Friday, May 04, 2012 3:11 PMI was creating some custom views to publish for the enterprise in Project Server 2010. I accidentally saved "Resource Usage" and now when the users try to put columns in they get the error that their changes won't be saved, etc. How do I ungoof this up so the Resource Usage is back to default settings and not using a global template?
Friday, May 04, 2012 3:36 PMModeratorIT_PM_2012 --Refer to the following FAQ:Hope this helps.
- Proposed As Answer by Amit Khare - Project Management Consultant Tuesday, May 08, 2012 9:12 AM
Friday, May 18, 2012 3:09 PM
This did not fix the issue. I open a plan from server, select Resource Usage as the view, attempt to insert a column and get:
Edits will not be saved.
Any edits made to enterprise global template items are only available during this session. Make edits in the checked-out enterprise global template to make them available to all users of this Project Server.
The only things on the "right" side (checked-out Enterprise Global) are the custom views:
Enterprise Gantt Chart
Gantt for Outlook
Resource Usage for Outlook 1
Resource Usage for Outlook 2
The only things on the "right" side in tables are:
Gantty for Outlook Table 1
Saturday, May 19, 2012 1:38 PMModeratorIT --You see this error when you apply an enterprise view and then attempt to edit it in an enterprise project. Are you absolutely certain you are selecting the default Resource Usage view and not one of those two Resource Usage for Outlook custom views? To make sure, click the Task tab to display the Task ribbon, click the Gantt Chart pick list button, and then select the Resource Usage view. Then attempt to add a column and determine if you still see the error message. Let us know what you find and we will try to help.