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IBM Cognos Analytics Customization: Login Pages (11.0.6+)

The sample files SampleLogin.zip and SampleLoginMultiple.zip are examples of views that replace the product’s default sign in page with an alternate customized version. Note: These samples were not available in 11.1.0 and 11.1.1. Downloads: SampleLogin.zip ...

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10.2.2 Cognos Mashup Service (CMS) Samples for IBM Cognos Analytics

​​ As a developer, you can use the IBM Cognos Mashup Service (CMS) to create applications that use a structured view of IBM Cognos outputs as input. CMS allows you to develop applications that expose IBM Cognos outputs, such as reports and analyses, as Web services (both SOAP and REST). ...

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IBM #Cognos #Analytics: Custom visualizations used in the samples

Download: All visualizations used in the samples (.ZIP, 1.8MB) All of the customized visualizations that are used in the sample IBM Cognos Analytics reports, up to and including version 11.0.4, are available here. To use the visualizations, download the file above and unzip it. You will see...

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Video: How to create Themes and Extensions in IBM #Cognos Analytics

Customization samples are available that demonstrate how to create themes, extensions, and views (perspectives). You can modify these samples to create your own customizations. This video provides an overview of the process. You can download the presentation slides here . Related...

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Customizing IBM #Cognos Analytics in 11.0.4

Have you ever wanted to do more with the IBM Cognos Analytics User Interface? In the latest release of Cognos Analytics 11.0.4, you can customize the IBM Cognos Analytics interface to suit the needs of your organization. The IBM Cognos Analytics user interface is built on an extensible model....

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Accelerating performance of Advanced Encryption Standard applications XL compilers on Power8

Originally posted by: Anh Tuyen Tran Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) is a US government standard for encryption, and is widely used by the US government and industries around the world. It protects classified information and sensitive data. IBM XL compilers for C/C++ and Fortran provide...

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