Time Reporting Queries (it’s about time)

One of the things I feel a bit like a pioneer about (seriously, it’s pretty similar to churning your own butter) is time reporting. Specifically when it comes to task level status for time reporting from the reporting database. In this post I will include two helpful queries for time reporting – one for timesheet … Continue reading

SharePoint Required Site Columns are a Jerk!

The problem: You have a content type template saved on the server and tied to the content type.  The content type has required fields.  To leave the fields blank, you have to change the content type fields to “optional” in order to make updates to the template.  When you have a huge site collection with … Continue reading

The World’s Tiniest Bug in Project Server 2013

I’m sure it’s ridiculous to be excited about finding the world’s tiniest bug in Project Server 2013, but given that I don’t even have the environment running, it seems reasonable for a nerd like me. This comes in the form of a piece of information and the world’s tiniest bug – In Project Server 2013, … Continue reading