Larry's Project Dev Blog

The musings of developing for Microsoft Project.

October, 2006

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    Microsoft Office Project Bug Bash - WINNERS

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    Thank you to everyone who participated in the Microsoft Office Project Bug Bash Beta 2 Technical Refresh (2TR) Challenge, you have been instrumental in making this contest a great success. Below are the winners that have been selected in the three Challenge...
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    Project Server 2007 Beta 2 TR VM

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    I usually don't announce the availability of the Project Server 2007 VMs on my blog. But since the beta program is closing down, it hasn't really been announced anywhere else. So… (trumpets sound)… the Project Server 2007 Beta 2 TR VM has been available...
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    PS2007 Project Details (VBA)

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    Fourth post, I think this is it. We started with C#, what you normally see the Project Server samples in. We shifted to VB.Net and realized the difference wasn’t too significant. Then we moved into JavaScript, which proved to be challenging. Finally we...
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    PS2007 Project Details (JavaScript)

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    Post three and now things are getting a little more interesting. We leave the blanket of .Net and head out into the cold harsh reality of HTML, XML, and JavaScript. I want to do the same thing I did in the previous examples... get the list of projects...
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    PS2007 Project Details Sample (VB.Net)

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    OK, post two... we've gone to VB.net. If you want to know how to run this program see the C# sample, they are identical. I actually had to recode a lot of the sample, the converters I found didn't handle the UI, which is 90% of the sample. The main difference...
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    PS2007 Project Details Sample (C#)

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    This is the first of a few posts on the same sample. Wow this must be a big sample to have multiple posts... well yes and no. The sample is pretty straight forward: List the projects in an instance of Project Server 2007, then display details about the...
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    Keep Pushing to RTM

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    Althought the posts have slowed I certainly haven't. Building the Beta 2 TR VM has been a much bigger job than originally thought. For beta participants if all goes well (and believe me things have not gone well up to now) the VM should be available for...
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