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I want to create a Gant-view showing the vacations for all users. And I have done that but not in the way I want it. Now each user is able to create events for the vacation say 2 events 1.6 - 20.6 and 15.8 - 30.8. These 2 events is shown as 2 rows in the view. I want ONE and only one row for each user regardless if they have 1,5 or 0 events.

Is it possible with Sharepoint 2010 ?

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If you're open to 3rd party software then this may help (disclaimer - its my companies product) – Ryan Jun 16 '12 at 10:49
Do you have SQL Server Reporting Services integrated with your SharePoint 2010? – Taterhead Aug 7 '14 at 10:39

Each task is a single item. On default they are separated even if they are belong to one user. Probably you must use custom view (Visual Studio).

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Thanks, I was afraid that this require coding. – Roland Bengtsson Jun 16 '12 at 10:43

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