This blog focuses on customizations and programming for Project Web App, Project Server, Project Professional and Project Standard. Includes User Interface (UI) customizations, Project Server Interface (PSI) and Visual Basic for Applications (VBA) Programming. It also covers Business Intelligence.
If you would like to try out VS 2010 RC using a virtual machine, check out:
Mike Shughrue – one of our top Project consultants just published samples on how to use PowerShell in Project 2010 to call PSIs: http://code.msdn.microsoft.com/pj14PowershellPSI
Why would you care? Want to expose additional PSI objects? Then grab this and follow the “theme”. Your IT friends would love you :) As they e.g. can bulk edit or publish all project using a command line :)
See Project 2010 SDK Documentation for the March update of the online Project 2010 SDK.The pre-release Project 2010 SDK is updated on MSDN. Post-beta builds of Project Server are changed for setting WCF service references and using multi-authentication (where Windows and Forms are both used) with Claims. These issues do not affect the Project Server 2010 beta release.
The topic How to: Use Impersonation with WCF is updated again for the RC release, since the previous update in February. Update of Impersonation Article and Code for Project Server 2010 in the Project_Programmability blog includes code download with the second round of changes that have been made in Project Server 2010 and SharePoint Server 2010 since the beta release.
Topics with major updates:Developing Project Server Workflows (all four subtopics are updated, including a PowerShell script for managing workflow deployment)Prerequisites for WCF-Based Code Samples (includes the corrected changes for creating a PSI proxy)The managed code reference also has more content, particularly in the Workflow and Driver areas.
The SDK download will be updated shortly after product general availability.
Great work Nintex!
This is also great opportunity for all EPM partners to start building workflow templates for managing Project Lifecycle using the Nintex solution as a platform! This also stresses the importance of getting up to speed with SharePoint 2010 as it is a powerful platform for Project Server 2010!
The official announcement URL http://www.nintex.com/en-US/News/Pages/default.aspx (please search for Project Server 2010)
This material might be handy :)
View PowerPoint files from the October 2009 SharePoint 2010 Developer Conference including:
Just heard from number of you the confusion on the HW requirements, let attempt to clear some of it by this post.
We advice the following two components that extremely enhance the performance:
Does 2 versus 4 core make a big difference? No in our testing – the biggest speed improvement is the SSD.
What configuration are you using for most of your demos?