Just a quick post today, I am pleased to announce that yesterday I was awarded with the Microsoft Community Contributor Award 2011.
Quite often clients want to report on the dates when the baselines were saved. This information is not available out of the box in the databases using T-SQL. This post explains how to get this data into the database so that is accessible using T-SQL in the Reporting database. Firstly we need to create 11... Continue Reading →
By default out of the box you will only see the three state workflow in the Project Sites, to make use of the other default SharePoint 2010 workflows you can activate the “Workflows” Site Collection Feature on the PWA site. Once this is enabled you will see the following workflows on top of the default... Continue Reading →
Quite often I hear clients asking for a filtered view of the Project Server project workspaces / project sites, unfortunately out of the box this is not possible. There are two main options for this, the first is to create your own custom Project Sites web part or the second option is to create an... Continue Reading →
Following on from my previous post Customising the Project Professional install, this post looks at slipstreaming the Project Professional 2010 updates into the Project install media. This simplifies the install as there is just one install file to run. This post will look at slipstreaming Service Pack 1 and the June 2011 Cumulative update into... Continue Reading →