This is the self paced training version of IBM Cognos Planning Contributor: Develop Applications (V10.1) classroom course. IBM Cognos Planning Contributor: Develop Applications (V10.1) is a four-day, self paced course in which you will learn to build, administer, and deploy Planning Contributor applications through IBM Cognos Planning Administrator. In particular, you will learn how to develop the Planning Contributor application (based on a Cognos 10 Planning - Analyst model), manage security using the Cognos security model, perform administrative tasks, such as importing and publishing data, and deploy the application to the Cognos portal. They will also learn how to create events using Cognos Event Studio, which will monitor changes in published Planning data. This course also contains a case study that helps you further develop their skills as they create and administer a Contributor application.
If you are enrolling in a Self Paced Virtual Classroom or Web Based Training course, before you enroll, please review the Self-Paced Virtual Classes and Web-Based Training Classes on our Terms and Conditions page, as well as the system requirements, to ensure that your system meets the minimum requirements for this course.
This intermediate course is for Modelers.
Please refer to Course Overview for description information.
You should have:
Introduction to IBM Cognos Planning - Administrator
Build a Contributor Application
Manage Workflow and Web Application Activities
Consume Planning Data in Cognos BI
Use the Contributor Add-in for Excel (Optional)
Move Data Between Planning Analyst and Planning Contributor (Optional)
Translate a Contributor Application (Optional)
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