Do you have a pair of these on your desk? Even if yours aren’t fire engine red with cubic zirconia sparkles…glasses enable us to see things more clearly.
Likewise, the Maximo Business Intelligence (BI) Packs enable you to view Maximo data in a much clearer format.
Frequently, your users export the results of an application query to Microsoft Excel to view and analyze Maximo data. However, as shown here, the results of that data can be overwhelming, and tedious... [More]
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Thinking about the US Healthcare.gov website issues, it reminded me that people don’t always know what “performance” means. When we talk about performance we think it means “slow” or, if we think about our car, maybe we think it means “it works or it doesn’t work”. Well, already we have two different definitions of performance and we haven’t really begun to look deep into it. Having 17 years of experience in the performance business, I know that performance means the end... [More]
IBM® Maximo® for Oil and Gas provides oil and gas enterprises with best practices to help improve the productivity, efficiency, and safety of their critical assets. Maximo for Oil and Gas addresses the specialized needs of the oil and gas industry, such as audit and survey preparation, permit and certificate planning, and risk management.
Maximo for Oil and Gas version 7.5.1 adds features for managing work processes with permits to work, evaluating regulatory compliance, and planning lock out and tag out operations. Existing... [More]
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From maximo version 188.8.131.52+, a new feature was introduced, called asset topology, which is to visually demonstrate the user-defined relationships between the assets stored in the maximo database. Here is what asset topology looks like:
How To Setup Topology?
Now that you have... [More]
This functionality works directly from applications.
Though it relies on the object structure component of Integration Framework but no other Integration components like Publish Channels, End Points, and JMS Queues are needed to be configured.
The application export and import is done synchronously without the use of JMS Queues.
No applications out of the box are pre-configured with import and export... [More]
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In Maximo when using the ‘Find’ field in the toolbar ,if there are multiple records that can be returned, the required record may not be displayed on the screen. This is also true when searching for a PO that has revisions in Receiving application. Maximo will search only for the key that was entered and returns the first value it finds. This is standard functionality.
Note: If there are multiple records that can be returned from a ‘Find’ search, if the user selects the list tab after the... [More]
Maximo Asset Configuration Manager (ACM) is a Add On solution to the core Maximo Asset Management solution. ACM is designed to support complex components that have many sub-parts and require carefully planned and executed maintenance.
Currently, ACM is used in the aerospace, defense and rail sectors where safety and regulatory compliance is of primary importance, particularly in the area of tracking the status of... [More]
Are the target dates for your SLA not calculating as expected? The setup of your calendars and shifts plays an important part in calculating the target dates for SLA.
Take a look at this new post and have it everything running smoothly.
As I usually test some Maximo Upgrade scenarios for some different products and releases, I am bringing today another tip when performing upgrades from Major Versions (6.x to 7.1.x or 7.1.x to 7.5.x).
This tip is related to the order of installation of the Industry Solutions/add-ons in the step of preparation for the upgrade process. To be clear, you have to understand that it is just a step of the whole upgrade process, which you can learn fully by reading the Upgrade Guide ).
If you are upgrading your... [More]
For Tuesday's action: Migrating a Maximo server, Part Three.
Did I say a Quick Active Directory integration setup? Yes. My Maximo 7.1 server uses LDAP security with Microsoft Active Directory 2008. Users and groups are synchronized with LDAPSYNC.
So, out of necessity, when I migrated my Maximo server I created an LDAP integration setup document, based on my very simple setup. I have fleshed it the steps below. I hope it is helpful for administratorssetting up their first LDAP integration. (More... [More]
When Maximo for Transportation and Maximo Asset Configuration Manager are installed together, their features and applications complement each other but might, in certain scenarios, also cause confusion about the best practice for primarily managing certain assets in one product instead of the other product. We have created a short video to outline some of the features introduced in the 7.5.1 release of both products to help users avoid potentially confusing situations.
Check it out here !
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Monday's work: Migrating a Maximo server, Part Two.
Yesterday's list looks really neat, doesn't it? I revised yesterday's list of to-do's extensively, in light of what actually happened during the migration. For one, I had to keep checking where I was storing my databases. I created a diagram on my white board to keep them all straight. Listed below are the databases and instances affected by the move. The new server is called MAXNC3082 .
What happened on Friday: Migrating a Maximo server, Part One.
I have a bit of an advantage with this migration. My source and target servers are ideally suited for each other: they have the same operating system and bitness - Windows s008 R2 64-bit.
What's moving :
one Oracle database server with three databases: max62, max71, sccd75
one WebSphere 184.108.40.206 server with four Application servers: max62server, max62SQLserver, max71server, RMIregistry
one Maximo... [More]