***Update*** If you are running MOSS with Project you should NOT load the December CU for MOSS as it has been withdrawn because of a search issue that is resolved in the February CU. Thanks Shazeb for bringing this to my attention. For full details of the reasons see http://blogs.msdn.com/joerg_sinemus/archive/2009/03/26/moss-december-cu-960011-is-not-available-anymore.aspx and for details fot the Feb CU see http://blogs.msdn.com/brismith/archive/2009/03/13/project-server-2007-cumulative-update-for-february-2009.aspx
***Update*** Panic over – I’d misinterpreted an issue we had with a more recent internal build. Everything public is OK and always has been. Just with the weather conditions around Redmond I was having difficuty getting comfirmation. Betterr safe than sorry – hence the warning.
***Update*** We are just investigating a potential anomoly with the 960011 and 960010 patches. For now I suggest just using the individual ones, 959644, 959637 and 960313. I will update again once I know more.
Starting with the December 2008 Cumulative Update for Office Server 2007 (KB960011), the Project Server updates can be obtained packaged together with the Office Server ones – as well as being available individually. Also included in the Office Server CU are InfoPath Forms Server, and of course the core Microsoft Office SharePoint Server fixes including Excel Services. This encompasses both the global and local patches. Windows SharePoint Server Cumulative Update for December 2008 (KB960010) is still kept separate, but does include both local and global patches.
Both these Office and WSS CUs now include their respective Infrastructure Updates – so no need to install separately. To be up to date all that is needed is the latest service pack and the latest CUs for WSS and Office Server. The WSS CU can be requested here, and the Office Server one (including Project Server) here. The client hotfix for Project Professional 2007 can be requested here
These are the KB articles detailing the hotfixes:
Windows SharePoint Server 3.0 – KB959644
Office SharePoint Server 2007 – KB959637
Project Server 2007 – KB960313
Project Professional 2007 – KB959643
and by following the Project Server link you can request the individual Project Server package – rather than getting is as part of the Office Server one (but why would you?). For guidance on deployment of cumulative updates we have this article – http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/dd239177.aspx
And finally – just in time for the holidays the Project Professional 2007 CU does contain the fix for the “check-in pending” issue!
Project 2007 still displays a plan as checked out after the Program Manager checks in the plan. Additionally, the plan is listed as checked in on the server.
I know a lot of you have been waiting for this one. Thanks for your patience.