Help for Learning Management Queries
Overview. Learning Management data is complex. A listserv
and user group
meetings are available to help you query the Warehouse and retrieve Learning
Management data efficiently and effectively.
Some canned queries and reports have been created as Business Objects Corporate Documents, to give you
standardized perspectives on Warehouse data. Before creating your own
Business Objects query to retrieve data from the Learning Management data collection, look under Public Folders / Learning Management to see if a Corporate Document already exists for the
information you want.
Note: the Learning Management collection is not available for querying
while the data is being refreshed. Information on the schedule for
refreshing the data is available here.
To see whether the job that refreshes the Learning Management System
(LMS) data in the Warehouse is in progress, check the Data
Warehouse Update/Load Status.
Subscription to the listserv. When you are granted access to
Learning Management data in the Warehouse, a subscription is automatically
set up for you to participate in an E-mail listserv called LEARNINGMGT-WH@LISTS.UPENN.EDU.
(Those with subscriptions to the listserv are called list members. If
list member sends an E-mail note to the listserv, every list member receives
When you have a question. If you have a question about the Learning
Management data, please send E-mail to the listserv -- and if you have
to a list member's question, please E-mail your reply to the listserv
the list members can benefit from the discussion.
The listserv is also the place to send E-mail if you notice that some
needs updating. For documentation published on the Web, please specify
the URL for the documentation that needs to be updated. For Business
documentation (help for Objects), please specify the Universe, Class,
Notification about general and special meetings. From time to
time, notes are sent to the listserv to invite list members to general
to discuss the Learning
Management data in the Warehouse, or to special interest
group meetings to discuss specific issues.