BiLog: Questioning that Kick...And your Cognos Report Questions
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Many sleepless nights are in Billy Cundiff’s future. Billy will surely lay awake questioning each aspect of his missed 32 yard field goal in the Baltimore Ravens loss to the New England Patriots in the AFC Championship Game. These same sleepless nights also haunted the fabulous Buffalo Bill’s Scott Norwood twelve years ago as missed his 47 yard field goal in Super Bowl XXV – causing a 1 point loss to the NY Giants.
This leads to multiple ironies and analogies…as those same NY Giants are celebrating their unexpected win over the San Francisco 49ers…based on a successful 31 yard field goal kick by Lawrence Tynes.
So, while Billy and Scott will undoubtedly continue to question their kicks for years to come, we don’t want you to have Maximo Cognos reporting questions keeping you awake at night. To prevent this from occurring, new wiki pages of your most recent Cognos Reporting FAQs are now available. These questions on Entitlement, Integration, Meta Data, Products and Releases, includeHow is the V7 Cognos Integration Licensed?
What Cognos Products are enabled with the integration?
Is one Cognos Model generated for all of Version 7?
Can I extend a V7 Cognos Package?
What is a Cognos Namespace and why do you need it?
To find the answers to these and more, check out these Maximo Cognos FAQ pages below
1. Cognos Entitlement, TCR and Version FAQs here
2. Cognos Metadata FAQs here
3. Cognos Product FAQs here
Check out this dynamic list of questions to get the latest information on the Maximo-Cognos Integration. As noted in last week’s BiLog, I’ll continue to post additional information on the all the V7 report integration options available to you throughout the year.
Finally, be sure to check out Maximo Mary’s blog. Maximo Mary talks not only about the rivalry between the Patriots and the Ravens - but also about a key feature they have in common – which is they both use our own Maximo product. How cool is that?