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1 SASHULL commented Permalink

So I have to ask... is this possible in TCR 3.1 (which is based on 10.1 of Cognos) and are there any plans to update TCR to 3.1? <div>&nbsp;</div> I was very excited at Pulse last year to meet with the TCR team and discuss the 3.1 release and am surprised Maximo hasn't been entitled yet.

2 PamDenny commented Permalink

Hi. This functionality is currently enabled with Cognos 10.1 only. Cognos 10.1 is enabled thru Maximo's Direct Integration. It is not enabled for the TCR integration, which only supports up to Cognos 8.4.1 <div>&nbsp;</div> Additional details on the supported Maximo, Cognos and TCR versions can be found here <br /> http://www-01.ibm.com/support/docview.wss?uid=swg21606965&amp;myns=swgtiv&amp;mynp=OCSSLKT6&amp;mync=R <div>&nbsp;</div> Thank you.

3 MarcovanMeegersen commented Permalink

Hi, Is it possible to retrieve the Cognos framework manager model used to create the Cognos packages? My customer has an Oracle database instead of a DB2 database and we want to adjust te BI packages to run on Oracle tables. We need the framework manager model to make this possible.

4 PamDenny commented Permalink

This initial BI Pack delivered on the ISM library was tested against DB2 only. We know if will not work against a Sql Server database - but you may want to try importing the zip file into the Oracle environment and testing them against this database type. In the Maximo 76 release, all 3 database types are supported and the models delivered. Thank you.