My SSRS Report is Failing – A Fix For Those Missing or Inconsistent Field Names in a SharePoint List Query

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on August 28, 2014

We’ve all had the situation where our SSRS report fails when the SharePoint list query is looking for fields that either do not exist or have different names in previous versions of the list. Sometimes, this is due to having different versions of the same SharePoint list are active across a project portfolio. Here’s a workaround for

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How to Create a High-Level Project Server 2013 Workflow Design Pattern

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

Below is a reusable pattern for the design of Project Server 2013 / SharePoint Designer 2013 based approval workflows. This applies also to Microsoft Project Online. It covers the maintenance of Steps, Actions and Conditions in the preparation of a multi-stage approval workflow, including workflow status and history list updates and branching logic. Documenting workflow

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It’s a Wrap….Highlights from the Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC)

Posted By Posted by: Dan Stopher on August 11, 2014

The annual Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference (WPC) was in early July.  Senior consultant, Dan Stopher, attended on behalf of EPM Partners and joined more than 16,000 people in Washington DC to gain valuable insights into the direction in which Microsoft is heading. Dan reports the conference was an amazing experience. Senior Microsoft Management representatives –

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