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  • Blog Post: MCS EPM Center of Excellence Team Blog

    Inside Microsoft the EPM COE has always had a strong reputation but outside of Microsoft it was not as well known. This team, which I am very proud to be a member of, just started a team blog here: http://blogs.msdn.com/wwepmcoe/ where we will all be sharing our real world, field tested thoughts, opinions...
  • Blog Post: New Version of Help File version of Project Server Tech Articles

    There is a new version of the help file that contains all the Project Server technical articles . Great if you need to review one while you are away from your internet connection.
  • Blog Post: New Disaster Recovery Info on TechNet

    If you deploy or manage a deployment of Project Server 2007 you should read this new content :
  • Blog Post: Video Blog Post on Task Options in Project Server 2007

    Treb has posted a great video of the options that effect My Tasks. Check it out.
  • Blog Post: Deployment Practices: Configuration >< Process

    It is easy for users new to a system like Project Server to see the configuration of fields, views, reports and security as the whole picture of doing a deployment of Project Server. It is also easy to see why there might be this confusion. On the surface it makes sense. You look at the processes in...
  • Blog Post: No Thanks, I’ll Be Having the Crow

    File this under reason 467 why I don’t make my living as a full time developer. Yesterday I posted some code for parsing out a comma delimited text field, such as a multi-value enterprise field in Project Server 2007. Today a real developer pointed out that there is a function that does the same thing...
  • Blog Post: To RBS or Not to RBS?

    There can be confusion among those deploying Project Server about if they need to define and use an RBS as part of their security structure. There is lots of information and a lot of opinions. Here is more information and one more opinion. Hopefully one that rings true in your experience. When you Need...
  • Blog Post: Project Server Infrastructure Update

    <This is a reposting of content from the Official Project Blog but since it is a pretty important item I am reposting completely.> Introduction On July 15th, 2008 Microsoft announced the availability of the Infrastructure Update for Office Servers. The Infrastructure Update for Office Servers is...
  • Blog Post: Server-Side Calculation of Custom Field Formulas

    So I have a PSI application that pulls data from Oracle Financials and correlates it to specific projects in Project Server. using a key field it brings over 6 fields and writes it to 6 Project level Enterprise Number fields. It updates the fields and then calls QueueUpdateProject which should trigger...
  • Blog Post: VBA Code For Parsing a MultiValue Text Field

    If you are in Project Server 2007 you can have an Enterprise Text using a lookup table that can contain more than one value. If you then need to work with that field data in code (VBA or VSTO) you can use the GetField function to get the value of that field. The catch is that it is returned as a comma...
  • Blog Post: Back to Basics: Groups and Categories

    Project Server security is something that is very flexible once you get used to how it works but it can be a bit confusing when you first look at it. Here are the basics as I explain them to my customers: The Group Groups contain sets of users and they define the system level permissions that those users...