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Advanced Air Traffic Management Engineering

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Copyright Notice
(2010-2011), NAV CANADA. All rights reserved. Any unauthorized use, reproduction or
transfer of this program is strictly prohibited.

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Table of Revisions
Document
Version
Date Comments Revised By
1.0 2010-06-11 Original document for CYUL Airport
Authority
I. Benisty/B.
Charbonneau
1.1 2010-06-14 Added section for CVIDS and updated
NOTAM information
I. Benisty
1.2 2010-07-20 Added Arrival / Departure Rate History Panel
section; Corrected icon reference names
I. Benisty
1.3 2010-07-23 Updated diagram in APM Daily Summary,
APM - History, and ADAPS sections.
P. Wu
1.4 2010-10-01 Added sections for APM Ground Monitor,
site administration, theme manager, login and
logout, manual control widget and clock
dialog.
P. Wu
1.5 2010-11-24 Reformatted to IIDS meet domestic
documentation standards. Editorial changes
throughout - these are not tracked.
Changes to:
DELETED Site Administration section
DELETED Zulu Time section
Figure 1-1 - WebView Interface
Section 2 - Action Bar
Figure 2-1 - Action Bar
Figure 2-2 - Action Bar
Table 2-1 - Action Bar Large Icons
Figure 2-3 - Action Bar Small Icons
Table 4-1 - Gridlock Monitor Elements
Section 4.4 - Ground Monitor
Table 4-3 - Ground Monitor Elements
NEW Section 9 - Playback
Section 10 - Theme Manager
NEW Figure 10-2 - Edit Theme
Section 11.1 - CDM Theme
Section 11.2 - Profile
NEW Section 11.3 - Track Filters
Section 12.1 - Browser Hotkeys
Section 12.4 - Applications
P. Wu / N. Lockhart
1.6 2010-12-3 Updated to include 1.6 functionality C. Stott / M.
Stoddart
1.7 2011-01-27 Updated to include 1.7 functionality M. Stoddart
1.8 2011-05-16 Updated to include 1.8 functionality N. Lockhart
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Added sections for Tag Filters and Tag
Contents under Profile and Presets.
Added sections for Jobs Manager, User
Sessions, User Licenses and Webview
Information Dialog.
Numerous Screenshot updates.
1.9 2011-08-22 Updated to include 1.9 functionality A. Berzenji
1.9.1 2011-11-04 Updated to include 1.9.1 changes. Software
changes in this release were largely bug fixes
that do not affect existing functionality.
N. Lockhart


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Table of Contents
Copyright Notice ............................................................................................................... 2
Table of Revisions ............................................................................................................. 3
Table of Contents .............................................................................................................. 5
List of Figures.................................................................................................................... 6
List of Tables ..................................................................................................................... 7
1 Introduction................................................................................................................ 8
2 Action Bar ................................................................................................................... 8
3 Log In ........................................................................................................................ 12
4 Airport Performance Monitoring (APM) .............................................................. 13
4.1 Gridlock Monitor.......................................................................................................... 13
4.1.1 Gridlock Monitor Elements ............................................................................................... 13
4.1.2 Arrival/Departure Rate History Panel.............................................................................. 16
4.2 Daily Summary.............................................................................................................. 17
4.2.1 Daily Summary Events....................................................................................................... 18
4.2.2 Arrival Durations ............................................................................................................... 19
4.2.3 Departure Durations .......................................................................................................... 20
4.3 History............................................................................................................................ 20
4.4 Ground Monitor............................................................................................................ 22
4.4.1 Ground Monitor Elements................................................................................................. 24
5 RDEP Events ............................................................................................................ 26
6 NOtice To AirMen (NOTAM)................................................................................. 27
7 CVIDS ....................................................................................................................... 28
8 ADAPS....................................................................................................................... 28
9 Surveillance Targets................................................................................................. 30
10 Playback................................................................................................................. 31
11 Theme Manager .................................................................................................... 34
12 Profile and Preset.................................................................................................. 37
12.1 CDM Interface........................................................................................................... 37
12.1.1 CDM Theme........................................................................................................................ 37
12.1.2 Target Colours .................................................................................................................... 37
12.1.3 Action Bar ........................................................................................................................... 38
12.1.4 Visible Map Layers............................................................................................................. 39
12.2 Profile ......................................................................................................................... 39
12.3 Track Filters .............................................................................................................. 40
12.4 Tag Filters .................................................................................................................. 40
12.5 Tag Contents.............................................................................................................. 41
12.6 Tag Preferences ......................................................................................................... 42
13 User Sessions.......................................................................................................... 43
14 Job Manager.......................................................................................................... 44
14.1 List Jobs ..................................................................................................................... 44
14.2 Create Job.................................................................................................................. 45
15 User Licenses ......................................................................................................... 47
15.1 Log In Error Messages ............................................................................................. 47
15.2 Stale Sessions ............................................................................................................. 48
16 WebView Information.......................................................................................... 49
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17 Mouse and Keyboard Controls............................................................................ 50
17.1 Browser Hotkeys ....................................................................................................... 50
17.2 Situation Display Movement .................................................................................... 50
17.3 Saved Views ............................................................................................................... 51
17.4 Applications ............................................................................................................... 51
Acronyms ......................................................................................................................... 52

List of Figures
Figure 1-1 WebView Interface........................................................................................8
Figure 2-1 Action Bar .....................................................................................................9
Figure 2-2 Action Bar and Application Icon.....................................................................9
Figure 3-1 WebView Log In Screen..............................................................................12
Figure 4-1 APM Gridlock Monitor .................................................................................13
Figure 4-2 Arrival/Departure Rate History.....................................................................17
Figure 4-3 APM - Daily Summary.................................................................................18
Figure 4-4 Daily Summary............................................................................................19
Figure 4-5 APM History................................................................................................20
Figure 4-6 Historical Flight Information.........................................................................22
Figure 4-7 APM Ground Monitor...................................................................................23
Figure 4-8 APM Ground Monitor Departure Legend ..................................................23
Figure 4-9 APM Ground Monitor Arrival Legend........................................................24
Figure 4-10 Ground Monitor Status Summary ..............................................................26
Figure 5-1 RDEP Events ..............................................................................................26
Figure 6-1 NOTAM Messages......................................................................................27
Figure 7-1 CVIDS Dialog..............................................................................................28
Figure 8-1 ADAPS Dialog.............................................................................................28
Figure 8-2 Wind Vane Dialog .......................................................................................30
Figure 9-1 Surveillance Targets ...................................................................................31
Figure 9-2 Track Information Dialog .............................................................................31
Figure 10-1 Historical Playback Dialog.........................................................................32
Figure 10-2 Playback ...................................................................................................32
Figure 11-1 Theme Manager........................................................................................35
Figure 11-2 Edit Theme................................................................................................35
Figure 11-3 Colour Scheme Dialog ..............................................................................36
Figure 12-1 Edit Profile and Presets - CDM Tab...........................................................38
Figure 12-2 Edit Profile and Presets - Profile Tab.........................................................39
Figure 12-3 Edit Profile and Presets - Track Filters Tab ...............................................40
Figure 12-4 Edit Profile and Presets - Tag Filters Tab..................................................41
Figure 12-5 Edit Profile and Presets - Tag Contents Tab .............................................42
Figure 12-5 Edit Profile and Presets - Tag Preferences Tab.........................................43
Figure 13-1 Save Profile for User Dialog ......................................................................44
Figure 13-2 Session Saved Dialog ...............................................................................44
Figure 14-1 Jobs List....................................................................................................45
Figure 14-2 Add New Job.............................................................................................46
Figure 14-3 New Job....................................................................................................46
Figure 15-1 License-related Log In Error ......................................................................47
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Figure 15-2 Current Logins...........................................................................................49
Figure 16-1 Save Profile for User Dialog ......................................................................50
Figure 17-1 Manual Control Widget..............................................................................50

