Friday Oct 22, 2010

Dynamic Lists and Object Lists

Agile has had object lists for a while. What are object lists? These are out-of-the-box lists (any list with a description starting with 'ALL') that points to objects in the system - Changes, Customers, Declarations, Discussions, Items, Programs,.. you get the idea! These lists are called object lists for a reason, they only yield object numbers as results or list entries. Object lists are non-customizable and they just work magically! Our customers have always asked us to provide something to help them customize the out-of-the-box object lists. For instance, look at scenario where you want to have a user list on Items where the users are Product Managers. Prior to 9.3.1 release you will have to maintain a list by manually adding and removing entries. What did we do to solve the problem? Read More..[Read More]

Friday Dec 04, 2009

Fusion Middleware Best Practice Center for Agile Launched

Visit Agile Fusion Middleware Best Practice Center to learn about 'Best Practices' to extend Agile PLM application leveraging Oracle Fusion Middleware (OFM) . This website provides tips and techniques geared for Agile and OFM Developers to help them start creating innovative SOA (Service-Oriented Architecture) solutions with Agile PLM applications. Experts from Agile Development, Consulting, Product Management and leading System Integrators and customer representatives will walk you through the tutorials, articles, and blogs.
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Friday Sep 04, 2009

Agile 9.3 Gets Graphical with Thumbnails

Agile 9.3 now allows the capability to include graphical thumbnails in the user interface. Thumbnails improve the ability to locate and re-use data in PLM, based on visual recognition of data. While many systems provide thumbnails in the UI, what is particularly exciting about Agile's capability is that we leverage the capabilities of Oracle AutoVue to automatically generate the thumbnail images from many common file types including CAD. [Read More]

Tuesday Aug 25, 2009

Dashboard Chart Color Management

I have been asked by several customers about managing colors in charts and graphs in the PLM Dashboard. This issue came up recently as well, and I am taking this opportunity to make this information widely available via our PLM blog. There are two primary issues that customers normally have regarding this. The first one is maintaining general consistency between dashboard charts across tabs i.e. all solid colors v/s matted v/s borders etc. The second issue is more important in my mind and relates to having a consistent color representation for the same status across all tabs and charts so as to not confuse users. e.g. all Change Orders in 'Released' status should be displayed in Green across all tabs.

This blog post addresses both issues and should provide customers and consultants with some good tips on managing colors in the PLM Dashboard.

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