Error Code (2058): New Project Has Been Created Successfully, But Failed to Publish

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on April 2, 2013

Error: Your new <Project Name> has been created successfully, but failed to publish and will not be listed in the Project Center. For more information on the failure, visit the My Queue Jobs page or contact your administrator. Queue Error Details: Datasets: ProjectDataSet Table ProjectResource Row: RES_UID=’ef1d05bf-1aa2-4268-a052-40aa14bfbfd9′ PROJ_UID=’9ef874f5-9b0b-4c8f-90f0-0bcac9e3ea32′ Error rsResourceCannotAddLocalWithSameNameAsEnterprise (2058) – column RES_UID Row:

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Requirement: Users Should be able to See their Own Projects only in a SSRS Report Parameter list

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on March 25, 2013

Environment: Project server 2010, MS SQL Server 2008 R2 non- SharePoint Integrated Mode Objective: To limit users to only be able to access their own Projects/Programs in SSRS Report Parameter. Solution: 1. Create a report dataset with below Query and set the data source connection string ProjectServer_Reporting Database.. SELECT     R.ResourceNTAccount, P.ProjectOwnerName, P.ProjectName FROM        MSP_EpmProject_UserView AS P

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Removing Corrupted Web Parts from a Project Site/Project Server Web Part Page

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on February 27, 2013

Issue: Project Site home page displays Closed/Corrupted WebPart on the page after saving as a Project Site Template. Cause: Web part corruption or closed web parts which have not been deleted on the page. Solution: To fix, you need to follow these steps: 1. Click on Site Actions then Site Settings. 2. Click on Site and

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Are hammock tasks in MS Project useful?

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on October 3, 2012

A common requirement in project scheduling and project server is to have a task that will automatically extend or shorten its duration based on the start/finish dates of other tasks. This could be over the length of a phase or over an entire project. This is particularly useful for the following scenario: A project manager

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Changed Cells not highlighted

Posted By Posted by: Dan Stopher on April 12, 2012

Scenario: Some clients have random users who find that Change Highlighting does “not work” on their MS Project client. Another related request is how to  change the colour of the change highlighting to make it more obvious.   Resolution: Select the Format Ribbon and Text Styles:   Select Item to Change: Changed Cells and apply

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Error in MS Project: ‘The value you entered does not exist in the lookup table of this code. All values must be predefined in the code lookup table. Contact your server administrator to get new values

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on June 29, 2011

  The following error can appear in MS Project. In my case it was when I was attempting to insert sub projects into a Master Schedule. It may also appear in regards to modifying resource custom fields such as the RBS. Cause: It seems that MS Project is unable to handle custom lookup fields that

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Understanding Changing Assignment Units in Project

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on April 13, 2011

Often I am asked by Project users about assignment units and how can you explain the behaviour in MS Project, most often the questions are around why the % assigned units of a particular resource assigned to a task (an assignment) can change unexpectedly. The situation can be explained through the following scenario using MS

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Resource Utilisation Report

Posted By Posted by: Laith Adel on March 10, 2011

I have been asked so many times to develop/configure a resource Utilisation report that would be simple, easy to read by users and accurate. Although Project Server comes with a nice graphical (and tabular) view of resource availably and Utilisation through Project Web Application (PWA) – “Resource Availability” , like the graph below: I find

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Sharing a Project in PS 2010

Posted By Posted by: Dan Stopher on November 23, 2010

Have you ever wanted to share/email a copy of a project that is stored in project server, solicit changes and then synchronise these changes back with the online version? Here’s how: Open the file you wish to share from the server. On the File tab, click Save & Send. On the right, click Save Project

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