Re: Reporting in Project Server
From: Dale Howard [MVP] ("Dale)
Date: Wed, 26 Jan 2005 12:55:21 -0700
A. You would need to use a master project for this purpose. To create a
master project, open a blank project, then click Insert - Project. Select
the projects you wish to report against and click the Insert button. You
can expand/collapse the summary tasks in each project as needed, and even
apply the Milestones filter if that would help.
B. The only fields available by default in the Portfolio Analyzer views are
custom enterprise Project and Resource outline codes.
Hope this helps.
-- Dale A. Howard [MVP] Enterprise Project Trainer/Consultant http://www.msprojectexperts.com "We wrote the book on Project Server" "Katie" <Katie@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message news:1EB1A455-26C3-494F-A66A-FEB18100363F@microsoft.com... > We're intested in providing reports that show milestone and task data (the > Gantt chart view) for multiple projects. > a. Scorecard - we're interested in creating a report that would show all > projects across the top and all milestones along the side and indicate the > status of each project against each milestone > b. Portfolio Analyzer - the fields that we'd like to see available for > custom reports in the portfolio analyzer are not available in the > "available > fields" pop up box. Is there a way to customize this list? >