Category: SharePoint

Microsoft Project Server 2019 Preview available

Hello everyone, If you are a user of Microsoft Project Server on-premises version you can download and test the Microsoft Project Server 2019 preview, Download Here. This new version includes enhancements to performance, scalability, reporting, accessibility and an expanded set of resource engagement APIs and also the robust collaboration and capabilities from SharePoint Server 2019.…

Configuring the SSL certificate to SharePoint 2016

Hi everyone. Last week I was having fun installing a Project Server 2016 for a customer, and after creating a workflow, I started to receive an error when the workflow tried to send an email to my user. So, the first thing I did was open the ULS log, and I found the following error:…

New option Project Server Settings – SharePoint Lists

Hello everyone, A new Project Server Settings option is enabled now for SharePoint Lists. Now, when you create a new list using the “New Experience” and you want to map the columns on the list with the Project Fields you need to do 4 easy steps: Access your list Go to the List Settings Click on…

ReportingWssSyncListFailed (24018) – The field XXXX was missing from the SP list and was ignored

Hello everyone, Have you seen this error “ReportingWssSyncListFailed (24018) – The field XXXX was missing from the SP list and was ignored.” on the Project Online queue? If yes, probably someone has deleted fields from Project Site lists (Issues, Risks, Deliverables). Project Online queue error. The item CommitmentFinish is from the Deliverables list. So, let’s check…

How to switch from Classic to New Experience

Hello, Today I will show a super simple trick, how to switch from classic view to new experience view. If you are using the new experience for your library or list and you had clicked to return to classic SharePoint and now you want to return to the new experience, check this out.    …

Publishing All Projects using Script

Hello!!! Sometimes we need to publish all projects from our customers. We have some options to do that, one of them is using script In my case, I’ve published using the Project Names, but you can do using other fields, just adjust the script. Remember, when you run this script, all items will go to…

Microsoft PnP Webcast

Hello everyone!!! I already post here, showing how to use the SharePoint Online Management Shell to clean up the recycle ben and create a new Project Online Instance using the same name. Yesterday, Microsoft release a PnP Webcast showing how you programmatically can create modern pages and how to update them. Presentation covers following topics:…

Error Sync the task list to the SharePoint site

Hello, Recently, my colleague asked me to help him to open a SharePoint Task list with Microsoft Project Professional. Every time he tried to open the list, he got this error: Sorry, we couldn’t sync the tasks list to the SharePoint site. Please make sure: the SharePoint site is running and is not in read-only…

Primary Key Constraint – Project Online / Project Server

Hello guys, Today when I publish my Project Plan I received an error related to the SharePoint site. Error: ” ReportingWssTransferLinksFailed (24019) –  Violation of PRIMARY KEY constraint ‘PK_MSP_WssListItemAssociation’. Cannot insert duplicate key in object ‘pjrep.MSP_WssListItemAssociation’… ” To fix this error follow this steps: Go to the Server Settings -> Connected SharePoint Sites and Select…

How to delete a PWA and empty the recycle bin via Powershell

Hi everyone!!! Today I will talk about SharePoint Online Management Shell and show you how to use SharePoint Online Management Shell to clean up the Recycle Bin. Let’s explain the scenario: You’ve created two Project Online environments (/PWA and /Projects) but now you decided to use only one. You need to remove 1 Project Online instance and there is…

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