EPMonDemand User Registration Guide

Posted By Posted by: Peter Williams on April 29, 2013

Requirements Please visit the http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263526.aspx webpage to ensure your web browser meets the minimum requirements. User Account Validation and Logging In Upon receiving a new user registration email, click on the complete registration button. Please note, the email contains a one-time-use security token. Sign in using your Microsoft account credentials. To login into Project Server 2013, a

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Using SRS with SQL databases on EPMonDemand

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on April 29, 2013

EPMonDemand includes SQL Reporting Services 2012 allowing for creation and publishing of SSRS reports using the familiar tools such as Report Builder or BIDS / SQL Data Tools, however due to the need for direct encrypted SQL connections for Report Writing some additional requirements must be met before you can start building reports. However once

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Requesting Access to the Support Site

Posted By Posted by: Peter Williams on April 29, 2013

Requirements Please visit the http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263526.aspx webpage to ensure your web browser meets the minimum requirements. Requesting Access to the Support Site Open Internet Explorer and browse to:- a) https://support.epmondemand.com.au/ (for EPMonDemand customers) or b) https://support.epmpartners.com.au/ (for On-Premise customers with an EPM Partners application support agreement).A redirection to a Microsoft Authentication website occurs. Log in using your Microsoft account credentials. If you

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Creating a Microsoft Account

Posted By Posted by: Peter Williams on April 28, 2013

Requirements Please visit the http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263526.aspx webpage to ensure your web browser meets the minimum requirements. Preamble For more information on what a Microsoft account is, please view the Microsoft video at http://windows.microsoft.com/en-US/windows-live/sign-in-what-is-microsoft-account Creating a Microsoft Account Open Internet Explorer and browse to:- a) https://support.epmondemand.com.au/ (for EPMonDemand customers) or b) https://support.epmpartners.com.au/ (for On-Premise customers with an EPM Partners application support agreement).A redirection to

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Interaction Between SharePoint 2010 Security Groups and Project Server Security Groups

Posted By Posted by: Peter Williams on April 26, 2013

When first introduced to Project Server (which was the 2010 version), I read a lot on the security model and found that every time I thought I had a handle on how it all works, I would encounter a problem related to security and realized that I was obviously still lacking in understanding. This was

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Connect Query String Web Part to SSRS Report Viewer Web Part

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on April 23, 2013

Problem Displaying a SSRS report on a project server PDP feeding the required fields to generate the report e.g. Project UID. Resolution The report will contain a parameter that accepts a project uid. The SSRS report viewer web part is added to the respective PDP and use a query string (url) filter web part to

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Project Server 2013 – Reporting Story

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on April 17, 2013

Introduction Tracking project and/or portfolio progress, and forecasting future performance are the cornerstones of all project management methodologies. While the reporting requirement itself is common and generic in nature, every organisation has specific PM practices which demand unique reporting that will result in the requirement for custom-developed Project Server reports.  To meet this need, Microsoft

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Error Code (2058): New Project Has Been Created Successfully, But Failed to Publish

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on April 2, 2013

Error: Your new <Project Name> has been created successfully, but failed to publish and will not be listed in the Project Center. For more information on the failure, visit the My Queue Jobs page or contact your administrator. Queue Error Details: Datasets: ProjectDataSet Table ProjectResource Row: RES_UID=’ef1d05bf-1aa2-4268-a052-40aa14bfbfd9′ PROJ_UID=’9ef874f5-9b0b-4c8f-90f0-0bcac9e3ea32′ Error rsResourceCannotAddLocalWithSameNameAsEnterprise (2058) – column RES_UID Row:

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