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Oracle® Communications Network Integrity Optical UIM Integration Cartridge Guide
Release 7.2.2

Part Number E35809-02
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Preface

This guide describes the functionality and design of the Oracle Communications Network Integrity Optical UIM Integration cartridge.

Audience

This guide is intended for network administrators who want to understand the design and functionality of this cartridge. Also, for Network Integrity integrators and developers who want either to build or to extend similar cartridges.

You should be familiar with the following documents:

  • Network Integrity Concepts: for an overview of Network Integrity.

  • Network Integrity Developer's Guide: for detailed information about Network Integrity cartridge components and extensibility.

  • Network Integrity Installation Guide: for information about the cartridge deployer to deploy and undeploy cartridges to the run-time application.

  • Network Integrity UIM Integration Cartridge Guide: as this cartridge extends the UIM Integration Cartridge.

  • Network Integrity Optical TMF814 CORBA Cartridge Guide: as this cartridge extends the Optical TMF814 CORBA Cartridge.

This guide assumes that you are familiar with the following Oracle products and components:

  • Oracle Communications Design Studio for Network Integrity

  • Oracle Communications Unified Inventory Management (UIM)

  • Network Integrity Optical TMF814 CORBA Cartridge

  • Development and extensibility of Network Integrity cartridges

This guide assumes that you are familiar with the following concepts and technologies:

  • TMF814 and Multi Technology Network Management (MTNM) standards and terminology

  • Common object request broker architecture (CORBA) standards and terminology

  • Synchronous digital hierarchy (SDH)

  • Oracle Communications Information Model

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Document Revision History

The following table lists the revision history for this guide:

Version Date Description
E35809-01 January 2013 7.2.2 GA release.
E35809-02 October 2013 Updated for release 7.2.2 patch set 2. Updated for automatic discrepancy resolution.