List of Tables
Table 2-1 Action Bar Large Icons .................................................................................10
Table 2-2 Action Bar Small Icons .................................................................................11
Table 4-1 Gridlock Monitor Elements ...........................................................................13
Table 4-2 Daily Summary Events .................................................................................18
Table 4-3 Ground Monitor Elements.............................................................................24
Table 8-1 ADAPS Element Description ........................................................................29
Table 9-1 Surveillance Target Data Element Descriptions............................................31
Table 10-1 Playback Icons ...........................................................................................32
Table 15-1 License-related Log In Errors .....................................................................47

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1 Introduction
WebView2.0 is designed as an interactive aerodrome data applications tool for airports, and for
stakeholders who do not require a mission critical system setup to monitor airport/aircraft
activities.
WebView 2.0 uses the Mozilla Firefox browser to view dynamic content on airport surfaces and
surrounding airport surface activities.
WebView 2.0 displays the following elements:
Radar positioning of targets on a situational display
Filled map content with airport layout
Airport Performance Monitoring (APM) information to track aircraft movement efficiencies
Automatic Data Acquisition and Processing System (ADAPS) data and status indications
Notice to Airmen (NOTAM) data
Computerized Video Information Display System (CVIDS) information.

Figure 1-1 WebView Interface

2 Action Bar
The WebView 2.0 Action Bar is the control point of the web application. The Action Bar allows
the user to show/hide all dialog boxes and widgets.
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Figure 2-1 Action Bar

Note that the Application icon on the Action Bar allows the user to toggle those applications on
or off. See Figure 2-2.

Figure 2-2 Action Bar and Application Icon

To display the tooltip for an icon, place the mouse pointer over the icon.
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Table 2-1 Action Bar Large Icons
Icon Icon Name Notes

Application List Provides a list of the applications currently running, and
allows the user to toggle Application services on or off.


Situation Display Allows the user to toggle items related to the Situation
Display.



Manual
Controls
This icon appears as a flyout from the Situation Display
icon. Toggles the manual controls dialog on or off.

Surveillance Toggles on and off radar tracking of aircraft on the
current situation display.

Radar Reflection Toggles on and off radar reflection tracking of aircraft on
the current situation display. (Not available at all sites.)

Language Allows the user to choose the language of the interface
and their preferred language.



English Toggles on the English-language interface and sets the
users preferred language to English.


French Toggles on the French-language interface and sets the
users preferred language to French.

CVIDS Opens the document viewer.

NOTAM Opens the NOtice To AirMen dialog window.

APM Opens the Airport Performance Monitoring dialog
window.


Gridlock
Monitor
This icon appears as a flyout from the APM icon.
Opens the Gridlock Monitor dialog window.


Daily
Summary
This icon appears as a flyout from the APM icon.
Opens the Daily Summary dialog window.
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Icon Icon Name Notes


History This icon appears as a flyout from the APM icon.
Opens the History dialog window.


Ground
Monitor
This icon appears as a flyout from the APM icon.
Opens the Ground Monitor dialog window.

ADAPS Allows the user to toggle the various ADAPS dialogs,
widgets or other representations on or off.


ADAPS
Summary
This icon appears as a flyout from the ADAPS icon.
Opens the ADAPS dialog window.


Wind
Widget
This icon appears as a flyout from the ADAPS icon.
Toggles the Windrose on or off.


Lighting This icon appears as a flyout from the ADAPS icon.
Toggles the runway lighting on or off.

METAR Toggles weather radar and forecasting on or off. (Not yet
in use. Reserved for future use.)

Lightning Toggles the lightning strike data on or off. (Not yet in
use. Reserved for future use.)

Help Controls Toggles the Help window on or off. (Not yet in use.
Reserved for future use.)

Playback Opens the Playback dialog window.
Note that some icons may not be available to all users.


Table 2-2 Action Bar Small Icons
Icon Icon Name Action

Admin Visit the Webview administration site

Theme Manage and edit Webview themes

Jobs Manage scheduled jobs
Note: The Jobs button will only be visible if the user has
permissions for managing Jobs.

Save Save user session
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Icon Icon Name Action

Profile Edit user profile and presets

Info View Webview version and user information

Logout Perform a logout


Up / Down Hide or Show the Action Bar

Date and Time Current or Playback UTC Time in YYYY.MM.DD
HH:MM:SSz format
Note that some icons may not be available to all users.
3 Log In
When you log into the WebView interface, you are required to enter a valid user name and
password. The user name and password will be authenticated against the user database stored on
the WebView database server. Unauthorized log in attempts are rejected. The log in screen is
presented in the system default language, regardless of individual user preferences or language
previously in use.

Figure 3-1 WebView Log In Screen

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4 Airport Performance Monitoring (APM)
4.1 Gridlock Monitor
The Airport Performance Monitoring (APM) - Gridlock Monitor dialog shows the current count
of aircraft on the ground and indicates its proximity to the gridlock threshold value. The Gridlock
Monitor dialog also shows the current and published arrival and departure rates as well as
whether the rates have increased or decreased since the last specified period.

Figure 4-1 APM Gridlock Monitor

4.1.1 Gridlock Monitor Elements
The following table provides a description for each of the elements displayed in the Gridlock
Monitor.
Table 4-1 Gridlock Monitor Elements
Element Description
Ground Count section Displays the number of aircraft currently
located on the airport grounds in large,
coloured typeface. The displayed value is
calculated from initial ground count (as set by
user with Airport Admin access), with the
addition of any arrivals and subtraction of any
departures that have occurred since the initial
ground count was taken.

For example, if initial ground count was 90,
and there were ten arrivals and four departures
since the initial ground count was taken,
current ground count displayed will be 96
(90+10-4).

