I created a child classification in the Space Class Current classification. In TRIRIGA, I am able to filter the selection to just this child classification via the filter in Report Manager. However, for my CAD Integrator users, it seems to be pulling the entire Space Class Current classification. Is it possible to limit that list in CAD Integrator?
Okay, I figured it out. In CAD Mapping, there is a Report Filter that is referencing a query called “triSpaceClassCurrent – CI – Available Space Class”. In this query, I added filters to filter down the list.
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I am trying to export foreign language data using integration object. Alphanumeric values are exported correctly, but I cannot figure out the character set used for foreign language values, namely Japanese. The Japanese values are displayed correctly when I look at the data from a browser, and the data is stored in UTF-8 in the database. But when I export the value out to a file using the integration object, the value is no longer in UTF-8. Does anyone know what character set the integration object uses? How I can change it to UTF-8?
You are absolutely right that it should use UTF-8, but after talking to a co-working and looking at some code it does not appear that is the case. Submit a PMR and reference RTC 292380 and include that you were referred by me to submit the PMR… This issue is tracked by APAR IJ02452.
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We are currently on TRIRIGA 188.8.131.52. I have an integration object that uses a static query to export records to a flat file. It works great when I click on the Execute action on the integration object. It can export more than 27,000 records. However, I only want to export a subset of those records, so I am executing it from a custom task as described here.
If there are 1000 records or less to export, executing from a custom task runs as expected. But if there are 1001 records or more, the workflow throws a NullPointerException (NPE). How can I get it to export more than 1000 records?
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The IBM TRIRIGA Connector for Business Applications (CBA) has the saveRecord() method. If saveRecord() runs without an action parameter, it triggers not-audited field validation (read-only, formulas, etc.). Is it fine to use this method without an action name?
For example, saveRecord could call a state transition by its name in a parameter. But a record could be in any state, so this state transition could be not-applicable to the current state. What if a record receives the wrong transition? (I guess InvalidActionNameException.) Should this situation be handled by process design? Or by state validations in the code which is difficult to maintain? Or another way?
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There’s an old metaphor originating from Plato that compares the soul to that of a chariot with a pair of winged horses. Chariots of the gods were equipped with two good horses, while us mere mortals were given one good horse and one bad, unruly horse, depicting the conflicts of the soul. Due to this imbalance, we would always face hardships. But those of us who could put that unruliness to use could potentially rise high enough to hang with the gods.
What does this have to do with IBM TRIRIGA and hanging out at TRIMAX this week? Not a whole lot, I just like to throw out fascinating metaphors. However, if you’re looking to power up your facilities “chariot” with the fiercest of good stallions, and corral the unruliness of unused data, you may want to read on.
The five fierce stallions of 2017
When it comes to fierce stallions, why have 2 when you can have 5? And when you’re talking about investments around TRIRIGA, the more the merrier. Here are the top 5 stallions driving the chariot of your facilities management efforts this year:
- 1. New lease accounting standards drive compliance domination…
- 2. Analytics help you understand the performance of your chariot…
- 3. Cloud isn’t just for mythical gods…
- 4. Mobility enables the business to soar from anywhere…
- 5. User experience (UX) drives Herculean engagement…
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FieldFLEX, the leading developer of mobile enterprise software for corporate real estate and workplace management, announced they will be releasing a premier mobile application designed specifically for facilities engineers and inspectors to gather asset data, perform asset condition audits, and estimate repair and replacement costs. The mobile app will allow organizations to rapidly collect and establish accurate asset records, support sustainable funding models, make critical decisions in a shorter time, and feed data directly into the capital planning and operational process…
The FieldFLEX FCA application is fully integrated with the FieldFLEX mobile platform and offers organizations a flexible, highly-scalable, IoT-enabled mobile solution that provides opportunities to reduce costs and risks. The FieldFLEX mobile platform builds a culture of engagement by connecting mobile employees with their workplace for real-time interaction. The suite of mobile enterprise productivity apps includes asset tracking and logistics, and field operations such as inspections, facility assessments and surveys. Compatible with iOS, Android, and Windows, FieldFLEX apps seamlessly integrate with the enterprise IWMS.
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So I just learned that I can’t use the Object Migration tool to migrate record data between two TRIRIGA environments. For example, I have two environments on different servers on the same application and platform version. If I try to use OM to migrate the Record Data only, for instance, the Building Equipment records, not all of the associated records will get migrated and certain smart sections do not get properly migrated either.
What are some other options that I could use to quickly migrate this data? I was thinking the Data Integrator (DI) method, but that would be tedious because I have over 100,000 records.
Ideally, DI should be used for the initial load. If the data is available somewhere else, you can look into Integration Object or DataConnect. You can populate staging tables and then run the integration. In your workflow, you can have logic to create any dependent records (such as organizations or contacts) based on the staging table data.
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