Posted by: Charles Maitland | Friday 18 April, 2008

PerformancePoint Service pack

Whilst on the subject of service packs I have read from the excellent blog of Patrick Husting that PerformancePoint should be getting a Service Pack.

The comments indicate that this should RTM in May with 300 fixes.

I know that the feature set that will form the V2 release is now in coding and work is  going on to firm up the specs for V3 so there is a clear commitment from MS to drive the product forward. Will they get there?

EDIT

Needless to say the guys from Adatis are well ahead of me and also have a link that shows that PerformancePoint will be supported on Windows 2008.

EDIT 2

Nick Barclay has pointed to Peter Eb’s Blog which also confirms the SP1 release and some key changes to the way that the Excel add-in works with MDX (Where clauses are in On Pages are out)

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  1. […] Charlie Maitland and Patrick Husting mentioned earlier here and here, PerformancePoint Server Service Pack 1 provides a number of features and fixes. Here are […]

  2. […] There is also a service pack due out for Performance Point soon according to Charlie Maitland’s blog. […]


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