Cognos Data Manager Tutorial Introduction

Cognos Data Manager Tutorial Introduction


Hello and Welcome in our Cognos Data Manager Free Tutorial Series. In this tutorial series we are going to learn how to use Cognos Data Manager effectively as an ETL tool. During the Tutorial we are sharing useful Tips and Tricks which helps you to increase your productivity and achieve your goals smartly.

During this tutorial series we are going to use below legends

Best Practice: Always use it.

Note: Points to remember.

Quick Tip: A way to improve productivity.

How To: Refer other articles.

What this tutorial series cover: This tutorial is design for beginners. We are going to cover from basic to advance topic. After completing this tutorial series your able to create a complete ETl solution in Cognos Data Manager.


What you need for this tutorial series: 

  • Desktop and PC with Windows Operating System. (At the time of writing this article Cognos Data Manager is only available for Windows)
  • 4GB and more ram for Cognos Data Manager and to support SQL Server as a Database Server.
  • Mouse and Keyboard.

Who this tutorial series is for: This tutorial is design for beginners who want to learn everything for Cognos Data Manager.


How to use this tutorial series: Simple start reading the articles in the given sequence by using Index. You may skip some articles if you think your concepts are cleare about that section. We recomended to read all the articles, it helps us and you to revise everything.

Feedback: Please use our contact us page for feedback and suggestions. Our premium customer can also use our support mail for quick responce.

Errata: We are working hard to give you the best content. If you found any mistake please use our submit errata page

Question: If you have a problem or queries please use our Ask Question page Our premium customer can also use our support mail for quick responce.

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