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1 Tennessee Summit 2008 Murfreesboro Tennessee Summit on Administrative Computing Technologies (ACT) 1 Argos - Moving into the Community Presented by: Bruce Knox University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture, Cooperative Extension Service BAS S274 October 13, 2008

2 2 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Introduction: Purpose and Benefits of this Presentation Purpose: Discuss the Argos User Community Converting from MS Access to Argos Benefits: Free Software Conversion Tips Tools for Ad Hoc Banner Reporting

3 3 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Our Agenda Whats an Argos? Trying the Product The Argos Community Converting from MS Access Banner Record Selection Criteria

4 Tennessee Summit 2008 Murfreesboro Tennessee Summit on Administrative Computing Technologies (ACT) 4 Whats an Argos?

5 5 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Whats an Argos? Argos is a Web Based Evisions Ad Hoc Reporting Tool Designed for Banner

6 6 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon A.R.G.O.S. Ad hoc Report Generation and Output Solution Secure Easy to Use Fast

7 7 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Argos, in Design Mode looks a lot like MS Access

8 8 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Argos, in Design Mode looks a lot like MS Access

9 9 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Whats an Argos MS Access++ Built for the SQL Database

10 Tennessee Summit 2008 Murfreesboro Tennessee Summit on Administrative Computing Technologies (ACT) 10 Trying the Product

11 11 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Trying the Product: Get a Password Get a password

12 12 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Trying the Product: Download and Install

13 13 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Trying the Product: DBA and SysAdmin You will need IT for early parts of the Server Install

14 14 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Trying the Product: Download and install the Argos Sample Datablocks for SCT Banner

15 15 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Trying the Product:

16 16 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Trying the Product:

17 17 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Trying the Product:

18 18 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Trying the Product:

19 19 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Trying the Product:

20 Tennessee Summit 2008 Murfreesboro Tennessee Summit on Administrative Computing Technologies (ACT) 20 The Argos Community

21 21 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon The Argos Community Community is a big part of Argos Sharing in Argos secured repository is encouraged.

22 22 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon The Argos Community

23 23 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon The Argos Community

24 24 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon The Argos Community

25 25 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon The Argos Community

26 Tennessee Summit 2008 Murfreesboro Tennessee Summit on Administrative Computing Technologies (ACT) 26 Converting from MS Access

27 27 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Converting from MS Access We have been using MS Access with Banner for 8 years How to move from our existing MS Access?

28 28 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Converting from MS Access Build Datablocks via the Query Design GUI?

29 29 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Converting from MS Access Enter the Oracle Code?

30 30 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Converting from MS Access Either way will work for you, but you still need to know the Banner Record Selection Criteria

31 Tennessee Summit 2008 Murfreesboro Tennessee Summit on Administrative Computing Technologies (ACT) 31 Banner Record Selection Criteria

32 32 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria Determining which Banner Tables are actually used A Handy Find Query

33 33 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria Determining which Banner Tables are Actually Used A Handy Find Query

34 34 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Tables Actually Used

35 35 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Tables Actually Used

36 36 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Tables Actually Used Collect the ones that look like Banner Tables into a file argos_tables.txt

37 37 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Tables Actually Used argos_tables.txt FARINTX TURVERS

38 38 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Tables Actually Used Then in SQL*Plus: 10:32:39 BKNOX: PROD> START argostables.txt This runs table_to_argos.sql for each Table in the file. The script concatenates each result into a single text file containing the Table information required for constructing Queries or determining Record Selection Criteria.

39 39 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Here is a snippet -- **FTVORGN** Organization Validation Table SELECT -- Created from TABLE FTVORGN Organization Validation Table FTVORGN_COAS_CODE, FTVORGN_ORGN_CODE, TRUNC(FTVORGN_EFF_DATE) FTVORGN_EFF_DATE, TRUNC(FTVORGN_ACTIVITY_DATE) FTVORGN_ACTIVITY_DATE, FTVORGN_USER_ID, TRUNC(FTVORGN_NCHG_DATE) FTVORGN_NCHG_DATE, TRUNC(FTVORGN_TERM_DATE) FTVORGN_TERM_DATE, FTVORGN_TITLE, FTVORGN_STATUS_IND, FTVORGN_ORGN_CODE_PRED, FTVORGN_FUND_CODE_DEF, FTVORGN_PROG_CODE_DEF, FTVORGN_ACTV_CODE_DEF, FTVORGN_LOCN_CODE_DEF, FTVORGN_DATA_ENTRY_IND, FTVORGN_FMGR_CODE_PIDM, FTVORGN_ENCB_POLICY_IND, FTVORGN_ORGN_CODE_NSF, FTVORGN_HIERARCHY_TABLE_IND, FTVORGN_ALT_POOL_IND FROM FTVORGN WHERE TRUNC(FTVORGN_EFF_DATE) <= SYSDATE AND (FTVORGN_NCHG_DATE > TRUNC(SYSDATE) OR FTVORGN_NCHG_DATE IS NULL) AND (FTVORGN_TERM_DATE > TRUNC(SYSDATE) OR FTVORGN_TERM_DATE IS NULL) …

