Officially, as of February 2020, the TRIRIGA forums on IBM developerWorks were migrated to IBM Support. Here’s the link. You might notice that the URL includes the “TRIRIGA Platform” forum tag. Theoretically, if everything works properly, this tag should allow you to filter for the migrated TRIRIGA forum posts.
Unfortunately, in order to post, the IBM Support Forums require you to request access to a specified product. Although this might be normal behavior for certain Support sites, this isn’t very convenient for a so-called “forum”. I didn’t expect it. Even as an employee of an IBM partner, I don’t have a Customer Number.
In any case, here’s the following request process. Good luck!
- (1) In the upper-right corner of the Support page, open the user menu and select the Support Access option.
- (2) In the Support Access page, click the Request Access button.
- (3) In the Support Access popup, select the specific TRIRIGA Product (required), enter your Customer Number (required), and select the Country where the product is located (strange but required).
- (4) Click the Submit button.
Independently, we already see TRIRIGA forums or groups on social media, like the Facebook group “TRIRIGA Around the World” and Google group “triDeveloper“. But if you’d rather avoid Facebook and Google, I’ve set up an alternative Flarum-based forum called “TRIRIGAFEEDIA Forum“, which includes links to our archived forums from developerWorks. Although this forum is still pretty new and quiet, its light-and-fluid look-and-feel might impress you. Curious about it? I’ll see you there!
[Admin: This post appeared first on TRIRIGAFEEDIA.]
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I’m looking for any information on what third-party tools can be integrated with TRIRIGA, specifically, ERP systems like CGI’s Momentum and other construction-based tools. I’ve looked at the IBM TRIRIGA Compatibility Matrix, but I’m sure the list isn’t as complete as the work that’s been done.
Here are a couple of links that might point you to the right people. In each post, click “Continue reading” to see the original Facebook discussion. From there, the TRIRIGA group members might offer further info. Good luck!
Hi all, can you share your other TRIRIGA support resources? I am not getting the answers I need here to support my customers and support is pretty slow too, i.e. 1-3 months to get an answer. I know the triDeveloper Google group and a couple of more or less active LinkedIn groups, and TRIRIGAFEEDIA, the WordPress hub, which is kind of an aggregator that notifies you through email of new TRIRIGA-related activity from multiple sources. Anything else?
[Admin: This post is related to the 12.11.15 post about finding information on IBM TRIRIGA 3.5.0 and 10.5.0, the 02.15.16 post about finding TRIRIGA help, and the 02.25.14 post about the IBM TRIRIGA Support Resources page. Also, don’t forget about the TRIRIGA Around the World Facebook group.]
Charlie McGarvey: We are part of the “cool kids club” now. IBM listed this group [“TRIRIGA Around the World”] as a place for support on social media during the conference [IBM InterConnect 2016]. Hopefully we’ll get more members!
Tracy Jefferson: IBM mentioned “TRIRIGA Around the World” on Facebook as a go-to social media site for #TRIRIGA help. Great job members!
[Admin: This post is related to the 01.13.15 post about sharing “TRIRIGA Around the World”.]
It’s been almost exactly four years since TRIRIGA was bought by IBM. It’s taken awhile but the product has become truly global and is expanding more every day. In the Middle East and Africa (MEA), we have activity in countries including South Africa, Kenya, Morocco, Egypt, Oman, Saudi Arabia, the UAE, Kuwait, Bahrain, Qatar, Turkey, Lebanon, and Pakistan. We still have a lot of work to do, but TRIRIGA is moving forward!
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[Updated 04.30.15 to add the Great Lakes Users Group]
[Updated 04.16.15 to add the Asset & FM Global Group]
Although a few of these links might be old, here’s a list of TRIRIGA user groups that might spark some FM or IWMS ideas or even inspire you to start your own TRIRIGA user group. Because why not?