MPUG has a neat article about reporting in Project Server.

If you are not subscribed to receive updates from http://www.mpug.com/, I would recommend you subscribe. Because I'm subscribed, I received email notification of new posts today and was interested by this post, which I think others may find useful. http://www.mpug.com/articles/present-your-project-reports-panache/?utm_source=MPUG+Newsletter&utm_campaign=fe1eb8e13a-Member_Newsletter_Aug_11_2015&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_36cd7e414e-fe1eb8e13a-138007881

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Can I make changes to the Reporting DB?

A customer asked me today if he could make changes to the Reporting database in his Project Server 2010 environment.  The short answer is, yes, you can create entities in the Reporting database.  Below is a scrubbed version of the conversation. Customer: I have a request from the business to create one or more custom…

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Project Server 2013 Reporting Database Schema and OLAP Reference

I learned today that there is a Project Server 2013 reporting database schema tool that can be downloaded.  Here’s the link to more information and the download itself:  http://blogs.msdn.com/b/project_programmability/archive/2013/01/28/project-server-2013-reporting-database-rdb-schema-reference.aspx.  There are differences in reporting of on-premises vs. Project Online.  For Project Online, you can use REST queries of the ProjectData OData service. See the links for info. The…

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