Monthly Archives: July 2008

New series of my articles about Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server on Microsoft Technet

I would like to mention that on Microsoft Technet has been published my two articles about Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007.These articles are only the beginning of a large series of articles on PerformancePoint Server 2007, which I’m going to publish … Continue reading

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Updating PerformancePoint Server 2007 with SP1 – step by step instructions

After launching SP1 for PerformancePoint Server 2007, on many internet forums about PPS, I’ve found many posts describing errors while installing SP1. For example, one of them described problems with planning applications, which disappeared in Business Modeler after upgrading Planning … Continue reading

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Installing Service Pack 1 for PerformancePoint Server 2007 on Domain Controllers

A few days ago I decided to upgrade my virtual machine with PPS (Business Intelligence VPC Release 6). Firstly I decided to upgrade my client components for Monitoring and Planning modules. So, I run two files from SP1 installation package: … Continue reading

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The PPS Monitor & Analyze UDF Project (MAUDF)

      Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007 M&A stores all objects in it’s metadata database (named PPSMonitoring in default configuration). Many of these objects are stored in SerializedXML column of the FCObjects table. So, it is very inconvenient to retrieve and … Continue reading

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How to replace NULL values in Dashboard Designer (MS Office PerformancePoint Server) ?

A few days ago I found an interesting thread on PerformancePoint Monitoring Technet forum. One of users had a problem with replacing empty values on his dashboard, which were created in Dashboard Designer. As it later turned out, replacing empty … Continue reading

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