Framework Manager

Cognos Framework Manager is the tool for modeling from source to relational of dimensional modeled data.

Framework Manager can only be installed in a Windows environment.

Create models can be published as a Package to the report server.

The latest posts for Framework Manager:

New Columns Not Showing Up in Framework

Problem: For a Query Object in the framework, I added some columns in the database table. When I edit the Query Object in Framework Manager the new column does not show up. Although the SQL I used is “select * from table”. Also validating the object did not work. Solution: In the Project Viewer click […]
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BMT-MD-2049

Error BMT-MD-2049 Getting error BMT-MD-2049 on validating a project. I got this error on a dutch installation, so the error description is in dutch. BMT-MD-2049 Deze meetwaarde heeft als gegevenstype ‘Character’ en bevat de normale aggregatieregel ‘Sum’. Deze regel wordt niet ondersteund voor dit gegevenstype. BMT-MD-2050 Deze meetwaarde heeft als gegevenstype ‘Character’ en bevat de […]
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Framework Manager installation on Windows 7

Case: Today I tried to install Framework Manager 8.4 on a new Windows 7 machine. On starting the issetup.exe I got the notification “at least Windows 4.0 NT is required…….”. Solution: Go to the folder containing the issetup.exe. Right-click op issetup.exe and choose properties In the properties screen go to Compatibility. Highlight “Run this program […]
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Framework Manager installation on Windows 7

Case: Today I tried to install Framework Manager 8.4 on a new Windows 7 machine. On starting the issetup.exe I got the notification “at least Windows 4.0 NT is required…….”. Solution: Go to the folder containing the issetup.exe.
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BME-EX-0047

Error BME-EX-0047 occurred when opening an existing project file with Framework Manager. Looking on internet it say’s: BME-EX-0047 Unable to read preferences for the requested interface.
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