What is a way to create an analogue of an editable report using UX framework?
You can accomplish this by doing the following:
- 1. Create the query data source.
- 2. In the code, create an iterator over the data (dom-repeat or iron-list).
- 3. Either add a button for saving, or catch the on-change event in order to commit the data to the database by using the triplat-ds updateRecord method.
In newer platforms, you can look into triblock-table as well. I’ve never used it, but you can definitely create custom components inside the cells in order to make displaying data easier.
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We’re testing TRIRIGA Platform 3.5.3 and we noticed a difference in the (project context) “Company/Project” toggle visibility. The users have access to the license “IBM TRIRIGA Workplace Performance Management Projects” and it now displays the toggle option (it didn’t display before). When we remove this license, the toggle disappears. Is this new behavior documented anywhere? I did some research and I couldn’t find anything. Is there a way to remove this option for specific groups?
[Admin: This post is related to the 02.13.17 post about the relationship between project context and security.]
We have an issue from a user where he mentions that “Report filters for dates are not displaying properly”. This issue is happening when the user is using the triCreatedSY field in user filters. I added a date-time field to an existing report and chose the filter of “After”. When I run the report, the filter says “Contains” that also does not work. I entered the date of one of the items in the report and it did not return that item…
The system is providing the filter operator similar to the date fields, but it is not working no matter what date we give or what operator we use. We tried the same for other date fields which ends with “DT” but those work fine. I looked in the field properties of the triCreatedSY field and found the property “Sub Attribute Type = Created DateTime (Number)”. In the TRIRIGA user guide (PDF), I found the following information…
My understanding is if the user wants to use the triCreatedSY field, then we have to add a field “Created DateTime Number” on the BO. Based on the PDF, when I added a field on the BO, no information is getting populated in that field. It looks like there should be a way to map it. Is my understanding correct? Will it be a good solution to apply the changes as mentioned in the user guide? Or can we suggest an alternative to the user?
The triCreatedSY field is actually a timestamp field, so it acts like a string. You’ve started in the right direction by creating a new Created DateTime field, but it needs to be a Field Type = “System Read Only” and the Sub Attribute Type = “Created DateTime (Number)”. Note that previously created records will not have this field populated.
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I am a TRIRIGA user and my building has 50 floors. I have to export each floor graphic as a PDF. Is there a way to export all graphic layers in TRIRIGA at once?
In TRIRIGA, on the Graphics tab, use the “Menu”, select the check boxes of all of the layers you want to display, then use “Export to PDF” or “Print to PDF”.
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I encountered a bug with classification (CL) field types. I have a classification BO with the publish name comprised of (ID – Name). I have a certain number of records where the character length in the Name field is about 150 characters. So the full length of the publish name will be more than 100 characters.
- Problem: I went to a form that references that classification via an associated CL field. After I selected the value, I noticed that the displayed value showed a truncated value that was less than 100 characters. However, when I went to the Association tab of that form, it had the correct association.
- Second Problem: When I imported data via Data Integrator (DI), I made sure that the CL field had the full path which is more than 100 characters. DI gave no errors after import. I opened the record to verify the CL field populated, but the CL field was not updated and left null. I had to manually select the value in the CL field to associate it correctly.
Question: How do I import data with CL fields that have more than 100 characters?
I am not sure how to import data with CL fields that are more than 100 characters, but if you feel you have encountered some bugs, please submit a PMR.
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I am looking for any resource that will provide information on how security for the Document Manager works with Company level views and Project level views. A couple of preliminary questions. (1) Can security group settings control what action displays or not? I cannot seem to get consistent results when changing settings in a particular security group. (2) Next, when the user is in Project level view, how do you control security settings for the Document Manager in this view?
The Document Manager actions are controlled by access given on the Permissions tab of the folder/document. Access can be: View, Modify, Download, Create, or Full Admin access. (Admin users have access to all actions by default.) For the user who creates a document record, all access to the document is given implicitly.
Similarly for the Project container: Only documents of the project for which the user is the author have all access. Access to other documents in the project is controlled by the access given on the Permissions tab of the folder/document.
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We are working on CAD integrator (for AutoCAD) and we are wondering if it is possible to generate labels for spaces (based on label style) on different layers of the floor plan. For example, displaying the name and area on triLabelLayer and space class on triClassLayer. Actually, it seems that all the labels are created on the triLabelLayer. Is it possible to customize to allow multiple layers for labels?
I reviewed this with the developer. It would be a request for enhancement (RFE).
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After a successful load of the TRIRIGA CAD Integrator/Publisher (CI), the menu is not displayed. After enabling the log to C:\ProgramData\IBM\TRIRIGA\CAD Integrator\log\ci.out, the file says: “Could not load resource: Could not find a part of the path…” Why?
In fact, the main issue was that the CAD menu title was not globally activated. When the menu bar is set, the TRIRIGA CAD Integrator menu is now displayed.
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Our workflow sends an outbound message by user action. For the Connector for Business Applications (CBA), the Connector user guide says:
For date values, the outbound query results include the raw values that are stored in the database and the formatted display values that are shown to the user. The displayValue node is added to the query results. The following example shows the default XML structure…
But for us, the outbound message has a different format… The <value> is presented in the same way as <displayValue> which is not acceptable because users may have a different date format. Is there a way to get the proper date value in <value> or use a single <displayValue> format for all users?
In TRIRIGA 10.5.1, if you navigate to Home > Projects, and have the “Projects – Projects Landing Page – Default” portal in place, the primary locations for any projects you have listed in the “My Active Projects” portal section are flagged in the “My Project Locations” portal section.
But in TRIRIGA 10.5.2, this does not happen. No project locations appear with a flag in the “My Project Locations” portal section. There appears to be a problem introduced between 10.5.1 and 10.5.2 due to a reverse association filter being removed.
The “Location – Navigation – GIS – Buildings, Structures, and Retail Locations – Project Manager Query” was configured with an incorrect forward association string, that prevented capital project locations from displaying on a GIS map. Moving forward, the Advanced tab > Geography Module > triCity Business Object association filter had its forward association string updated to “Geography Contains” from “Geography Belongs To”.
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