This import allows you to:
You can not create a single system based on a 3rd-Party operator using the User Interface in your current account configuration.
This step is optional. The Import & Edit filter helps you to start by generating a template for you. If you have already generated your template, you can fill in your factory and go to Step 3 and upload it.
Import & Editaction
Import & Editaction
In this step, you fill the CSV file with the systems to add and complete the information for the current systems.
The default template contains the most useful field. You can check all the fields you can add in the import API Documentation (click on CSV Header tab).
To declare applications and firmware, see step 3.
If you want to create new systems, just add new lines in the CSV file.
If you want to update systems, you can use the Step 1 to generate a CSV file with systems you selected and/or add new lines with the references you have.
A system in the CSV file can be referenced in different ways:
Notice that you can provide all those references in each line. During the import process, AirVantage will check those references match the same system. Otherwise the line will be rejected.
Here various examples to illustrate this feature:
To know more about Operator account configuration, see How to configure an operator account.
You can register all these kind of systems using a single file.
The last step consists mainly in uploading the file and importing/modifying the systems but this step allows you to configure the applications and the firmware for the systems.
This doesn’t install or upgrade the firmware or the applications on your systems.
Select your applications by clicking on the glass, use the criteria to filter the long list of firmware AirVantage supplies and select it.
Click on Import to finalize your configuration, upload the file and import/update your systems
An operation is created and you can follow up the importing.
You can edit a single system from the system dashboard view and click on