There has been a running debate on how to define a “real” mobility solution for IBM TRIRIGA – do we depend on a UI/UX framework or on commercially available solutions?
A UI/UX solution is a good platform solution that serves as an extension of the desktop TRIRIGA solution, but definitely has its limitations particularly for offline capabilities and keeping development costs in check. Mobility solutions need to operate offline and to leverage the native capabilities of the mobile device and platform. Based on our interaction with a variety of customers, we found some key challenges in evaluating the IBM mobility technology options…
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Having executed multiple IBM TRIRIGA implementations, ValuD knows and anticipated the issues faced by customers. Given our in-depth expertise, ValuD designed a mobility solution solely for IBM TRIRIGA.
ValuD’s IBM TRIRIGA mobility solution – MobilD – was developed on true MADP (Mobile Application Development Platform) called Xamarin, an open source platform for developing MobilD. Microsoft acquired Xamarin recently and they made the entire development toolkit free to increase the market penetration. Xamarin, a widely known MADP, has thousands of application developer networks that can help organizations acquire the necessary skills for future development or management.
Another key factor is the choice of middleware solution; most current vendors use a “proprietary” middleware solution that needs a footprint on one of the TRIRIGA servers. MobilD’s middleware choice is Microsoft Azure which is a hosted solution and does not need any footprint on TRIRIGA servers and can also work with your SaaS solution or on-premise solutions…
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How do you create a drop-down from a data source query and get the selection as the input? I was trying to create a drop-down box, which should retrieve and display all of the users of TRIRIGA in a list. But I found no solutions for this. Can someone help me with how to retrieve all of the users?
[Admin: This post is related to the 09.07.16 post about adding a data source field using a CHILD_DATASOURCE query. To see other related posts, use the Data Source tag.]
We did some customizations on the Space Assessment and Space Management apps in TRIRIGA 10.5.2/18.104.22.168. I made the changes on the non-vulcanized version of Space Assessment and Space Management. I want to vulcanize the code after the modifications. Can you provide the steps and command to vulcanize them?
Basically, I ran into the following error when I type in the “tri-vulcanize” command. But I already installed tri-vulcanize. Do you know the root cause for this error?
'tri-vulcanize' is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file.
Take a look at the following links:
That error occurs when the “npm install tri-vulcanize -g” command has failed. Did you include the -g option when running the install?
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I made a new space assessment for a floor that we no longer occupy. But I need to delete that assessment and can’t find a way to do so. Does anyone know how to delete an incomplete assessment?
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We are looking for an approach to the above issue which will keep the page alive. We have tried alternatives such as explicitly calling a data source. And we are looking at handling session cookies.
The UX app can make sure it does not time out by making a call to a specific end-point. You can make an Ajax call to the following URL, which will update the last access time and keep the session alive:
[Admin: This post is related to the 05.08.17 post about keeping the UX app session alive and connected. To see other related posts, use the Timeout tag.]
I have created a UX app in TRIRIGA, and I’m routing a page, but it’s giving me an error while loading the routed page. It’s showing an undefined data source. I have created the data source in TRIRIGA, but I’m still getting the following error:
I would like to know if it is possible to use a UX login template, created as a UX view and accessed with the WebViewSync.jar, as the ALTERNATE_INDEX_HTML. Currently, I have this configuration in the TRIRIGAWEB.properties:
- ALTERNATE_UX_LOGIN_VIEW: cstMeetingRoomsManagerViewAutoLogin
I would like to use the same login page in both places, accessing classic TRIRIGA normally, and also accessing a UX application. Can I set something like this?
- ALTERNATE_INDEX_HTML: cst-meeting-rooms-manager-autologin.html
- ALTERNATE_RESOURCE_DIRECTORY: /root/tririga/p/web
Currently, TRIRIGA does not support using a UX login view as the ALTERNATE_INDEX_HTML. That’s because of the dependency from UX views to Polymer libraries and UX components.
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