The Envisn Team on February 27, 2020
February 2020, by Elwood Philbrick, Envisn, Inc.
It’s likely that most Cognos environments seldom, if ever, get a self-audit of their security when in reality it’s a great opportunity to determine...
Rick Ryan on April 30, 2014
By Paul Hausser, Envisn, Inc.In recent blogs we focused on the Cognos audit tables and the audit extensions. We made the point in one of these articles that working with the Cognos audit data was...
Rick Ryan on March 31, 2014
By Paul Hausser, Envisn, Inc.Released with the introduction of Cognos 10.1, IBM Cognos 10 Audit Extension was designed to fill in the cracks of audit coverage beyond the standard audit table...
Rick Ryan on February 28, 2014
By Paul Hausser, Envisn, Inc.The title of this article has to be taken in the context of how Cognos administrators would like to use Cognos audit data. Many would like to be able to use the...
Rick Ryan on July 15, 2011
by Elwood Philbrick - Envisn, Inc.The purpose of this article is to help Cognos administrators address the need for Cognos license tracking and how best to do it. Administrators are usually the...
The Envisn Team on September 24, 2010
By Rick Ryan - Envisn, Inc.In our recent posts to the Envisn blog one of my colleagues, Eugene Marcotte, shared some of his learnings on the Cognos audit logs and the data tables. Our work with them...
The Envisn Team on September 16, 2010
By Eugene Marcotte - Envisn, Inc. In my last article I discussed the Cognos audit tables – what they are, what they contain and I provided a link to the sample Cognos Package that can be used to...
Linda Sevier on September 3, 2010
Large complex software systems often have logs for various information that can be useful for debugging, data mining and analysis. When an application or a...
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