BiLog:Representations....Configuring Email Content Type for Reporting
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Large chunks of succulent lobster lightly tossed with chilled mayonnaise and nestled between a sweet-butter grilled hot dog roll. Ahhh….the Lobster Roll…a true New England experience.
And as the lobster rolls represents New England Cuisine, one of the most powerful representations of Maximo is its ease of customization. Throughout the BiLog entries, a number of ways you can customize Maximo reporting have been detailed including
1. Record Limits. Defining the maximum records reports can execute against as a performance enabler.
2. Report List Portlet. Configuring listings of most frequently accessed reports on Starts Center for Ease of use.
3. QBR Edit. Determining if your users can edit QBR reports that they have created – but that other security groups have access to via property setting mxe.
There are many more Customization features, including mxe.
If the value is the default of text/html, the users receive the email comments in this form
example of how carriage return displays after configuring mxe.
However, if you update the value to text/plain, the users receive the email comments with the entered return values as shown here
of how carriage return displays
after configuring mxe.
With so many ways to configure Maximo reporting, be sure to check out these guides for more details and screenshots - -
The Maximo Version 7.1 Report Feature Guide here
The Maximo Version 7.5 Report Feature Guide here
Or the full listing of Report Reference Materials here
And remember if you are ever in New England…don’t forget to check out the Red Sox and those incredible Lobster Rolls….