In this article, I will explain
How to Migrate from Project Server 2013 to Project Server 2016 Step By Step?
Before we get started, you should check the below Project Server 2016 Migration Prerequisites.
In Source Farm,
- Make sure that the current Project Server 2013 farm is at least patched to Service Pack1.
To get the latest SharePoint Cumulative Update installed check Find farm patch level / latest cumulative update that has been installed on SharePoint farm
- Specify the Web Application content databases.
- Specify the PWA instance with its ‘Project Web App‘ database.
- Take a full database backup for the PWA instance database.
- Take a full database backup for the Project content databases.
In Destination Farm,
- Prepare Project Server 2016 farm.
- Take a full database backup from the Content Database.
Note: In Project Server 2016, a single database (SharePoint Content Database) holds the project data and the content to facilitate the database operations, such as backup and restore, migration, etc.
Source Farm Prerequisites
Continue reading “Migrate PWA Instance from Project Server 2013 to Project Server 2016”
In this article, I’ll explain How to Migrate / Move a PWA Instance from one farm to another in Project Server 2013?
Project Server 2013 Migration Steps: Continue reading “Project Server 2013 Migration from Staging to Production Farm”
In this hint, I’ll elaborate
- Why is the Security Setting missing by default in Project Server 2013 / 2016?
- How to show the Security Setting in PWA Settings?
During Provisioning a PWA site , I got “Failed – see the Application event Log”
I checked the Event Viewer
I found out this error log details :
Failed to get schema version of Published database
Cause : Continue reading “Failed to get schema version of Published database during Provisioning PWA Instance In Project Server”
After restoring a PWA Site Collection that has been restored and provisioned successfully. However, when I tried to open the PWA site, I got the following error
The base type ‘Microsoft.Office.Project.PWA.PJBaseWebPartPage’ is not allowed for this page.
Cause: Continue reading “The base type ‘Microsoft.Office. Project. PWA.PJBaseWebPartPage’ is not allowed for this page”