WRM web version: Scenario Editors
To design and edit scenarios for the WRM model, a set of web accessible
editors have been built; they can be accessed through a
with the appropriate user name and pasword.
The scenario editor top level shows all available scenarios for WaterWare/WRM,
together with their author/owner and last modification date.
The list can be sorted by name, user, and modification date with the appropriate
column headers. There is also a simple full text search function to identify a specific scenario.
Please note that while any user can view and copy all scenario in the list,
only scenarios owned by a user can be modified.
The basic SCENARIO LIST offers the following functions:
The BUTTON MENU on the top of the page provides:
- select and view a scenario: click on the view button;
- copy a scenario: select copy; the display (same as view)
will be started ; please note that the scenario copy will have been given an automatically generated name,
by prepending the original name with the user name - edit as required.
- scenario list
shows the list of scenarios described above;
- new scenario
opens a new, empty scenario;
- node type
shows a list of all supported node types, their descriptions, symbols, and link to the
on-line manual pages - please note that for external users, this listing is READ ONLY.
- new type
editor template for new node types (not accessible for external users);
- user info
shows information about the curent user, includes a password editor.
hypertext help pages;
- exit should be obvious.
Editing a Scenario
The main editor page summarizes the scenario and offers another BUTTON MENU:
The Edit Scenario page itself shows, and offers for editing:
- current scenario (reloads the page, but returns to it from other pages triggered !)
- nodes produces a list of nodes used in the scenario for selection/viewing/editing;
- reaches produces a list of reaches and reach editor;
- view network generates an enlarged network diagram;
- back returns to the calling page.
- A HEADER, that includes
- number of Nodes and Reaches used (read only)
- number of Start nodes, Demand nodes, Reservoirs (as indications for the complexity of the scenario);
- Scenario name
- Description free text describing the scenario, assumptions, data sources, etc.
- StartNode (byname) for the network.
- start date (only year and month should be selected. Please note that currently,
the user is responsible to keep this selection consistent with the time series used !),
- project and location (for organizational reasons mainly),
- and the creation date and last update together with the user/author (read only).
- A set of global scaling factors
- for all DEMAND NODE demand time series (generic);
- for each SECTORAL demand (municipal; touristic; industrial; light industry; commercial; services; irrigation)
if this is not explicitly specified, the global value
is inherited; SECTORAL specification overload the global specification.
- for all INPUT (Start node) time series (generic);
- for each TYPE of START NODE (sping, GWater, subcatchment, transfer)
- if this is not explicitly specified, the global value
is inherited; TYPE specific specification overload the global specification.
Please note that this ALSO includes the precipitation time series that
can be specified for any reservoir
- Network diagram with a link to the locations GIS data;
- A final set of BUTTONS for:
complete the interface functionality.