How to edit the PWA Home Page Reminders

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on October 5, 2010

  Recently I was asked the question how to modify the reminders webpart on the Project Web Access home page. You may find that within your Project Server solution that you are not using certain functionality (for example timesheeting or status reporting) Follow the steps below to understand how to modify the “Reminders” webpart. Log

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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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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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Your First PerformancePoint Report

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on August 7, 2010

One of the biggest areas of advancement in Project Server 2010 is reporting, with Project now utilising; Excel Services, SQL Analysis Services, SQL Reporting Services and PerformancePoint the options are almost endless. However most people I encounter look at that list and say; “What on earth is PerformancePoint?”, so lately I had another opportunity to

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Quickly Updating the Default BI Data Connections

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on July 12, 2010

As you’ll quickly find in Project Server 2010, if you want to use the default Business Intelligence Center data connections then in order to include your own custom fields, then you’ll need to update the connectors. Here’s a quick guide on doing that to get to that data for your first Project Status Report. Before

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