Using the updated ChangeXML utility for Statusing

The Statusing methods in the Project Server Interface (PSI) in Microsoft Project Server 2010 enable one user to read, submit, and update assignment and task status for another user, without resorting to impersonation. In the Project Server 2007 SDK, the How to: Generate ChangeXML for Statusing Updates article shows how to generate the changeXml parameter…

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Timesheet Solutions for Webcast: Understanding the PSI in Project Server 2010

The MSDN Webcast: Understanding Project Server Interface (PSI) in Project Server 2010 (Level 300) presentation is available for download, when you register for the event. Several of the sample applications that were demonstrated in the webcast are available in the Project 2010 SDK download. The TimesheetSamples.zip file that is attached to this blog post includes…

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ProjTool for Project Server 2010

Note: For the updated article, see Using the ProjTool Test Application in Project Server 2010 in the Project 2010 SDK. The attached ProjTool_ProjectServer2010.zip file includes the ProjTool application and the complete Visual Studio 2010 solution. The ProjTool test application was introduced in the Microsoft Office Project 2007 SDK. Many developers found it useful for creating, examining, and changing data…

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Project 2010 SDK, **March** update (online MSDN only)

See Project 2010 SDK Documentation for the March update of the online Project 2010 SDK.The  pre-release Project 2010 SDK is updated on MSDN. Post-beta builds of Project Server are changed for setting WCF service references and using multi-authentication (where Windows and Forms are both used) with Claims. These issues do not affect the Project Server 2010 beta release. The…

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Update of Impersonation Article and Code for Project Server 2010

Because there have been several recent changes in the post-beta version of Project Server 2010 and Office SharePoint Server 2010, the article How to: Use Impersonation with WCF in the January 2010 release of the SDK is not correct for the 4730.1010 and later builds of Project Server. The article in the March 2010 release…

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Project 2010 SDK – January update

The  pre-release Project 2010 SDK is updated on MSDN. Post-beta builds of Project Server are changed for setting ASMX and WCF service references and using multi-authentication (where Windows and Forms are both used) with Claims. These issues do not affect the Project Server 2010 beta release.New topic:How to: Use Impersonation with WCF  (see note at bottom for Claims)Topics with major updates:Project…

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April update of the Project 2007 SDK is now available on MSDN

The April update of the SDK is now available on MSDN. It includes many final versions of articles that have been published as posts on this blog.   ·         SDK Download: http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=2672F6F9-7028-4B30-99A2-18CB1EED1ABE&displaylang=en . The pj12ProjectSDK.exe download includes (new and updated items in blue bold): o   pjSDK2007.chm (conceptual topics and managed code reference – the same…

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Creating a PSI Extension

Overview The Project Server Interface (PSI) is a set of over 20 web services that provide a programming interface for Project Server 2007. The PSI is used by Project Professional, Project Web Access (PWA) and third party applications to communicate with Project Server. For an overview of the PSI, read: PSI Reference Overview. Even though the PSI is a rich set…

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An Impersonation Web Application

Jim Corbin has passed along this great post: When you impersonate a user in an application for Project Server 2007, you adopt the global and category permissions of the impersonated user. This article shows how to develop a Web application for Project Server that uses impersonation. The attached pj12Impersonation.zip file includes a complete Web application that…

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