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1.3 - Do step 3

1.3.1 - nested step 3.1

1.3.2 - nested step 3.2

Sequence 2:

2.1 - Do step 1 2.2 – Do step 2

2.1.2.1 Performance Management

This table shows the sequence of events for  performance management scenario. Step 1.5 shows an example recovery action.

# xlvi

Event xlvii

Primary Actor xlviii

Name of Process/Activity xlix

Description of Process/Activity l

Information Producer li

Information Receiver lii

Name of Info Exchanged liii

Additional Notes liv

IECSA Environments

#

Triggering event: Identify the name of the event.2

What other actors are primarily responsible for the Process/Activity. Actors are defined in section1.5.

Label that would appear in a process diagram.  Use action verbs when naming activity.

Describe the actions that take place in active and present tense. The step should be a descriptive noun/verb phrase that portrays an outline summary of the step. “If …Then…Else” scenarios can be captured as multiple Actions or as separate steps.

What other actors are primarily responsible for Producing the information.Actors are defined in section1.5.

What other actors are primarily responsible for Receiving the information

Actors are defined in section1.5.

(Note – May leave blank if same as Primary Actor)  

Name of the information object.  Information objects are defined in section 1.6

Elaborate architectural issues using attached spreadsheet.  Use this column to elaborate details that aren’t captured in the spreadsheet.

Reference the applicable IECSA Environment containing this data exchange. Only one environment per step.

1.1

EnterpriseManager

Get Performance Data

NMS  manager requests performance data.

EnterpriseManager

EnergyManagementSystem

GetRequest

Control Center / Corporations

1.2

EnergyManagementSystem

Get Performance Data

EnergyManagementSystem polls data from manageddevice

EnergyManagementSystem

ManagedDevice

GetRequest

Intra-Control Center

2 Note – A triggering event is not necessary if the completion of the prior step leads to the transition of the following step.

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