If you remember my blog about the Developer Community from a few weeks ago - and joined up, then you should have seen an invite to a Webcast this week. I have been invited to talk about extending development from Project Server to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server. The topics I am going to cover are:
This final topic has been the most interesting to work on and is related to the work Christophe blogged about on searching Project data - but this time using Project data in SharePoint lists. I will be showing how you could add a column to your SharePoint lists that shows Project names - and other related information. Other uses of this might be to show Resource names, or the RBS as a Business Data column. While I am on the topic of Christophe - he has been very busy lately and has some great postings on TechEd 2008, SQL Server 2008 and general performance improvement tips. And finally a very useful link to the Project Server 2007 hot fixes RSS feed.
4 months ago on Ms project conference all Microsoft guys told me that there isn't way how to get URL of SSP. And now you can :)
May I guess that you find it on my blog how to do it??
can you also show us how to use object PJCONTEXT in project server event hander using System.Reflection, and can you tell us why we have to use reflection to get URL of SSP ?
Can't find links to join/sign in to the Developer Community. Can you help?
I didn't get it from your blog - but it may well have come from the same SharePoint resource. I picked it up from an internal question sent to an internal alias. I won't be covering your specific questions on the PJCONTEXT object in the webcast - but I will try and look in to this and post something soon.
Details were in my posting on 2/7/09 - To identify yourself as someone that would like to join the Development Community, please contact Joyce Bileau, v-joyceb@microsoft for more information. Joyce will just need your name, organization, email, country, and business phone.