This entry is part 2 of 10 in the series Getting Started with MIFHere is an nicely detailed article explaining external systems in Maximo 7.
Archives for April 2010
This entry is part 5 of 10 in the series Getting Started with MIFI’m sure most of you have read my post on setting up multiple instances of Maximo, and if you have, you maybe wondering how to setup the JMS buses and queues for MIF to work for each instance. Well, here is a […]
I recently got a chance to quickly play around with the Create Report button or Query Based Reports (QBR) in Maximo 7. At first look, creating a QBR report can be a bit daunting, but it’s actually quite easy to use. This feature is very powerful useful feature to have in your reporting arsenal.
Maximo MobileThe conditional expression manager is a useful tool to use to conditionally display or hide data or fields. This helpful trick will show you how to make a field required based on some other values in other fields. In previous version of Maximo, this used to be called Field Control. Now, I know that […]
How to hide data using Attribute Restrictions in the Security Groups application and using the Conditional Expression Manager.
This fixpack is scheduled for June 2010. View details here…
Over the years, I have seen many Maximo instances where the client changes the login page to show whether it is a production environment or a test environment by customizing the login.jsp page as need. Some even add their own images such as their company logo. Well, in Maximo 7, you no longer have to […]
Maximo 6.2.5 introduces the support for Internet Explorer 8 and contains a built in functionality that allows Maximo to work well with multi tabbing in IE8. It is supported from 6.2.5 onwards, as well as all for all Maximo 7.x versions. (Note: IE7 was not supported for multi tabbing up to Maximo version 6.2.2; however, […]
I just found this out and I find it very useful. There is a way for you search for NULL fields from the Advanced Search dialog or even from the list column within the Work Order Tracking module.
You can upgrade your installed copy of IBM® Tivoli® Change and Configuration Management Database (CCMDB) from version 22.214.171.124 or later to version 126.96.36.199. Follow the link here… [IBM Support]