training course introduces Smallworld Spatial Intelligence. The overview section provides a general introduction to the features of Smallworld Spatial Intelligence, and the scenarios provide practice in using these features through a series of realistic step-by-step tasks. 14 Duration Modules • 2 days • Overview • Scenario 1: Making and printing a map Audience showing the accessibility of hospitals to • New users of Smallworld Spatial schools Intelligence • Scenario 2: Creating maps to show population variations Prerequisites of students • Scenario 3: Managing utility assets— • Basic computing skills planning water main repairs • Scenario 4: Notifying customers Objectives affected by planned repairs • Open and create projects • Work with maps, layers and the legend • Add data to maps and modify styles for the data • Slice, filter, chart and autolabel data • Add drawing objects to maps • Query data • Analyse spatial relationships • Create layouts for printing • Create textual reports using Crystal Decisions™ Crystal Reports® For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  15. 15. Basic knowledge of underlying Smallworld Internet Application Server technologies Understanding of the different types of The Smallworld Internet Application Server clients that can be developed and used (SIAS) training course provides an for particular applications. introduction to the Internet Application Server • The attendee will be able to: product, covering its principle features, architecture, installation and the Install and configure the product. development of custom client applications. Configure a web server for use with the SIAS provides direct access from the Internet Internet Application Server. to spatial data and applications using Develop custom services. standard web protocols. It provides a Develop HTML client applications for platform that enables web developers to SIAS using XSL and JavaScript. deploy custom solutions across the Internet HTML client for Cambridge database example Duration • 3 days Audience • System administrators, who will install and maintain installations of Smallworld Internet Application Server based applications • Developers, who will be building Internet Application Server based applications server software • Web developers who will be building clients for Internet Application Server based applications Prerequisites of students • To obtain maximum benefit attendees Modules need to have knowledge of the • Overview following: • System Administration – Server HTML including forms installation XML • Introduction to Client Development JavaScript • Development of a Cable TV application Objectives • Writing Smallworld Internet Application Server services • After the course, the student should have: Knowledge of Internet Application Server architecture For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  16. 16. PNI demonstration database Physical Network Inventory/Logical Network Inventory Overview The Physical Network Inventory/Logical Network Inventory Overview Course provides a general overview of Physical Network Inventory and Logical Network Inventory. It forms a prerequisite for all other Physical Network Inventory courses. Duration • 3 days Audience • The course material is intended for the following audience: Modules users • Introducing Physical Network Inventory configurers • Overview database administrators • Getting started data modellers • Work orders managers • Changing the view Prerequisites of students • Objects and geometry • Basic computing skills • The trail and geometry • Information retrieval Objectives • Manipulating and creating objects • Following the course, students should • Bill of Materials have: Familiarity with Physical Network • Specifications Inventory concepts. • Schematics A basic knowledge of the available • Plotting manipulation tools. • Conflict detection and resolution An understanding of database queries Logical Network Inventory overview • Land Base • Introducing Logical Network Inventory • Introducing Telecommunications (optional) For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  17. 17. Objectives Using Smallworld Physical Network • After the courses, the student should be Inventory able to: Construct aerial and underground The course normally includes the following routing conduits, ducts and manholes four modules: Introducing Physical Network Inventory; Cable Routing; Rack Mounted Route and connect cables Equipment; Fibre Optics. Some additional Place buildings and equipment modules are also available for coaxial cable, Enter specifications copper cable and the line of count mechanism. The introduction provides a Associate specifications general overview of PNI functionality. In PNI Assemble and place RME templates release 3.1 the work order mechanism is PNI internal world: Bay internals now based on functionality taken from Design Manager. The cable routing module teaches how to route any type of overhead and underground cable structure. The RME module teaches how to plan, design and maintain inside-plant rack mounted equipment. Subsequent modules model and maintain various network types. Duration • 5 days for the first 4 modules Audience • Users (All modules) • Configurers (Introduction) • Administrators (Introduction) • Data modellers (Introduction) • Managers(Introduction) Prerequisites of students Modules • Initially no experience of Smallworld Core product or any application is • For a complete list of the content of the required. After the introduction all PNI modules see the next page. subsequent modules require the introduction. All modules related to cable media require knowledge of the introduction and cable routing modules. For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  18. 