Project.QueueCreateProposalProjectAndCheckout method

Office 2013 and later

Deprecated in Project Server 2013.

Namespace:  WebSvcProject
Assembly:  ProjectServerServices (in ProjectServerServices.dll)

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public void QueueCreateProposalProjectAndCheckout(
	Guid jobUid,
	Guid sessionUid,
	string sessionDescription,
	ProjectDataSet projDS,
	bool validateOnly,
	bool publishProject
)

Parameters

jobUid
Type: System.Guid

The GUID of the queue job.

sessionUid
Type: System.Guid

The GUID of the session in which the queue job is submitted.

sessionDescription
Type: System.String

The description of the session.

projDS
Type: WebSvcProject.ProjectDataSet

Contains the project proposal data.

validateOnly
Type: System.Boolean

If true, only validates the input data and does not perform the action.

publishProject
Type: System.Boolean

If true, saves the project to the Published database.

NoteNote

Project Server 2013 handles project proposals and demand-management workflows differently than Office Project Server 2007 and does not use QueueCreateProposalProjectAndCheckout.

In Office Project Server 2007, QueueCreateProposalProjectAndCheckout creates a project proposal and also creates a Proposals item in a SharePoint list to track the workflow for the proposal. For information about how QueueCreateProposalProjectAndCheckout works in Office Project Server 2007, see the QueueCreateProposalProjectAndCheckout method in the Project 2007 SDK.

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