40 40 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Here is a snippet part2 -- AND FTVORGN_STATUS_IND = '?' -- AND FTVORGN_DATA_ENTRY_IND = '?' -- AND FTVORGN_ENCB_POLICY_IND = '?' -- AND FTVORGN_HIERARCHY_TABLE_IND = '?' -- AND FTVORGN_ALT_POOL_IND = '?' -- AND FTVORGN_ACTIVITY_DATE > TO_DATE('06/30/ :00:00','MM/DD/YYYY HH24:MI:SS') -- AND TRUNC(FTVORGN_ACTIVITY_DATE) >= TO_DATE('01/26/ :00:00','MM/DD/YYYY HH24:MI:SS') -- AND TRUNC(FTVORGN_ACTIVITY_DATE) = TO_DATE('01/26/ :00:00','MM/DD/YYYY HH24:MI:SS') -- AND TRUNC(FTVORGN_ACTIVITY_DATE) < TO_DATE('01/26/ :00:00','MM/DD/YYYY HH24:MI:SS') -- AND TRUNC(FTVORGN_ACTIVITY_DATE) BETWEEN TO_DATE('07/01/ :00:00','MM/DD/YYYY HH24:MI:SS') AND TO_DATE('06/30/ :59:59','MM/DD/YYYY HH24:MI:SS')' --FTVORGN_COAS_CODE NOT NULLABLE is Probably Key or Indexed Field --FTVORGN_ORGN_CODE NOT NULLABLE is Probably Key or Indexed Field --FTVORGN_EFF_DATE NOT NULLABLE is Probably Key or Indexed Field --FTVORGN_ACTIVITY_DATE NOT NULLABLE is Probably Key or Indexed Field --FTVORGN_USER_ID NOT NULLABLE is Probably Key or Indexed Field --FTVORGN_NCHG_DATE NOT NULLABLE is Probably Key or Indexed Field --FTVORGN_TITLE NOT NULLABLE is Probably Key or Indexed Field --FTVORGN_STATUS_IND NOT NULLABLE is Probably Key or Indexed Field --FTVORGN_DATA_ENTRY_IND NOT NULLABLE is Probably Key or Indexed Field --ORDER BY FTVORGN_ORGN_CODE -- **FTVORGN** Organization Validation Table

41 41 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports You will need a sample of the Report

42 42 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries Double-Click the Report Selector The Dark Square within the Gray Square left of the Ruler Line. Alternately, Right-Click and Select Properties, then Select Data.

43 43 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries Record Source is the MS Access Query behind the Report Double-Click on the Ellipsis button and you have the Query

44 44 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries MS Access Query behind the Report

45 45 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries MS Access Query behind the Report

46 46 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries MS Access Query behind the Report

