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Cognos access Manager

Cognos Namespace Migration - Match UsersMigrating from one Cognos authentication provider to another can be a very challenging task. In most Cognos instances, there will be countless CAMID references to users, groups and roles from the Series 7 namespace being replaced. When you migrate to a new authentication namespace, these CAMID references will still point to users, groups and roles from the OLD namespace. These CAMID references are typically strewn throughout a Cognos instance's content, configuration and models. A few examples include:

  • All content in a user's My Folders area is associated with a user's CAMID
  • Each user's preferences and portal tabs are associated with their CAMID
  • Most Object Types in Cognos (e.g. Reports, Folders, Data Sources, Packages, etc.) have multiple references to CAMIDs :
  • an owner property which will refer to the CAMID of the owning user.
  • a policy set, which lists the CAMIDs of users, groups and roles are entitled to the Cognos object (and their level of access)
  • Transformer Models may have Custom Views to enforce security on cubes.Cognos Namespace Migration - Match Users These custom views are configured as visible to certain users, groups & roles (referenced by CAMID).
  • Framework Model's may use Object Security which restricts access to a Package's Namespaces, Query Subjects and Query Items based on users, groups or roles (referenced by CAMID).
  • When your Cognos Content is at stake, trust the experts to ensure a safe, secure, and complete migration. The Motioâ„¢ Namespace Migration product can make namespace migration a smooth and worry free process.

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