Monthly Archives: January 2008

Using Project Server 2007’s Reporting Database and SQL Server Reporting Services 2005


Hi folks I really love going back to programming if I could manage to get the chance to do so Today I was completely impressed by this article I read from Project Programmability blog if you have time you can … Continue reading

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MS Project 2007: Why and How to split a Task


let me answer the first question: why to split a Task, the answer for this is Either you want to interrupt some work with an other (By You) Or by leveling the resource to maintain the work balance (By the … Continue reading

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MS Project 2007 :: The first 4 Steps to start using Cubes


In this post I will explain the steps required to make your Database Server (I am talking about SQL 2000) ready for MS Project 2007 Cube Building 1) Verifying and Installing Analysis Services SP4 From Control Panel ==> Add Remove … Continue reading

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New SQL 2005 Reporting Service Report Pack for Project Server 2007


Hi New SQL 2005 Reporting Service Report Pack for Project Server 2007 has been released Follow this link to download http://blogs.msdn.com/project/archive/2007/01/30/sql-server-reporting-services-report-pack-for-project-server-2007.aspx Best Regards Bilal Okour

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MS Project 2007: Editions Comparison


Hi If you are asking about the differences between different editions of MS Projects 2007 then I can till you that there are three different editions Microsoft Project 2007 Standard Microsoft Project 2007 Professional (connected to Microsoft Project 2007) Microsoft … Continue reading

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For Project Managers: 2007 Link Mish Mash


Another great post for leaders and managers http://ravenyoung.spaces.live.com/Blog/cns!17376F4C11A91E0E!4030.entry Enjoy!! Bilal Okour

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IT Project Managers: How to NOT Leading Geeks ??


I read this article and I really admit that the "facts" the author introduced deserve to have a stop for more than reading  ProjectSteps: Leading Geeks Best Regards Bilal Okour

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