The colour displayed varies depending on the
proximity of the current value to the gridlock
threshold value as set by the user. The colours
displayed have the following meanings:

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Element Description
Green: Current ground count is at an
acceptable level.
Yellow: Current ground count is
approaching gridlock and should be
monitored.
Red: Current ground count is reaching
gridlock and corrective action may be
required.
White: Current ground count is at gridlock.
Corrective action is required.
The Ground Count section also displays the
following sub-element:

History link: When selected, this displays
the Ground Count History sub-panel.
Note that the Ground Count History Sub-panel
is currently not implemented.
Threshold Setting section Displays, in large black typeface, the maximum
number of aircraft the airport can maintain on
the ground at the current time (gridlock
threshold value).

This section also displays the value of the
ground count at which yellow status begins and
the value of the ground count at which red
status begins.

(For the meaning of yellow and red status, refer
to description for Ground Count section.)

The values displayed in this section are set in
the Edit Gridlock Monitor sub-panel.
Departure Rate section Displays, in coloured typeface, the current
calculation of the hourly rate of actual
departures.

Calculation of the current departure rate is
based on the number of aircraft that have
departed during the ten minutes leading up to
last APM data update, extrapolated to an
hourly rate (flights in progress are not
counted).

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Element Description
For example, five aircraft departing in the past
ten minutes equals an hourly rate of 30 (5 x 6).

The Departure Rate section also displays the
following sub-elements:

Departure Rate Link: when selected,
displays the Departure Rate History sub-
panel, depicting the trend in departure rates
over a specified period of time. For more
information on this sub-panel, refer to
Arrival/Departure Rate History Sub-panel.
Departure Rate Indicator: this appears only
if the current hourly departure rate (as
described above) differs from the hourly
departure rate for the previous period. An
upward arrow represents an increase; a
downward arrow represents a decrease.
(From the Edit Gridlock Monitor sub-
panel, the user can select one of two
intervals on which the previous hourly
departure rate is based. For more
information on this sub-panel, refer to Edit
Gridlock Monitor Sub-panel.)
Published Departure Rate: indicates the
departure rate published to the industry.
Arrival Rate section Displays, in coloured typeface, the current
calculation of the hourly rate of actual arrivals.

Calculation of the current arrival rate is based
on the number of aircraft which have
completed their arrival during the ten minutes
leading up to last APM data update,
extrapolated to an hourly rate (flights in
progress are not counted). For example, five
aircraft arriving in the past ten minutes equals
an hourly rate of 30 (5 x 6).

The Arrival Rate section also displays the
following sub-elements:

Arrival Rate Link: when selected, this
displays the Arrival Rate History sub-
panel, depicting the trend in arrival rates
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Element Description
over a specified period of time. For more
information on this sub-panel, refer to
Arrival/Departure Rate History Sub-panel.
Arrival Rate Indicator: appears only if the
current hourly arrival rate (as described
above) differs from the hourly arrival rate
for the previous period. An upward arrow
represents an increase; a downward arrow
represents a decrease. (From the Edit
Gridlock Monitor sub-panel, the user can
select one of two intervals on which the
previous hourly arrival rate is based. For
more information on this sub-panel, refer
to Edit Gridlock Monitor Sub-panel.)
Published Arrival Rate: indicates the
arrival rate published to the industry.

4.1.2 Arrival/Departure Rate History Panel
To open the Arrival/Departure History window, click on the Arrival Rate or the Departure Rate
in the Gridlock dialog box.
This window provides a line graph for arrival and departure rates for the time range and interval
given in the selection bar.
The Arrival/Departure Rate History report may be printed by clicking the printer image in the
upper right-hand corner.

Notes
If the Start Time set is a time ahead of the current GMT time, the start time will be treated as
being from the previous day
If the End Time set is a time ahead of the current GMT time, the end time will be treated as
being from the previous day.
If the Start Time set a time ahead of the End Time, the start time will be treated as being
from the previous day.
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Figure 4-2 Arrival/Departure Rate History

4.2 Daily Summary
The APM - Daily Summary dialog displays the total arrivals and departures for the past 8 hours,
as well as the number of arrivals and departures in hourly time intervals. Each hourly time
interval begins at five minutes past the hour, with the first interval on any given day beginning at
6:05 local time, converted to Zulu time.
The user can view a complete list of flights and associated events for all runways for a particular
time interval by selecting that time interval in the Daily Summary dialog.
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Figure 4-3 APM - Daily Summary

4.2.1 Daily Summary Events
The following table provides a description for each of elements displayed in the Daily Summary
dialog.
Table 4-2 Daily Summary Events
Element Description
Interval For the current day, indicates the hourly time interval for which arrivals and
departures information is displayed.
Intervals are displayed in chronological order, beginning with latest.
The latest time interval displayed is determined by current Zulu time.
All hourly time intervals begin at five minutes past the hour, with the first
interval beginning at 6:05 local time, converted to Zulu time (for example,
11:05 at Pearson International Airport).
Arrivals Displays the number of arrivals completed during the particular time
interval. (An arrival is considered complete on Apron event.)
Departures Displays the number of departures completed during the particular time
interval. (A departure is considered complete at the time of the Airborne
event.)
Total Displays the total arrivals and total departures for the current day.

Clicking on a time interval will request an interval summary, which will provide a breakdown of
all arrivals and departures for the requested time interval. Click on any of the table headers to sort
the content of the table. The visibility of certain columns may be toggled via the Show/Hide
Columns feature. The interval summary report may be printed by clicking the printer image in
the upper right-hand corner.
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Figure 4-4 Daily Summary

4.2.2 Arrival Durations
NC Control: The difference, in minutes and seconds, between Taxi Arrival time (TA) and
On Apron time (OA). If the correct OA time is not available, a question
mark (?) is displayed.
AA Control: The difference in minutes and seconds, between On Apron time (OA) and
Gate Arrival time (GA). If the correct GA time is not available, a blank
entry is displayed.
The average of all non-blank and non-question mark durations in a duration column is displayed
at the bottom of the column. Durations with zero time (0:00) are included in the average
calculation.
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4.2.3 Departure Durations
De-icing: The difference, in minutes and seconds, between De-ice In time (DI) and De-
ice Out time (DO).
Apron: The difference, in minutes and seconds, between Taxi Departure time
(TX/TD) and Push Back (PB/CL) time.
Taxi: The difference, in minutes and seconds, between Airborne (AB) time and
Taxi Departure (TX/TD) time.
Line-up: The difference, in minutes and seconds, between Airborne (AB) time and
Ready (AX/RY) time.
NC Control: The difference, in minutes and seconds, between Airborne (AB) time and
Taxi Departure (TX/TD) time.
Total Duration: The difference, in minutes and seconds, between Airborne (AB) time and
Push Back (PB/CL) time.
The average of all non-blank and non-question mark durations in a duration column is displayed
at the bottom of the column. Durations with zero time (0:00) are included in the average
calculation.

