Many of you (our CLM and Insight clients) have requested this information and we are now pleased to announce the CLM jazz.net Information Center contains great detailed information about the Reporting Data Dictionaries data model, thanks to great collaborative efforts between our clients, support, development, and information developers! So, today we can announce that we've published the first iteration of these documentation improvements at:
Here's a quick excerpt to really whet your appetite....
"Report authors can access the Collaborative Lifecycle Management (CLM) data warehouse via a Framework Manager (FM) model or access live data from the applications using reportable REST APIs. The application-based data dictionaries in this section show how elements in the FM model and in the REST API map to artifacts in CLM.
CLM includes a data warehouse, to which each of the CLM applications contribute data. The data dictionary topics in this section detail the relationship between application-specific data (physical data related to artifacts and other elements in CLM applications) and the related queries that need to be incorporated into a report so that the desired application data appears in the report ouput. When authoring reports, you can reference these mappings to determine which queries to use."
And while you're at it, don't miss Seth Packham's blog post covering "More CLM 2012 beta videos: Clustering, installation, scriptable setup, express setup, process editing and more" on the Jazz.net blog!