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Microsoft Office Project Server 2007: PSI Extension Web Service Generator 1.0
PSI Extensions are custom web services that execute within the Project Server Interface infrastructure, sharing the same security context as other PSI web services. PSI Extensions can be very important in building line of business and integration solutions using Microsoft Office Project Server 2007. To enable developers to take advantage of PSI Extensions, I have created a generator that not only automates the creation of web services, but also automatically deploys the web service once generated. Intended for development environments, this generator takes the drudgery out of creating, configuring, and deploying PSI Extension web services.
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Jan 7 2009 at 6:29 PM
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May 6 2010 at 10:44 PM
Honestly, this makes devloping PSI extensions painless. Many thanks...
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