Maximo can have performance issues at times so any tip to improve it in any way is always helpful. Bruno has shared his quick tip on how to improve doclinks by modifying a little bit of SQL. This tip can be applied anywhere so be sure to check it out.
Recently have was tasked to troubleshoot a custom BIRT report performance issue for a client for Maximo 7.1 The problem was that the report, which normally ran fine, was now taking over 30 minutes to run and eventually never ran at all, which then in turn resulted in other reports not being able to run. [...]
There are many ways to skin a cat when dealing with Maximo and the Integration Framework is no exception. And let’s face it, when using the MIF to import data, it’s not normally an easy task. It’s more of a trial and error process. You send data to Maximo and hope that the data is [...]
The Performance Monitor (PERFMON) or Maximo Activity Dashboard (MAD) enables you to see performance bottlenecks. This feature is only available in Maximo 18.104.22.168 and above. If you have Maximo 7.1 you can go here or if you have Maximo 7.5 you can go here
On July 27, 2012, IBM Software released the Base Services 22.214.171.124 fix pack for Maximo Asset Management, Maximo Asset Management Essentials, and Tivoli Asset Management for IT Download Description This product update corresponds to fixes for Base Services (MBS), which is not a product, but is the base platform component for the products listed in [...]
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 [...]
Forum member Madd0g17 has posted a solution to setup an object structure that will allow you to add failure codes to a work order through the Maximo Integration Framework. Here is his solution: You can either adapt the MXWO object structure or duplicate it and give it whatever name you want (mine was called XMSWO), then [...]