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Tag: JavaScript

Custom JavaScript in Cognos – Searchable Checkbox List

This is the sixth article in a series I am doing about custom JavaScript in Cognos Analytics (I really like custom JavaScript in Cognos) so be sure to check out my other blogs.  In this article, I will explore how to get one of my most popular widgets for Cognos […]

Custom JavaScript in Cognos – Expand and Collapse

In this article I continue to explore ways to leverage custom JavaScript in Cognos.  This is the fifth article on the topic (I really like custom JavaScript in Cognos) so be sure to check out my other blogs.  An often requested feature in Cognos is the ability to make a […]

Custom JavaScript in Cognos

Custom JavaScript in Cognos – Modifying Prompts

In this article I continue to explore ways to use custom JavaScript in Cognos.  This is the fourth article on the topic (I really like custom JavaScript in Cognos) so be sure to check out my other blogs.  In the previous article, I looked at how to create notifications to […]

JavaScript in Cognos Analytics

Custom JavaScript in Cognos Analytics – Notifications

In the previous article, I created a library for handling start/end date prompt validation with custom JavaScript. This works beautifully, but end users may not understand why their selections are not working. A well designed page should include some form of notification explaining why certain actions are, or are not […]

Oil and Water JavaScript and Cognos 2Date Prompts and datasets

Custom JavaScript in Cognos Analytics – Date Prompts and Datasets

In the previous article we talked about controls via custom javaScript in Cognos Analytics.  We created a select prompt that dynamically generates list of field names in a specified list, and allows the user to toggle the visibility of individual columns.  In this article we’ll spend some time on date […]

JavaScript in Cognos Analytics

In every new release of Cognos, there are some ups, and there are some downs. And while some people may have a lot to complain about in Cognos Analytics, there are some shining advances that force me to forgive all the questionable design decisions (even the loss of the menu […]