Jan Kalis Jan tell me there is an up and coming webcast that may interest you.

In this webcast, we discuss a method of taking advantage of Microsoft Office Project Server security in Microsoft SQL Server Reporting Services reports. We also cover a scenario where a customer has requested a SQL Server Reporting Services report that displays sensitive financial data. The customer only wants executors of the report to see information on projects to which they have access. Join us to learn more.

New “real-world” developer article followed by WebCast on December 16th was just published -

Big thanks to Stephen C. Sanderlin, MSProjectExperts, who wrote this article and extensive code sample. It’s an excerpt from his forthcoming book, Developer's Guide to Microsoft Project Server 2010.

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