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Before we go into the details of the examples, let s cover what a macro comprises, how a macro looks, and how to create macros When working with macros, two types of session parameters are available: Environment Session Parameters and Model Session Parameters The environment session parameters are set when the user signs on to Cognos Connection, opens a Cognos Studio, or opens Framework Manager By default, when a user logs in through an authentication provider, the standard environment session parameters available for use in macros include runLocale, account defaultName, and accountpersonalInfouserName Depending on your authentication source, additional parameters might be available as some authentication providers support custom session parameters Additional environment session parameters are defined by your administrator through Cognos Configuration to make them available to Framework Manager For example, you could have an additional attribute in your LDAP provider called City which is used to indicate the City in which a user works This session parameter could be used in a macro to filter data on the user s city You define model session parameters within Framework Manager These parameters are created using hard coded values, macro functions, query items, and other session parameters
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Accessing and modifying session parameters will be discussed in Macro Functions later in the chapter
Anatomy of a Macro
In its simplest form, a macro consists of Delimiters and Expressions A delimiter is a character that is used to mark the beginning and end of the expression In a Cognos 8 macro, the pound sign (#) is the delimiter used So, a macro would look like:
#expression#
The expression part of the macro is more complex An expression can comprise a macro function, a session parameter, a query item, text, and so on What is in the expression depends on what you want the macro to do Table 16-1 gives a few general examples of macro expressions The last example in Table 16-1 makes use of a parameter map called Language_lookup{} Parameter maps are two-column look-up or substitution tables defined within your Framework Manager model In our example, we pass the string en-us to the parameter map, which returns the string EN to the macro as the mapped value for the key en-us Parameter maps are used when your data sources and session parameters do not contain the exact information you need in your model In the case of the Language_lookup parameter map, you know that people from different countries will be using this model Each connection (or session) made to Cognos Connection could result in one of many runLocale values At least 15 different runLocales; exist for English alone, including en, en-us, en-au, en-ca, en-gb, and so on Each of those runLocales can use the same base language, English
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