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To deploy our code, we create MSI installers using Visual Studio. One problem I encountered is that there is no property available in code to know where the user has chosen to install the application.

To deploy our code, we create MSI installers using Visual Studio. One problem I encountered is that there is no property available in code to know where the user has chosen to install the application.

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When building custom Project Server Event Receivers the result is a dll file. Using app.config and the ConfigurationManagement class will not work.
Well actually, it’s possible!

When building custom Project Server Event Receivers, the result is a DLL file. Using app.config and the ConfigurationManagement class will not work.
Well actually it’s possible!

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I had a lot of trouble using impersonation with the PSI web services in Project Server 2007. I found some posts on the web suggesting that you need to add the account to the “Process Accounts with Access to the SSP” textbox, but guess what? That box was nowhere to find!

I had a lot of trouble using impersonation with the PSI web services in Project Server 2007. I found some posts on the web suggesting that you need to add the account to the Process Accounts with Access to the SSP textbox, but guess what? That box was nowhere to be found!

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Currently I’m working on a project which uses Microsoft Project Server 2007. However, the SDK is poorly documented. Today I was looking at the Admin web service which can be used to configure settings on the server. In this article I am not going in to detail how to do this yourself, but the details […]

Currently I’m working on a project which uses Microsoft Project Server 2007. However, the SDK is poorly documented. Today I was looking at the Admin web service which can be used to configure settings on the server. In this article I am not going in to detail how to do this yourself, but the details that I have discovered.

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