Where do you set or change the host name URL?

I installed IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform 3.5.3 in Linux CentOS 7. While running the TRIRIGA installer, I selected an embedded server, that is IBM WebSphere Application Server (WAS) Liberty Profile This server is successfully installed and up and running. From the log, I found that the server host where IBM TRIRIGA is accessed has […]

Where are the latest lease accounting videos?

This wiki lists our lease accounting videos. The IBM TRIRIGA Lease Accounting team presents the key features and enhancements of our lease accounting tools from 10.5.0 through, including partial payments, FASB/IASB setup, ASC 840/842, GAAP/IFRS leases, and index adjustments. [Admin: This post is related to the 02.22.16 post and 09.29.14 post about finding information on TRIRIGA lease accounting. To […]

Where can you find a list of available IBM TRIRIGA reports?

Here are several lists of reports delivered with the as-shipped TRIRIGA solution: TRIRIGA Reports_10.5.2_3.5.2.xlsx (Note: See the Excel tabs for the BIRT reports.) TRIRIGA Reports_10.4.2_3.4.2.xls (Note: This report list does not have any BIRT reports.) TRIRIGA Reports_10.3.1_3.3.1.pdf Continue reading →

IV95184: Report Manager “Where Used” fails with single quote mark

If you add a single quote to a query name and click “Where Used”, it causes errors. I suspect this is due to the SQL generated, as it would require an extra single quote to pass the string correctly. If you add another single quote, to ‘escape’ the character, it will work correctly. This is […]

Why does “Where Used” still show unreferenced fields being in use?

I’ve been making extensive changes to a couple of BOs, moving fields from one to another to avoid exceeding the 8K limit for row lengths in SQL Server. As I’m relocating fields and then trying to remove them from the from the original BO, I’m relying heavily on the “Where Used” function to let me […]

UX: Where can you find the TRIRIGA UX component documentation?

Component API documentation for developing applications with UX Framework is deployed with your TRIRIGA server. Component documentation can be accessed via the following endpoint: http[s]://[tririga-hostname:port][/context_path]/p/web/doc The [tririga-hostname:port] and [/context_path] are the specific values you’d normally use to access your IBM TRIRIGA environment. Once at the component documentation page, you can browse or search the TRIRIGA […]

IV94679: “Where Used” feature not working as expected

When using the “Where Used” function, there are some instances where it is not working properly. If you go to the “triAsset – Associated to Building” query and click the “Where Used” tab, it is used by the “triCarbonCalculationRequest” section on a Find action, the “triRequest > triCarbonCalculation > triCarbonCalculationRequest” form. However, the actual query […]

Where can you find the IBM TRIRIGA performance best practices?

Based on customer feedback, the PDF format of the Best Practices for IBM TRIRIGA 3.5.x System Performance is replaced with this more easily navigable wiki format. For PDF documents on earlier versions of TRIRIGA, go to the Archive at the bottom of this page. Best Practices for IBM TRIRIGA System Performance Use these System Performance best practices […]

Where can you find the IBM TRIRIGA Workflow Analysis Utility?

The IBM TRIRIGA Workflow Analysis Utility analyzes workflow performance and process execution. The utility reads IBM TRIRIGA performance logs and displays performance analytics for workflows, including workflow execution time, and process flow (the order in which workflows ran and what triggered them to run). Download and unzip the WorkflowAnalysisUtility.zip file. Included in the ZIP file […]

Where does the “Tax Rate %” come from in the PO line item?

Does anyone know where the “Tax Rate %” comes from when the purchase order line item is created? It’s just a number field where you can enter a tax rate when you create the PO line item… Out of the box, you manually enter this value. [Admin: The same question is also posted in the triDeveloper Google […]