#ProjectOnline #PowerApps using the Project Online Connector #PPM #Apps #MSProject #O365 Part2

April 11, 2018 at 12:20 pm | Posted in Add-on, Administration, App, Configuration, Customisation | Leave a comment
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In part two of this series of blog posts we will look at using the ListTasks action from the Project Online PowerApps Connector. For those of you that missed part 1, here is a link: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2018/03/14/projectonline-powerapps-using-the-project-online-connector-ppm-apps-msproject-o365-part1/

The ListTasks action is: ProjectOnline.ListTasks("{ProjectGUID}","{"PWASiteURL}).value

As you can see we need to pass in two parameters here, the Project GUID and the PWA Site URL. As this requires the Project GUID, we will use the PowerApp we started with in part 1 and pass in the Project GUID from the first screen. Add another screen to your PowerApp, in this example I have just added a blank screen and renamed it to Tasks:

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Now add a data table to this new screen:

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With the new data table selected, click the Advanced option in the right pane:

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Now on the advanced settings pane, in DATA > Items enter:

ProjectOnline.ListTasks(Gallery2.Selected.Id,https://tenant.sharepoint.com/sites/pwa).value

Update the query as required, for example update to the correct gallery name and update to the correct PWA URL.

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Click “Choose the fields you want to add from the customization pane”, in this example I have selected Name and PercentComplete:

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Now I will add a label at the top of the screen to display the Project Name. With the label added to the screen, select the label and click the advanced setting pane:

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In DATA > Text starting typing the name of your gallery added to the first screen, select it then type “.” then click selected then “.” then click Name:

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Now the project name for the first project in the gallery will display:

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You could look to include an option here to add new tasks if you wanted, the action to use would be: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/projectonline/#creates-new-task

Now we need to add in a control to be able to navigate back to the projects screen, I have just added a left arrow icon then updated the OnSelect property in the advanced settings pane to navigate to the projects screen:

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Now on the Projects screen we need to update the next icon on the gallery to navigate to the Tasks screen, select the icon and update the OnSelect property on the advanced pane:

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Now you have an app that will display a list of all projects directly from Project Online, then access the tasks from that selected project.

Next up we will look at create new projects in Project Online using the CreateProject action.

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#ProjectServer and #SharePoint 2013 / 2016 April 2018 Cumulative Update #PS2013 #SP2013 #PS2016 #SP2016 #MSProject

April 11, 2018 at 6:26 am | Posted in Administration, Configuration, CU, Customisation, Fixes, Functionality, Information, Installation | Leave a comment
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The Office 2016 April 2018 updates and cumulative updates are now available, please see the links below:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4098622

Project 2016 April 2018 update:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4018320

SharePoint Server 2016 / Project Server 2016 April 2018 update: 
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4018340 & https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4018336

The Office 2013 April 2018 updates and cumulative updates are now available, please see the links below:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4098622

Project Server 2013 April 2018 CU Server Roll up package:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4018346

Project Server 2013 April 2018 update:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4018352

Project 2013 April 2018 update:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4018335

Also worth noting, if you haven’t done so already, install Service Pack 1 http://support2.microsoft.com/kb/2880556 first if installing the April 2018 CU for 2013.

As always, fully test these updates on a replica test environment before deploying to production.

#ProjectOnline #MSProject #Agile updates #Kanban #Scrum #Tasks #PPM #PMOT

March 27, 2018 at 6:48 am | Posted in Administration, Configuration, Customisation, Functionality, Information | Leave a comment
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There are some updates / improvements to the Agile feature in Project Online Desktop client, these follow on from the first release in October last year: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2017/10/25/agile-now-available-in-msproject-kanban-scrum-sprints-tasks/ 

These updates are available in the latest release of the Office Insider version of the Office click-to-run client.

Two new features in this release for updating the % complete on boards as you move tasks between a status and the ability to filter tasks on the boards using the summary tasks and resources. These are seen below.

% complete on boards

Opening a board view such as the Backlog Board or the Current Sprint Board you will now see a “Set % Complete” row. As seen on the screenshot below this can also be hidden from the view:

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Clicking the “Set % Complete” enables you to type the desired % complete for that status:

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As you move a task into that status column, the task % complete will update as per the % complete value for the column:

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Filters

On the board views you have the ability to filter tasks using the summary tasks and resources:

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You can select multiple values from the two filter menus, the tasks will then filter on the board based on your filters:

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The filters are not persistent, as you change views the filters will be reset.

