Maximo Autodesk Viewer Plugin

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Maximo Autodesk Viewer Plugin 

Tue September 22, 2020 03:48 PM

Maximo Autodesk Viewer Plug-in provides support for utilizing the Autodesk APS (formally Forge) Viewer in Maximo

It is most easily utilized in conjunction with COBie data that is imported in the BIM Projects application. The Autodesk Viewer integration provides visualization of Building Information Model (BIM) data in the context of the Maximo Assets, Locations, and Work Order Tracking applications. In this context, it provides the following features: Forge Service Administration
    •    A UI for administering the Autodesk APS service as used by Maximo including:
    •    Managing storage containers (Autodesk Buckets)
    •    Uploading models to the Autodesk APS service
    •    Linking multi-part models
    •    Translating models into viewable formats

Autodesk Viewer features that are exposed in the Viewer toolbar include: Full 3D navigation
    •    Basic search
    •    Model properties
    •    Model tree
    •    Sectioning of a model
    •    Model walk through
    •    Save and restore views

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This download has been prepared and reviewed by IBM. It is offered "AS IS" to existing customers. Support is not provided for this download.  Append a comment to provide feedback and questions.


Maximo™: or higher
The Autodesk viewer (formally Forge) is also known as the Large Model Viewer (LMV)/View and Data API. The Autodesk viewer is a cloud-based viewer. To utilize the viewer in Maximo a subscription from Autodesk is required. The Forge viewer requires a browser that supports WebGL. Tested browsers include: Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome. 



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6 days ago

Thank you very much, this is the information that I was missing to configure BIM in manage, I have a question about the documentation in point 1.2 - 5 5. In the Customization section of the configuration window, specify the URL for the BIM archive file. 
How can I get that url, should I upload the file somewhere in openshift?

thanks again

Mon February 19, 2024 10:07 AM

Could you set the archive here?