Thank you for attending my PSI review MSDN webcasts, I really enjoyed delivering them. I think if I deliver again it’ll need to be three webcasts, I barely finished part A, and left out three web services in part B. Below is some of the Q&A I’ve gotten.
Create a custom timesheet import UI. So create timesheet from data in Excel for example (each row as a new timesheet maybe?)
I want to work on top of various projects that have a certain CustomField value. Going into every project's dataset takes waaaay too long. Is there a better way to do this with PSI?
Is it ok to use VB for all this stuff or is it much better to use C#?
I am trying to sync the values in a Look up table with an external SQL table so the two stay in sync. What is the best way to do this? the table is a customer table from the accounting system
What types of programming tasks are going to take existing GUIDs, and what tasks will require us to generate our own GUID? Queueing? Object Creation? It would seem like Project Server would want to own the GUID, for sync'ing and stuff, right?
I don't mean to oversimplify, but if we have an admin backup scheduled daily, isn't that what you are referring to as the 'archive' (although with code you can have more control rather than an all or nothing).
Do you have any customers that are automatically tweaking the queue configuration settings in a production environment?
For AD Credentials, I use the NetworkCredentials class, which class do I use for the Forms logins? I don’t use it, just curious.... It blocks my outbound webservices connection, I can't seem to authenticate properly, any tips?
PingBack from http://names.linkablez.info/2009/04/03/psi-review-msdn-webcast-demos-and-qa/
Yes it’s true I’ve been cheating on my blog and (it’s too embarrassing to say)… posting to another blog.