Clearing Microsoft Project cache to resolve issues on opening, saving or publishing projects

Posted By Posted by: Eremo Zanye on July 23, 2019

Cache is a component of Microsoft Project that stores your project data locally on your computer, the concept exists to boost the speed in which data is retrieved. The functionality works in such a way that when you save a project for the first time, all the data information about that project is saved in

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Synchronising PWA schedules to the appropriate SharePoint Task List when dealing with multiple Task Lists

Posted By Posted by: Eremo Zanye on July 15, 2019

Background You may be required to develop a project site with the need for custom lists to be added to existing default lists – Risk, Issues, etc. If the custom list is using the out-of-the-box task type, then a problem may arise. Before discussing the issue, I’ll briefly explain the feature of synchronising a project

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How to close a Project (not task) to timesheets

Posted By Posted by: Dan Stopher on July 2, 2019

In the PPM community it is fairly well understood that we can use the “Lock Tasks to Timesheets” function to stop a timesheet user being able to log time against those tasks in a timesheet. However, I recently had the request where the client was not logging effort against tasks but rather projects and wanted

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