A great addition to the agile feature in Project Online Desktop client. If you’re on the Insider version of Office click-to-run, take a look and see what you think.

#ProjectServer and #SharePoint 2013 / 2016 March 2018 Cumulative Update #PS2013 #SP2013 #PS2016 #SP2016 #MSProject

March 16, 2018 at 6:22 pm | Posted in Administration, CU, Fixes, Functionality, Information, Installation | Leave a comment
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The Office 2016 March 2018 updates and cumulative updates are now available, please see the links below:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4090988

Project 2016 March 2018 update:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4011734

SharePoint Server 2016 / Project Server 2016 March 2018 update: 
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4018293 & https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4011687

The Office 2013 March 2018 updates and cumulative updates are now available, please see the links below:

https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4090988

Project Server 2013 March 2018 CU Server Roll up package:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4018301

Project Server 2013 March 2018 update:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4018305

Project 2013 March 2018 update:
https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/4018292

Also worth noting, if you haven’t done so already, install Service Pack 1 http://support2.microsoft.com/kb/2880556 first if installing the March 2018 CU for 2013.

As always, fully test these updates on a replica test environment before deploying to production.

#ProjectOnline #PowerApps using the Project Online Connector #PPM #Apps #MSProject #O365 Part1

March 14, 2018 at 10:39 pm | Posted in Add-on, Administration, App, Configuration, Customisation | 1 Comment
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I recently published two articles on creating a navigation type app for Project Online using PowerApps, here is a screen shot of the project details screen from that example app:

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For those of you that missed those posts, the links are below:

https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2018/02/21/projectonline-powerapps-example-office365-ppm-pmot-apps-msproject-part1/

https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2018/02/24/projectonline-powerapps-example-office365-ppm-pmot-apps-msproject-sharepoint-part2/

That particular example used a SharePoint list as the data source as there were certain properties I needed such as the Project Site URL that are not available in the native Project Online connector for PowerApps. I also stored project images in that source SharePoint list and displayed those in my example app. I used a custom process to populate the SharePoint list with the Project Online data and kept that data in sync. In this series of blog posts we will look at how to use the native Project Online PowerApps connector: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/projectonline/.

This connector allows us to perform certain actions in PowerApps such as read the list of Projects directly from the PWA site collection: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/projectonline/#List_projects or creating a new project: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/projectonline/#Creates_new_project for example.

This series of blog posts wont build a full PowerApp using this connector but it will show snippets on how to use some of the Project Online PowerApps connector functions.

The first one we will look at is displaying a list of projects in PowerApps using the list projects function.

This series of posts assume that you have set up a Project Online Connection to Project Online:

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If you haven’t set up a Project Online connection yet, it is very simple, just click the + New Connection link and find Project Online then add.

Using the PowerApps studio, either desktop or web, we will start with a blank app:

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The first thing to do is to add the Project Online data source, click “connect to data”. This will load all of your connections you have added to PowerApps / Flow, select the Project Online connection:

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Then close the Data window. Now decide on the visual that you need to display the projects, I inserted a gallery:

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Then set the layout to just Title as I only will just display the project name for the purpose of this blog post:

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Click Advanced on the Gallery settings pane and you will notice it states “CustomGallerySample” in the DATA > Items field. Update this to:

ProjectOnline.ListProjects("{PWASiteURL}").value

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Now you can select a property to display on the gallery, in this example I will select Name:

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Now all of your projects will appear in the gallery directly from Project Online:

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In the next post we will look at how to use the ListTasks function in the Project Online PowerApps connector.

#ProjectOnline workaround for Project app link on #O365 waffle app launcher #PPM #PMOT #Office365

March 8, 2018 at 2:42 am | Posted in Administration, App, Configuration, Customisation, Fixes, Functionality, Information | 2 Comments
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For organisations that only have one Project Web App (PWA) instance and use /PWA, today using the Project app link on the Office 365 waffle app launcher works as expected. For those organisations that have multiple PWA instances this can be an issue. The link I am talking about can be seen below:

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This points to /MyProjects as seen above but when Project Online is present on the tenant it will always redirect to /sites/PWA as seen below:

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This can be a problem for those customers that either have multiple PWA instances or do not use the default /PWA instance. Unfortunately the Project link on the waffle app launcher is not configurable so one workaround we have done for clients before is to not use the /PWA instance at all apart from using it as a landing page for the other PWA instances in the organisation. If you are in the planning stage for rolling out Project Online and know that you will have multiple PWA instances on the same Office 365 tenant, this might be a good option for you to consider and explore.

