This document describes how to download IBM® TRIRIGA® V10.5.2 and IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform V3.5.2 by using the IBM Passport Advantage website…
- 1. Go to the Passport Advantage site and sign in.
- 2. Select Software download & media access. Click Continue if prompted.
- 3. On the Download software tab, search by part number for CJ0TZML.
- 4. In the Select individual files section, expand the + sign to view the included files.
- 5. Select the check boxes for the items that you need to download…
A typical TRIRIGA UX application will initially load hundreds of resource files which translate to the same number of HTTP requests from the server to the browser. This remains true in the succeeding requests of these resources even if they are already cached by the browser. The browser still makes the same number of HTTP requests to the server then waits for the server response to either load it from the cache or from the latest version from the server. This great number of HTTP requests is costly and can affect the performance of your application. One way of cutting down this cost is to concatenate these web resources into a single file through the Vulcanize build tool created by the Google Polymer team.
The TRIRIGA team developed a tool called tri-vulcanize that specifically vulcanizes TRIRIGA UX component files. It pulls the component files from the TRIRIGA server based on the given view to vulcanize, then uses the Google Vulcanize build tool to concatenate these files into a single file.
- Upgrade TRIRIGA Platform version 3.5.2 to be able to vulcanize UX applications.
- Upgrade TRIRIGA Application version 10.5.2 to get the vulcanized Perceptive applications.
- Download the tools here.
- Setup the UX metadata for customized and new UX applications.
When do I vulcanize my UX Application?
You will need to vulcanize your UX application whenever there are changes to your view files or platform component files. These usually happen when a developer has updated your view files or from application OMs and platform upgrades. It is best to re-vulcanize your UX applications when any of these changes occurred, even if you are not sure that there were UX component and application files getting updated in the upgrade…
This version of the Availability section replaces the Java applet-based Availability section. The Java applet-based Availability section is deprecated. Most browser vendors are no longer supporting Java applets. For details on support, see Java applet support.
The Availability section in IBM TRIRIGA display the availability of resources over a period of time. The Availability section is implemented in several locations in the as-shipped IBM TRIRIGA, for example, the Find Available Times tab in the Location Reservation form and Concierge form.
You can use the availability user interface to find and book available times for reservable resources such as rooms and equipment. The table contains resources and the chart displays free and busy times for the resources. The currently specified Start date/time and End date/time are displayed as well…
In the Attachments tab, this package contains the untranslated labels and data delivered in IBM TRIRIGA Platform 3.5.2 and Application 10.5.2. These will be translated in the future release. You can use the files inside this package to provide translations for your supported languages, then import them into your environments.
If IE11 is being used and you bring up a TRIRIGA metric chart that uses a bar chart format and a filter defined, clicking on an option to filter then results in the filter selection screen overlapping the graph results. There is no way to make that selection screen disappear.
This problem happens with IE11, but not Firefox. All of this worked fine in TRIRIGA 126.96.36.199, but the problem was seen after upgrading to 188.8.131.52.
Is it possible to import other views I have added in TRIRIGA, similar to how we import the components that are provided? If so, what is the default file path to follow? For example:
- <link rel=”import” href=”../triplat-ds/triplat-ds.html”>
- <link rel=”import” href=”../custom-view/custom-view.html”>
Yes, it is possible. You got the idea. The path to import a component from a custom view is similar to how we import other components:
- <link rel=”import” href=”../name-of-the-view/name-of-the-file.html”>
IBM TRIRIGA hosts a public beta for review and evaluation of our upcoming releases. You can access the site here. There is a very simple registration application that you must fill out, in order to gain access. That registration application can be found here (username: beta, password: signup).
We also have a public Slack channel to which you can request access, where you can engage development of new and upcoming features, as well as gain early previews of release notes and support matrices.
The IBM TRIRIGA beta is going to be refreshed to start our 3.5.3/10.5.3 beta on December 29th, and will be available again by January 3rd. During the refresh, the beta server will be unavailable. All previous user accounts will be removed, and registration will be required again to create new accounts and access the beta.
There’s also an IBM TRIRIGA demo site where you don’t have to register. Our TRIRIGA SaaS or “cloud” version has a viewable demo here.
[Admin: A similar message is also posted in the TRIRIGA Around the World Facebook group. This post is related to the 11.13.15 post about IBM TRIRIGA SaaS in the Cloud Shop.]