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Creating Maximo Calendars (v6.2) - Public

Creating Maximo Calendars (v6.2) - Public

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Creating Maximo Calendars (v6.2)
This documentation will guide you in creating a business calendar and an SLA that uses that calendar within Maximo.In order to have an SLA work on a business calendar as opposed to a 7 day calendar, we must first create anew calendar object. To do so, select the ‘Administration’ category on the ‘Go To’ menu and then selectthe ‘Calendars’ sub-option:To create a new calendar to work with, click on the ‘New Calendar’ icon, displayed below:Give the calendar a name, description, start date, end date and select the organization that the calendar willapply to:1
Creating Maximo Calendars (v6.2)
 Next, select the ‘Define/Apply Shifts’ option from the ‘Select Action Menu:Click the ‘New Row’ button and the following options will be displayed:2
Creating Maximo Calendars (v6.2)
Give the shift a name, and description. For most situations we will need to have a calendar that operates inmultiples of seven that starts on Sunday. In the ‘Start Day’ textbox, type ‘Sunday’ and in the ‘Days inPattern’ textbox, type 7. The organization should be filled in, but if not, select the organization that your shift will be applicable to. Once you are done, click the ‘Define Pattern’ button: Now, you will set up the hours that the department operates during the course of a given day. In theinstance shown above, since we picked Sunday as the starting day, Pattern day 01 would be consideredSunday. Because of this, we will leave all of the columns blank to indicate that there is no working shiftsfor Sunday. Pattern day 02 would be considered Monday. Here we will enter the hours of the day that RFITaccepts service requests. Do the same thing for Pattern day 03 to Pattern day 06, leaving Pattern day 07(Saturday) blank as well. This will create a Monday through Friday shift that starts at 6:00AM and ends at11:00AM. Once you are finished, click the OK button. Next, click on the checkbox to the left of the name of the new shift that you created and click the ‘ApplyShift(s)’ button:3

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