is there any way to get the Impact Analysis result through FEX code. i need Column,Synonym,last accessed by, last accessed date and FEX relationship result.
(ie)when i run the FEX it should yeild the talbe which contains Column,Synonym, last accessed by, last accessed date and FEX relationship as it is in
Procedures by Column Impact Analysis
My code resides in Content folders.
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The Reporting Server's Impact Analysis tool is not aware of the content within
the WebFOCUS content tree.
The IMPACT ANALYSIS is available within App Studio for WebFOCUS objects that
are stored in the WebFOCUS Repository or Content tree. For example:
1. Right-click on a Business Intelligence Portal content folder or the top
level CONTENT and choose "Impact Analysis". This will open the
2. Select a Master File.
3. Click on "Analyze" to find any procedures that use this Master File within
the Business Intelligence Portal.
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All the pointing and clicking is OK, but it would be really nice to be able to do Impact Analysis by running fexes created by code or by pointing and clicking.
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Thank you all.
If you are happy to report against the WebFOCUS Repository then you can do something like this:
ENGINE SQLMSS SET DEFAULT_CONNECTION REPOSITORY SQL SQLMSS PREPARE SQLLOOP FOR select t2.appname,t2.objname,t2.prt_path,t2.lastmodon,t2.lastmodby from wf_content_revs t1 inner join wf_reposobj t2 on t1.obj_handle = t2.handle where lower(cast(cast(t1.bcontent as varbinary(max)) as varchar(max))) like '%&TAB_NAME.EVAL%' END TABLE FILE SQLLOOP PRINT prt_path AS 'Location' BY objname AS 'Report Name' HEADING "TABLE: &TAB_NAME" FOOTING "" ON TABLE SET EMPTYREPORT ON ON TABLE SET BYDISPLAY ON ON TABLE PCHOLD FORMAT HTML ON TABLE SET STYLE * ENDSTYLE END
I have a number of variations on this, including one that lists all reports that by Synonym
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