Q104: What does "Net-Lib protocol driver call to connect two endpoints failed" mean?
Q105: Can I set up my VPN connection to login automatically?
Q106: I'm told I need Sybase drivers to access the data warehouse. Where do I get them?
Q107: Is it possible to log into multiple data warehouse databases at the same time?
with multiple lines. What's going on?
Q302: I want to use a file as a source for a limit. How do I import the file to use within my query?
Q303: How do I change the name of the column header in my Brio Results?
Q304: My Brio query is taking a long time to process. How do I cancel it?
Q305: How do I copy my Brio query so I can test changes on the copy without changing the
something more descriptive.
Q307: How do I use results from one query within another query?
Q308: How do I know which join type to use? Simple, Left, Right or Outer?
Q309: Where can I find information regarding Brio's Report functionality?
A101: Your warehouse ID is your ASURITE ID. Your warehouse password is not automatically synchronized with your ASURite password, however. New data warehouse user passwords are intially set to your 9-digit ASU ID. You can then use ASU's Sybase password change website to change the password for Enterprise 1 (ENTERPR1_SS - Data Warehouse) to your ASURITE password. If you can't remember your password, email the Sybase DBA team and ask that your password be re-set.
databases. It saves your ID and your favorite warehouse databases, as well as all the network
settings for the connection. It is recommended that your connection file be named default.oce, to
facilitate the sharing of queries.
A103: Yes. Be aware that we provide warehouse support for Brio, but not for Access. There are,
however, some individuals who use Access who will try to help if they can. Be sure to read
through the WUG handout Setting Up Access 2000 to Query the Warehouse.
A104: This error indicates a network/connectivity problem. Most often, it's a VPN problem. Have
you tried updating your VPN? (In your windows taskbar that is the icon with the envelope and
key; to update it, click on that icon, right click on \u2018ASU-VPN\u2019 and select Update Site, then press
the \u2018Update\u2019 button.)
A301: This is Brio's 'Auto join' setting, where Brio automatically joins columns with the same
name. This does not work well with our databases; we have same-named columns in many
tables that you donot want to join on (e.g. Extract Datetime). To turn off this setting: While in
Query mode, select DataModel and then Data Model Options. On the General tab, uncheck the
'Auto join tables' checkbox. This is a preference that is saved with your query, so you need to turn
off the setting in all your saved queries, or else the setting will turn on again after you use a query
with the Auto join feature turned on.
A302: Double-click on the field from the Limit line and then select " Advanced\u201d in the bottom right- hand corner. Select \u201cLoad From File\u201d, navigate to the source text file to select it and then click on \u201cOpen\u201d. Click on \u201cShow Values\u201d and then \u201cSelect All\u201d to include the values in the limit. Click on \u201cOK\u201d to close the limit box.
A303: Right click on the field from your Request line on the Query section. Select \u201cProperties\u2026\u201d
to open the Item Properties dialog box. Change the field box labeled \u201cName:\u201d to change the
A307: After processing the first query, from the menu select "Insert \ New Query". In the lower left panel,right click on "Tables" and select "Local Results". A new item for "Local Results" will display under the"Tables" item. Click on Local Results. You can then join the Results from your first query (or any other query in this set of queries) to other tables.
A308: Use a simple join when you need records where both tables in the join contain the same
value for the joined column. For instance, using a simple join on Affiliate ID from Student to
Student_Degree will return only students with a matching record on Student_Degree. Use a Left
or Right join when you want the record from one table even if there is no matching record in
another table (e.g. a Left join from Student to Student_Degree will return the student information
even if there is no data in Student_Degree for that student).
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