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  • Blog Post: Specifying Your ADOMD.NET Data Provider Version

    A while back, I wrote a post about how to get your PerformancePoint 2010 installation working with SQL 2012 .That post talked about where to find the SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 feature pack that contains, among other things, version 10.5.2500 of the ADOMD.NET data provider, which PerformancePoint needs in...
  • Blog Post: Changing the Look of your PerformancePoint Dashboards with SharePoint Themes

    Hello, I’m Kevin Beto, the Test Manager for the Office BI team and co-author of Microsoft PerformancePoint Services for SharePoint 2010 UNLEASHED, and I’d like to tell you about some of the changes we made to support the SharePoint “Change the Look” functionality that we’re...
  • Blog Post: Introducing PerformancePoint Services 2013

    Greetings, everyone. It has certainly been a big few weeks for us here on the Office team. The Office Next blog was released, and it's overflowing with great information. Plus, information about the integration throughout Office BI, and how people experience data , is spectacular. Each day that I read...
  • Blog Post: Leveraging PerformancePoint in HTTPS Enabled Sites

    This blog is long overdue, and it is something that support has encountered from customers for some time. If you have tried to configure PerformancePoint Services to work in an HTTPS enabled site, you will probably have run into several error messages when attempting to create a data source connection...
  • Blog Post: How to Refresh a Cached Excel Services Report

    This post doesn’t so much describe how to do something as why you shouldn’t worry about something you may see. It can be unnerving to make a change in a SharePoint object, then not see the change when you check for it. Here is a case where there is an explanation for that behavior. Here is...
  • Blog Post: Time Intelligence Differences between Grids and Scorecards

    Time intelligence (TI) is one of the great features of PerformancePoint, but it has always taken users time to understand and implement. And we have received more than a few discussion list posts and customer inquiries when things don't add up -- literally. Today, I wanted to draw your attention to a...
  • Blog Post: What’s So Special About SharePoint’s December Update?

    Just in case you didn’t already know, a cumulative update for SharePoint Server 2010 was released in mid-December, and it’s a big deal for business intelligence. Cumulative Update 2011-12 (CU 2011-12) for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 is exciting because it enables people to view PerformancePoint...
  • Blog Post: You Can Use SQL Server "Denali" PowerPivot Models as PerformancePoint 2010 Data Sources

    Since SQL Server Denali hit the public download space, several people have tried using it to create PowerPivot models as data sources for PerformancePoint 2010 . And why shouldn't they? PerformancePoint works just fine in the scenario where you specify the reference to a PowerPivot model in the data...
  • Blog Post: Finding the Latest PerformancePoint 2010 Services Updates

    Sometimes it's difficult to find the latest updates for SharePoint 2010 and for PerformancePoint Services, specifically. The easiest way to see these latest updates is to visit the Microsoft Office Update Center or subscribe to the Updates for Microsoft Office and Related Products RSS feed . You can...
  • Blog Post: Everything you need to know about PerformancePoint Services 2010

    It’s been quite a while since the PerformancePoint Blog has been updated. We’ve taken a look at what we’ve done with the blog so far, and what we’d like to do going forward. Starting with this month, May 2011, you will be able to expect a new, stronger heartbeat of content being published. Each month...
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