How to print enterprise calendar in Project Server 2010? RRS feed

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  • Dusan --
    There is no easy way to print an enterprise calendar in Microsoft Project 2010.  The best you can do is to print a calendar report.  Try the following steps:
      • Launch Microsoft Project 2010 and connect to Project Server.
      • Create a new blank project.
      • Click Project > Project Information.
      • In the Project Information dialog, click the Calendar pick list and select the enterprise calendar you about which you want to report.
      • Click Project > Reports > Overview.
      • Select the Working Days report and click the Select button.
    The resulting report will show you the working schedule and holidays on every enterprise calendar.  You will need to click the Down button to see each of the reports.  Truthfully, the resulting report is really lame, but I am not aware of any other way to report about enterprise calendars.  Hope this helps.

    Dale A. Howard [MVP]
    VP of Educational Services
    "We write the books on Project Server"

    Thursday, October 18, 2012 1:15 AM
  • Thanks, Dale.

    I want to print enterprise calendar for each resource (holidays, exceptions, working days, sick, ...).  Something like calendar in Outlook. Maybe you know in which database(table) ProjectServer save data from resource enterprise calendar.

    Thanks for your help.



    Thursday, October 18, 2012 4:20 PM
  • Hi Dusan,

    you cannot access the calendar directly in the database.

    But you can use the MSP_EPMResource_By_Day view in the database. This has a "base capacity" and a "capacity" column.

    All rows where "capacity" != "base capacity" are exceptions in the calendar of the resource.

    Hope that helps


    Sunday, November 18, 2012 9:01 AM
  • And take a look at this post as to how you can create a calendar using SSRS and the Project Reporting database. Point it to the ResourceByDay table as your datasource.

    Treb Gatte | @tgatte |

    Monday, November 19, 2012 1:06 AM