Just checking in… updated

One problem that our customers appear to be running into is checking in projects.  We do have a bug that appears to leave projects checked out when you wouldn’t expect them to be.  But I suspect that in many cases it may be that the architectural changes to 2007 have caused some of this confusion […]

Update to OLAP Issue: February release of SQL Server Management Objects works with Reporting Services add-in for SharePoint

If you are a regular reader you may remember that the loading of the Microsoft SQL Server 2005 SP2 component “Reporting Services Add-in for Microsoft SharePoint Technologies” broke the OLAP cube builds as it removed a required component when used on an aplication server that was not the SQL Server host too.  Well if you load […]

Update to the Project 2007 SDK Now Available!

Online at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=2672F6F9-7028-4B30-99A2-18CB1EED1ABE&displaylang=en you can now download the latest SDK with plenty of new content.  The online version will also be updated in the next day or so.  New topics for this April 2007 release are:- · XML Schema References for Project (15 topics; includes the ChangeList Schema Reference) · Changes for Custom Project Guides  · […]

SQL Deadlocks and the Project Server 2007 Queues

I had a question from my blog (thanks Alex!) on SQL deadlocks and error messages like the following on a busy server. System.Data.SqlClient.SqlError: Transaction (Process ID 84) was deadlocked on lock resources with another process and has been chosen as the deadlock victim. Rerun the transaction. You will also see error id 7747 in the […]

Another way to troubleshoot Unknown Errors

I had a comment posted by Vince Rothwell of a suggestion for troubleshooting the type of errors described in my last posting and thought it was worth a full posting rather than getting lost in comments.  Vince gave me a link to his blog at http://blog.thekid.me.uk/archive/2007/02/15/a-solution-to-quot-an-unexpected-error-has-occurred-quot-in-wss-v3.aspx where he describes making some changes to the web.config file […]