1. Recording completion date of task when it is marked as completed. ( In your case a check box so below formula may change or you)
You can create a calculated column Completion Date
This will capture the date when task is marked completed in the task list.
2. To track tasks which are already ...
In project server with Project Permission Mode enabled, you can control the PWA setting Links for a specific user by managing his Global permission by doing the following:
Open PWA Settings.
Security > Users.
Global Permissions > Select the Permission you need > Check Allow or Deny.
But unfortunately, you can't manage the permission for a specific link ...
You can't open a file without the software, so you need MS Project. If you want to actually sync an MPP file with a Sharepoint task list, you need MS Project Pro.
You probably have read only permissions over the mpp, if you want to be able to modify it ask the owner of the site for contribute permissions.
In Microsoft Project and Project server, there are two fields % complete and %work complete
Both fields refer to the percent of achievements.but the difference is
%Complete field value calculated based on Duration.
The equation of % complete is = (Actual Duration / Duration) * 100
%Work Complete field value calculated based on Work.
The equation of % ...
Based on your question ,
You opened Microsoft Project > connect to server select the blank project template and in this case, you can find the Publish button.
But if you have selected another template like commercial ...etc , you can't find the Publish button.
This is because The selected templated is not saved to project server
So if you need to use ...
In your screen shot, take note of the name of the current view you're on: "Tasks Summary" (it's in a dropdown towards the right side of the ribbon). Then:
go to the gear icon in the upper right --> PWA settings --> Manage Views
Scroll down, find and click on "Tasks Summary"
In the "table and fields" section, add or rearrange fields as needed.
The Project Team Planner looks like a feature of Project 2010 Professional that can sync SharePoint which would connect Project with SharePoint. I don't have the system setup to help you with how it works or comment on its effectiveness. As to how you manage existing resources in SharePoint with Project. It really depends on the complexity of your needs. ...
What is the Entity Type of Notes?
Task notes are stored as RTF (rich text format) binary data . So its Entity Data Model should be Edm.Binary rather than Edm.String
For more details check Entity Data Model: Primitive Data Types
Based on this Microsoft Article Task notes is a read-only field that is entered via Microsoft project and stored as ...
By default whenever you publish the Project it will sync all Project Task with SharePoint Task List. In order to stop the sync, you can try below two options.
1. Unlink SharePoint Site with Project.
Navigate to Project Server Settings --> Operational Policies --> Connected SharePoint Sites.
Highlight your Project Plan and click on Edit Site Address. In ...
Unfortunately there is not a way to bulk submit status updates on the behalf of other users. An app can only update the status of the task as the user who is authenticated with Project Online.
Principal PM Manager, Microsoft Project Team
Unfortunately, it's not possible
The roll-up feature that used to auto calculate the overall %Complete is not available in the SharePoint Tasks list.
It's only available in the Project Schedule in Project Server & Microsoft Project.
So you're trying to add values to the lookup choices for a field? Not set a task field value e.g. a task "text" custom field.
The problem is that you cannot modify an Enterprise Lookup Table in the client, it needs to be done on the server via one of the server APIs.
The method Application.CustomFieldValueListAdd only supports the local fields e.g. those ...
So the answer is that the Unique ID property isn't available on tasks retrieved through the Project Server endpoint, but it is available on tasks retrieved through the Project Data endpoint. (Yes, in MS Project Server there are two REST web services.) A request to
SharePoint supports calculated fields with syntax that is very similar to Excel. If you have a column with an end date and one or more columns with durations in days, then you can create a calculated column where the total of the duration columns is subtracted from the End date to return the start date.
To keep the calculation as simple as possible, you ...
This is a pretty broad question. First, there is project server and there is ms project, and the options are different, depending on which product you're talking about. As for ms project itself, here are the docs that cover the functionality of syncing with a SharePoint task list:
Yes, it is future proof (until technology X replaces it, just like REST replaced others)
REST is not Microsoft Technology. It is the protocol almost all APIs use.
Edit: Future Proof is mainly a software architecture issue
So you do not sprinkle you code with
context.httpClient.get( .. )
Try it as below:
SP.SOD.executeFunc('sp.js', 'SP.Utilities.Utility.getLayoutsPageUrl', loadMyProjectFiles);
// Getting JS library responsible for Project API
Project server defines the duration as
The total span for working time for a task or project
The working time here depend on the current project server calendar settings.
So if you configured your calendar to have two days as weekends let's say Saturday & Sunday with 8 hours per day and you have a task that starts on Saturday and ends on Tuesday so ...
Based on the wording of your question, it sounds like all you're wanting to do is add additional date fields to the list and manually update those fields and have them display in your list views?
If you're wanting to monitor the record and have it automatically update the date fields, this can be done using SharePoint workflows. Below is a screenshot of ...
What you are looking for is Project Web App. It is part of Microsoft Project Server but can harness SharePoint 2010 to view Project documents as well as creating, editing and managing projects, along with most of the bells and whistles Microsoft Project gives you.
MS Project 2010 Server is something like hybrid of MS Project and SharePoint. It has functionality of SharePoint and some OOTB feature to work with MS Project. You can learn more on official site: http://www.microsoft.com/project
There are three places where columns can be defined: list/library, site (SPWeb) and site collection (SPSite).
Check all three and you will find them, in your case you're probably looking from too high level, e.g., looking at site collection level, when columns are in fact only created to specific site (SPWeb).
There is no option in Project Server to archive completed Projects. As mentioned by jpussacq You can schedule daily backup so that you can have good copy of Project Plan.
If you are using Project Server Permission mode you can do follow below steps:
Create new Manage Catagory and only add people who should see the Archive Projects.
Move completed Projects ...
From Daily Schedule Backup (Project Server 2013)
This article describes how to use the Daily Schedule Backup settings page to select the Project Server 2013 objects that you would like to schedule for back up on a daily basis. This procedure does not back up the physical files of a database (.mdb), but creates backups of specific items in the database. ...