I have a question that has bothered me for a while. I needed to attach a floor plan to Building A, but by mistake, I attached it to Building B. I noticed the mistake, detached the floor plan from Building B, and attached it correctly to Building A.
However, in TRIRIGA, Building B is still showing the floor plan. I don’t know how to delete it. Building B should have no floor plan, and it should show “no graphics available”. How can I make Building B correct?
Vote for this request for enhancement (RFE) to improve room search, so the user doesn’t get such a poor experience when booking a room that has a setup or breakdown time.
Kindly vote for the two RFEs below and forward these to anyone else of TRIRIGA persuasion! These are very much required for our project. To vote for this, you need to have a IBM ID.
I just submitted a request for enhancement (RFE) concerning the above subject and I would appreciate any feedback as if the scenario is clear or if there are other ways to accomplish that.
Notification by Role in Schedule Tasks Template (RFE ID 94613).
I have created the following request for enhancement (RFE) to address adding the functionality to directly support AEC Objects in CAD Integrator. The Architectural version of AutoCAD does support exporting these AEC Objects as blocks into a DXF format. If AutoCAD provides an API that performs the same export function as their DXFOUT command in the Architectural version of AutoCAD, then vote for this RFE so that the TRIRIGA development team can consider using that API in a later release of CAD Integrator.
Support of AEC Objects in CI for AutoCAD (RFE ID 94102).
Workflows allow the use of notification content records without the need for a notification requirement record. Unfortunately, it is difficult to find where these notification content records are referenced, making it difficult to determine what may be sending them in error if the customized development is not well documented. Even in the case of as-delivered notification content, it can be difficult to find where they are used.
For example, TRIRIGA003 is a notification content record that notifies an individual of an assignment via email. If you do not want users to get these emails, you have to hunt down the workflow where the notification content record is referenced, and determine whether or not to create a customized version of the workflow and retire the original.
I have created a request for enhancement (RFE) for this functionality: Where Used for Notification Content Records (RFE ID 94293).
With the changes that have been made with regards to accessibility, a question arises regarding the level of compliance that the TRIRIGA application has with regards to the Web Content Accessibility Guideline 2.0 (WCAG 2.0). In particular, we have a customer interested in any official document indicating that the application complies with the following:
- Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0 Level A and AA Success Criteria (“WCAG 2.0 AA”).
- WCAG 2.0 is also codified as ISO/IEC 40500:2012. Here’s an overview of WCAG.
If the TRIRIGA application complies with these requirements, it would be beneficial if this was formally indicated in both the documentation as well as a logo being added to the initial login screen and/or the area where the accessibility for an individual can be set. If need be, I can create a request for enhancement (RFE) for this information to be included in future releases.
[Admin: This post is related to the 08.23.16 post about whether the TRIRIGA 3.5.1 style sheet meets Section 508 contrast compliance.]