How do you set up a Group object to leverage query sections?


In the IBM TRIRIGA 3.5.3 and 10.5.3 release, the Group object was redesigned to leverage query sections, instead of a single large smart section. The query sections improve the performance and usability of the Members tab by paginating the results, and providing filtering capabilities. These application changes are a part of the IBM TRIRIGA 10.5.3 application upgrade object migration (OM) package, but can be applied to systems running older application versions.

To help anyone who would like to apply the Group enhancements to an environment not running 10.5.3, the 10.5.3_Group_Query_Enhancement.zip can be downloaded from the Attachments tab. This is an unsupported object migration (OM) package that includes the Group form, queries, and workflows that were created to enhance the application. This OM package can be imported into an environment running on the 3.5.3 platform release.

Note: This enhancement requires the 3.5.3 platform release for the “Add” and “Delete” functions to work within the query section. There are new custom tasks that are called by workflows that handle the adding and removing of group member records, when users or groups are selected. Before applying this OM to a production system, the OM package should be tested in a test or development environment first.

[Admin: This post is related to the 03.07.16 post about best practices for managing your security groups. To see other related posts, use the Security tag.]

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