#SharePoint 2007 / 2010 Reporting #SP2010 #PS2010 #ProjectServer #BI #businessintelligence #SQL

August 21, 2012 at 11:00 am | Posted in Add-on, Customisation, Functionality, Information, T-SQL | 5 Comments
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A quick blog post to highlight a new product that CPS have released. The product is called SharePoint ReportLink. Details for the product can be found below:

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http://www.cps.co.uk/What-We-Do/Pages/SharePoint-ReportLink.aspx

http://www.cps.co.uk/What-We-Do/Documents/SharePoint%20ReportLink.pdf

This product enables end users to easily create reports on SharePoint data using their favourite reporting technology without having to use the SharePoint web services. The product is an easily installable SharePoint solution (WSP file). Once the solution is installed, configuration is very simple too, users specify what lists and fields in those lists they wish to report on. The data is then available in real time in a specified reporting database. This enables users to create reports on SharePoint data using T-SQL to the custom reporting database rather having to use the SharePoint web services to access the data. This is particularly useful for Project Server programme level reports where you want to read data from multiple project sites in the one report.

Look out for a full blog post very soon where I will demo the configuration and usage to show you how powerful and simple to use this product is.

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  2. […] from my previous post where I briefly introduced a new product from CPS called SharePoint ReportLink, as promised, this […]

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