We are getting ready for IBM Pulse 2012 and making some major improvements to our EZMaxMobile solution. The first new feature is that we now support Windows Phone 7…
Archives for January 2012
Maximo MobileAre you attending IBM Pulse 2012? Are you looking for a mobile solution for your business? Then stop by this session to see how USAA stopped syncing their mobile devices and started using real-time connectivity with EZMaxMobile to improve stability and lower failure rates. Session Details: 1120 Release the Beast: How USAA Went on […]
In this tutorial, I will show you what are the basic steps to creating a new application within Maximo. This tutorial won’t go into details about custom java class but it will show you what you need to do to add a new application. For simplicity sake, this new application won’t have any business logic, […]
Rick over at developerWorks has posted a white paper on system performances related to TPAE products. If this is something you need, I suggest you take a peak.
One of the biggest challenges of using MBO’s are queries that use date ranges or date values in general. This is because any user can be connected to an Oracle, SQL Server or DB2 instance and they all use dates differently. There is a class called SqlFormat that will help take care of the date […]
I have always wondered what the ‘operator’ field was used for in the report administration application. When you want to use date ranges in BIRT reports, this is exact what it’s used for. Here is a link that shows how to extend QBR reports to include date ranges.
Maximo MobileOn December 8, 2011, IBM Software released the Base Services 184.108.40.206 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 […]
Maximo MobileBy default, MIF web services are unsecure, but if you are using native Maximo security and not LDAP, you can secure MIF web services with this configuration change. Normally Web Services and HTTP Servelets are secured using the MEAWEB Web.xml descriptor to map the maximousers security role in the Application Server to each service. […]