Timesheet Error – ‘There has been an error processing a timesheet for which you are/were responsible’

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on September 28, 2010

Timesheet Error – ‘There has been an error processing a timesheet for which you are/were responsible’ This error will appear in the project server queue as ‘Failed and Blocking Correlation’ generally as a ‘Timesheet Review’ job type: Reason: The timesheet manager is trying to approve timesheets and due to either a large amount of traffic

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The EPM solution infrastructure requirements

Posted By Posted by: Laith Adel on September 24, 2010

  The EPM solution infrastructure requirements can be categorised into 2 main categories: Hardware Software   Hardware The hardware category has two folds or complements that need be thought of and decided: Servers’ Farm Topology: this basically cover the design of the three tier solution, where the number of servers for each tier is decided,

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Retaining the current schedule task start and finish dates when using my tasks in PWA

Posted By Posted by: Dan Stopher on September 24, 2010

  When using My Tasks in Project Server a Team member can submit a proposed revision to the task start and finish dates to the PM for review by updating the start and finish dates and submitting for approval. If the PM rejects the update the Team Member is notified of this by the display of the

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Features and Limitations of using 2010 Online Editing

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on September 11, 2010

Brian posted this link to a new document posted on the Microsoft Project Hompagecontaining a slide deck detailing the limitations of the new 2010 Online Editing feature, I thought that it was definitely worth a mention here as this is one feature that I have had a lot of experience with in 2010. Here’s a snapshot of the

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Replacing Local Resources with Enterprise Resources – for in progress tasks

Posted By Posted by: Dan Stopher on September 6, 2010

When migrating projects into Project Server we frequently are faced with the requirement of replacing local resources with their enterprise equivalents. A number of methods can be used to achieve this. Including: Use the Tools, Build Team feature to Replace local resources with Enterprise resources. Use the Tools, Build Team feature to Add Enterprise resources.

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Project Server or EPM Implementation Approaches

Posted By Posted by: Laith Adel on September 1, 2010

After few years of experience with implementing Project Server or (Microsoft EPM), I’ve seen many approaches to implement it, successfully or otherwise.   In summary it all ends up being one the following approaches:   Two Steps Approach: where you go through the standard approach of collecting requirements, design, then develop and test. Notes on

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