COGNOS DECISIONSTREAM PDF

You can use IBM Cognos Framework Manager to import metadata from an XML file created by IBM Cognos DecisionStream or IBM Cognos Data Manager. Below are the environments supported by Cognos DecisionStream MR4. They are listed as either active or compatible. Environments denoted as active are. UDA-SQL error with SAP R/3 Connector and Data Manager, DM Started by skcca2. 1 Replies Views, Last post 19 Nov am.

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Importing metadata from IBM Cognos DecisionStream or IBM Cognos Data Manager

Attribute name Framework Manager mapping Table name Name of the database cognls subject on which the model query representing the fact is cognow Short name Query subject description Business name Custom property Description Query subject description Column name Query item name Decisionstrdam type Query item data type Column length Query item size Column short name Custom property Column business name Custom property Column description Query item description Column type Query item usage Table keys Determinants in the Physical Metadata namespace.

The shortcuts are organized as star schema groupings, which are namespaces with the same name as the stars from the import file. Imported tables become Framework Manager query subjects, and surrogate keys become Framework Manager determinants. The following fact attributes are included in the model. This layer contains shortcuts to the regular and measure dimensions in the Dimension namespace.

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The scope relationships are inferred from the relationships defined in the import file. This layer contains data source query subjects representing the imported tables. A decislonstream containing hierarchies, levels, and columns maps to a Framework Manager regular dimension containing hierarchies, levels, and query items.

You must manually create the connection in IBM Cognos Administration as explained in the import procedure steps. Hierarchies in the regular dimension representing the DecisionStream dimensions.

These physical relationships are inferred from the relationships defined in the import file.

Attribute name Framework Manager mapping Cogno short name The name of the namespace representing the star Star business name The name of the measure dimension representing the fact Star description The description of the measure dimension representing the fact Facts Shortcuts to a measure dimension Dimensions Shortcuts to regular dimensions Hierarchies Hierarchies in the regular dimension representing the DecisionStream dimensions.

Attribute name Framework Manager mapping Connection short name Custom property Connection business name Data source name Connection description Data source description Decisionsgream type. It contains shortcuts referencing the dimensions. This layer contains regular dimensions, measure dimensions, and scope relationships.

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The decisionstreaam of the namespace representing the top-level model object. The physical layer contains query subjects and physical relationships between query subjects. Attribute name Framework Manager mapping Schema version Not mapped Catalog version Custom property Model short name The name of the namespace representing the top-level model object Model business name Custom property Model description The description of the namespace representing the top-level model object.

The regular dimensions may be conformed or non-conformed. Name of the database query subject on which the model query representing the fact is based.

The measure dimension objects correspond to the imported stars. A star maps to a Framework Manager query subject in the Physical Metadata namespace or as a measure dimension in the Dimensions namespace.

Conformed stars map to a Framework Manager namespace that resides in the Business View namespace.

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