To request a tabular breakdown on the selected flight's historical events for a certain day, click on
the ACID of the flight in the Hourly Summary table. See section 4.3 for a description of the
historical events table.
The APM Hourly Summary report allows users to choose the dates and times for the search
criteria. With the ability to enter start and stop times, it is possible to create a report for a custom
time period providing a more flexible reporting mechanism. Changing the start and end dates (or
times) in the report to an excessively large value will result in an invalid search criteria error
message. For example, an Hourly Summary can not span a full 24 hours.
4.3 History
The APM - History dialog provides an interface to query a flight's events for a selected day using
the ACID.

Figure 4-5 APM History

1. Select the date you wish to search for using the two combination dropdown boxes for
Month-Year, and Day.
2. Enter the flight's ACID in the ACID field.
3. Click Find Historical Flight to begin the search.
4. The historical information for the flight will appear as a new window. This screen will
display one or more tabs with the following information:
a. Flight information
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b. Events (event history and associated times)
c. Radar Events (event history and associated times)
d. Segments (duration between events)
e. Reason Codes (associated remarks)
5. Multiple tabs will be displayed in cases where the flights ACID has multiple arrival or
departure sequences at the airport on a given day. For example, a flight may land, and
then later depart with the same ACID. The arrival events and departure events will be
recorded on separate tabs. Clicking on the tabs will toggle the historical information
displayed in the main part of the window.
6. The APM History and Summary reports also allow users to choose the dates and times
for the search criteria. With the ability to enter start and stop times, it is possible to create
a report for a custom time period providing a more flexible reporting mechanism.
7. As part of the date and time searches for the APM History and Summary reports, an
option has been added to Update Automatically. This will cause the report to behave in
a near real time manner where new report items will be added dynamically to the report.
8. Radar Data Event Processor (RDEP) Events are displayed in the Flight History report for
the individual flights under the Radar Events heading. This provides information such as
GATE and/or PUSH times for the aircraft.
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Figure 4-6 Historical Flight Information

4.4 Ground Monitor
The Ground Monitor dialog provides a view of the ground traffic at an airport. The display
includes either arrival or departure information and additional flight and runway details. The
Ground monitor module displays a linear bar graph divided into one or more segments that are
defined by particular events for arrivals and departures. The dialog is divided into two main
sections: Arrival/departure Runway Averages and Arrival/Departure Ground Status.
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Figure 4-7 APM Ground Monitor

NOTE: Expired flights are not included in average times. If EXCDS generates a fictitious event,
then this value will not be used as part of the official calculations for runway averages.
The figure below shows the Departures legend for Ground Monitor.

Figure 4-8 APM Ground Monitor Departure Legend
The APM Ground Monitor contains information related to the progression of flights while on the
ground. The legend in Figure 4-8 explains what the various symbols and colours indicate during
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The figure below shows the Arrivals legend for Ground Monitor.

Figure 4-9 APM Ground Monitor Arrival Legend
The APM Ground Monitor contains a lot of information related to the progression of flights while
on the ground. The legend in Figure 4-9 explains what the various symbols and colours indicate
during the arrival phase of the flights.

4.4.1 Ground Monitor Elements
The following table provides a description for each of elements displayed in the Ground Monitor
module.
Table 4-3 Ground Monitor Elements
Element Description
Updated Indicates date (in yyyy-mm-dd format) and time (in Zulu
time) that the displayed data was most recently updated,
using international standard 24-hour clock with a Z identifier.
Show drop-down menu Provides user with choice of displaying arrival or departure
data on Ground Monitor module.
Based On drop-down menu Enables the user to select the time interval (last hour, last 2
hours, or last 3 hours) on which data displayed on the Ground
Monitor module is based.
Arrival/Departure Runway
Averages section
For each arrival or departure runway, displays runway
configuration, number of flights for the selected time interval,
and average times for each segment. Note that segments
above threshold shows in red in the Runway Averages
section, with the exception of the blue De-Ice segment bar,
which will show a red border when over threshold.

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Element Description
An up/down arrow indicator shows whether this time has
increased or decreased compared with the previously running
average total time for that period. (If there is no arrow, then
the system cannot find a previous period to compare to,
perhaps because the runway was not in use, or it was before
the start of the shift at 0600 local time.)

In this section, the user can:
Select a runway to display further runway detail on the
Runway Details sub-panel.
Select a total time to view the trend in average total flight
times for the selected period in 10-minute segments on
the Total Time for Arrivals/Departures History sub-panel.

Arrival/Departure Ground Status
section
Contains the following subsections:
Aircraft Above Threshold
Total Flights
Contains the following sub-elements:
At Gate: for arrivals only, indicates the total number of
aircraft at the gate.
Departed: for departures only, indicates the total number
of aircraft departed.
In Process: indicates the total number of aircraft in
process, for either arrivals or departures.
Line Up Count: for departures only, indicates the total
number of aircraft at line-up.

To request a live summary of actual elapsed time for each flight of a particular status, click on the
Runway, In Process, Departed (for departures), or At Gate (for arrivals) status.
The status summary page is similar to the interval summary in APM Daily Summary. It will
display departures or arrivals depending on whether Departures or Arrivals is selected from the
Arrivals/Departures Drop-Down Menu in the Ground Monitor title bar.
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Figure 4-10 Ground Monitor Status Summary
To request the flight's historical events for that day, click on the flight's ACID in the summary
table.
5 RDEP Events
NOTE: RDEP Events are only available at RDEP enabled WebView installations.
The Radar Data Event Processor (RDEP) in WebView will report various events while an aircraft
is active and under radar coverage. RDEP Events are also referred to as Surveillance Events or
Radar Events. These surveillance events are then reported in the RDEP Events report. This
report contains the ID of the event, the track number, callsign, aircraft type and other flight
information. It also contains an event field and timestamp which indicate the event which has
taken place, and when that event was recorded by RDEP.

Figure 5-1 RDEP Events

The report has the ability to be filtered dynamically by the contents of any field. This becomes
important when dealing with large volumes of data, or wanting to view the progression of a single
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flight though the various events RDEP can report. The filters are enabled by simply entering the
desired search criteria in the corresponding edit areas. For example, to search for all aircraft with
the callsign JZA965, simple enter JZA965 in the edit box located beneath the Callsign column.


Figure 5-2 RDEP Events

The report can be printed via the print icon located in the upper right hand corner of the page.
Currently, RDEP can report events such as PUSH or GATE.
The RDEP Events are also accessible via the SOAP interface for SOAP enabled WebView
installations, and can be exported as reports using the Job Manager.
6 NOtice To AirMen (NOTAM)
The NOTAM dialog provides an interactive browser to view all of the active NOTAMs for the
airport. The data is updated every minute. The header provides a total for the number of messages
held in the browser (in parentheses). In the image below, the total number is 12.
Use the navigation buttons or the drop-down list to browse the messages. Entries in the drop-
down list are identified by their 6 digit notam_id.

