Larry's Project Dev Blog

The musings of developing for Microsoft Project.

June, 2006

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    Project Server 2007 Custom Fields

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    I got a question about updating of custom fields and outline codes that was very Project Server 2003 centric in the way it was asked. Instead of answering the question let me give a quick tutorial on custom fields in Project Server 2007. This will in...
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    Reading a Lookup Table

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    In the spirit of the custom field discussion the other day, how about a little blurb on Lookup Tables? Someone sent me some fairly straightforward code that was throwing an exception. Here is the code: try { WebSvcLookupTable. LookupTable LookupTableWebservice...
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    Allowed Characters in Project Server

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    Anyone that has burned by OLAP cube problems, ADSync issues in Project Server 2003 is definitely sitting up at this point. All the systems integrating within the Microsoft “stack” creates opportunity for incorrect characters. What is valid in AD may not...
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    Project Server 2007 SDK

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    I’m still working through some of the questions that have come up in the last few weeks. Where is the Project Server 2007 SDK? First is the online version at: http://msdn2.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms512767.aspx Next is the downloadable version...
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    Modifying RTF Notes

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    In Project Server 2007 the Project Server Interface (PSI) was designed to expose as much to developers as possible. But of course along the way certain compromises have had to be made (as happens if you ever want to ship a product). I want to point out...
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    Where's Waldo???

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    Once again I disappeared from my blog, but I have a good reason, and it will be good for the readers out there. I've be out at customer sites delivering Project Server 2007 development training for three out of the last four weeks. Why is this good for...
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    Apologies on Comments

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    I wanted to apologize to those of you who have submitted comments and they haven't shown up. I'm not hiding out and ignoring you, well I kind of was, but not you specifically. It seems somebody thinks a Project Server blog is a good place to sell auto...
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    Project Server 20007 VPC (BETA 2) Image Corruption

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    I've gotten a few notes about the VPC image for Project Server 2007 on BetaPlace being corrupted. We found out about the problem on Monday morning and pulled the image. Lucky for me it was a problem on the BetaPlace server hardware, and not the original...
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    Inheriting the Right Web Service Helps

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    Five today, I've got a lot to get out of my brain :). In a previous post I talked about delivering developer training. My first delivery was on my newly created Beta 2 VPC. Beta 2 was still five days away from release when I started teaching. All my...
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