How to Archive a Lookup Table of Old Values

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on July 10, 2014

Environment: Project Server 2010/2013 Background: A customer has a large list of account codes in the lookup table – some are current and some are very old. Users were complaining that they needed to scan a long list of expired values before finding valid options. Solution: As there is no out of the box solution available

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An Error has Occurred During Report Processing

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on May 21, 2014

Environment: Project Server 2010, Report Server in Native Mode Background: A report throws the below error message when it runs in the Report Manager. Refer to the Snapshot below: Solution: The cause of the issue is that the password is incorrect or expired for the report reader account. (‘DomainName\svc_aumhd_bas02_) configured in the report data source. For example,

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Error: Could not Allocate Space for Object ‘dbo.MSP_PROJECTS’

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on April 9, 2014

Environment: Project Server 2010 Background: New Project failed to publish. Error Details: <Error><Class>2</Class><LineNumber>9</LineNumber><Number>1105</Number> <Procedure>MSP_PUBLISH_PROJECTS_INSERT</Procedure>  <Message>  System.Data.SqlClient.SqlError: Could not allocate space for object ‘dbo.MSP_PROJECTS’.’UQ_MSP_PROJECTS_PROJ_UID’ in database ‘Prod_ProjectServer_Published’ because the ‘PRIMARY’ filegroup is full. Create disk space by deleting unneeded files, dropping objects in the … 590d3019-a6a5-426a-83ff-85188bf2a3ca. The cause of the issue is  a published database had either reached

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EPM Partners’ 2014 Webinar Series

Posted By Posted by: Laith Adel on February 16, 2014

EPM Partners’ Centre of Excellence is a series of webinars about knowledge, best practices and challenges around Microsoft Project Server-based management solutions. The Centre of Excellence is about real life situations and challenges. Rather than demonstrating product features and functions, it is a presentation from experts and leaders in the field, and where appropriate, will reference real-life

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Seven Steps to Correct The Error: “The Root of the Certificate Chain is not a Trusted Root Authority” in SharePoint and Project Server Workflows 2013

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on December 18, 2013

I was recently completing an installation of Workflow for Project Server and I received the following error: “The root of the certificate chain is not a trusted root authority” During this installation I received the error at two different points.The first whilst running the Register-SPWorkflowService command, however I could by-pass this by utilize the –force. This

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The Solution to Error ID: 9133 or 26000 – Project Server 2010

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on September 3, 2013

Background: When a user updates the project using the PWA, the below error message will be received via email: Your Project Update job failed.  Its current state is failed.  It was 50% complete.  It entered the queue Error ID: 9133 Error ID: 26000 Detailed error below – send it to the administrator for more detailed troubleshooting.

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Picture Library Slideshow Web Part Doesn’t Work When a Project Site is Saved as a Template

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on August 1, 2013

Environment: Project Server 2010 Issue Description: Recently, one of our clients requested to configure the “Picture Library Web Part” on the Project site home page. Interestingly, it was working fine until the site was saved as a template. When the new project site was created with the saved template, Picture Library Slideshow Web Part lost

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Project Server 2013 Permission Mode

Posted By Posted by: EPM Partners on July 11, 2013

In Project Server 2013 Microsoft has introduced a new permissions Mode. This mode has been introduced to try and help simplify the management approach of permissions. Many people who haven’t dealt with the project server’s permissions matrix before struggled to understand this design. Microsoft have provided an out of the box permissions mode that masks

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