Maximo Spacial: Customizing Highlight Styles

Customizing Maximo Spatial Highlight Styles

This article describes how to customize the symbology (icons and colors) used on map to highlight features inside Maximo Spatial map. This customization is available in Maximo Spatial releases 7.1.1.0 and 7.1.1.1.

Spatial map highlight overview

When any feature is added to the Maximo Spatial Results widget it is highlighted on the map. This highlight is based on its associated Maximo type and feature shape. For example a point feature that is not linked to any Maximo record is represented on the map by a gray push pin, for a line feature linked to a Maximo Asset object it is a green line highlight (see all colors/mapping in the in the following sections). Continue reading

Adding spatial maps to Maximo applications

Author: Rodrigo Dombrowski, Maximo Product Designer & Architect

Beginning with Maximo Spatial 7.5.0.1, it is possible to customize any Maximo entity and Maximo application to include a map tab and to associate records with GIS records.

Some customization is required to implement this function, but no Java coding is required for the basic functionality. Database configuration and applications changes are required. These changes can be made using the Database Configuration application and Application Designer application. Continue reading

Maximo Spacial Overview

Author: Rodrigo Dombrowski, Maximo Product Designer & Architect

This article describes an overview about Maximo Spatial Asset Management configuration to exposing feature classes in Maximo for use when linking Maximo Asset Management with GIS records and also for editing GIS records.

This the most standard Maximo Spatial Asset Management configuration, where the geodatabase is in a database instance different than Maximo database and there is one ArcGIS Server instance.

With this setup Maximo accesses the feature classes through standard DBMS architecture (DbLink on Oracle for example) when linking or editing data. All GIS data visualization is done through ArcGIS services using the ESRI REST interface.

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