After a brief pause, this launches the Performance Point Dashboard Designer.
Initially, it will ask you to either create a new data source or to use an existing one.
So while I don’t actually display Resources in the report, I can use that as a hook later on in this post to build filters against – for example providing a resource pick list or automatically filtering the results based on the current user.
Navigate to the Task Usage view and add the Baseline10Cost field to confirm.
Note that some of these links may not yet be active – but will be in the next several weeks.
Performance Point is another one of those underutilized tools in the Project Server reporting tool set.
Take a note of some of the other filter options at the same time.
You may consider using a specific value filter for future reporting requirements. Now I’ll take the same steps to create an Analytic Chart Report.