This error occurred while running a report.
The IBM site says:
While running the report, Cognos 8 server will temporarily store all data sets in the Cognos8_install_directory/temp directory. If the disk is out of the space, the error message will be generated.
Assign more disk space on the Cognos 8 server machine.
The other solution is to search in the cognos log files what query is running for the report and look if there are full outer joins in the query.
Perhaps a solution is to make an other selection for the report to avoid the full outer joins.
When I ran a report in report studio following error occured:
RQP-DEF-0526 QueryReuse: the generated sql is not supported locally.
Using the query for a crosstab/list can give no errors but using the query for a chart gives the error. Continue reading
When you want to show some explanatory text on a mouseover on a list header you can use the following solution:
1. Unlock the report
2. Drag a HTML item before the header text item
3. Add the HTML: <span title=”Text to show on hoover”>
4. Drag a HTML item after the header text item
5. Add the HTML: </span>
6. Lock the report
Run the report to see the result.
I found some interesting knowlegde on getting the current month dynamicly as a filter in Cognos. Here are the steps how:
Expand your time dimension and select any month member (Members are the one with the blue rectangle icon).
Right click on the member and select Properties, and you will see there a property called Member Unique Name. This is usually structured like this: [cube].[dimension].[hierarchy].[level]->:[PC].[@MEMBER].[Name]
Once you have that, copy it. Look at the structure – we’re interested in the last bit – how is a month MUN constructed.
For our example, we’ll suppose it is built like this:[Sales].[Time].[Time].[Month]->[Time].. (That’s March 2010, yyyymm).
So, you create a data item like this:
Which will dynamically translate (Today) to [Sales].[Time].[Time].[Month]->[Time]..
Item was written by Nimrod Avissar on Cognoise.com
Follow the next steps:
1. Add a query calculation containing a running-count summary eg running-count([Order_no])
2. Add a second query calculation as follows: mod([First calc],2)
3. Set up a boolean variable in the condition explorer with the expression [Second calc] > 0
4. Select ‘list columns body style’ using the Select Ancestor button, select the Style Variable property, and pick your boolean variable.
5. Hover your mouse over the Condition Explorer, select the ‘Yes’ variable value, then set the Background Colour property. Using the condition explorer, switch to the ‘No’ variable value and repeat using a different colour.
6. If your calculations exist in the query but are not shown in the list, select the list using the Select Ancestor button, go to the Properties property, and enable the calculations as properties of the list.