Cognos TM1 as a data source
Would be great to have Cognos TM1 cubes as a data source for PowerQuery/Power BI Designer.
YES these will help a lot !
I work in Cognos TM1 and i am learning Power BI using online videos (really liked out). Now i am checking if there is a good direct connector between Cognos TM1 and Power BI so that i can make use and show case to clients and users. Please help if you know.
Andrey Yakimov commented
Would be sweet to have
Patrick Walter commented
There is a other Solution for the IBM Cognos Users to integrate Data from Cognos to Power BI. A simple Solution is the creation of Export Files in ".csv" format, so you can import these files in Power BI as Excel Sheets.
I have been talked with many IBM Cognos consultants and nobody know´s that there is a directly interface from Cognos to Power BI.
Migration from cognos to Power BI will be helpful
David Fletcher commented
Hi. We've built some really powerful TM1 reporting cubes we would like to bring into the power BI world. What is critical for success is being able to display the new alternate hierarchy functionality. great enhancement to the self-serve world
Ashok Kumar Veluru commented
Enabling Power BI to TM1 connectivity will save lot of our time and effort with data modelling
Carlos Julio commented
we have cognos database it will be the perfect combination if you guys are able to create this connector. Power BI gives us the flexibility and user-friendly interface and cognos give us the security and structure for our data.
I see lots of security issues TM1 will have but itll always be good to have
we all should go out for a drink one day this is achieved. so eager to see this is happening tomorrow!
Deepak Shahdadpuri commented
Great idea, expecting a positive response as always.
Paul Southerland commented
This is needed for Power BI to provide self-service functionality for organizations that had previously committed to TM1 for corporate data warehouse solutions
Luis Lucchini commented
Please, please guys please.
Yes. This is very much needed. I have come across many customers asking for this.
Ricardo Montero commented
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