29 iulie 2010 13:47We are being asked to setup a 2010 Project Server for a group within our organization. At this point we don't want to install it on top of our main SharePoint installation, but we know that there is functionality in Project Server that creates "Project Sites". Is it possible to setup Project Server to create those sites on the other SharePoint server, which is the primary location for content management?
29 iulie 2010 14:01
Not sure I fully understand your question, however Project Server 2010 is a Service in SharePoint which can be started when needed. You would install the Project Server binaries on SharePoint and then when needed you can start the service.
You can then once the Project Server service has been assinged and started then create a Project Web App which will host your instance of Project Server. Here is a link to the Project Server 2010 Architecture to hopefully explain this further - http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ff686786.aspx
I hope this makes sense?
29 iulie 2010 14:43ProprietarProject Server cannot provision sites/workspaces accross farm, that's one reason why Project Server should be deployed in the same farm used for content management for instance. See this blog post I wrote: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/chrisfie/archive/2010/07/02/project-server-2010-and-sharepoint-2010-one-farm-or-multiple.aspx
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- Marcat ca răspuns de Christophe FiessingerMicrosoft Employee, Owner 29 iulie 2010 14:43