Admin.GetProjectProfessionalMinimumBuildNumbers method

Office 2013 and later

Reads the minimum Project Professional version number that can connect to Project Server.

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

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Public Function GetProjectProfessionalMinimumBuildNumbers As VersionsDataSet
Dim instance As Admin
Dim returnValue As VersionsDataSet

returnValue = instance.GetProjectProfessionalMinimumBuildNumbers()

Return value

Type: WebSvcAdmin.VersionsDataSet

For example, if a Project Professional version is 14.0.3217.1000, the major release is 14, the minor release is 0, and the build number is 3217.1000.

The VersionsDataTable contains one row for each of the minimum accepted version numbers.

The Additional Server Settings page in Project Web App (http://ServerName/ProjectServerName/_layouts/pwa/Admin/ServerConfig.aspx) includes the Project Professional versions setting.

Project Server Permissions




Allows a user to log on to Project Server. Global permission.