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Generate a list of reports in Schedule Manager

Generate a list of reports in Schedule Manager

Generate a list of reports in Schedule Manager

Sure you can; I created a report in Cognos Connection to help identify failed report covering a 24 period. I am sure you can use it for what you need.
1)    Log into Cognos Connecton (as Admin)
2)    Click on the Audit folder (should have been installed when Cognos was installed)
3)    Open Report Studio
4)    Pull the following filed from Run Report query subject: User name, Report name, Report type, Report search path, Execution time, Time stamp, Package, Status, and Error details
Double click Report type  and add the following if, there else statement: IF ([Audit].[Run Reports].[Report type]='report batchreportservice') THEN
    ( 'Scheduled' )
    ( 'Interactive'  )

Scheduled = Reports schedule in Schedule Manager
Interactive = Reports ran interactively by end user
5)    Create three prompts 1- Time Period, Failure Status, and Report type
a)    [Audit].[Run Reports].[Time stamp]between 2010-08-08 09:00:00.000 AND 2010-08-09 09:00:00.000
b)    [Audit].[Run Reports].[Status]='FAILURE'
c)    [Report type]='Scheduled'

6)    Make prompt a & c prompts required
7)    Run the report
8)    Done

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