The new Maximo Integration Framework, formerly known as Maximo Enterprise Adapter (MEA), makes it easy to import data. I will show you how you can import data into Maximo from an interface table.
This screencast will walk you through importing security users and be able to set their passwords.
Screencast tutorial on how to import data with XML flat files. You see how to export data and learn how to import data with the Integration Framework. Also, you will easily see how to get the XML structure for your import process.
Detailed tutorial on importing assets and asset specifications with the Maximo Integration Framework.
This entry is part 5 of 14 in the series Import Data with MIFExporting data with the Integration Framework is a lot easier than importing data. When importing data, we use “Enterprise Services”, but for exporting data we need to use “Publish Channels”. Of course they are both based on Object Structures. Out of the [...]
This entry is part 6 of 14 in the series Import Data with MIFThere is already a guide to import failure codes with Maximo 6 and MEA but it seems as though this guide isn’t really useful for Maximo 7 and the Integration Framework. Initially, I thought it the guide provided by IBM for Maximo [...]
This entry is part 7 of 14 in the series Import Data with MIFThere seems to be some trick to really getting the locations and location hierarchies to be imported into Maximo correctly with the Integration Framework. I have tried many things to get this to work and I here is what I have come [...]
In our forum, Robert is having some trouble creating a person group object structure, so I figured I could write up a quick step by step tutorial on how create a MXPERSONGROUP object structure to import new groups.
This entry is part 9 of 14 in the series Import Data with MIFIn this tutorial, I will show you how to setup object structures and enterprise services to import PM’s that use PM sequencing. PM sequencing or job plan sequencing is when you want to use a different job plan on one PM when [...]
This entry is part 10 of 14 in the series Import Data with MIFThere is a built in object structure called MXCLASSIFICATION that we will use to import classification hierarchies and also the classification attributes using the Maximo Integration Framework (MIF). I will be using my default method of importing data which is by way [...]