Cognos Impromptu: How do I set up the ODBC connection to Oracle?

I'm a beginner administrator for Cognos and I was wondering how I setup Cognos Impromptu to point to my Oracle database?   Is there a tool or does this configuration reside within Cognos Impromptu Administrator?  Also, how is this done?
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☠ MASQ ☠Commented:
Have you tried the setup & testing manual for Cognos?
http://apsdwh.vlaanderen.be/cognos/help/ug_smpls.pdf
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