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Required Slide. SESSION CODE: BIE311. Upgrading Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007 to SharePoint 2010. Josh Zimmerman Program Manager Microsoft Corporation. SESSION OBJECTIVES AND TAKEAWAYS. PerformancePoint 2007 Data Import Features that found a new home

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upgrading microsoft office performancepoint server 2007 to sharepoint 2010

Required Slide

SESSION CODE: BIE311

Upgrading Microsoft Office PerformancePoint Server 2007 to SharePoint 2010

Josh Zimmerman

Program Manager

Microsoft Corporation

session objectives and takeaways
SESSION OBJECTIVES AND TAKEAWAYS
  • PerformancePoint 2007 Data Import
    • Features that found a new home
    • Setting up SharePoint (Upgrade Considerations)
    • Security
    • Deploying your Dashboards
  • How to migrate your content
    • Setting up SharePoint (Migration Considerations)
    • Setting up the Dashboard Designer workspace
    • Using SharePoint tools vs. PerformancePoint tools
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performancepoint services in sharepoint 2010
PerformancePoint Services in SharePoint 2010
  • Great Features in SharePoint to Complement BI
  • Centralized Content Management and Security
  • Customization with Views and Templates
  • Scale and Performance
  • Common Filter Framework
  • No OWC (Office Web Components)
data import
Data Import
  • Setting up SharePoint
    • Should I use the BI Center site template?
    • Any site restrictions?
    • What if I had multiple PerformancePoint v1 installations?
    • Why doesn’t the upgrade utility create the site structure?
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Data Import
  • PerformancePoint permissions vs. SharePoint permissions
    • Minimizing the impact to SharePoint security
  • PerformancePoint Specifics
    • Trusted Locations
    • Unattended Service Account
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Data Import
  • Server Role Permissions in 2007
    • Going from server roles to NT Authority\Authenticated Users
  • Item Permissions
    • Based on PPS 2007 Consistency
    • Leave the Site Level Inheritance and Target lists and libraries.
data import tools in central admin
Data Import Tools in Central Admin
  • Why do I publish my Dashboards again?
    • What happens to my 2007 dashboards if I did an in-place upgrade or a content DB attach?
  • Data source might need to be updated.
importing content into sharepoint 2010

Importing content into SharePoint 2010

Josh Zimmerman

Program Manager

DEMO

content migration
Content Migration
  • Determine the site structure early
  • Permissions, keep inheritance in mind
  • Service app configuration and data access
    • Unattended Service account
    • Trusted Locations
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Content Migration
  • Setting up your dashboard designer workspace
    • Load highest level objects first
      • Dependencies of any objects are automatically pulled in.
    • All content you want to be moved needs to be in the workspace.
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Content Migration
  • How to be selective with what you move
    • The migration tool allows you to map content from source to target.
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Content Migration
  • (Not) Using the SharePoint tools
    • Keep your site structure the same
      • PerformancePoint is part of SharePoint . . . With the following exception -- different structures are not supported because of PerformancePoint references.
    • Always publish with Dashboard Designer
summary
Summary
  • Set up your 2010 SharePoint environment first.
  • Move your data from PerformancePoint 2007 to 2010 with the Data Import in Central Administration.
  • Remember the security changes.
  • Migrate your content from one list to another using the Import Items in Dashboard Designer
  • Redeploy your dashboards.
  • The integration with SharePoint and Insights adds significant value to your PPS deployments
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