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Loading large amounts of various Job Plan Tasks into Maximo from .CSV
January 8, 2019
2:55 pm
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So, I am quite new to Maximo, and what research and training videos I have explored have not been as helpful as needed. 

My challenge is this:

I need to devise a .CSV file that will allow the scheduled maintenance tasks for building equipment to be loaded into Maximo with a single import. To be more exact I am looking to create a .CSV that will allow me to put the following for specific equipment.

For Example:

Unit ID: DA-1


For compressor: 1. Check for oil leaks. 2. Check lubricant level. Fill as needed. 3. Drain receiver tank condensate (if automatic draining device is not provided). Open manual drain valve and collect and dispose of condensate accordingly. 4. Check for unusual noise and vibration. 5. Ensure beltguards and covers are securely in place. 6. Ensure enginer (if supplied) is filled with fuela nd lubricant according to manufacturer’s recommendations. 7. Ensure area around compressor is free from rags, tools, debris, and flammable or explosive materials.

Electric drain maintenance: Test the valve for proper operation. Clean the filter screen if needed.


For compressor: 1. Observe operation of safety/relief valves while the compressor is running. Replace safety/relief valves that do not operate freely. 2. Inspect air filter element(s). Clean if necessary.


For compressor: 1. Inspect for air leaks. Squirt soapy water around joints during compressor operation and watch for bubbles. 2. Check tightness of screws and bolts. Tighten as needed. 3. Inspect drive belts. Adjust if necessary. 4. Clean exterior.

Electric drain maintenance: Clean the filter screen.


An example .CSV file would be fantastic. I am hard stuck trying to figure out how to create this.


May 10, 2019
1:58 pm
sun kim
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You might want to look at MxLoader. It allows you to load Job Plan tasks using a Excel type interface.

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