Firstly create the following css file that will be used to remove the PWA quick launch menu:

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Save this on the /PWA site somewhere such as the Style Library:

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Now edit the PWA homepage and delete the “Track your work” web part and add a content editor web part, in the content editor web part reference the .css file and change the chrome type to None:

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Click Apply then click OK and the quick launch will disappear. Add another content editor web part and update the Title to “Project Web App sites” or a more appropriate name as required:

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Click the new content editor web part where is states click here to add new content then add in the links to all the PWA instances that you have on the tenant using the content editor web part controls – you have lots of options and can make it look as nice as you like. In this example I have just used a simple table:

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Click Stop editing on the Page tab and you will see the following:

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Then ensure all users of Project Online have read access to the /PWA site (do not grant higher access as you do not want them incorrectly creating projects here):

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This way if a user clicks the “Project” app link on the Office 365 waffle app launcher they can at least then easily navigate onto the correct PWA instance.

You could take this even further and have multiple content editor web parts on the page, one for each PWA instance then use SharePoint’s audience targeting feature to show the correct PWA instance/s for the logged on user.

#ProjectOnline / #ProjectServer display Project Detail Page web parts using tabs #PPM #MSProject #JavaScript #jQuery

March 4, 2018 at 4:40 pm | Posted in Add-on, Administration, Configuration, Customisation, Functionality, Information | Leave a comment
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Got lots of web parts on a Project Detail Page in Project Online? Lots of fields that you want to group or display in a better way without navigating between pages? If so, this might be your answer, a simple JavaScript and jQuery solution to add tabs to your Project Detail Pages as seen below:

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The solution starter code has been published for download but it will need updating to work on your PWA configuration but it is very simple and this blog post covers the changes needed. The download will just save a lot of typing and includes the full source code. The solution starter code can be downloaded from the Microsoft Gallery using the link here: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Online-Server-PDP-tabs-c8012555 

Once downloaded, open the file to edit in your chosen editor (notepad will do if you have nothing else, I use Visual Studio Code or Notepad++). This solution starter is set to work with two web parts, the web parts seen below in my Project Online DEV instance.

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In this post we will walkthrough adding in a 3rd web part to the script as that will provide the steps needed to get the correct web part references to update the script:

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Firstly we need the web part div ID, to do this, when on the Project Detail Page in PWA press F12 and this will load the browser dev tools:

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Using the element selector:

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Select the web part, one at a time like below and click:

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The DOM Explorer will then update and show you the web part div. You need to copy the div id as outlined in red below:

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Repeat this for all the web parts on that page with you wish to move to use tabs then the browser dev tools can be closed.

In this example I just need to update the JavaScript file to add another item to the HTML list, add another div, move the web part to my new div, update the functions and add another function for my new list item. These changes can all be found in the screen shots below. The before images are the base script as downloaded. Before:

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After:

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Now I need to update the JavaScript in the file. Before:

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After:

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Save the file and upload to a library in the PWA Site, for example mine is uploaded to the Shared Documents library. Then add a Content Editor Web Part to the target Project Detail Page in PWA at the top of the page and edit that new web part:

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In the content link, put a link into the JavaScript file, expand Appearance, give it a title and change the Chrome Type to None. Click Apply then click OK and stop editing the page. Your page will then display the web parts on the tabs:

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Simple! This can easily be extended to add icons to the tabs etc. This simple example uses jQuery UI tabs: http://jqueryui.com/tabs/ that provides may options. In this example I also use the base jQuery UI theme CSS file but there are a few to choose from: https://code.jquery.com/ui/ I load the jQuery files in from the jQuery CDN but you might want to download them and store them locally etc. Also, the solution starter file contains HTML and JavaScript, for production you might want to split out the HTML and JavaScript into the separate files, reference the JavaScript file in the HTML file and link to the HTML file in the content editor web part but as this is so small having one file will be fine and is easier!

Fully test on a DEV / TEST PWA instance first before using in Production. The script is provided "As is" with no warranties etc.