18. • Introducing Physical Network Inventory Optical node internals Tracing fibre networks Introduction Fibre bundle number schemes Overview Fibre bundle and sheath specifications Getting started Fibre equipment specifications Design Jobs Changing the view Optical node specifications Objects and geometry Optical property specifications Additional exercises Trail and geometry Information Retrieval • Coaxial Cable Manipulating objects Introduction Design Reports Managing Segmentation Specifications As-Built Drafting and association Schematics conventions Plotting Posting RF as-built Equipment Conflicts Network Tracing Landbase Specification Management Amplifier Specifications • Cable Routing Distribution Equipment Specifications Introduction Optical Node Specifications Strand and structure Coaxial Power and Monitor Specifications Viewing strand and structure Coaxial Specifications Setup Conduits and ducts Basic Coaxial device Specifications • Rack Mounted Equipment Making Port Associations Introduction • Copper Cable Suggested RME Implementation Introduction Managing hubs Placing copper cable Managing MDU’s Copper splice setup Managing terminal enclosures Placing copper cable related objects Placing RME Copper line of count RME Templates Throws and ripples Creating equipment connections Managing in-line equipment Managing RME records Terminal enclosures placement Viewing RME installations Creating interface groups RME specifications CRV setup • Fibre Optics Telephone number assignment Introduction Port association setup As Built placement Copper connections Placing a hub Tracing the Network Placing fibre routing Generating copper reporting Figure of eight / slack loop Copper specifications Optical splice closure • Optional parts Optical node Line of Count Fibre connections Schematics Understanding optical internals Radio transmission Splice closure internals For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  19. 19. Datastore Server Administration dialog Smallworld Communications System Administration The Smallworld Communications System Administration Training course focuses on the needs of Smallworld Physical Network Inventory and Smallworld Logical Network Inventory installations. Students learn how to install and administer a Smallworld Physical Network Inventory product installation. An optional module extends the course to cover installation of Smallworld Logical Network Inventory into a Objectives Smallworld Physical Network Inventory • By the end of the course, students will product installation. be able to: Duration Install Smallworld products generally. Specifically, they will get practice in • 3 days installing Smallworld Physical Network Inventory and optionally installing Audience Smallworld Logical Network Inventory. • Personnel responsible for performing configure a Smallworld Physical Network Inventory (and Smallworld Smallworld system administration tasks Logical Network Inventory) installation at a Smallworld Physical Network Inventory or Smallworld Logical build and maintain Smallworld Physical Network Inventory site. Network Inventory (and Smallworld Logical Network Inventory) images (including patching) Prerequisites of students configure Smallworld Authorisation data There are no mandatory prerequisites. for their users Ideally, students should have experience of: Modules • Using Smallworld Physical Network Inventory (and Smallworld Logical • Introduction Network Inventory) • Product installation • System administration (Windows or • User configuration UNIX) • Dataset controller • Smallworld Magik • Images • Loading products and modules • Security and User authorisation • System upgrades • Logical Network Inventory installation For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  20. 20. • route simple and complex circuit paths Using Smallworld Logical Network over the network, making use of Inventory existing ' bearer circuits'where appropriate The Using Logical Network Inventory training • build resilient circuits using the course teaches students how to use Logical protection and diversity mechanisms Network Inventory to create a logical model of a telecommunications network and how to • create graphical representations of the route logical circuits over the given facilities. network as geographical schematics Planning and administration of logical and circuit path schematics as a routing connections are also covered. Students will aid be taught how to use Logical Network • use various administrative features of Inventory in a variety of situations. Logical Network Inventory During this course, they will build simple • recognise and resolve typical telecommunications networks based on troubleshooting issues PDH, SDH, ATM and DWDM technologies, and route circuits across these network. The Modules starting point is a preconfigured but empty • Introduction Logical Network Inventory database. • Introducing telecommunications Duration (optional) • 4 days • Introducing Logical Network Inventory • Network Elements and Service Ports Audience • Associating NE’s and SP’s with RME • New users of Logical Network Inventory • Router and Viewer Prerequisites of students • Creating facilities • There are no mandatory requirements • Geo schematics for this course. Ideally students should • Creating rings have experience of: • Creating subnetworks Core Spatial Technology • Creating circuits Physical Network Inventory Telecommunications industry • Circuit path schematics • Protection Objectives • Diversity • create the network infrastructure for a • Batch operations synchronous or asynchronous network using service ports, network elements, • Advanced troubleshooting (optional) facilities, rings and subnetworks • Circuit administration • associate network elements and service ports with rack mounted equipment (RME) in physical locations, both manually and automatically. For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  21. 