This document describes the issues that are resolved in IBM® Maximo® for Nuclear Power version 7.5.1.
The following table identifies the issues, and the corresponding APARs, that are resolved in Maximo for Nuclear Power version 7.5.1.
||After you initiate a workflow process for a permit record, all fields in the permit record are disabled and all values are removed.|
|IV18029||12-11591||Permits (Nuc)||If the status of a permit record is changed by a workflow process, and you then try to display the permit in the Permits (Nuc) application, the following message is returned: "BMXAA7835W - You cannot view this record because of security restrictions or because the record no longer exists."|
|IV19075||12-11963||Work Order Tracking (Nuc)||When you try to retrieve work orders using the REST API, the following message is returned instead of the requested work order information: "BMXAA0031E - Object WORKORDER is read only. Check business rules of MBO or MBOSET object."|
|IV19971||12-12371||Job Plans (Nuc)||You can revise a job plan in the Job Plans (Nuc) application even though job plan revision control is turned off in the Organizations (Nuc) application.|
|IV13126||12-10221||Work Order Tracking (Nuc)||Performance is slow when you process work orders that contain many tasks or child records.|
|IV07646||11-15904||Work Order Tracking (Nuc)||After viewing a work order, the following message is returned even though you have made no changes: "BMXAA2300I - Do you want to save your changes before continuing?"|
|IV14239||12-10464||Clearances (Nuc)||In a clearance record, instead of defining a shared tag, you are allowed to add a second tag for the same location and application or restoration position.|
|n/a||11-15664||Clearances (Nuc)||In an environment that includes a large number of assets and locations, performance is slow when you process large numbers of tags on a single clearance.|
|n/a||12-10209||Clearances (Nuc)||Performance is slow when SRO approvals are automatically executed in a clearance that contains a large number of tags.|