Creating a Task Summary Crystal Report from Microsoft Project Server
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Published: 07 Jun 2006
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In this article Eric takes you through creating a Crystal Report that helps Project Managers using Microsoft Project Server summarize incomplete tasks.
by Eric Landes
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Introduction

For many developers, after years of coding they may move up to working on project management tasks in their career.  After years of software development, the project management track makes sense, as experienced developers know the tasks associated with custom software development. This experience helps with estimating tasks and leading groups of developers.

Those project managers, in most cases, utilize Microsoft Project software to help track their projects.  Those in large enterprises may utilize Microsoft Project Server.  Project Server has many great features for the Enterprise project manager, including resource Management, customization ability and more.

I have found myself in this camp, with a lot of experience with Microsoft Project Server.  This version of Microsoft Project is the Enterprise Project Management offering from Microsoft.  This article aims to show how to create a report from Project Server.  Specifically, we will be creating a report that displays tasks without actual compete dates.  We will have parameters that will allow the users to filter the reports by different criteria.


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