New MSDN Article: Using Project Server Security in SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS) Reports

Do you have a desire to secure the data from Reporting database based on user rights in the Project Server? You might be interested in this:


Big thanks to Stephen C. Sanderlin, MSProjectExperts, who wrote this article and extensive code sample. It’s an excerpt from his forthcoming book, Developer's Guide to Microsoft Project Server 2010.


High-level logic overview of ReportingPSISecurity

Comments (2)

  1. jerry says:

    There is ValleySpeak Project Server that helps me to maintain all my tasks, vacations, meetings, schedules, very easily. I find it the best to use

  2. Shalon Miller says:

    Thanks jerry ValleySpeak Project server was of a great use ,at present even i am using it .Really its very user friendly and its the easy and cheapest way of managing the project i think its has a more advanced feature in it and a best collaborative tool even.

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