This blog post was inspired by a question from Greg – and thought this might be the best way to answer. The podcast is just the commentary – so if things are not clear please view the screencast to see what I was talking about! The demo shows restoring a content database backed up from […]
Mike Plumley from our UA team has done a great job in producing some walkthrough screencasts of a Project Server 2007 farm installation and also configuration of OLAP. These follow TechNet articles but show you all the steps involved. They are available for download as wmv files. Installing Project Server 2007 (four parts) Using SQL […]
This was a recent support issue with great work from Kate and Shazeb in getting to the resolution. Getting either of them to take credit was a harder job – so they get to share. The scenario is – you create a project plan, publish and create a workspace, then go to that workspace and […]
This podcast is a talkthrough of the process of building a cube. I forgot to mention firewalls which can also block access to SQL/Analysis Services – so see the TechNet artilces for details. For other blog postings on this topic go to http://blogs.msdn.com/brismith/archive/tags/Analysis+Services/default.aspx.
As promised in my previous blog, here are a couple of different formats for download. The first is the original wmv used in the Silverlight streaming version, and the second is the same but formatted for the Zune (or any other handheld that shows wmv). I did try H.264 format, but it seemed to bloat […]
Here is my first attempt at a Silverlight Streaming Screencast. My apologies for the really bad lip sync in the short Picture-in-Picture section. Either a slip by me in editing or a breakdown in the space-time continuum between my webcam and the microphone. Probably the former. I’ll look at some other encodings for making available […]