47 47 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries SELECT IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="11100","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="11200","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="14000","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="21110","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="21120","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="21160","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "13000" And "13199","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "13250" And "13999","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "22000" And "22999","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "24000" And "24999","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "26000" And "26999","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "29000" And "29999","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="27000","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]>"30000","P","R")))))))))))))) AS [Group], [FGBGENL 04].FGBGENL_ACCT_CODE AS GLACCT, FTVACCT.FTVACCT_TITLE AS [ACCT TITLE], FTVACCT.FTVACCT_ATYP_CODE AS [ACCT TYPE], FTVATYP.FTVATYP_TITLE AS [ACCT TYPE TITLE], Sum([FGBGENL_SUM_PERIODIC_DR]-[FGBGENL_SUM_PERIODIC_CR]) AS Balance FROM (([FGBGENL 04] LEFT JOIN (FTVACCT LEFT JOIN FTVATYP ON FTVACCT.FTVACCT_ATYP_CODE = FTVATYP.FTVATYP_ATYP_CODE) ON [FGBGENL 04].FGBGENL_ACCT_CODE = FTVACCT.FTVACCT_ACCT_CODE) LEFT JOIN [FTVFUND any status] ON [FGBGENL 04].FGBGENL_FUND_CODE = [FTVFUND any status].FTVFUND_FUND_CODE) LEFT JOIN FTVFTYP ON [FTVFUND any status].FTVFUND_FTYP_CODE = FTVFTYP.FTVFTYP_FTYP_CODE WHERE ((([FGBGENL 04].FGBGENL_PERIOD)<=[Select a period (pp)]) AND (([FTVFUND any status].FTVFUND_FTYP_CODE) Not Like "BF")) GROUP BY IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="11100","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="11200","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="14000","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="21110","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="21120","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="21160","U",IIf([FGBGENL_F UND_CODE] Between "13000" And "13199","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "13250" And "13999","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "22000" And "22999","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "24000" And "24999","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "26000" And "26999","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "29000" And "29999","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="27000","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]>"30000","P","R")))))))))))))), [FGBGENL 04].FGBGENL_ACCT_CODE, FTVACCT.FTVACCT_TITLE, FTVACCT.FTVACCT_ATYP_CODE, FTVATYP.FTVATYP_TITLE HAVING (((Sum([FGBGENL_SUM_PERIODIC_DR]-[FGBGENL_SUM_PERIODIC_CR]))<>0)) ORDER BY IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="11100","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="11200","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="14000","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="21110","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="21120","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="21160","U",IIf([FGBGENL_F UND_CODE] Between "13000" And "13199","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "13250" And "13999","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "22000" And "22999","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "24000" And "24999","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "26000" And "26999","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "29000" And "29999","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="27000","U",IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]>"30000","P","R")))))))))))))) DESC, [FGBGENL 04].FGBGENL_ACCT_CODE;

48 48 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries But, note that this code is MS Access SQL; Not, Oracle SQL. Group: IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="11100","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="11200","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="14000","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="21110","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="21120","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="21160","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "13000" And "13199","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "13250" And "13999","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "22000" And "22999","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "24000" And "24999","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "26000" And "26999","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE] Between "29000" And "29999","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]="27000","U", IIf([FGBGENL_FUND_CODE]>"30000","P", "R"))))))))))))))

49 49 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries CASE WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE = '11100' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE = '11200' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE = '14000' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE = '21110' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE = '21120' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE = '21160' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE Between '13000' And '13199' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE Between '13250' And '13999' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE Between '22000' And '22999' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE Between '24000' And '24999' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE Between '26000' And '26999' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE Between '29000' And '29999' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE = '27000' THEN 'U' WHEN FGBGENL_FUND_CODE > '30000' THEN 'P' ELSE 'R' END AS FUNDGROUP

50 50 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries The FROM and WHERE need to lose the [ ] and Double Quotes. FROM (([FGBGENL] LEFT JOIN (FTVACCT INNER JOIN FTVATYP ON FTVACCT.FTVACCT_ATYP_CODE = FTVATYP.FTVATYP_ATYP_CODE) ON [FGBGENL].FGBGENL_ACCT_CODE = FTVACCT.FTVACCT_ACCT_CODE) LEFT JOIN [FTVFUND] ON [FGBGENL].FGBGENL_FUND_CODE = [FTVFUND].FTVFUND_FUND_CODE) INNER JOIN FTVFTYP ON [FTVFUND].FTVFUND_FTYP_CODE = FTVFTYP.FTVFTYP_FTYP_CODE WHERE ((([FGBGENL].FGBGENL_PERIOD)<=[Select a period (pp)]) AND (([FTVFUND].FTVFUND_FTYP_CODE) Not Like "BF")) FROM ((FGBGENL LEFT JOIN (FTVACCT INNER JOIN FTVATYP ON FTVACCT.FTVACCT_ATYP_CODE = FTVATYP.FTVATYP_ATYP_CODE) ON FGBGENL.FGBGENL_ACCT_CODE = FTVACCT.FTVACCT_ACCT_CODE) LEFT JOIN FTVFUND ON FGBGENL.FGBGENL_FUND_CODE = FTVFUND.FTVFUND_FUND_CODE) INNER JOIN FTVFTYP ON FTVFUND.FTVFUND_FTYP_CODE = FTVFTYP.FTVFTYP_FTYP_CODE WHERE FGBGENL.FGBGENL_PERIOD<=&pp AND FTVFUND.FTVFUND_FTYP_CODE Not Like 'BF'

