Blogs about all technical and functional aspects of Maximo system.
Now that we have created and configured our VM, it is time to install the database software. We will then create an empty Maximo database which will be used later on for the Maximo installation. Alternatively, you can simply install the DB2 database which comes together with the Maximo software.
In this blog we will discuss how to create and setup a Maximo 7.6 Development VM.
You have several possible choices for both the VM software and VM guest OS and we will cover installation and setup of a Windows Server 2012 R2 OS which is hosted on a VMWare Player VM software.
If you like to shorten your table names for whatever reason (for example select * from inventory inv) and you are creating a report which absolutely must use the standard Maximo parameter (params["where"]) you will notice problems, as the standard Maximo parameter addresses all tables by their full name.
If you are affected by WebSphere session time-out, for example when deploying Maximo ear files, the following article will tell you how to extend the session expiration time.
First you need to create a JACL script. (JACL is one of the scripting languages you can use with WebSphere. ) Copy the following script into a file.
After you have deployed your Maximo enterprise service as a web service, you may need to obtain wsdl and xsd files.
For testing purposes and/or in production environment it may be required to change application session timeout value.
Sometimes it could be handy to have an easy access to frequently used applications.