If you’re a Microsoft Project Server report developer, you’ve no doubt come across the issue of long running reports that look to output time-phased cost data. Things are just fine until you go and add the costs to the query; then your 3 second query turns into a minute and a half. Sure the OLAP […]

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Prasanna Adavi (left) and Dale Howard (right), Microsoft Project MVPs I am pleased to report that EPMA has two Microsoft Project MVPs in attendance at the Microsoft MVP Global Summit in Redmond this week. Our two attendees are Prasanna Adavi and myself, Dale Howard. In fact, Prasanna and I are sitting next to each other right […]

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It is highly recommended that you do not delete Resource/Users when using a PPM tool such as Microsoft Project because you could potentially lose all the history related to the resource/user. For example – You create a user named John Smith who can also be assigned to projects as a resource. You have assigned John […]

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