Enjoy Smile

#ProjectOnline #PowerShell to keep #PPM data in sync on #SharePoint list #PMOT #O365

March 1, 2018 at 1:38 pm | Posted in Add-on, Administration, App, Configuration, Customisation, Functionality, Information | 1 Comment
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Following on from my two PowerApps posts on creating an example Project Online PowerApps app, I thought I would publish the example PowerShell script that I used to populate and update my SharePoint list in the Project Web App site collection. For those that missed my Project Online PowerApps posts, please find the links below:

https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2018/02/21/projectonline-powerapps-example-office365-ppm-pmot-apps-msproject-part1/

https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2018/02/24/projectonline-powerapps-example-office365-ppm-pmot-apps-msproject-sharepoint-part2/

The script sample can be downloaded from the Microsoft Script Gallery here: https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Keep-Online-data-in-sync-06a1bf8d

This PowerShell script will use the Project Reporting OData API to get all of the published projects in the Project Online PWA Site Collection, then for each project it will then create or update a list item on the specified SharePoint list. If the project has already been created on the SharePoint list on a previous run, the items will be updated rather than creating a new item.The user setting up the script will need to make some changes to the script, this is covered in the blog post.

The account used will need access to the OData API in PWA and contribute access to the target SharePoint list. The SharePoint list will also need to be created beforehand with the required columns.

To get the script to work you will need to reference the DLL as seen in the image below:

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This can be installed from the SharePoint Online Client components / management shell. I used the dll from the SharePoint Online Management Shell in this example.

Firstly decide what project level fields you want to include in your PowerApp / SharePoint list, this will determine the list column requirements. Then create the SharePoint list in the PWA site collection with the required columns, for this example I created a list called ProjectData with the columns below:

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Title is used for my Project Names in this example. You will then need to update the list item update / creation part of the sample script to map to the correct SharePoint column names you created and the project fields:

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Also ensure the variables have been updated correctly, placeholder values seen below:

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Save and run the PowerShell script (fully test on a non-production PWA site collection before Production) to ensure the data is captured correctly in the target SharePoint list. This script could be run manually on demand or on schedule using a scheduled task if running on a server or a scheduled Azure Function or other methods. This script could also be updated to work based on the project publish event using a combination of Flow / Logic App and an Azure Function based on previous examples I have blogged: https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2017/08/01/running-projectonline-powershell-in-azure-using-azurefunctions-ppm-cloud-flow-logicapp-part2/

Whilst the purpose of this script was to enable us to get the data into a SharePoint list and keep the data in sync for our PowerApp, it can be used for other purposes. For example, you could use this example script to modified the last script I published for HTLM fields to update existing items rather than creating new items each run. Do keep in mind that this SharePoint list would not be security trimmed like a Project Center view though, so you might want to restrict access to the SharePoint list depending on your data / security policies for your PPM data.

The script is provided "As is" with no warranties etc.

#ProjectOnline #PowerApps example #Office365 #PPM #PMOT #Apps #MSProject #SharePoint Part2

February 24, 2018 at 10:17 pm | Posted in Add-on, Administration, App, Configuration, Customisation, Functionality, Information, Mobile | 2 Comments
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In part 2 of this series we look at continuing with the example PowerApp for Project Online for project details and project navigation. For those of you that missed part 1, a link to the post can be found below:

https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2018/02/21/projectonline-powerapps-example-office365-ppm-pmot-apps-msproject-part1/

In part 2 we will update the detail screen to display the data we want and include links to PWA for the associated project. If you are following, open the app you started in part 1:

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Using the tree view on the left, click DetailScreen1 to load the detail screen or click the chevron next to a project from the browse screen:

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Firstly I updated the screen label to “Project Details” and deleted the delete and edit icons:

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Next two buttons were added to the top bar, one for the Site and one for the Tasks. The Site button will launch DataCardValue8 which in my case is the Project Site URL as seen below:

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The Tasks button will launch the Project Schedule PDP but concatenating the PWA URL for the schedule PDP (or whatever PDP you want to link to) then using the ProjectID, in my case DataCardValue2, from the detail screen for the projuid URL parameter:

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The buttons were added to the screen using the insert menu:

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As you can see, there are lots of options on the insert ribbon! Other quick links could easily be added such as Issues, Risks, New Risk etc. That is it for the detail view, we have some project details and two buttons that link out to PWA for the associated project:

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Just for fun I also added a new screen in for a chart. I inserted a bar chart and created a project count by progress chart:

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For the Items, I entered the following formula to count the number of projects Completed, Not Starter or In Progress:

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The formula is below for my data, ProjectData is the name of my SharePoint list and Progress is the column on my SharePoint list that contains the % complete value for each project:

Table(
    {Column: "Completed", Value: CountIf(ProjectData, Progress = 100)
    },
    {Column: "Not Started", Value: CountIf(ProjectData, Progress = 0)
    },
    {Column: "In Progress", Value: CountIf(ProjectData, Progress <> 0 && Progress <> 100)
    }
)

