The June CU is out for Project and Project Server – and we have the full details posted at http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectadministration/archive/2012/06/29/microsoft-project-server-and-sharepoint-server-2007-and-2010-june-2012-cu-announcement.aspx. Thanks Rob for the information.
A couple of quick points worth mentioning:
- We have a delay on the roll-up package for 2010 – so if you usually use the roll-up and need to test Project Server fixes you can do this with the individual package until we get the rebuild – hopefully later this week. *** Update: Now available! ***
- On the 2007 side the June CU for Project Server does include the fix for the Reporting Publish issue I wrote about at http://blogs.msdn.com/b/brismith/archive/2012/05/23/project-server-2007-reporting-project-publish-queue-job-fails-to-complete.aspx – so if you have been suffering with that one your wait is over. Sorry for the inconvenience that I know this issue caused many of our customers.
Final point – and a frequently asked question – what is the difference between a hotfix and a cumulative update? In reality nothing – for Office and SharePoint the Cumulative Update is really just a hotfix released on a defined timetable – every other month, around the last Tuesday of the month. The KB article will always describe it as a hotfix – and it generally does not mention the term Cumulative Update. The TechNet Update Center is a great place to go for all information on the updates – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/office/ee748587.aspx. There is an RSS feed too!