Author Topic: RTM using the Views/Tables generated from IBM Case Manager through Analyzer  (Read 1723 times)

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Friends,
Please help if you can.

I'm trying to understand if the Case Analyzer that is a part of Filenet 8 environment creates
the Tables/Views, Cubes, while running on a Microsoft SQL Server? I'm not sure where it is creating the tables/views/cubes? On the same SQL Server?

I have the Case Monitor jar file loaded into the Linux based RTM but now, I need to get accessed to the data that is generated by Case Analyzer.

Thank you in advance for your time. :) :)

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Friends,
Please help if you can.

I'm trying to understand if the Case Analyzer that is a part of Filenet 8 environment creates
the Tables/Views, Cubes, while running on a Microsoft SQL Server? I'm not sure where it is creating the tables/views/cubes? On the same SQL Server?

I have the Case Monitor jar file loaded into the Linux based RTM but now, I need to get accessed to the data that is generated by Case Analyzer.

Thank you in advance for your time. :) :)

I very much doubt you will find anyone on these pages who knows anything about ICM. There does appear to be an ICM forum on IBM's DeveloperWorks, though:

https://www.ibm.com/developerworks/community/forums/html/forum?id=11111111-0000-0000-0000-000000002384

Good luck!

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OK, thank you.

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Cognos CM <> Cognos ICM!

ICM = Incentive Compensation Management was bought by IBM as Varicent then re-branded.
CM = Case Management was FileNet and re-branded.

VERY different tools and origins.
Robert Edis
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