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  • Blog Post: Creating Project Workflows using Visual Studio 2012

    In Project Server 2010, Project developers were able to create Project Workflows using Visual Studio 2010. In Project Server 2013, we enabled creating the workflows with SharePoint Designer , which makes it much easier and faster to create Project Workflows. In that blog post , we showed how we have...
  • Blog Post: ANNOUNCING: Demand Management Center for Project 2010 now live!

    For simple information discovery - we have just published a Project 2010 Demand Management resource center that centralizes all information around Demand Management and Portfolio Strategy into one single location. Many of included links include pure developer resources. We have decided not to fragment...
  • Blog Post: Debugging a Project Server Workflow in Visual Studio 2010

    The How to: Install and Test a Project Server Workflow article in the Project 2010 SDK needs information about how to debug a workflow. Because Visual Studio 2010 can install a workflow solution on the local Project Server computer during development and testing, you can use Visual Studio to attach to...
  • Blog Post: Technical Resources on Workflow/Demand Management in Project Server 2010

    Introduction This blog entry is designed to try and capture all of the different pieces of information that exists right now regarding workflows in Project Server 2010. Based on the feedback we are in process of creating a dedicated “Demand Management” resource center on Microsoft TechNet...
  • Blog Post: RTM update of the Project 2010 SDK

    The Project 2010 SDK download and the MSDN online release are both published, and the Project Developer Center portal is updated. They have the same URLs as previous releases: Project Developer Center : http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/office/aa905469.aspx <-- This is the place to start. All...
  • Blog Post: 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...
  • Blog Post: How to use the “Skip to Stage” Feature in Project Server 2010 Workflows

    Introduction The skip to stage feature is designed to allow administrators the ability to restart a workflow and have it attempt to skip along the workflow until it reaches a particular stage. A common scenario for this functionality is when a project has progressed to a specific point in a workflow...
  • Blog Post: 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...
  • Blog Post: Project Initiation Phase using InfoPath & Forms Services

    Christophe just passed along some information about a new solution starter on CodePlex : Hello, A new solution starter that demonstrates how to leverage InfoPath & Forms Services as well Windows Workflow Foundation (hosted by SharePoint) to create your own project initiation phase has been...
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