When Maximo 7.6 came out, the yellow background color on required fields was, unfortunately for many users, abandoned. Luckily changing […]
Recommended System Specifications (Non-Clustered Environment) – Maximo 7.6 Hardware is the backbone of any Maximo installation. That’s why understanding what […]
Recommended System Specifications (Clustered Environment) – Maximo 7.6 Deciding on the correct hardware for a clustered Maximo environment can be […]
The concept of EVERYONE group was introduced in Maximo v7. This brought a whole host of functionality changes which are described in detail here. Luckily though, it only brought with it one new configuration option. The ability to change what group is treated as the EVERYONE group. The reasons you would want to do this are fairly limited. They are almost entirely limited to the desire to use the group name EVERYONE for another purpose in Maximo.
The EVERYONE Security Group Explained Updated March 15, 2019 In Maximo, security group configuration is very important and when your […]
What does the Maximo License Usage Monitor Application do? In previous versions of Maximo, it was near impossible to track […]
Can you see two Workflow Designer tabs in Maximo? Something you may have noticed since upgrading past Maximo 220.127.116.11 is […]
Different Skins in IBM Maximo It’s that time again. End of support for another Maximo version. With that comes a […]
This article was originally published in 2018. We still say that Work Management can be a fun and creative experience, […]
If you’re planning to attend a Maximo conference this year, MaximoWorld is the event you can’t miss! Last year, […]
Ontrack provides a library of educational webcasts. In this edition, the professionals at Ontracks Consulting step through the navigational differences between Maximo 7.5 and the newest version Maximo 7.6.
Anyone who has done any development work on Maximo knows that logging into WebSphere and starting, stopping, and redeploying EARs can be very time-consuming, not to mention that “Groundhog Day” feeling that you get from performing the same steps over and over. Scripting these steps is a fairly easy and straightforward task using the Command Assistance Tool included in WebSphere.