How to Change the Date Field Format to DD/MM/YYYY in a SSRS report

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on March 25, 2014

Solution: Open the report in the Business Intelligence Development Tool (BIDS)/SQL data tool In the design mode, right click the date textbox and click on properties You have multiple options to do this task. Here are three options for when you select the textbox property dialog box: Option 1 Select the tab ‘Number’ then category ‘Date’ you can then

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How to Hide an Enterprise Project Type in Project Server

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on March 20, 2014

Environment: Project Server 2010/2013 Background: When creating a new project within the Project Center, the list of available Enterprise Project Types (EPT) contains some that are not currently in use. Requirement:  A client has requested to hide the existing EPT type in the list as it is no longer needed due to internal business restructure. Solution: Insert a

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Removing Spaces When an SSRS Report is Exported to PDF

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on March 12, 2014

At EPM Partners we come across this issue quite frequently and so we would like to share the solution with you. Problem: When a SQL Server Reporting Services 2005, 2008 or 2008 R2 report gets exported to PDF, the spaces of a Project Server Multiline text field appear so condensed, that it looks like a

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Installing SharePoint and Project Server 2013 Configuration Wizard Error: No user found

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on March 4, 2014

We were recently completing an installation of SharePoint and Project Server 2013. During the process we were utilizing an installation script, but we received the same behavior whilst utilizing the configuration wizard.  While it was trying to create a new SharePoint Configuration database the installation would fail.  Each Instance would create the shell of the

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