This is Part 2 of Performance Point – the Good and the Bad – Part 1, which can be found at http://blog.tallan.com/2012/12/16/performance-point-the-good-and-the-bad/
That article focused on the good features of Performance Point (PP) out-of-the-box (OOTB). This one focuses on the not-so-good features, or lack thereof – and some tips for dealling with some of these issues. Given its focus, it is somewhat more technical and requiring of familiarity with the product than Part 1.
This posting presumes the reader has at least a basic understanding of what Microsoft’s Performance Point (PP) offering is, at least at the level of wanting to assess whether it is appropriate for your requirements. Basic familiarity with Microsoft’s Analysis Services is also required to get the most out of the observations I provide. If you have that background, this two-part posting should prove helpful in making an assessment of whether PP might suit your requirements, in whole or in part.