Figure 6-1 NOTAM Messages

For additional information on the meaning of each entry, refer to the NOTAM reference
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7 CVIDS
The CVIDS dialog provides a means of viewing static image data. Currently this interface allows
the user to view PNG, BMP, JPG or GIF files.

Figure 7-1 CVIDS Dialog

To change the opacity of the page, click on the document. This will allow the user to see what is
hidden behind the document, without the need to hide or collapse the dialog.
File reference is done server side and thus requires Nav Canada engineering assistance.
8 ADAPS
The ADAPS dialog provides up-to-date textual information about wind direction, wind speed,
wind gusting, altimeter setting, active runways, runway visual range (RVR), runway edge lighting
intensity and status of localizers (LOC), glide path (GP) and distance measuring equipment
(DME).

Figure 8-1 ADAPS Dialog

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Table 8-1 ADAPS Element Description
Dialog Field Description Possible Values
Wind Dir Wind Direction 3 digit degree direction
010 to 360 (rounded to nearest 10 degrees)
Speed Wind Speed CALM (no winds) or
2 to 87 knots
Gusting Wind gust speed -- (no gust) or
G20 to G87 knots, where G is for gust
Alt. Altimeter setting for aerodrome Atmospheric pressure in hundredths of
inches of mercury (inHG).
Update Last update time Time stamp (Zulu)
(YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SSz)
Runway Runway name (direction based) Name assigned to runway
RVR A & B Runway visual range ? : unknown
<space> : not installed
+ : indicates more than
03 to 60 : in 100s of feet
Edge Lights Runway edge light intensity 0 (off) to 5 (max intensity)
LOC Localizer status
GP Glide path status
DME Distance measuring equipment
status
OK : status is good
- / <space> : not installed
M : in maintenance mode
* : unserviceable
? : status unknown

The Wind Vane dialog provides visual information regarding the wind direction and strength.
The wind speed values are shown to the lowest 5 knots. That means that if the ADAPS dialog
indicates 14 knots, the speed indicated on the wind vane will be 10 knots.
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Figure 8-2 Wind Vane Dialog

9 Surveillance Targets
Targets on WebView2.0 are updated every second. These targets are obtained directly from the
site radar source and decoded for the web client. The source provides ground target updates once
a second, and air targets every 5 seconds.
A target is made up of a present position symbol (PPS), data tag and trail dots. (See Figure 9-1.)
WebView currently only uses one type of PPS, which is a triangle. The orientation of the triangle
PPS of a moving target represents the surveillance targets direction. However, the orientation of
the PPS of a target at rest may not be indicative of the source even though the PPS may appear to
be oriented in a particular direction.
The trailing dots represent up to the last 5 reported positions.
Target data tags only display the first data element by default. Click on the target data tag to
display full target data tag information. Data tags may contain up to 6 elements. Selection and
position of these elements is done via Tag Contents in User Profile and Presets. See Section
12.5 for more information. Click on the PPS to show or hide the entire data tag. Data tags may
also be shown or hidden via Tag Filters in User Profile and Presets. See Section 12.4 for more
information. Shift-Click on the PPS to display the Track Information dialog (see Figure 9-2)
for this target. A selection halo will also appear around the selected PPS.
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Figure 9-1 Surveillance Targets


Figure 9-2 Track Information Dialog

Table 9-1 Surveillance Target Data Element Descriptions
Data Tag Field Description Content Type
Callsign Target callsign, if given, otherwise
assigned track number
Up to 10 alphanumeric
characters
Level Mode C Code Altitude 3 digit value in 100's of feet
Speed Speed of the target on the ground 3 digit value in knots (N)
Aircraft Type Aircraft type, if available 5 alphanumeric characters or
'--', if unknown
Destination Destination aerodrome 4 alpha characters
Departure Departure aerodrome 4 alpha characters or '--', if
unknown
Gate Expected gate at arrival aerodrome Up to 5 alphanumeric characters
or '--', if unknown. (Not yet in
use. Reserved for future use.)

10 Playback
The Historical Playback dialog controls the Webview2.0 Playback functionalities, including
putting the system into and out of Playback mode, and adjusting the time range, speed, and
direction of the Playback.
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Figure 10-1 Historical Playback Dialog

While in the Playback mode, the state of the aerodrome is displayed on the interface as it was
seen at that point in time. The display includes tracks, APM, ADAPS, and NOTAM items. The
Current Playback time is visible on the Action Bar while in the Playback mode, along with the
speed and direction of the playback. A negative speed on the playback indicator represents that
playback is running the backward direction.
The Historical Playback maintains a history of playback data. Using the Start Date and End Date
settings the user can configure the playback for a period of time within the recorded data. If a
playback is initiated for a period of time outside of the recorded period, the playback will simply
begin to execute and then immediately stop as no data is available.

Figure 10-2 Playback

Table 10-1 Playback Icons
Icon Dialog Field Description
Start Date /
End Date
These drop-down menus are used to set the Month, Day, Hour and
Minute for the playback time (in Zulu time format). The adjustment
of the Start or End Date during the Playback mode is not accepted
until the playback is re-started.

Play Forward The Play Forward button puts the system into the forward Playback
mode, starting at the time specified by the Start Date.
If the system is already in the Playback mode, the button will change
the direction of the playback to forward, or resume forward playback
if the playback is currently paused.
Playback proceeds forward at 1x speed, so that one second of local
time represents 1 second of playback time.
Colours displayed on the background of the button have the following
meanings:
Grey: default colour when the system is not in the Playback
mode.
Blue: blue background when the system in the Playback mode is
paused.
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Icon Dialog Field Description

Play
Backward
The Play Backward button puts the system into the backward
Playback mode, starting at the time specified by the Start Date.
If the system is already in the Playback mode, the button will change
the direction of the playback to backward or resume backward
playback if the playback is currently Paused.
Playback proceeds backward at 1x speed, so that one second of local
time represents 1 second of playback time.
Colours displayed on the background of the button have the following
meanings:
Grey: default colour when the system is not in the Playback
mode.
Blue: blue colour when the system in the Playback mode is
paused.

Pause
Playback
While the system is in the Playback mode, the Pause Playback button
will replace either the Play Forward or Play Backward button,
depending on the direction of Playback.
Click on the Pause button to pause the Playback at the current time
until another button is pressed.
Colours displayed on the background of the button have the following
meanings:
Green: the system is playing in the Playback mode.

Stop
Playback
While the system is in the Playback mode, the Stop Playback button
will function to take the system out of Playback mode and restore the
time indicator on the ActionBar to show the current Zulu time.
Colours displayed on the background of the button have the following
meanings:
Grey: default colour when the system is not in the Playback
mode.
Red: red colour when the system in the Playback mode.

