How do you access documents in TRIRIGA Document Manager via URL?

Can I access a document stored in the IBM TRIRIGA database via a URL address? I need to get some documents out of a valid IBM TRIRIGA session.

The IBM TRIRIGA platform stores documents in binary large object (BLOB) fields. They are not available in typical operating-system folder or directory structures. To access these documents, you need to login to IBM TRIRIGA and open the Document Manager. There is no direct URL to get into the BLOB field. The document is stored in a way that it cannot be read from a regular browser. You need to use Document Manager to read the documents stored in these BLOB fields. Some forms may have links to Document Manager that load specific documents from BLOB fields.

If the company uses an ECM that supports CMIS, such as Documentum or IBM FileNet Content Manager, you can enable the CMIS in the TRIRIGA Application Platform so that files and folders can be managed by using the TRIRIGA Document Manager and then stored in the ECM. You enable CMIS by setting the CMIS properties in the file, either on the server or in the IBM TRIRIGA Administrator Console. You must restart the server for the changes to the file to take effect. After CMIS is enabled, the ECM administrator can proceed to configure the ECM settings as necessary…

[Admin: This post is related to the 12.02.16 post about integrating with CMIS or ECM solutions, the 06.09.16 post about using an ECM solution instead of Document Manager, and the 04.13.16 post about uploading 6500 locations with several attachments each.]

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Why is classification hierarchy corrupted after daily cleanup?

When you attempt to open the classification hierarchy, an error message is displayed in the hierarchy pane, and you cannot do anything at that point.

We modified the “Clause Type” classification hierarchy using the Cut/Paste and Delete actions in the hierarchy pane of the classification hierarchy view/window. These actions were successful and we saw no immediate issue. However, after the cleanup ran over the weekend, we started getting the error message that the hierarchy encountered an error trying to build itself.

The resolution to the issue was to add the “Classification” value to the option for REBUILD_HIERARCHIES_ON_CACHE_REFRESH.

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What is the TASK_RESULT_LIST table and CLEAN_TIMEOUT property?

In one of our production instances, we have a table called TASK_RESULT_LIST containing almost one billion rows. What is the intent of that table and is there someway we can clean it up?

Anyway, when the Cleanup Agent runs, it is stopped with an Agent Interrupt Exception after 120 minutes (as per CLEAN_TIMEOUT in Though, it seems the Cleanup Agent doesn’t start the next day when that happens (or any following day until the process server is restarted). Is there some flag saying that the agent is already running and that flag is not getting reset when the agent is stopped due to hitting the CLEAN_TIMEOUT?

That TASK_RESULT_LIST is used to record workflow step instances. It is not safe to directly modify the table. The Cleanup Agent (a.k.a. Platform Maintenance Agent) is supposed to keep this table clean. Check the following…

To help work around this, I would set the CLEAN_TIMEOUT property to 300. This will allow the Platform Maintenance Agent to run for a longer amount of time and clean up more records. The reason the table got so large, is that you had workflow instance recording on. Our recommendation is that workflow instance recording is never run in production, or for long periods of time. It is also not safe to truncate that table, as user action and approval tasks would be deleted and would no longer process. We also increased the default value of CLEAN_TIMEOUT to 300 in our next release…

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IV93757: Scheduled events not being removed from T_SCHEDULEDEVENTS

Scheduled events are not being removed by the Cleanup Agent from the table T_SCHEDULEDEVENTS after the scheduled events are completed. This causes this table to grow immensely, especially for companies that use recurrence events in their calendar. Identifying the records can be done via SQL…

The deletion of these records are currently not automated by the Cleanup Agent.

Moving forward, the completed scheduled events older than the value specified in the property CLEANUP_AGENT_SCHEDULED_EVENT_COMPLETE_DAYS will
now be marked for deletion.

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IV93585: Query buttons change to links when using “Group By”

If you run a report that has a Group By, the server settings to display button links will be ignored and display the OK-Export-Cancel as text links. The text is too small to read for some users on the environment.

We needed to be able to update the styles to action buttons. Action buttons in Group By queries will now honor the setting for SYSTEM_ACTION_STYLE.

[Admin: The same article is also posted in the IBM Support Portal as a technote.]

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