The WebNMS Framework User Guide helps you to understand and work with the Web NMS Clients. Only authorized users can log on to Web NMS Client and after logging on, each operation in the Client is governed by user privileges. Hence, to explore the various features of Web NMS, you need to know your user privileges accordingly. Contact your system administrator for more help on understanding your assigned user privileges.
Chapter 1, About This Document, is a prelude to the User Guide.
Chapter 2, Getting Started, helps you in understanding the various types of Web NMS Clients and how to bring up a Client.
Chapter 3, Working with Application Client, helps you in understanding the features and functions of Web NMS Application Client, Applet Client, and Web Start Client. All through this chapter, all these three Clients are referred to as 'Application Client'.
Chapter 4, Working with Web Client, helps you in understanding the features and functions of Web Client.
Appendix, provides information on the Application Client menus and toolbars, various properties/details, and a Glossary.
To understand the conventions used across the User Guide, click Help provided on the top frame of the User Guide.
For technical support, send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For information on installing the product, refer to Installation Guide.
If you are an administrator and require information on the administrative tasks available in Web NMS, refer to Administrator Guide. Also for further reading on administrative tasks and tools such as Policies, Batch Configuration, and Simulators & Browsers, refer to Administrator Guide.
For information on Web NMS product features, refer to Quick Tour.
For complete list of Web NMS documents, refer to Product Documentation page on our Web site.
To view Web NMS Help
From Help menu, choose Help Contents. An HTML file with links to all Web NMS documents is displayed in a Web browser (the default browser that has been configured in your system).
To view context-sensitive Help in Application Client, do any of the following
Context-sensitive help displays appropriate Help topic which assists you to get specific information about whatever part of the client you are using at any given moment.
Press F1 on any dialog box or window (or)
Click the Help button on the toolbar in a window.
A help file associated with the screen you are working on is displayed.
To view Context-Sensitive Help in Application Client dialog boxes
Click the Help button.