I have configured Esri connector in our TRIRIGA instance using the following URL:
/html/en/default/rest/EsriJS?map=Default – Location – Associated to Current Record&level=5
We have found that the GIS map initially displays but at the lowest zoom level. Essentially, the map is not responding to the Level parameter. Does anyone have any experience with this?
[Admin: This post is related to the 02.04.15 post about GIS documentation, and the 01.21.15 post about GIS functionality.]
We are encountering some issues running DataConnect on a DB2 database and wondered if anyone could point us in the right direction. Previously, we were successfully running on an Oracle Database, but since moving to DB2, we have come across some issues.
We found some notes that said we could resolve some issues by ensuring that numeric fields in the import file contained zeros instead of blanks, but we still get the same issues. The import of the data to the staging table is failing, and the TRIRIGA integration object is displaying errors. For some reason, it is not recognizing the data in the file…
Is it possible to migrate documents from one TRIRIGA environment to another?
Yes, documents can be migrated from one environment to another, but I would recommend that you focus on “system” documents like BIRT reports, or Excel sheets used for offline processes. I would not use object migration (OM) to migrate documents in large quantities…
[Admin: This post is related to the 12.02.16 post about integrating with CMIS or ECM solutions, the 06.09.16 post about using an ECM solution instead of Document Manager, and the 04.13.16 post about uploading 6500 locations with several attachments each.]
We’re unable to perform a Sync Full of CAD drawings if there are any people assigned to the spaces. Here’s the ci.log error:
ERROR [com.tririga.ci.sync.SyncServiceImpl](pool-1-thread-2) Sync failed.
com.tririga.ci.error.CiRuntimeException: com.tririga.ci.remote.shared.error.CiSharedException: Attach associated object could not find the association to use.
The CAD hierarchy for the custom configuration is not mapped correctly for triSubSpace. Custom business objects and forms were created for all property hierarchy items. But the existing triSubSpace CAD hierarchy node for triSubSpace was not changed. It still references “Space Mapping”, instead of “cstSpace Mapping”. This means both space mappings are part of the application definition (which have different forms). This was causing the Sync Full to fail. Updating the triSubSpace hierarchy node to point to the cstSpaceMapping will resolve this error.
[Admin: This post is related to the 09.12.16 post about a Sync failure in CI, and the 08.05.16 post about a Sync Full error in CI.]
[Admin: As a side note, with the 3.5.1 introduction of object labels and revisions, you’re not required in 3.5.1 or later to use the classic “cst” naming convention any more. For reference, here are the new naming convention best practices.]
When learning about new technologies and tools, it often helps to get one’s hands just a little bit dirty and see what really makes them work. That’s the idea behind the new Bootcamp labs at IBM InterConnect 2017, March 19-23 in Las Vegas.
These instructor-led labs run 3 to 4 hours, giving enrollees the opportunity to do hands-on work with new products and technologies. Attendees can find a deeper dive in these sessions led by subject matter experts…
IoT Platform to Maximo/TRIRIGA hands-on lab
Thursday, 8:30 AM – 12:15 PM, Mandalay Bay South Seas I1, Session ID: 7436A
This lab offers attendees a basic understanding of how connected operations work. Use a simulated temperature sensor (a gauge meter in Maximo) to send a temperature reading to the Internet of Things (IoT) Quickstart. The message is then sent to NODE-RED, which parses the message. When a reading changes, it goes into a REST-API call that inserts the meter reading into the referenced asset meter readings. The reading updates the measure point and triggers a work order using Maximo functionality, or if one chooses to do so, using a TRIRIGA work task…
[Admin: This post is related to the 02.06.15 post about exploring the TRIRIGA user group community, and the 06.07.16 post about using sensors with Watson IoT to create TRIRIGA work tasks.]
After installing TRIRIGA CAD Integrator 12.1.4, it is failing to login to TRIRIGA using the proxy settings. The software returns an error:
“Login Failed. Contact IBM Software Support.”
The software is trying to connect to several IP addresses or URLs including Amazon Web Services (AWS) which are being dropped at the firewall.
Our investigation suggests the issue is related to the third-party libraries for (Apache) HttpClient 4.3.1 described here. It appears this is a known problem with the older HttpClient library which CI uses for communication with TRIRIGA. We confirmed that connection from TRIRIGA CAD Integrator works fine when bypassing the proxy…
[Admin: This post is related to the 01.15.16 post about having an issue with the CI login.]
I added a new CAD mapping so that I could allow users to batch associate an occupancy to an organization. Out-of-the-box, there is already a CAD mapping that allocates to chargeback to an organization.
- 1. Created a new CAD mapping called “Occupancy Mapping”.
- 2. Opened the Space Mapping record and in the Other Associated Object, I selected my “Occupancy Mapping” and gave it an association of “Has Allocation”.
- 3. Cleared the Object Metadata cache in Admin Console.
- 4. Tried to login via CAD Integrator, and received the error:
“Login failed. Contact IBM Software Support.”
I opened the ci.log and found the following error…
[Admin: A similar article is posted in the CAD Integrator forum about an issue with the Space Mapping.]