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Microsoft Project Server 2010 Solution Starters demonstrate the power and extensibility of SharePoint 2010 and Project 2010 and help you getting started qucikly! Both installable binaries and source code are available.

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Last edited May 31 2010 at 9:20 PM  by mshug, version 1
GilSalcedo wrote  Sep 1 2011 at 12:44 AM  
These tools are great! They make configuring Project Server much easier. Please keep the good work. The tools make so much sense it looks like they were intended to be part of the release but there was no time to integrate them. Thanks!

Didierma wrote  Apr 2 2012 at 9:35 PM  
These tools are great for users. Now where is the documentation to deploy each solution precisely ? Video 1 and 2 do not apparently provide any pratical deploment procedure. Please provide help, when you have a little moment free.

Didierma wrote  Apr 6 2012 at 5:44 PM  
These tools are really looking gr8. Now, since the deployment files disapeared, and deployment instructions too, what we can do is create the solution, and think over what to do with dlls. I suggest to stop considering new versions, and come back to former versions, where deployment files were delivered, which is no more the case. Then you can consider to edit the old deploy files and documentation. A great solution for lonely weekend and unemployment.

Didierma wrote  May 11 2012 at 1:31 PM  
Here is my present feedback : these tools are just samples, but they provide sometimes very good ideas. I managed to deploy them using Visual Studio 2010, and spending week-ends, and vacations to handle them.
I succeeded in deploying all solutions. In fact, Deployment strategy can be understood from some solutions that are more documented than others.
It is good material, just lacking documentation and localization to be gold (exept some nice exeptions, most of the solutions do not work as such on localized version, which is pretty current, which make us - solutions partners - compulsory outside USA.).

gwinterhalter wrote  Dec 31 2012 at 7:04 AM  
the above videos are no longer avl. Can videos be uploaded to youtube so we can access?

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