Display Project Server 2013 Excel Reports in your SharePoint Site


This post is in continuation to my previous post on Building Excel reports from Project Server 2013 OData Services. Now that you have your Excel Report and started being innovative in building jazzy reports and dashboard, you might want to display it on your homepage so that you could get the snapshot of everything when you … Continue reading Display Project Server 2013 Excel Reports in your SharePoint Site

Building Excel reports from Project Server 2013 OData Services


This is quick walkthrough to showcase how you could build powerful reports from Project Server data online, in a jiffy. I am using the Project Online Subscription from Office 365. However, this should work with your on-premise Project Server 2013 setup as well. So no worries...Interestingly this technique can be extended to any other data … Continue reading Building Excel reports from Project Server 2013 OData Services