How to hide data using Attribute Restrictions in the Security Groups application.
Archives for May 2009
This entry is part 5 of 15 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 […]
Here is a link for Maximo 7 system requirements from the client to the application server. Follow the link here…
Are you thinking of upgrading Maximo? Here are some great resources for you to look at. Of course, you can always contact us to upgrade your Maximo for you. In the meantime, check out our upgrade project for MGH, which is an upgrade from Maximo 411 to 7114. [IBM Support]
This screencast will walk you through importing security users and be able to set their passwords.
Here is another WebCast for those of you who are interested. This STE will cover what does the EML do, IMAP + POP3, email server configuration, example using IBM Lotus Domino 8.5, EML Configuration, flow diagram of Email listener step by step guide, first the CronTask then the workflow, logging the EML, CronTask and Workflow troubleshooting examples.
Here is a quick screencast demo of our WebAssign solution that allows you to quickly batch assign and reassign workorders.
For those of you who are new to MIF, IBM is presenting this WebCast. This STE will cover Maximo Integration Framework, basic configuration external system, object structure, endpoint, export data to xml and flat file, import data from xml and flat file.
Have you been in the location or asset drilldown dialog box and seen the node “…This level has reached the set display limit…”? That is because the drilldown limit for child nodes is set to 50. You can change this limit to 5 or even 200.
In Maximo, you can use extra fields to store extra data and crossover fields is just an added functionality. For example, in the asset table, there are extra fields such as eq1, eq2… and so forth. These fields are there for you to use at your own free will and use them however you want. […]