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  • Blog Post: Create new Dashboard Designer data source to Analysis Services using per-user identity

    Issue There are a number of different types of data sources that we can create in PerformancePoint Services Dashboard Designer, and a number of different ways of creating them. This article describes a way in which we can create a new Analysis Services data source in Dashboard Designer using per...
  • 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: 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...
  • Blog Post: Using MOSS Text filter linked to Scorecard to dynamically pass TI formula

    Time Intelligence (TI) Filters in PerformancePoint Services for SharePoint provides filtering on data-time values with respect to the current date-time. The limitation, however, is that the formulae need to be defined before the dashboard is published. This article explains how users can have ability...
  • Blog Post: Modifying PPS Dashboards with SharePoint Web Parts

    In a session I gave at TechReady 10, I talked about the difference between dashboards and dashboard definitions. In the session, I made a point to talk about the difference between dashboards and dashboard definitions. Dashboard definitions are the ddwx files that you’re used to working with when you...
  • Blog Post: A General Caching Overview for Performance Point Services for SharePoint 2010

    The purpose of this article is to briefly describe the caching structure of Microsoft Office Performance Point Server (PPS) and to help give a better understanding the caching structure and its function. We’ll discuss what information gets cached, where caching takes place and runtime considerations...
  • Blog Post: PerformancePoint Services and SharePoint Web Parts Play Well Together

    One thing that I think is so powerful about PerformancePoint Services for SharePoint 2010 you might not find on the feature card. You might catch a reference to it in a demo or read it in a an article and not even notice it. The feature in question is web part connectivity. When you see a nice PerformancePoint...
  • Blog Post: New Business Intelligence Services in SharePoint Server 2010

    The poster, Getting started with business intelligence in SharePoint Server 2010 , is a review of all the business intelligence (BI) services in SharePoint Server 2010 (Beta) and can be downloaded in Visio , PDF , and XPS file formats. You will notice that PerformancePoint Server 2007 is integrated into...
  • Blog Post: What is PerformancePoint Services for SharePoint 2010?

    The PerformancePoint Blog’s design refresh is not a coincidence. A lot has been going on with PerformancePoint as we gear up to release Office 2010, specifically SharePoint 2010. Before we go into what is exciting about PerformancePoint Services for SharePoint 2010, let’s level set by taking a quick...
  • Blog Post: PPS Planning - How to display and launch assignments from SharePoint

    SharePoint has rapidly become the preferred platform for team collaboration in the enterprise. It provides a central place for information, tasks, documents and much more of the business related content that users need to access every day. One of the common requests we hear from customers is that...
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