Fast Forward If the system is not in the Playback mode, the Fast Forward button
will put the system into Playback mode at the time specified by the
Start Date.
If the system is already in the Playback mode, the Fast Forward
button will change the speed of Playback such that one second of
local time will represent a greater number of seconds of Playback
time.
There are three different speeds of Fast Forward Playback: 5x, 10x,
and 15x. Successive clicks on the Fast Forward button will toggle
between Fast Forward speeds and normal speed. The current speed is
available via the Playback indicator on the ActionBar.
Colours displayed on the background of the button have the following
meanings:
Grey: default colour when the system is not in the Playback
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Icon Dialog Field Description
mode.
Orange: orange colour when the system in Playback mode. The
number of arrows on the button indicates the Fast Forward speed

Fast
Backward
If the system is already in the Playback mode, the Fast Backward
button will change the speed of Playback such that one second of
local time will represent a greater number of seconds of Playback
time.
There are three different speeds of Fast Backward Playback: 5x, 10x,
and 15x. Successive clicks on the Fast Backward button will toggle
between Fast Backward speeds and normal speed. The current speed
is available via the Playback indicator on the ActionBar.
Colours displayed on the background of the button have the following
meanings:
Grey: default colour when the system is not in the Playback
mode.
Orange: orange colour when the system in the Playback mode.
The number of arrows on the button indicates the Fast Backward
speed.

Loop
Playback
The Loop Playback button will put the system to looped Playback
mode. Clicking on the Loop Playback button will toggle the system
between Looped Playback mode and Non-looped Playback mode.
When the system is in Looped Playback mode, if the system reaches
the time specified by End Date while in Forward Playback, it will
reset the Playback time to the time specified by Start Date and
continue Playback from there.
When the system is in Looped Playback mode, if the system reaches
the time specified by Start Date while in Backward Playback, it will
reset the Playback time to the time specified by End Date and
continue Playback from there.
If the system is not in Looped Playback mode and either the Start
Date or End Date is reached, the system will pause at the current
Playback time.

11 Theme Manager
The WebView theme manager allows the user to update the colour style used in the display of the
aerodrome map.
1. To open the Theme Manager, click on the Paintbrush icon on the main page (see Table
2-2).
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Figure 11-1 Theme Manager

2. To edit a theme, click Edit in the Theme Manager window. This will open the Editing
page for that theme.



Figure 11-2 Edit Theme

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3. To edit the Stroke Colour (the outline colour of the map object), click the Stroke Colour
box for the desired map layer. This will open the Colour Scheme dialog.
a. In the Colour Scheme dialog, use the mouse to select a colour from the Colour Bar.
b. Use the Colour Palette to choose the intensity of the desired colour. Note that it is
necessary to click the mouse button and move your mouse slightly in order to ensure
that you have selected the colour. Your chosen colour will appear in the colour
sample box to the right of the Colour Bar.
c. Click the Apply Colour button.

Figure 11-3 Colour Scheme Dialog

4. To edit the Fill Colour (the filled colour of the map object), click the Fill Colour box for
the desired map layer. This will open the Colour Scheme dialog (see Figure 11-3).
a. In the Colour Scheme dialog, use the mouse to select a colour from the Colour Bar.
b. Use the Colour Palette to choose the intensity of the desired colour. Note that it is
necessary to click the mouse button and move your mouse slightly in order to ensure
that you have selected the colour. Your chosen colour will appear in the sample box
to the right of the Colour Bar.
c. Click the Apply Colour button.
5. Click Submit. This will commit your changes.
Note that you will need to refresh the web page (press F5) in order to see the changes you
have made.
NOTE: Once you have clicked Submit to commit the theme changes, these changes will
affect all WebView clients using the same theme.
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12 Profile and Preset
To open the User Profile and Preset Manager interface, click on the wrench icon on the main
page. (See Table 2-2.) Users with certain permission may configure Profile and Preset values for
other users on the same license. Alternate users may be chosen from the Save Profile For User
dropdown. Users without this permission will see only their name listed in the dropdown.

12.1 CDM Interface
12.1.1 CDM Theme
The CDM Theme applies the overarching colour schemes defined in the Theme Manager. To
change the CDM Theme in use, follow the steps below.
1. Click the Wrench icon on the Action Bar. This will open the User Profile and Preset
Manager interface.
2. Select the CDM tab. See Figure 12-1.
3. Choose the preferred theme from the CDM Theme dropdown.
4. Click Submit to commit your changes.
5. Note that you will need to refresh the web page (press F5) in order to see the changes you
have made.
12.1.2 Target Colours
To change the Target Tag colour style, follow the steps below.
1. Click the Wrench icon on the Action Bar. This will open the User Profile and Preset
Manager interface.
2. Select the CDM tab.
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Figure 12-1 Edit Profile and Presets - CDM Tab

3. Click on the Target Colour textbox. This will open the Colour Scheme dialog (see
Figure 11-3).
a. Use the mouse to select a colour from the Colour Bar.
b. Use the Colour Palette to choose the intensity of the desired colour. Note that it is
necessary to click the mouse button and move your mouse slightly in order to ensure
that you have selected the colour. Your chosen colour will appear in the sample box
to the right of the Colour Bar.
c. Click the Apply Colour button.
4. Click Submit to commit your changes.
5. Note that you will need to refresh the web page (press F5) in order to see the changes you
have made.
12.1.3 Action Bar
The Action Bar may be customized to not show a background, making more screen space
available for other items. To change this setting, follow the steps below.
6. Click the Wrench icon on the Action Bar. This will open the User Profile and Preset
Manager interface.
7. Select the CDM tab. See Figure 12-1.
8. Toggle the Show background when minimised checkbox to the desired setting.
9. Click Submit to commit your changes.
10. Note that you will need to refresh the web page (press F5) in order to see the changes you
have made.
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12.1.4 Visible Map Layers
The map layers may be customized to either be displayed on the main map, or to be hidden. To
change this setting, follow the steps below.
1. Click the Wrench icon on the Action Bar. This will open the User Profile and Preset
Manager interface.
2. Select the CDM tab. See Figure 12-1.
3. Enable or disable the corresponding check box to the Map Layer which should be visible
or not. Enabling the check box ensures that the map layer is visible on the map, while
disabling the check box will stop the layer from being rendered to the map.
4. Click Submit to commit your changes.
5. Note that you will need to refresh the web page (press F5) in order to see the changes you
have made.
12.2 Profile
To update your user information or change your password, use the User Profile interface. You
may also change your preferred language via the User Profile interface, or via the Action Bar.
Note that the preferred language is stored per-user and restored at login. If the user has not set a
preferred language, the system default language is used.
1. Click the Wrench icon on the Action Bar. This will open the User Profile and Preset
Manager interface.
2. Select the Profile tab.