21. Configuration Data Smallworld Logical Network Inventory Configuration The Configuring Logical Network Inventory Training course teaches students how to configure Logical Network Inventory. The training also contains some tasks that involve using Logical Network Inventory to route circuit paths. Students will learn how to configure an empty Logical Network Inventory database; they will then be able to diagnose and overcome problems that relate to configuration settings. Duration • 4 days Modules • Introduction Audience • Introducing telecommunications • Configurers of Logical Network (optional) Inventory • Introducing Logical Network Inventory Prerequisites of students • User Interface Configuration • There are no mandatory requirements • Type Metadata for this course. Ideally students should have experience of: • Configuration Rules Core Spatial Technology • Channels Physical Network Inventory • Quad rules and routing rules Telecommunications industry • Lifecycle • Protection Objectives • Diversity • By the end of the course, students will be able to: • Dense Wave Division Multiplexing plan a network configuration that models • Dumper and Loader the real world rules used by their organisation implement that network configuration test the Logical Network Inventory configuration by routing circuit paths For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  22. 22. An understanding of the use of designs Smallworld Design Manager User and jobs The use of Design Layout Tools This course is designed to instruct end users The use of these facilities in conjunction on how to use Smallworld Design Manager in with typical work flows performing their jobs. The course covers the creation and management of jobs and Design Manager sample database designs, as well as the use of design layout tools to create and edit the network assets stored in a Smallworld database. Use of these tools is illustrated in relation to process flows and scenario based workflows as found in distribution centres. The course includes an overview of the use of standard Smallworld functionality in conjunction with Design Manager. Duration • 3 days Audience Modules • The course is designed for end users, typically engineers and designers, who • Introduction to Design Manager are responsible for designing and • Starting Design Manager, and updating utility network and work Overview of Main GIS Window management systems. • Smallworld functionality embedded in Prerequisites of students Design Manager • There are no mandatory prerequisites • Creating and Managing Jobs and for this course. Ideally students should Designs have experience of: • Design Layout Tools (DLT) Smallworld Core functionality • Using the Design Browser Experience of using a GIS • Compatible Units Experience in engineering and/or distribution design • AVA’s • Point Span Editor Objectives • Using the Analysis menu • Following the course, students should • Condition Factors have: • Work Scenario exercise Familiarity with Design Manager concepts. • Plotting Options A basic knowledge of the available • Help manipulation tools. For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  23. 23. Configuration Tools Menu Smallworld Design Manager Administration This course is designed to instruct end users on how to configure Smallworld Design Manager for use in an operational environment. The course focuses on the configuration of Design Manager and Design Layout tools parameters. Smallworld Core configuration issues are also covered. Duration • 3 days Audience The course is designed for administrators and developers who will Modules be involved in configuring Design Manager for use in a working • Introduction environment. • Configuration Assistant Prerequisites of students • Sidebar Tabs • The Design Manager User course is a • Job Scheduler mandatory pre-requisite. • CASE apply • Wizard Configuration Objectives • Compatible Units • Following the course, students should have: • Job Settings Familiarity with Design Manager • Default Attributes concepts. • Condition Factors A knowledge of how to configure Design Manager • WMS Administration The ability to create and modify Design Layout Tools (Wizards) An understanding of how to configure compatible units and condition factors For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™
  24. 24. Smallworld Field Information Plus Designing and Managing Smallworld Field Information System The Designing and Managing Smallworld Field Information System training course provides: • An overview of Smallworld Field Information System • Guidance on how an organisation can implement a field system using the software • Instructions on how to install, administer and maintain a field system Objectives • Instructions on how to customise and distribute client field applications • Customise field applications • Build data server and extract server The course also covers the installation, images, and configure extract servers administration and maintenance of Smallworld Task Management, specifically • Build profiles based on user how it is used as part of a Smallworld Field requirements round trip system. • Use the Profile Builder and Extract Manager tools Duration • Schedule extraction and design • 4 days effective extract deployment strategies • Create and use tasks, and import them Audience into Smallworld Task Management • Database administrators (DBAs) • Implement round trip data flow between • Personnel responsible for customising the main database and field computers and configuring field applications • GIS analysts, administrators and Modules developers • Welcome • IT managers • Introduction to Smallworld Field • Business analysts Information System • Installing Smallworld Field Information Prerequisites of students System • Smallworld Core Spatial Technology • Looking at profiles and extracts Foundation Training • Designing profiles for users • Some experience with XML, and ideally • Designing field applications some experience of Java • Database administration 1 • Task management • Database administration 2 For more information, visit the global training section on the GE Energy web page: http://www.gepower.com/prod_serv/products/gis_software/en/training.htm Smallworld Core Spatial Technology™

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