Pinned topic Using NET_CONN to replace NET_CONNECT with CAM Security?
However this means users must logon to xcelerator via the server explorer.
We used to use ("n_connect", TM1Server, "namespace\user", Password) to avoid this for users but it is not supported as per this document http://publib.boulder.ibm.com/infocenter/cx/v9r5m0/topic/com.ibm.swg.im.cognos.tm1_ref.9.5.0.doc/tm1_ref_id10852NConnect.html#tm1_ref_NConnect
But is there a workaround to get users to logon without going into server explorer (front end)?
Our IBM partner suggested NET_CONN (http://www.tm1forum.com/viewtopic.php?p=25492)
But this requires the user to navigate two logon screens.
I'm thinking this must be a pretty common issue?
SystemAdmin 110000D4XK214 Posts
Re: Using NET_CONN to replace NET_CONNECT with CAM Security?2012-03-14T03:33:49ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- RSharp 270004RY7Q
They want simple logon
Goodson3636 2700069HXJ1 Post
Re: Using NET_CONN to replace NET_CONNECT with CAM Security?2013-04-19T16:58:16ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.
- SystemAdmin 110000D4XK
I have to open 200+ workbooks, one by one, and read data from a couple of TM1 cubes. I have a VBA Loop routine that opens the first filename in the list, performs the DBRW's, then saves and closes the workbook. The routine starts over and loops to the next workbook and carries out the steps again. These workbooks are large (10MB each) and it takes a much longer time to open the workbook when connected to TM1. Hence, I wanted to use N_DISCONNECT to log out of TM1 before I save the workbook. Then AFTER the next workbook is opened through VBA, I want to login again. N_CONNECT seemed the way to go, but our CAM security prevents that from happening. So, in our case, it doesn't have anything to do with the number of users complaining about not having a seamless login. I could use NET_CONN, but then I'd have to manually navigate 2 screens which defeats the purpose of automation.
So, have you been successful getting around this?
Thanks. - Goodson3636