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Integration with Windows SharePoint Services

Office 2007

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Microsoft Office Project Server is now completely dependent upon Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services to support its user interface, farm topology, and administration features. Project Server 2007 shares the same administration infrastructure as Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and other 2007 Microsoft Office system server products.

Project Server administration, deployment, and maintenance features are built on the Windows SharePoint Services platform, which results in tighter application integration and easier management. The common platform helps to reduce the total cost of ownership compared with earlier versions of Project Server and provides increased support for collaboration in your organization.

Windows SharePoint Services Infrastructure for Project Server   Learn how Project Server Web sites and services are organized in a SharePoint server farm.

Extending the Project Workspace Template   Learn to create and register a new project workspace template, and to change the default template that Project Server uses when a new project is published.

How to: Create a Project Workspace and Link it to a Project   Discover how to programmatically create a project workspace and link a project to it.

Using the Object Link Provider   Understand the OLP for Project Server 2007, which is available in a Web service and uses datasets.

How to: Use the OLP to Link an Object to a Task   Link tasks to any kind of SharePoint list item, including issues, risks, deliverables, and custom lists.