In Project Server 2013 you have the ability to create OLAP databases. This can be a very interesting reporting feature to provide more insights on your resources, tasks and projects. This article describes how I ran into an issue with building your OLAP Database in Project Server 2013 in Central Administration.
My name is Dennis. I am Dutch and I live and work in the UK as an IT consultant. Currently I work a lot with SharePoint online, Microsoft Teams and all the other products of the Office 365 platform. I also like my share of Dynamics 365 and Azure. I try to blog about everything I come across in my daily job. All the content in my blogs are my personal views and experiences.