FieldFLEX releases their latest mobility application for FCA


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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UX: How do you put a conditional check in TRIRIGA UX view?


I am new to the IBM TRIRIGA UX framework. My requirement is: “If a user contains a profile image, then display the uploaded image, or else, display the default image.” How can I put this conditional check inside the view.html page?

This doesn’t have an “else” condition, therefore just inverse your condition in another “dom-if”.

<template is=”dom-if” if=”{{condition()}}”>displayed when condition() is true

</template>

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How do you set the report filter for last (previous) month?


I want to create a report and set the filter for last month. When I want to add a condition, it opens the token list with values. Is there any chance I can update that token list? Or does anyone know how to set the filter for the last (previous) month?

Try $$THISMONTH$$-1. You can use operators with the relative time periods for query filters.

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Why are BIRT report parameters failing in TRIRIGA 3.5.2?


I’m seeing an issue with report parameters in BIRT. I’ve added a report parameter and bound it to a filter condition. The report runs perfectly in Eclipse. But when I uploaded the same to TRIRIGA, it’s giving me errors while the report is rendering, after entering the parameters. Surprisingly, null checks have been implemented using a script at the table level as well as on the filters, so that optional parameters are dealt with. Here’s the exception trace…

This may be related to a known issue resolved in APAR IV96587. Try the most recent fix pack and see if it resolves the issue.  If it does not, I would put in a PMR.

[Admin: This post is related to the 11.13.15 post and 07.03.15 post about having issues with BIRT report parameters. To see other related posts, use the BIRT tag.]

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ValuD: Can you perform condition-based maintenance with TRIRIGA?


Applying condition-based maintenance with IBM TRIRIGA helps to assess a facility’s or an asset’s performance, capture its lifecycle costs, and to identify necessary repairs and replacements. An integrated set of performance metrics of a facility’s condition is needed to predict when to repurpose, or renovate structures.

Building operations and maintenance managers are primarily responsible for assessing the condition of building components like roofs, air conditioning, walls, electrical, and communications. Forecasting facility conditions and predicting repairs before failure occurs, results in cost reduction. IBM TRIRIGA automates demand and preventive maintenance services to reduce the cost of maintenance operations.

TRIRIGA’s facilities and operations manager is an intense CMMS that enables organizations to manage their building assets and facilities over their lifecycle in order to reduce maintenance expenses. It provides condition-based facility assessments that help you to prioritize the areas for capital improvement and assists you in extending the life of your facilities and facility assets.

Condition-based maintenance features of IBM TRIRIGA

  • Improves the value and environmental performance of facility assets through the capture and classification of facility, building system and asset deficiencies…
  • Evaluates the required investment, energy and operating cost savings, and return on investment of each opportunity…
  • Automates the generation of work requests and capital projects to manage the remediation of deficiencies or implementation of environmental opportunities…

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IV96647: Reading-based schedules set to “One Time Only” are repeating


When creating a reading-based PM schedule with an action occurrence set to “One Time Only”, I would expect that only one task would be created when that rule is met. We are finding that it is creating a task every time you enter a reading that exceeds that threshold.

For example, if I enter a reading today and it is above the threshold of 170, then I expect a work task to be generated. But if I enter a subsequent reading and it is still above 170, then the system generates another work task again. This is not “One Time Only”. This is more like “Any Time”.

The reading-based PM schedules were not working as expected when the action occurrence is selected as “One Time Only”. Moving forward, the issue has been resolved by modifying the workflow for the “One Time Only” selection. The work tasks are now created only one time when the condition is met.

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Can anyone help with getting out of a workflow Iterator task?


Can anyone help me with how to get out of a workflow Iterator task when a condition is met? If I use the Stop task inside the Iterator task, will it stop the Iterator or the workflow?

You can use Loop task and Break task. In the Break task, mention the condition in which it should leave the Loop. If you use the Stop task, it will stop the entire workflow.

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