Where can you find information about IBM TRIRIGA 3.5.2 and 10.5.2?


Where is the information regarding IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform 3.5.2 and IBM TRIRIGA 10.5.2 features, installation, and more?

[Admin: This post is related to the 06.13.16 post about finding 3.5.1 and 10.5.1 information, the 12.11.15 post about finding 3.5.0 and 10.5.0 information, and the 10.01.15 post about finding 3.4.2 and 10.4.2 information. To see other related posts, search “where is the latest“ or “where can you find“.]

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How do you get started with TRIRIGA Portfolio data?


When starting as a new user or working with a new copy of the application, there are some dependencies within the application that need to be satisfied if you want to do anything more than create a user record. In short, a newly created application has a good bit of data in it, but you will need to add more to begin using all aspects of it.

  • Do you want to add a Location? You’ll need a Geography to assign to it.
  • Do you want to add an Organization? You’ll need a Primary Location.
  • Do you want to add People? You’ll want a Primary Location and Organization

The best place to start is in the Portfolio menu. Geographies, Locations, Organizations, and People form the basic building blocks for adding record data.

  • 1. Geography. For Geographies, It’s helpful to add at least two complete branches, one in North America and one for Europe. A basic scenario would begin with World Regions for North America and Europe and continue to City level for each branch. This allows for flexibility in scenarios involving multiple time zones, moves and other time and place based events.
  • 2. Locations. For Locations, in following the North America/Europe theme, it is sufficient to create two complete Location branches, much like Geography. As above, create complete branches beginning with Property and working all the way down to at least one Space record for each branch. This allows for flexibility in Space area calculation, Moves, and can also be used for Requests.
  • 3. Organization. There is not typically a need for as complex a structure for Organization. It is certainly possible and some scenarios will likely require it. But for basic testing purposes, a single My Company record, and a single External Company will be sufficient.
  • 4. People. As with the Organization structure, the users needs will dictate what should be created. Two users for the My Company record, and two users for the External Company will allow for basic testing. Remember that unlike the other records mentioned here, People have dependencies for Licenses and Security…

[Admin: This post is related to the 03.28.14 post about the Getting Started videos, and the 12.11.15 post about the TRIRIGA process flow diagrams.]

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Where can you find information about IBM TRIRIGA 3.5.1 and 10.5.1?


Where is the information regarding IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform 3.5.1 and IBM TRIRIGA 10.5.1 features, installation, and more?

[Admin: This post is related to the 12.11.15 post about finding 3.5.0 and 10.5.0 information, and the 10.01.15 post about finding 3.4.2 and 10.4.2 information. To see other related posts, search “where is the latest“ or “where can you find“.]

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Where can you find information about IBM TRIRIGA 3.5.0 and 10.5.0?


Where is the information regarding IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform 3.5.0 and IBM TRIRIGA 10.5.0 features, installation, and more?

[Admin: This post is related to the 12.04.15 post about applying the 3.5.0 skin. To see other related posts, search “where is the latest“ or “where can you find“.]

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What is the IBM TRIRIGA UX Framework?


The IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform introduces an MVC-based UX framework for Polymer-based applications. The model-view-controller (MVC) approach separates the application into three components or layers: the model, view, and controller. The view layer is built upon the Polymer library of reusable web components. With a modular and flexible architecture, the UX framework enables organizations to more easily meet business requirements with an intuitive user interface, compatibility with touch interfaces, and improved performance.

1. Getting familiar with the IBM TRIRIGA UX framework

2. Building your own applications in the IBM TRIRIGA UX framework

  • UX Articles: Learn about the key concepts, basic app-building process, and new tools in the UX framework. PDF format.
  • UX Perceptive Apps: Learn about the advanced type of UX application that is delivered exclusively by our IBM TRIRIGA software team.
  • UX Videos: Learn about the key concepts, basic app-building process, and new tools in the UX framework. YouTube format.
  • UX Lessons: Learn about the key concepts, basic app-building process, and new tools in the UX framework. eLearning format.
  • WebViewSync: Populate the HTML files and automatically sync your HTML changes in your TRIRIGA environment.

3. Looking for help or advice with the IBM TRIRIGA UX framework

  • UX Tips & Tricks: Learn about creative ways to use the UX framework and make the most of your UX applications.
  • UX Forum: Feel free to ask any questions about the UX framework. Our new forum is open for business.

[Admin: This post is related to the 08.15.15 post and 08.01.15 post about Shift. “Shift” was renamed “UX Framework” on the platform side, while “Perceptive” refers to TRIRIGA-built UX apps on the application side. This post is also related to the UX ArticlesUX Videos, and UX Lessons blog pages.]

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Where can you find information about IBM TRIRIGA 3.4.2 and 10.4.2?


Where is the information regarding IBM TRIRIGA Application Platform 3.4.2 and IBM TRIRIGA 10.4.2 features, installation, and upgrade?

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