*** Update 5/17/2013 - That update was a little too quick and totally wrong... Thanks to Tony Blackburn of QuantumPM for putting me straight. The rollup package was released and is available at http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2737990. The note below should have been targeted at the April 2013 MSO updates and not SharePoint Server. Sorry for the false alarm and confusion everyone! ***
Quick update – I mentioned in the original April CU release e-mail - http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectsupport/archive/2013/04/11/microsoft-project-server-2007-2010-and-2013-april-2013-cu-announcement.aspx that there was a delay in the rollup package for Project Server 2013 which includes the Sharepoint Server fixes – and delay got to a point where the decision was taken to NOT release the SharePoint package for April (and therefore also not release a rollup) but hold off for the June 2013 Cumulative Update. If you are waiting for a Project Server fix then no problem – we already released the April CU just for Project Server – 2760261, but if you want the rollup then you should wait until June. If you are waiting for a specific SharePoint fix that was due in April then I suggest you talk with your SharePoint support contact about getting these earlier than June.
can you comment on the status of the publically available CU April 2013 that is still around?
Is that simply missing some SharePoint related fixed or did some regression bugs occur? I'm curious because this so-called CU sit still available as download.
Sorry Adrian - nothing wrong with the CU - just something wrong with my brain when I wrote the original posting. I need a hotfix ;). Sorry for the confusion.
When I tried to download this CU today, getting blank page.
Thanks for sharing!
Martin from <a href=“www.grobmanschwarz.de/project “> MS Project Server </a>
There is a prerequisite to this CU Rollup Package which is MARCH 2013 PU.
Can you please clarify if the following is correct:
Install MARCH 2013 PU
***Do not run PS-Config (as this will fail)***
Install APRIL 2013 CU (Rollup)