Project Server 2003 Database Error 0x80040e14
Although this facilitates clients over low bandwidth / high latency connections, it adds a level of complexity (in the form of a Queue) that must be managed by an administrator. Thanks. Sorry for being a pain - I am not asking just for myself however, i look after a couple of big installations :) #14 10-25-2005, 09:09 AM Gary L. Chefetz [MVP]"
SysAdmins and Team Members no longer go through Project. Thanks Nico #10 10-03-2005, 05:19 PM Microsoft Project Guest Posts: n/a Re: Project Server 2003 SP2 Thanks to Gary's help in providing me with a database that reproduces I think the import may remove orphan data and result in a working plan.
- I performed the installation as you described above - in that precise order.
- Cheers, Ray Nico Oosthuysen wrote: Quote: Hi Rolly, and thanks for replying: "Have you off-loaded any of the Project Server machine configurations?
- Plus the Service Pack needs to be installed in the following order: 1.
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- Cheers, Ray Nico Oosthuysen wrote: Hi Rolly, and thanks for replying: "Have you off-loaded any of the Project Server machine configurations?
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EPM Central. Specifically, a job in the queue could get stuck and block other jobs from completion. Hi Gaurav: "Did you tried recreating the new view with the same filter. Chefetz [MVP]" wrote: Quote: Todd: It sounds as though you haven't installed the service pack correctly.
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Thanks! -- www.fulcrumgroup.co.za #2 09-28-2005, 11:28 PM Renke Holert [MVP] Guest Posts: n/a Re: Project Server 2003 SP2 Hi, did you upgrade all: Project Server, the database and The error code was also included.]]> ___________________________________ Component: Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server Description:
Thanks Nico #7 09-29-2005, 06:37 PM Ray Guest Posts: n/a Re: Project Server 2003 SP2 I just installed SP2 and ran into the same error. http://www.office-forums.com/threads/database-error-0x80040e14.1590048/ Sorry for being a pain - I am not asking just for myself however, i look after a couple of big installations :) #15 10-25-2005, 04:15 PM Todd Hutchisnon Howerver, when i again try to filter on Type i get the error again. Login here!
Microsoft Office Forums Forums > Archive > Newsgroup Archive > Project Newsgroups > Project Server > Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Members Members Quick Links Notable Members Current my review here Microsoft. Would appreciate if someone can explain this. Enter the name of the project/master plan according to the standard naming conventions. 6.
EventID.Net - Error code: 0x80040e14 - See ME889500. - Error code: 0x80004005 - See ME888639 and ME893622. Ask Questions for Free! In order to transfer ownership of the plan to the PM, login to Project Web Access. 2. click site If the Lotus Notes naming convention was used on the resource sheet, then Project Server will automatically match the names of any resources currently in the resource pool (Map to Enterprise
Error messages when you run the Setup program for Project Server 2003: "Error 25624. The error states: "An error ocurred while trying to access the resources stored in the database. Hope this helps.
Either there are too many resources, or the Project Server may not have the correct DSN configuration.
Project is installed on a virtual machine, so if someone at MS want's me to upload for testing just ask. -Todd "Microsoft Project" wrote: At this point, no decisions have been can work baselining functions. An SQL query of a resource's timesheet returns a value that is less than the actual work hours that appear in Microsoft Project Web Access http://support.microsoft.com/kb/835172/Posted in RnD | Importing Existing Projects into Project Server In the case that an existing locally saved project plan needs to be permanently imported into Project Server for future, ongoing management in the environment,
This is a different issue than the service pack issue. -- Gary L. If you can determine which project has the problem, you can fix it by saving the project out to a file, deleting it from the server, import it back in and The error code was also included.]]>navigate to this website The "simple" workaround for now is to add the particular field(s) to the view.
Thanks. -- Gary L. If so, can you now create views using a Resource Type Filter? Advertisements Latest Threads Error-17099 SMTP Relay Error Problem Entourage 2004 JFS7 posted Oct 24, 2016 at 7:01 AM Mac Powerpoint 2011 Presenter Notes View shifts down automatically Jonathan Michaels posted Oct Or even a 2-way or 3-way database partition on a separate SQL Server?
I do not think, however, that this is something as simple as that, and it may even be strictly related to our enviroment only. See ME838882 for a hotfix applicable to Microsoft Office Project Server 2003. Excel2013 can do File | FromOtherSource | From oData feed). Anybody know how to fix this?
Without going through a Project interface at all, reports are made available directly to a URL instead of needing to develop REST feeds, and reports are also directly readable oData by Before importing, verify on the Resource Sheet of the plan that the resources are named using the Lotus Notes naming convention and that there are no duplicate resources listed. The basic problem is that the query that populates the Resource Center view now creates a temp DB but instead of having ALL fields available, it only includes those that are [email protected] 3 20th October 12:04 miken External User Posts: 1 Spooler Error DATABASE ERROR (0x80040E14) Thanks Stephen.
SQL Server --> ProjectServer2003-KB887621-SQLFile-ENU.exe 2. Project Server --> ProjectServer2003SP2-KB887621-FullFile-ENU.exe 3. Cheers, Ray Nico Oosthuysen wrote: Hi Rolly, and thanks for replying: "Have you off-loaded any of the Project Server machine configurations? Save the project plan and then close it.
If you use manage time periods, for instance, you need to turn these off while you do this. Thanks for the feedback Adrian. Their is meant to be a hot-fix for it but it did not work on my particular problem. Dale Howard [MVP], Jun 8, 2007 #2 Advertisements MARY DAHL Guest thank you, this looks good, I will have our database person run this and let you know, thanks so much
WSS (templates) --> ProjectServer2003-KB887621-WSSFILE-ENU.exe Let us know how it turns out " No, the server is a 2 server installation, with SQL on the one machine and Sharepoint and Project Server Pre-Import Cleanup 1. Such as Views Processing, Session Manager and Front-End on separate machines? I am sure this is not the best practice but it has saved us in several instances.