Figure 12-2 Edit Profile and Presets - Profile Tab
3. Enter or update First Name, Last Name or Email Address as required.
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4. If you wish to change your password, enter your Current Password, and the New
Password twice for confirmation.
5. If you wish to change your Preferred Language, select the new language from the
Preferred Language dropdown list.
6. Click Submit to commit your changes.
12.3 Track Filters
The track filter provides filters to display surveillance targets of specific airlines or traffic types
on the web interface. Multiple airline codes can be separated by ,. Surveillance targets not
matching both Airline Filters and Direction Filters will not be displayed. If Airline Filters is
blank, no filtering is done by airline code. Tracks may also be filtered by the track type. Tracks
may be enabled or disabled by setting the filter for the type of track matching either an aircraft,
vehicle or unknown track type.
To change the track filters, follow the steps below.
1. Click the Wrench icon on the Action Bar. This will open the User Profile and Preset
Manager interface.
2. Select the Track Filters tab.

Figure 12-3 Edit Profile and Presets - Track Filters Tab
3. Edit your filters as required.
4. Click Submit to commit your changes. Note that the filter change is applied immediately
and saved in the Preset for the user specified by Save Profile for User.
12.4 Tag Filters
The tag filter provides filters to display data tags for surveillance targets of specific airlines or
traffic types on the web interface. Multiple airline codes can be separated by ,. Data tags for
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surveillance targets matching either Airline Filters or Direction Filters will be displayed. If
Airline Filters is blank, no filtering is done by airline code. There is also an option to hide
noisy tags. Noisy tags are defined as tags which are missing the aircraft type or destination
airport.
To change the tag filters, follow the steps below.
1. Click the Wrench icon on the Action Bar. This will open the User Profile and Preset
Manager interface.
2. Select the Tag Filters tab.

Figure 12-4 Edit Profile and Presets - Tag Filters Tab

3. Edit your filters as required.
4. Click Submit to commit your changes.
5. Note that you will need to refresh the web page (press F5) in order to see the changes you
have made.
12.5 Tag Contents
The tag contents provide a way to configure what information is shown in surveillance target data
tags. There are six fields arranged in three rows of two columns. The positioning in the Tag
Contents window represents the positioning in the data tag. Each field can be configured
independently, though no two fields may contain the same item. The field in row one, column
one is shown when the tag is minimized.
To change the track filters, follow the steps below.
1. Click the Wrench icon on the Action Bar. This will open the User Profile and Preset
Manager interface.
2. Select the Tag Contents tab.
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Figure 12-5 Edit Profile and Presets - Tag Contents Tab

3. Edit your tag contents as required. Descriptions of the various content items may be
found in Table 9-1.
4. Click Submit to commit your changes.
5. Note that you will need to refresh the web page (press F5) in order to see the changes you
have made.
12.6 Tag Preferences
The Tag Preferences is where additional options can be set for how tags are displayed on the
main map display. There are options to automatically separate tags, automatically maximize
airline tags, enabling/disabling filters based on direction (ie: Maximize arrivals, departures, local
traffic, etc) and type (ie: Maximize aircraft, vehicles, etc).
To change the track preferences, follow the steps below.
1. Click the Wrench icon on the Action Bar. This will open the User Profile and Preset
Manager interface.
2. Select the Tag Preferences tab.
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Figure 12-6 Edit Profile and Presets - Tag Preferences Tab

3. Edit your tag preferences as required.
4. Click Submit to commit your changes.
5. Note that you will need to refresh the web page (press F5) in order to see the changes you
have made.


13 User Sessions
User Sessions provide the user with the ability to save the state and position of applications,
dialogs and the Situation Display. User sessions work alongside Profile and Presets to ensure a
consistent user experience each time a user logs into WebView.
Once the user has the CDM configured as they wish, they may save their session by following the
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1. Click the Save button on the Action Bar. (See Table 2-2.) Note that this button is not
available if the user does not have privileges to save their session. This will open the
Save Profile for User dialog.

Figure 13-1 Save Profile for User Dialog
2. Users with certain permission may save the current Session for other users on the same
license. Alternate users may be chosen from the User dropdown. Users without this
permission will see only their name listed in the dropdown.
3. Click Save to save the session or Cancel.
4. Once the save is successful, the Session Saved dialog will be displayed.

Figure 13-2 Session Saved Dialog
5. Click OK to close the dialog.

14 Job Manager
The Job Manager built into WebView provides a facility to generate reports on a one-of and
recurring basis. The Job Manger also runs certain system maintenance tasks. The Jobs Manager
is still under active development so new features may become available in the future.
14.1 List Jobs
The Jobs List window allows the user to see any active, pending or completed jobs. If the user
has administrator access, they will also see system maintenance jobs. To access the Jobs list and
download any available files, follow the steps below.
1. Click the Jobs Manager (document) button on the Action Bar. (See Table 2-2.) This
will open the Jobs List report in a separate window or tab.
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Figure 14-1 Jobs List
2. Existing jobs are displayed with ID, a description, relevant arguments, frequency of run
(in seconds), owner, status, completed date, next scheduled date and icons for actions that
may be performed on the job. Jobs with owner jobs are system maintenance jobs and
will not normally require user interaction.
a. If a job has the downwards arrow icon, then a CSV (comma-separated) file is
available for download. Click the downwards arrow icon to initiate the download.
b. If the job has a right-facing arrow icon, clicking it will re-run the file and regenerate
any downloadable file.
c. Clicking the pause icon will suspend the job.
d. Clicking the X icon will delete the job permanently.

14.2 Create Job
To add a job to the list, follow the steps below.
1. Click the Jobs Manager (document) button on the Action Bar. (See Table 2-2.) This
will open the Jobs List report in a separate window or tab. (See Figure 14-1).
2. Click Add New Job. The following screen will appear.
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Figure 14-2 Add New Job
3. Click the highlighted text in the Title column for desired job. This will launch the New
Job window.

