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Discoverer public vs private reports?
I am admittedly very unfamiliar with Discoverer. I have only used it to the level of clicking on other people's reports and seeing the output. I am part of a team that is tasked with converting Discoverer reports to OBIEE. My effort lies more with the development of the OBIEE environment and we are running into some questions about how to provide a similar environment to what the users are used to. We need to find ways of reporting on what currently is set up and validating we have successfully provided similar function.
I understand that some reports are private while others are public and that even the administrator cannot see the private reports, only the user can when they log on (or anyone they have shared them with). Is this correct?
Do you have any idea how I can identify what reports are public and what reports are private from the underlying tables? I know they are undocumented and it is difficult to get much information about them. I was hoping someone in this forum may be able to help me.
I have gathered the list of workbooks/worksheets and when they were last run as well as a report of the workbooks and who they are shared with. One last question... when you share a report, are you sharing the workbook or a worksheet. It looks to me like you share an entire workbook.
Clearly I haven't used Discoverer so I appreciate any information you can offer. I'm having a very difficult time searching for this information online.