When it comes to BIRT reports, Jason Verly (@mygeekdaddy) is probably one to get guidance from on the web. His latest post on how to run Maximo BIRT report tools locally is another great in depth tutorial.
With the recent update in Maximo 18.104.22.168, the BIRT engine has been upgraded. Here is the newest development guide or view the PDF. If you need the guide for Maximo version 22.214.171.124 to 126.96.36.199 you can go here or for Maximo version 7.1 you can go here. Along with the new version of BIRT, there is [...]
One of the common questions posed by Maximo administrators is, ‘How do I modify the QBR template?’ The question makes perfect sense because once a QBR report is created in Maximo, it can be scheduled to run like a standard BIRT report or exported as a standard .rptdesign file. So somewhere inside Maximo is a [...]
This tutorial on “How To Create A Custom Dialog Box In Maximo Allowing User To Email BIRT Report“ comes from Daniel Ng and it’s probably one of the best, if not the best Maximo tutorials out there, even better than mine! I have to give credit where credit is due and I admire him. This is [...]
Jason Verly is a great contributor in the Tivoli User Community and he has a great tip on using date formats in BIRT. You can follow him on Twitter @mygeekdaddy or read updates on his website.
If you want to use reporting for a custom application or for an application that doesn’t have reporting enabled, it’s as simple as adding the signature option within application designer. [IBM Support] Enabling Run Reports Select Action Option
This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Maximo Start CentersThe ultimate goal of using start centers is to utilize the power of KPI’s and result sets for quick access to some important information. This information can be useful to your users for quick access to things but it can also affect performance [...]