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MXCORE Configuration

Scripts that run during installation set default values for some Maintenix parameters, packages, tasks, and user groups. Additional configuration values are automatically set during installation for components used with Maintenix. For information, see configuration topics for each component.

Configuration parameters set in Maintenix UTL_CONFIG_PARM table:

Name Component Description Default
IFS_CODEPLOYED_SCHEMA_ENABLED MXCORE Identifies to Maintenix whether the Maintenix and IFSApps schemas are co-deployed on same database server. When set to true, then at server start up, IFS sync database triggers and work items are enabled. FALSE, but set to TRUE by scripts that run during installation
IFS_CODEPLOYED_SCHEMA_NAME MXCORE Represents the IFS Apps schema name provided during installation. IFSAPP (must be updated if a different name is used)
IFS_CODEPLOYED_ENTITY_SYNC_MODE MXCORE Indicates how the co-deployed IFS Apps schema will sync entities with the Maintenix schema. Async mode or sync mode. If the mode in SYNC, the synchronization will happen in real-time and if the mode is ASYNC, Work Items will be created. ASYNC
(ASYNC is recommended mode)
ENFORCE_SIGNATURES MXCORE Used in Maintenix to turn on or turn off the "Password Authorization" window for all actions that are configured to prompt users for passwords. By default this parameter is enabled in Maintenix but it must be set to FALSE when Maintenix and IFSApps are co-deployed. TRUE, but set to FALSE by scripts that run during installation.

Configuration parameters set in IFS Cloud Web / Manage Mx Config / Apps-Mtx Config

Name Component Description Default
MaintenixConnected MXCORE Identifies to IFSApps whether the Maintenix and IFSApps schemas are co-deployed on same database server. FALSE, but set to TRUE by scripts that run during installation
MxSchemaName MXCORE Represents the Maintenix schema name provided during installation. MAINTENIX (must be updated if a different name is used)

The following IFSApps API packages are used by Maintenix. During installation, database execution grants are applied to the API packages. The grants enable procedures in the Maintenix schema to directly invoke functions and procedures within the packages.

You can set or reset the grants in IFS Cloud Web / Manage Mx Config / Apps-Mtx Ifs Packages. See Apply Database Execution Grants to API Packages.

Package Name Used with component
Aircraft_API MXCORE
Client_SYS MXCORE
Mx_Data_Sync_Util_API MXCORE, Disconnected Operations
Av_Workflow_API Disconnected Operations
Av_File_API Disconnected Operations