BIRT 2.3.2 for Maximo 7

IBM has released BIRT 2.3.2 along with the Maximo Base Services Fix Pack.  So if you have any custom reports that were developed prior to version, then you will need to read up on configuring BIRT Designer 2.3.2 and upgrading to BIRT 2.3.2.

Here is a summary of the new features in BIRT 2.3.2:

  • Based on Eclipse 3.4.2
  • Improved debug and error checking with the Script Editor
  • BIRT Designer 2.3.2 is based on Eclipse 3.4.2 which enables improved system resources
  • Enhanced graph capabilities are enabled thru its use of a new charting package. Over thirteen major chart types and multiple subtypes are enabled including bar, line, area, pie, meter, scatter, stock, bubble, difference, Gantt, tube, cone and pyramid charts
  • Export reports to Excel, PPT, Word, PostScript, PDF
  • Bidirectional Text (BiDi) Support
  • Expanded toolbars: Table of Contents, Print Report, Export Data, Export Report

You can go ahead and download BIRT 2.3.2 and enjoy the new charting capabilities. [IBM Support – BIRT Download]

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4 thoughts on “BIRT 2.3.2 for Maximo 7

  1. Hi. I am finding that maximo throws a pick list parm into the where clause before the code ever gets to Birt’s open method. this can cause problems, when I really don’t want the code in the where clause. turning off the checkbox ‘use where clause’ doesn’t help. Anyone have any ideas on how to turn this behavoir off? (I’m using Maximo and BIRT 2.3.2

    1. Try checking your where parameter in BIRT designer, maybe you have set the default value. If you don’t want to use the where parameter at all in your SQL, just remove the where parameter from the dataset’s open method.

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