Creating a Task Summary Crystal Report from Microsoft Project Server
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by Eric Landes
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We have gone through the database structure of Microsoft Project Server.  We did a deep dive on 3 tables and how they relate to each other.  For more details on Microsoft Project Server database schemas, see the files svrdb.htm and projdb.htm for the official word database schemas. 

If you are working with Project Server data and want to report on it, hopefully this article has helped walk you through how to present some of the data.  Keep managing projects and, as always, keep on coding!

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