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Project Server 2010 Calendar Upload RRS feed

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  • I'm trying to import the 24 hr calendar into the MS Project Server.  When I go to the Enterprise Calendars section and I click new, it opens Project.  In project, it is pulling only the standard calendar up and allowing me to create a new calendar.  Since the 24 hr calendar is already made, but I can't see it since like I said it isn't already on the server, how can I import that and load it?

    Thanks!

    Thursday, September 19, 2013 5:06 PM

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  • Hi en1707d --

    You cannot easily import the 24-hour calendar to Project Server that comes built into MS Project; when you connect Project Pro to Project Server, it does not display any of the built-in calendars... only the enterprise calendars that have been configured in the Project Server.

    However, it is not difficult to create your own enterprise 24-hour calendar in Project Server:

    1. In the PWA web site, navigate to the 'Server Settings' page.
    2. Under the 'Enterprise Data' heading on the 'Server Settings' page, click the 'Enterprise Calendars' link.
    3. On the 'Enterprise Calendars' page, click the 'New Calendar' toolbar button.
    4. In the 'Change Working Time' dialog box that opens in Project Professional, enter a name for the new enterprise calendar into the 'For calendar' field, such as '24 hours'.
    5. In the 'Change Working Time' dialog box, click the 'Work Weeks' tab.
    6. Select the '[Default]' work week in the list and click the 'Details' button.
    7. In the 'Details' dialog box, select all of the weekdays in the 'Select day(s)' list.
    8. In the 'Details' dialog box, select the 'Set day(s) to these specific working times:' option.
    9. In the grid below the 'Set day(s) to these specific working times:' option, select the first first cell in the 'From' column and enter '12:00am'.
    10. In the grid below the 'Set day(s) to these specific working times:' option, select the first first cell in the 'To' column and enter '12:00am'.
    11. Click the 'OK' button to close the 'Details' dialog box.
    12. Click the 'OK' button to close the 'Change Working Time' dialog box.

    Good luck!

    -- tz


    Tony Zink | Vice President, EPMA | http://www.epmainc.com | Blog: http://www.epmablog.com | Training: http://www.epmainstitute.com


    • Edited by t0nyz1nk Thursday, September 19, 2013 11:02 PM found mistake.
    Thursday, September 19, 2013 11:01 PM