View, Edit, Delete options are missing in Project Server

In this article, I will solve the below issue

Missing View, Edit, Delete options in Project Server

Manage Project Web Apps - Project Server - DevoWorx


Scenario

When I tried to manage a PWA Instance within the Central administration in Project Server 2013 by navigating to

  • Central Administration > Application Management > Manage Service Applications.

Application Management

  • Click on PWA Application Service.
  • Select PWA Instance then clicks on its right arrow to manage it.
  • Unfortunately, I couldn’t find View/Edit/Delete options as shown below.

Manage Project Web Apps - Project Server - DevoWorx


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Sorry, you don’t have a licence to use Project Web App In Multi-Tenant Project Server

I am working on Multi-Tenant Project Server environment, I tried to provision a new PWA Site that has been provisioned successfully, but unfortunately When I tried to browse the PWA site I got the following error,

Sorry, you don’t have a licence to use Project Web App

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The PWA Settings option is missing from Site Settings after migration in Project Server

In Project Server 2013, I tried to mount a PWA instance with a database that was taken from another farm using “Mount-SPProjectWebInstance” cmdlet that has been mounted successfully.

But unfortunately, when I tried to open the PWA Settings from Site Settings menu. I couldn’t find the PWA Settings option as shown below:

PWA Settings missing

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Get PWA Instance details via SharePoint Management Shell in Project Server

In this article, I will explain How To

Get PWA Project Instance Details Using PowerShell


When I tried to get the Project Web App database name for a particular PWA Instance via navigating to:

  • Central Administration > Application Management > Manage Service Application > Manage Project Web Apps.

Manage Service Application in SharePoint

But unfortunately, I couldn’t find  “View, Edit, Delete” options as shown below:

Manage Project Web Apps - Project Server - DevoWorx

To know the root cause of missig  “View, Edit, Delete” options In Manage Project Web App inside Central Administration, you should check View, Edit, Delete options are missing within Manage Project Web Apps in Project Server.

In this hint, I will explain How to get PWA Instance details with its related content database via SharePoint Management Shell, by following the mentioned steps below:


Steps:
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SharePoint Permission Mode Vs Project Permission Mode in Project Server 2013

In this article, I will discuss the

Permission Modes in Project Server 2013 / 2016


What are the types of Permission Mode in Project Server?

Project Server 2016 / 2013 has two security modes for controlling the user’s access to sites and projects 

  1. SharePoint Permission Mode (Default).
  2. Project Permission Mode.

Each PWA Instance can use a different Permission Mode.


What are the Global Permission and Category Permission?

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Sorry, something went wrong An entry with the same key already exists In SharePoint

In this article, I will explain How to

Remove PWA Instance ORPHANED In Project Server Application Service.


Scenario

In SharePoint and Project Server 2013, I removed a PWA Instance in Project Server Application Service via Central Administration.

I have tried to recreate a new one with the same details of the previously deleted instance. Unfortunately,  I got the below error:

Sorry, something went wrong An entry with the same key already exists.

Sorry, something went wrong An entry with the same key already exist.


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This feature requires either a Gregorian calendar or a calendar that uses a Gregorian recurrence pattern in Project Server

In Project Server, After Provisioning a PWA Instance with the Arabic language, I have tried to browse the Project Center. but Unfortunately, I got the following error

This feature requires either a Gregorian calendar or a calendar that uses a Gregorian recurrence pattern

This feature requires either a Gregorian calendar or a calendar that uses a Gregorian recurrence pattern..gifCause: Continue reading “This feature requires either a Gregorian calendar or a calendar that uses a Gregorian recurrence pattern in Project Server”