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I know that in the ProjectServer REST API, there is a property on Task objects called IsSubProject. So I can get all the summary tasks that represent sub projects within a master schedule by this query:

/_api/ProjectServer/Projects('project-id-here')/Tasks?$filter=IsSubProject eq true

But, then I can't figure out how to get the Project objects for those sub-projects. I can't do a query of all projects and filter by name, because the summary task name can be different than the actual file name/project name of the Project. And the Task Id does not match the Project Id.

I can get the corresponding Task objects from the ProjectData service, but there doesn't seem to be any additional information linking it to the actual sub-project Project. (The ProjectData tasks don't even have IsSubProject.)

How can I get to the sub-project's Projects?

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