Can someone elaborate what is the use of the Instance ID field in the Application Metadata form? Why does it have to be -1? Also, can it be modified (say, using a workflow) at a later point of time while using the application?… Is an instance created when we put -1 as the Instance ID, which changes later on? If yes, can that be explicitly changed by some means? And what is the purpose behind it?
If you specify an application instance ID, that value will be used as a context ID for the primary data sources on your model. It works the same way as using the triplet-ds-context-id for child data sources. The difference is that application instance ID is a fixed value for the application and it will not be changed. The value -1 means that the instance ID is not used for this application. This is an application metadata, so there is no reason for a workflow to change that value.
[Admin: This post is related to the 02.25.26 post about building an app in the UX framework, and the 12.11.15 post about the UX framework.]
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Where is the Compatibility Matrix going to be relocated?
(1) In February 2020, the Compatibility Matrix and several related pages were officially relocated to IBM Support as follows:
(2) Since January 2020, the above information is also available in the independent (or backup) wiki:
- TRIRIGAFEEDIA Wiki
- Note that this wiki may or may not contain the latest updates, but it strives to do so.
[Admin: This post is related to the 11.14.14 post about the latest Compatibility Matrix. To see other related posts, use the Matrix tag.]
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How long can a password be in IBM TRIRIGA?
There is no maximum password length imposed by the out-of-the-box TRIRIGA system. The encrypted password length is 500 characters. However, that encrypted length translates to about 125 characters.
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Starting in IBM TRIRIGA 3.5.3, the Report Scheduler application provides administrators the ability to schedule and automate reports, queries, and external reports. Administrators can select the reports to run, setup a schedule and time, and identify who receives the reports. Once scheduled, the platform will run the reports, and send the them in an email notification as an attachment.
The application is found under Tools > System Setup > Report Scheduler.
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I have installed the IBM TRIRIGA application platform and it is up and running. Next, I want to develop Perceptive apps. What licenses do I need to develop Perceptive apps? Can I get a sample link or resource to start any sample apps?
[Admin: This post is related to the 08.30.16 post about how licenses work in UX, and the 12.11.15 post about the UX framework. This post is also related to the UX Articles, UX Videos, and UX Lessons blog pages.]
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 22.214.171.124. This server is successfully installed and up and running.
From the log, I found that the server host where IBM TRIRIGA is accessed has an URL something like this: http://some.static.ab-xyz.com:8001. This URL value was taken by default. I did not provide this value. My question is: How do I change this host name URL? Where is the setting for this?
I’m not sure what log you’re looking at and what specifically you’re seeing. What is set as your FRONT_END_SERVER value in your TRIRIGAWEB.properties file?
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