Maximo MobileThe Integration Framework provides Web services and service-oriented architecture (SOA) technologies to support application services and coordination between enterprise systems and external applications. Integration can be quickly configured and customized to meet specific business requirements with predefined components and object structures. The Integration Framework is composed of highly flexible business components to ensure compatibility […]
Here is an nicely detailed article explaining external systems in Maximo 7.
Here is a link to a great write up on Maximo 7’s Web Services Library. [via TAIC]
Maximo MobileI have talked a lot about the integration framework and how to import and export data, but I have not given any steps on how to set it up. So here is a quick guide to setup the JMS queues and buses for use with the Integration Framework. These steps are for a single […]
I’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 detailed KB article on Configuring JMS Buses and queues for Multiple Independent Instances […]
Here is a good article on creating additional continuous queues and MDBs for Maximo 7 MIF.
In a recent forum post, I was asked why the data being imported was being overwritten and not replaced by the data specified in the integration table or flat file. In short, the answer is you have to specify an ‘action’ property when importing the data. That property is optional, but you can tell MIF […]
In this part of tutorial we will see how to customize the message going out of MIF to an external system using XSL stylesheets. To communicate with an external system MIF provides Publish Channels: A publish channel is the pipeline for sending data asynchronously from the system to an external system. Events that initiate publish channel […]
For most of the simple integrations in which we send out data from Maximo to external systems (SAP, Oracle…legacy…Custom Applications) we do not need to filter records as most common filtering can be achieved using the “Processing Rules” available on a publish channel. In this example we will see how the out of the box […]
When an outbound transaction is triggered from Maximo, it has to pass through lots of checks and updates, once it has passed through all that based on the endpoint (xml, csv, http…) defined, the object is delivered to the external system or common point of contact in case of flat files or xml files. Similar, […]