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Re: PeopleSoft DBA Forum Howto find the report names from the PSPRCSRQST table?

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  • David Kurtz
    If you mean scheduled queries (which are all run by an app engine called PSQUERY) or nVisions where then this might help:
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      If you mean scheduled queries (which are all run by an app engine called PSQUERY) or nVisions where then this might help:


      The files generated by a report can be seen in Process Monitor.
      That list is obtained from the table PS_CDM_FILE_LIST.

      2008/10/30 <Willem.Leenen@...>

      I'm trying to make a overview on database impact each report has. Columns should be reportname, frequency , duration. The frequency and durations can be extracted from the PSPRCSRQST table, but no report names. I need to join that table to some other table where the reportnames ( called layout in pplsoft) are.

      I tried in vain to import the datamodel into Erwin, and reverse engineering isn't possible with these kind apps who like to keep the referential integrity in tables in order to keep the idea of 'database independence'.


      I can't imagine that I'm the first with this request – anyone solved this before?




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