Figure 14-3 New Job
4. Depending on the job selected, the parameters may be different, however the
methodology is similar.
a. Fill in necessary arguments. Selecting Repeat will force the Jobs Manager to create
a new instance of the job after the job completes running. For context-sensitive
parameters, such as the month on the Month Export job, the Job Manager will
intelligently increment the parameter as necessary.
b. If you wish to make the job results available to other users, select them from the All
Users list and click the >> button to move them to the Authorized Users list. Users
may be removed from the Authorized Users list by clicking the << button.
c. Click the Add button to add the job to the list.
There are different types of Jobs which can be created, these include:
Radar Events for Gate
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Export Trax data
APM Hourly Summary
Civil Registration Export
Transponder Code Export
Week Export
Gate Export
Month Export
ACID Export
The Job types visible to each user is based on the permissions granted to the individual user.
However, there are some useful job types which can greatly aid in determining the airport usage.
The APM Reports can be added to the Jobs manager in WebView to automatically generate the
APM Reports.
Other Jobs can be used in troubleshooting or investigative activities (ie: the Exported Trax data).
The exported trax data can be exported based on a time query (with fully qualified start and end
times) and is saved in a .CSV formatted file for easy feedback into external simulation systems or
databases for analysis, or to generate offline reports.
All Jobs can be created to run once or multiple times based on a user selectable interval.
15 User Licenses
In addition to User accounts, WebView uses licenses to control access to the site. While most of
the discussion of Licenses is beyond the scope of this manual, users should take note of the
following items.
15.1 Log In Error Messages
If the user attempts to log in without a valid license, an error message will be displayed.

Figure 15-1 License-related Log In Error

Table 15-1 License-related Log In Errors
Error Message Meaning Action Required
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Error Message Meaning Action Required
User *** does not have a
Webview license.
The mentioned User has not
been assigned a License.
Contact the system administrator
or Nav Canada engineering for
support.
Your license is inactive.
Please contact your system
administrator.
The License assigned to this
user is no longer active.
Contact the system administrator
or Nav Canada engineering for
support.
Your license is expired.
Please contact your system
administrator.
The License assigned to this
user has expired.
Contact the system administrator
or Nav Canada engineering for
support.
Your license has been
locked. Please contact your
system administrator.
The License assigned to this
user has been locked out.
Contact the system administrator
or Nav Canada engineering for
support.
There are no free licenses.
Please contact your system
administrator.
The total number of users
allowed to log in under this
License has been reached.
If possible, have other users log
out to free up a license.
Alternatively, contact the system
administrator or Nav Canada
engineering for support.
Your license does not
support account sharing.
Please login with a different
user account or contact your
system administrator.
The License does not allow a
user to log in multiple times
concurrently.
Log out of any other sessions and
attempt to log in again. If no
other sessions are open, contact
the system administrator or Nav
Canada engineering for support.
Your license does not
support IP sharing. Please
connect from a different
computer or contact your
system administrator.
The License does not allow
multiple users to log in from
the same Internet (IP)
address.
Log out of any other sessions on
the same IP* and attempt to log in
again. If no other sessions are
open, contact the system
administrator or Nav Canada
engineering for support.
*Note: When connecting to an off-site installation of WebView, it is very likely that all
connections will be coming through the same common IP connection to WebViews servers and
will all appear to have the same IP address. In this case, it will be necessary to have your system
administrator or Nav Canada engineering configure the License appropriately.

15.2 Stale Sessions
Many of the error messages listed above can be caused by users simply closing their web browser
rather than logging out when they are finished. When a log out is performed by clicking the
Logout button on the Action Bar (See Table 2-2.), the License currently in use is returned to the
pool of available licenses. If a log out is not performed properly, the License is not freed.
While WebView does scan for and remove stale sessions, the expiry time may not be short
enough for some purposes. In addition, WebView will also actively monitor the connection from
each client connected. If a user simply closes their web browser without properly logging out
WebView will mark the session stale after 10 minutes and remove the session. Also, if a user
logs in and there are no licenses free, WebView will check the sessions for ones which may not
be active (yet, not stale) and re-claim the license for the new user. However, if WebView is
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unable to re-claim a license for a user logging in, there is always the option to manually manage
the active sessions. If a User has correct permission, they may access the Current Login screen
and delete stale sessions by following the steps below.
1. Access the Current Login page by typing the URL into the browser:
http://*HOST*/webview/license/login/list where *HOST* is the hostname or IP address
you typically access WebView at. The Current Login page will be displayed. If the
user does not have the necessary permission, a 404 Not Found error page will be
displayed.

Figure 15-2 Current Logins
2. The list will include all current logins for the License of the active user.
3. To delete a login and free up a license, click the red X icon beside that login.
4. A dialog will pop up to confirm deletion. Press OK to delete the login or Cancel.
5. Once all required logins have been deleted, close the browser window or navigate back to
the CDM page.

16 WebView Information
The WebView Information dialog provides a quick way to view information about the currently
running WebView session. Users may view the currently logged-in user, WebView software
version, current location (aerodrome) and License that is in use. This information should be
included when reporting any bugs or feature requests.
To view this information, follow the steps below.
1. Click the i button on the Action Bar. (See Table 2-2.) This will open the WebView
Information dialog.
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Figure 16-1 Save Profile for User Dialog
2. Click Close to close the dialog.

17 Mouse and Keyboard Controls
The Manual Control widget provides onscreen control to manipulate the situational display.

Figure 17-1 Manual Control Widget

17.1 Browser Hotkeys
Key Function Notes
F5 Reload Browser command. Reloads the page and restarts WebView with
the current user's profile.
F11 Full Screen Browser command. Puts the browser in Full Screen mode.
Recommended.

17.2 Situation Display Movement
To pan the map, click and drag anywhere in the map view.
The following commands manipulate the situational display. These commands can be used in
combination with the 'Shift' or 'Ctrl' keys, or both in combination, to provide a fine-grained
movement.
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Key Function
(left arrow) key Move left (west)
(right arrow) key Move right (east)
(up arrow) key Move up (north)
(down arrow) key Move down (south)
Page Up key Zoom out
Page Down key Zoom in
Mouse Wheel Zoom The mouse wheel zooms the view in and out

17.3 Saved Views
Key Combination Function
0 to 9 keys Restore saved view
Ctrl + Shift + 0
to
Ctrl + Shift + 9
Use the Ctrl + Shift keys and a number key (0-9) to save the
current view to that number key.
Home key Airport View.
The Home key is a hotkey to the programmed view set for View
0.
By default, View 0 is programmed to a full airport view for the
Aerodrome.
End key Area View.
The End key is a hotkey to the programmed view set for View 9.
By default, View 9 is programmed to a view for the area around
the current Aerodrome.

17.4 Applications
In general, it is possible to move Applications by clicking and dragging. For Applications with a
Title Bar, click the Title Bar and drag it. For Applications without a Title Bar, click anywhere in
the Application window and drag it.
To hide/show the application, click the Hide control on the Application's Title Bar.
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Acronyms
AB Airborne
ADAPS Automatic Data Acquisition and Processing System
APM Airport Performance Monitoring
AR Arrived
AX Ready
CL Clearance
CVIDS Computerized Video Information Display System
DI De-ice In
DO De-ice Out
GH Gate Hold
MA Missed Approach
NOTAM Notice to Airmen
OA On Apron
OG On Gate
PB Push back
PL Planned
PPS Present Position Symbol
RY Ready
TA Taxi Arrival
TD Taxi Departure
TG Taxi Gate
TH Taxi Hold
TX Taxi Departure