Christophe Fiessinger's Blog Updates on Microsoft's Enterprise Social Networking (ESN) and Project Portfolio Management (PPM) offerings
(August 20, 2009 update, check out this Second Report Pack for Project Server 2007)
We have released last week an updated version of our EPM 2007 demo VPC. Please find below the SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) reports used in that VPC.
All these SSRS reports are using the Project Server 2007 Reporting database as a data source.
Please note the Earned Value Trend reports will require a custom stored procedure (included in the attachment).
This pack includes the following reports:
To deploy the Project List and Project Detail reports check the following post: Fields required to run Project List and Project Detail Reports; for the Timesheet Compliance report check this post:How to deploy the Timesheet Compliance Report
Learn more about Office SharePoint Server 2007 and related technologies to take advantage of the full enterprise capabilities. This site includes highlighted learning resources for developers and IT professionals.
An must read blog post from Mike Watson: More Clarification Needed? Geographic Separation of SharePoint Farm Components.
Excellent post from Martin Winzig (thanks Chris Boyd for blogging it) : http://projectserver.cz/cms/index.php?itemid=35
Basically this code sample will retrieve the Shared Service Provider’s name (using reflection) as well as each of the four Project Server database connection strings.
It thus eliminates storing extra information in configuration files and makes customization easier to deploy and maintain.
Code sample here with ProjectInfo object.
FYI, they are now available (similar to EPM 2003) here: Learn about available roles for Project Web Access
Depending on your role in your organization and what security permissions are assigned to you, you will have access to different features of Microsoft Office Project Web Access. The following role guides present broad overviews of Office Project Web Access functionality from the perspective of the different roles you might have.