As Christophe pointed out in this blog post, we have now a very comprehensive white paper “Best Practices for Migrating to Project Server 2007” that provides guidance, references, and best practices to observe when migrating to Microsoft Office Project Server 2007 from Project Server 2003.
But how does it apply to you as a developer?
Project Server 2007 has a new API – Project Server Interface (PSI) that is a managed code interface opposed to the older Project Data Service (PDS) XML message interface found in previous versions of Project Server. And yes this means a lot 🙂
I’m pretty sure you have already investigated the content in the Project Server 2007 SDK (http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms512767.aspx), so let me point you to this chapter in the 2007 SDK “PDS Parity in PSI Web Services” – http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms197081.aspx. It has 3 articles inside, including equivalence table and code examples.
We would love to hear your feedback on the “PDS Parity in PSI Web Services” or any other feedback on the developer documentation and resources could be shared via EPMDev@microsoft.com. Thanks!