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

Following from my previous post where I briefly introduced a new product from CPS called SharePoint ReportLink, as promised, this post demonstrates the ease of use and ease of reporting on SharePoint data when using SharePoint ReportLink. For the purpose of this blog post, I have already deployed the solution to my test VM. Worth... Continue Reading →

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

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: 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... Continue Reading →

#SharePoint #SP2013 Project Site visibility in #ProjectServer 2013 #Office365 #PS2013

In this post I will look at the new functionality that allows you to have visibility of the SharePoint 2013 project sites / SharePoint sites that have a Task list in Project Server 2013. I mentioned this functionality in a previous post last week: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2012/07/19/first-look-at-projectserver-online-office365-ps2013-sp2013/ The SharePoint 2013 Project Site template by default has a... Continue Reading →

#ProjectServer 2010 new Portfolio Analysis error #PS2010 #SP2010 #MSProject

I recently came across an issue on a client site and on the Project Server forums with creating a new Portfolio Analysis, clicking the new button threw the error below: In the ULS logs the following lines were key to resolving the issue: Exception occurred in method Microsoft.Office.Project.Server.BusinessLayer.LookupTable.ReadLookupTablesMultiLang System.Data.ConstraintException: Failed to enable constraints. One or... Continue Reading →

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