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It is often asked if there is a panel or administration console available in IBM TRIRIGA for showing active users and the licenses they are consuming.
Unfortunately there is not, but to circumvent this you can use some helpful SQL queries.
The SQL queries are documented in
The queries provide a snapshot of current user and licenses being used, in a few different outputs:
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IBM Maximo with Watson Analytics: Storybooks Introduction - Introduces Watson Analytics Storybooks for IBM's Maximo Asset Management Product. These storybooks combine the power of Maximo data with the exploration, predictive and display features of Watson Analytics. Video by Pam Denny, Maximo Analytics Architect
The embedded playlist below starts with the introduction and them moves into Use Cases, Work Management, and finally Asset Management storybooks:
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Maximo 7.6 - Edit Rules allowing editing records at a certain status: How to edit rules in Maximo applications to allow actions against records of a status normally not editable. By Roberto Palma
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This two-part article series describes many operations a developer is responsible for from the time they join the project to the time where they are ready to deliver their features and fixes. This series is meant to be a helpful collection of "developer's cheat sheets." Some of the operations outlined are ones you might use infrequently. You'll use other operations often enough for them to become second nature to your normal development routines.
Rational Team Concert essentials: A developer's perspective, Part 1: Joining a new team project - Part 1 of this article series explores:
Rational Team Concert essentials: A developer's perspective, Part 2: Delivering work contributions - In Part 2 of this article series, you continue to use Rational Team Concert V.5.0.2 to:
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Maximo 7.6 - How to exclude user defined attributes when duplicating a record in Maximo: Excluding user defined attributes when duplicating records. By Patrick Nolan
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The Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM video series on developerWorks is a great beginning to working with the various CLM components and features to improve your engineering streams and manage change:
Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM: CLM global configuration - The video builds on the concept of a lifecycle project in IBM's solution for Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) by introducing concepts and terminology introduced in version 6.0 of the IBM Jazz applications. These concepts include baselines, steams, configurations, global configurations, components and other. These capabilities are useful when reusing requirements or components in product variants, in product line engineering, and in everyday project development.
Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM: What is Product Line Engineering? - IBM Rational offers solutions to support each phase of the product line engineering (PLE) lifecycle. PLE is a methodology that lets you deliver and evolve entire product lines more efficiently.
Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM: Managing Requirement Changes with DOORS Next Generation - In this short demonstration you will see how changes to requirements can be made in an isolated stream, captured in change sets and linked with work items and then shared and delivered for reuse in other streams.
Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM: IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation: Working with baselines - In this video we learn how to work with baselines in IBM Rational DOORS Next Generation V6.0.
Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM: Effectively Manage Changes, Baselines and Engineering streams - In this short demonstration you will see how global configurations can be used to help you effectively manage changes across the engineering lifecycle. We will start off by examining a new defect that has recently been submitted against an Automated Meter Reader system. This system helps automate collection of water usage in residential and commercial buildings. The project planning and change management component of the IBM Continuous Engineering Solution allow us to coordinate amongst team members using releases and work items. Work items are typically small chunks of work carried out by team members on a project and can represent tasks like enhancements, defects and system change requests.
Introduction to Configuration Management with IBM CLM: Effectively Manage and Reuse Components - In this short demonstration you will see how global configurations can be used to help you effectively manage, organize and reuse components that contain artifacts across the development lifecycle.
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Maximo - How to run a dbc script file: How to manually run a dbc (database) script file. by Natalie Sanders
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Video 1: Configuration Management in and across the Engineering Lifecycle. Get the big picture in this gentle introduction to the basic concepts that will be demonstrated in the other videos in the series.
Video 2: Configuration Management in and across the Engineering Lifecycle. See how teams can use configuration management to make their work easier.
Video 3: Configuration Management in and across the Engineering Lifecycle. See how teams can use linking to create traceability in configurations.
Video 4: Configuration Management in and across the Engineering Lifecycle. See how teams can work in parallel and deliver changes to other development streams representing product variants or releases.
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The Continuous Engineering teams have delivered a number of new product releases over the last few weeks. These releases include a number of fixes and enhancements. We've included highlights of some of the enhancements below.
Available November 29, 2016
Available December 5, 2016
Teams that create and evolve complex IT systems and mech
Refer to the Highlights of 6.0.3 blog post for more information.
In this release, project teams and document controllers can look forward to further improved web functionality that is built on the success of the recent Rational Publishing Engine V2.1 release. These enhancements includes following details:
Other Rational Publishing Engine enhancements include:
In Rational Publishing Engine V2.1.1, there are the following deprecated functions:
For more deta