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Console database manager (cdm)

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Jun 8, 2009
When you look at a CDM you can select a CCI Port and it will display the associated CEBs.

However, I am trying to reproduce this relationship through the raw data tables. Unfortunately, I cannot see a way to do this.

The table OPERATOR POSITION contains a OPID field which represents each CCI Port.

The table CEB table has a CEB ID field.

However, I cannot work out how you form a relationship between the CEB ID and the OPID?

I have tried various ways such as by looking at the AMBASSADOR card a CEB is connected to but I still dont find a way of tunnelling through to the OPID.

Does anyone out there know how in the raw data tables they can be linked?

All help most appreciated.
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