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Project Server 2007 empty databases for use with Project Server 2010 Backward Compatibility Mode

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This set of empty Project Server 2007 databases includes the four Project Server databases – Draft, Published, Archive, and Reporting.
  • Details

    Version:
    Date Published:

    1.0

    10/25/2010

    File name:
    File size:

    ProjectServer2007BlankDatabases.zip

    4.5 MB

      • Backwards Compatibility Mode (BCM) is a feature in Project Server 2010 that assists in the upgrade of your Enterprise Project Management environment. While BCM is turned on, Project Server 2010 accepts connections Microsoft Office Project Professional 2007 with Service Pack 2 (SP2) as well as Microsoft Project Professional 2010. To use BCM with a new instance of Project Web App requires deploying PWA with a set of empty Project Server 2007 databases.
      • This set of empty Project Server 2007 databases includes the four Project Server databases – Draft, Published, Archive, and Reporting. These are supported for production use.
      • For more information about using these databases, see Create a PWA site in backward compatibility mode. For more information about upgrading Project Server, see Upgrade and Migration for Project Server 2010.
      Note: These databases are English databases but they can be used to create PWA sites in other languages as long as both languages (English and the language of the PWA site) are installed on Project Server.
  • System Requirements

    Supported Operating System

    Windows Server 2008, Windows Server 2008 R2

      Project Server 2010
  • Install Instructions

      Click the Download button to download the compressed file to your local computer. Then double-click the compressed file to open it.

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