51 51 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries That works! And it ran much, much faster than my old style Oracle SQL. FROM ((FGBGENL LEFT JOIN (FTVACCT INNER JOIN FTVATYP ON FTVACCT.FTVACCT_ATYP_CODE = FTVATYP.FTVATYP_ATYP_CODE) ON FGBGENL.FGBGENL_ACCT_CODE = FTVACCT.FTVACCT_ACCT_CODE) LEFT JOIN FTVFUND ON FGBGENL.FGBGENL_FUND_CODE = FTVFUND.FTVFUND_FUND_CODE) INNER JOIN FTVFTYP ON FTVFUND.FTVFUND_FTYP_CODE = FTVFTYP.FTVFTYP_FTYP_CODE WHERE FGBGENL.FGBGENL_PERIOD<='06' AND FGBGENL_FSYR_CODE = '06' AND FTVFUND.FTVFUND_FTYP_CODE Not Like 'BF' AND TRUNC(FTVACCT_EFF_DATE) <= SYSDATE AND (FTVACCT_NCHG_DATE > TRUNC(SYSDATE) OR FTVACCT_NCHG_DATE IS NULL) AND (FTVACCT_TERM_DATE > TRUNC(SYSDATE) OR FTVACCT_TERM_DATE IS NULL) AND TRUNC(FTVATYP_EFF_DATE) <= SYSDATE AND (FTVATYP_NCHG_DATE > TRUNC(SYSDATE) OR FTVATYP_NCHG_DATE IS NULL) AND (FTVATYP_TERM_DATE > TRUNC(SYSDATE) OR FTVATYP_TERM_DATE IS NULL)

52 52 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries Paste it into Free Type and Run It

53 53 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries And it works!

54 54 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries And it works! But, this MS Access Query was mostly Oracle Joins Converting the MS Access Functions is a Challenge access_to_argos.shl UNIX Shell Script Can Help

55 55 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries access_to_argos.shl include conversions for the most common MS Access Functions plus some hints on the complex ones Automated Conversion includes: removes all [ removes all ] changes Double Quotes to Single Quotes Inserts the CR, Carriage Returns or Newlines is just to help visually format the code to make it more readable, IMO Iff insertsCR in front of IIf FROMCR after FROM WHERECR after WHERE HAVINGCR after HAVING changes: Chr( toCHAR( Len( LENGTH( Now() SYSDATE Nz( NVL( UCase( UPPER( LCase( LOWER( and since I use Upper Case for Oracle Keywords: Abs( toABS( LTrim( LTRIM( RTrim( RTRIM( Trim( TRIM( Round( ROUND( The following are too complex for sed and tr to convert, but here are some hints on making the changes: Left(AnyString, n) SUBSTR(AnyString,1,n) Right(AnyString, n) SUBSTR(AnyString,LENGTH(AnyString)-n+1,n) IIf Can be replaced with CASE or DECODE (use CASE if any IIf... Between... used) Warning: One must be careful that the input contains no Lower Case Selection Criteria, because the output is UPPER Case

56 56 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Banner Record Selection Criteria: Reports to Queries You can build the Query using the COLUMNs, Tables, WHERE, GROUP BY, ORDER BY, and HAVING Or, Build the Query from your code. Either will allow you to use parameters. Another option would be to build an Oracle VIEW from the code, but you would probably need a lot more help from IT to do that.

57 Tennessee Summit 2008 Murfreesboro Tennessee Summit on Administrative Computing Technologies (ACT) 57 Argos Training

58 58 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Argos Training: Traditional, Live and Recorded Options to match your needs

59 59 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Argos Training: Recorded Recorded Training for End-User, Designer, Administrator

60 60 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Argos Training: Recorded Recorded Training for End-User

61 61 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Argos Training: Recorded Recorded Training for Designer and Administrator

62 62 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon More Argos Resources Typical Calendar of Live Classes

63 63 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon More Argos Resources Knowledge Base, Listserv, Help Desk, …

64 64 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon More Argos Resources Argos BannerArgos

65 65 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Summary Argos is the Web Based Ad Hoc Reporting Tool for Banner Download and Try it Now! Go to the Argos Community for Free Code and Help

66 66 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Questions & Answers Questions?

67 67 Argos - Moving into the Community - Seeing the New Horizon Thank You! And, thanks to the Tennessee Board of Regents (TBR) and the Middle Tennessee State University Bruce Knox uaex.edu


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