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Cognos can't restrict the number of recipients when bursting. This is currently addressed by looking at the limits imposed at the SMTP level, or informing Cognos users of this limitation. This helps for short term but if we have a new user who mak...
need to force the "Team Content" show in a "list" view rather than the "tile" view.
we need to force the "Team Content" show in a "list" view rather than the "tile" view.
Cognos 11.2 remembers the last option selected, and it presents it to the user.
The "List" view must be called and overwrite any pre-existing view.
Enable Similar Behavior within safari whether on iPhone or iPad
Today if a user navigates Cognos and runs a report using safari on an iPad, behavior is as expected, you can pinch to zoom and pan left to right, or scroll top to bottom and see the entire report. The same behavior on an iPhone is a different exp...
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