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Prasanna Adavi
This document walks you through step by step of creating a simple Timesheet Status Report, using OData Connections in Project Online. The report could also be used in Project Server 2013 On-premises version with some minor tweaks.The report could also be enhanced to add other fie
3 Star
Updated 5/30/2014
Released 5/30/2014
Project Online Reporting Pack / Solution Starter
4.5 Star
Updated 10/19/2014
Released 9/5/2014
Mohamed El-Qassas MVP
"Project Server 2016 Configurator Script" will help you to configure the Project Server 2016 via a one shot PowerShell Script.

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4.9 Star
Updated 7/13/2017
Released 6/4/2017
This PowerShell script will update the Author (Created By) and Editor (Modified By) fields for all SharePoint list items in the chosen list.
4.8 Star
Updated 5/1/2013
Released 5/1/2013
Ian Bruckner
This document will describe to you how to create a Timesheet Status Report in a filterable and sortable table format which include timesheets in a status of Not Yet Created... something Project Online reporting does not deliver.
No Star
Updated 9/21/2016
Released 7/17/2015
James Boman
PDP People PickingProject Server PDPs (Project Detail Pages) have the facility to host Project level enterprise custom fields for users to edit.  Out-of-the-box Project Server supports Cost, Date, Duration, Flag, Number and Text - but not fields of type Person.With the supplied J
5 Star
Updated 11/11/2015
Released 5/19/2015
This simple JavaScript solution starter enables you to report on data from Project Site lists. It uses the SharePoint REST API so it is possible to update the script so that custom columns can be included or design the report around a custom list on the Project Site.
5 Star
Updated 6/3/2017
Released 5/5/2017
This PowerShell script will connect to the Project Online PWA instance, import data from a CSV file then update the appropriate projects with the data from the CSV file. This demonstrates a simple example for importing the project budget value from a CSV file.
5 Star
Updated 11/7/2016
Released 11/6/2016
This PowerShell script will use the Project Reporting OData API to get a list of all the Project Sites in the PWA Site Collection linked to a project. It will then access each of those project sites to enable you to easily update / review the site if needed.
5 Star
Updated 7/8/2016
Released 7/8/2016
This PowerShell script accesses the Project Server queue data and exports this into a text file in the specified location. Execute the script on a daily schedule using the Windows Task Scheduler to capture high-level audit details for Project Server.
4 Star
Updated 3/24/2015
Released 4/27/2012
This PowerShell script will publish all projects in Project Server when run with an account that is a Project Server administrator. This can either be run on demand or set to run on a schedule using the Windows Task Scheduler.
4.2 Star
Updated 3/24/2015
Released 5/31/2012
This PowerShell script will publish the projects specified in a text file. The projects will be published to Project Server when run with an account that has access to the specified projects in Project Server.
4.7 Star
Updated 3/24/2015
Released 10/22/2012
This PowerShell script will use the Project Reporting OData API to extract the timesheet data between the given start and end dates. The user running the script specifies the source PWA instance URL, Username and password. They then enter the start and finish dates.
No Star
Updated 5/17/2016
Released 5/17/2016
There are situations when a project manager leaves or moves to a different area within the organization and someone else is taking over his/her projects. This Powershell scriptfinds the projects owned by the old project manager and replaces the owner with the new project manager.
No Star
Updated 3/3/2015
Released 3/3/2015
Quadri Yusuff
Based on the script provided by
PWMather, on
Update Project Online Project Custom Field Value Using PowerShell with CSVThe Approach he provided only addresses a single field with a single line of text data type.This is fine, as it does what is required, but i wanted to be abl
No Star
Updated 7/11/2017
Released 7/7/2017
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