Join Chris Forti, Director of Maximo solutions at Actuate on June 22 as she discusses how to reduce migration costs and risks, and add value to your current reporting infrastructure using BIRT. Attend to learn how to: *Eliminate expensive rewrites of existing Actuate reports in a new technology *Avoid the change management costs of implementing […]
Archives for June 2010
Here is an interesting shortcut. If you have a field on the screen that uses a calendar, such as the target start date, you may dread using the calendar popup or don’t want to type in the whole current date into the field itself. Well, Maximo has a built in shortcut functionality that is really […]
All of you have probably read my post on installing multiple instances of Maximo 7 using WebSphere. It is the third most popular post on this site. Now IBM, with it’s latest installer package, has enabled this capability. To read what they have provided, follow this link to their support site for more information.
Some of you may have seen the dialog message, “Actual Dates May Not Be In The Future”, when you try to enter labor hours that are considered future dates. This is the default functionality of Maximo, but there is a way to disable it if you want to. To disable this, open a connection to […]
I’ve always been curious as to how IBM monitors user licenses in Maximo 7…
IBM has announced that they will end support for Maximo 6.0 and 6.1. So start thinking about upgrading today. To read more, click here…