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Steps for gaining access to the IDR data warehouse, additional data security (if needed), and the Cognos Analytics service.
Direct access to the ODS database for advanced analytics is provided on a limited basis to a small number of key personnel in academic and administrative units as well as analysts within the Office of Institutional Research. This access, when provided, will be based on a verified need to perform advanced ad hoc data analysis which can’t be met by predefined data models and tools available through the Integrated Data and Reporting (IDR) Cognos application.
University of Oregon units may want to maintain their own IDR Cognos Departmental Folders in which to keep reports they have developed for internal use. In addition, within the departmental folder, they may want to create additional folders to organize and manage access to the reports.
This describes the method for accessing the report specification XML and copying it to the clipboard, or opening a new report from previously copied XML.
The Advanced Report Writers across campus can be utilized as experts in their functional areas, as well as for report writing assistance.
For authorized Cognos departmental folder delegates. The following guide walks through the process of creating sub-folders and granting permissions.
Training for the use of IDR Cognos is available through the MyTrack talent management system, https://uomytrack.pageuppeople.com/Dock.aspx. We also offer an open lab for drop-in assistance of IDR Cognos use and report writing.
Instructions on how to create a report schedule in Cognos Analytics 11.
For users of the decommissioned legacy Student Data Warehouse, the following guide was developed to assist with transitioning their reporting to IDR. It provides suggested reports or packages in IDR that are the equivalent to what was found in the SDW.
A listing of UO Enterprise Reports offered through the IDR Cognos service.
This training is intended for UO employees who wish to contribute to university knowledge creation by designing and developing reports with greater complexity, or to work on enterprise level reports.
Advanced Report Writer Role and Process
The following article describes how to save a version of a Cognos Analytics 11 report and then view or download that report at any time. It can be beneficial to create a report version in Cognos Analytics 11 if the report takes a long time to run and creates a large data set that is too big to send via emal (10MB or larger), or saving multiple versions of a report can be used as a point-in-time file for trend reporting.
This KB article will provide instructions on viewing and modifying report schedules in Cognos Analytics 11.
This KB article will provide instructions on running a report in Cognos Analytics 11.