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BA lists in NSN

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    NSN Eng
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    Hi,

    How to see BA1 and BA2 lists in NSN?

    #64894 Reply
    NSN Eng
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    Any comment?

    #64895 Reply
    NJ
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    Hi NSN Eng,

    I think you have to use the database and create script (ex:ultraedit)

    1- list all ADJ
    ex BA list for BTSM:11/BTS:0
    CREATE ADJC:NAME=BTSM:11/BTS:0/ADJC:0,TGTCELL=BTSM:11/BTS:1,…
    CREATE ADJC:NAME=BTSM:11/BTS:0/ADJC:1,TGTCELL=BTSM:11/BTS:2,…
    CREATE ADJC:NAME=BTSM:11/BTS:0/ADJC:2,TGTCELL=BTSM:25/BTS:0,…
    CREATE ADJC:NAME=BTSM:11/BTS:0/ADJC:11,TGTCELL=TGTBTS:23,…

    2-convert the TGTCELL=BTSM:or TGTCELL=TGTBTS: to BCCH (CREATE BTS:NAME=BTSM:11/BTS:0,…BCCHFREQ=90…),(CREATE TGTBTS:NAME=TGTBTS:23,…BCCHFREQ=101…)

    3-List all BCCHFREQ and you’ll find your BA list.

    NJ

    #64896 Reply
    Bijoy
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    Rather use “ZEBO” command in MML

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