Then set the item colours:

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I then added the back arrow to navigate back to the main browse screen:

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The final change was to add an icon to the main browse screen that enabled navigation to the chart screen:

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To preview your app in PowerApps, press F5:

Main screen: list of projects with search and sort using project name, link for each project to project detail screen, access to chart screen, refresh the data and link to create a new project in Project Online

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Details screen: project details with button links to the project site or schedule PDP in Project Online PWA and a back button to the main screen

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Chart screen: bar chart display project count by progress for Completed, Not Started and In Progress with a back button to the main screen

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Once you are happy with your app you can share it to your organisation. Before you do, access the App Settings view and give it a name, set the icon and description:

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Then click Save and save it to your organisations PowerApps environment then share the app:

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For details on Saving, publishing and sharing your apps see the links here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/save-publish-app & https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/share-app Users can then access your app using the browser, PowerApps Studio or the PowerApps mobile app!

Hopefully that has given you enough to get started or given you some ideas for Project Online PowerApps. There are so many features to PowerApps, they are very powerful! For getting started guides on PowerApps start here: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powerapps/getting-started

Have fun!

#ProjectOnline #PowerApps example #Office365 #PPM #PMOT #Apps #MSProject Part1

February 21, 2018 at 11:47 pm | Posted in Add-on, Administration, App, Configuration, Customisation, Functionality, Information, Mobile | 3 Comments
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PowerApps aren’t a new feature in Office 365 but not one that I have blogged about before, mainly due to the lack of native support for Project Online, but I have created apps before using PowerApps  – it’s an awesome application! PowerApps provide a great way for users to create powerful business apps without writing code. You can use the same connectors that have use for Flow etc. so there is great support for SharePoint Online but no so much for Project Online. There is a connector in preview but it doesn’t return the properties I needed for this example. To get around this, the easiest approach is to have your Project Online data in a SharePoint list, I have covered a few examples with code samples before:

https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2018/01/27/projectonline-project-level-html-fields-to-a-sharepoint-list-powershell-ppm-office365/

https://pwmather.wordpress.com/2016/08/26/projectonline-data-capture-snapshot-capability-with-powershell-sharepoint-office365-ppm-bi/

In this series of posts, we will create a simple navigation type app for Project Online using PowerApps. In part 1 we look at getting started and creating / updating the browse / home screen. To do this we will need the Project Online data in a SharePoint list using a similar process as the examples above. This post assumes you already have your Project Online data available in a SharePoint Online list and a process to keep this updated as your Project Online changes, similar to the list below:

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Access PowerApps from the Office 365 app launcher:

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This will launch PowerApps:

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If you haven’t used SharePoint Online in Flow or PowerApps before, firstly you will need to click Connections > New Connections > Type SharePoint in the Search bar and add the SharePoint connection:

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Once you have the connection you can create the app. To create the PowerApp you can either use the web based PowerApps Studio that can be accessed on the Apps page:

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Or there is an App available in the Microsoft Store:

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For the purpose of this blog post I will be using the Windows 10 App but the steps are the same.

Once the App launches, you can Open existing apps:

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Or create a new one, click the New button:

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From here you can create an app starting with your data, start from a blank canvas or start from a template. The templates options will present you with template previews to select from:

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For the purpose of the this blog post and to keep the blog post shorter, we will start with our SharePoint data, if this is your first PowerApp this might be the best option to start with until you’re familiar with PowerApps:

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Type the URL of the site that contains the list:

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Press Go then select the correct list and press Connect, in this example it is ProjectData:

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PowerApps will then build a working app for you based on the data in your SharePoint list:

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Once finished, home / browse screen is displayed:

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Clicking the chevron for a project loads the detail screen:

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That might be good enough for some scenarios – pretty awesome given it was a click of a button! As mentioned, we will look to make a navigation type app that displays some high level project information so we will make some minor tweaks to the base app PowerApps kindly created for us.

Clicking on different areas on the canvas will enable different settings or you can click the elements using the left hand tree view. The first item we will change is the ProjectData label which by default takes the source list name. This property is the LblAppName1:

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Moving down the screen, we want to change the search feature so that the search box and sorting work on the Project Name. To do this, select BrowseGallery1 from the left hand tree view, then click Advanced, finally update the Data items. Replace ComplianceAssetId with Title as seen below in two places:

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The search box and sort icon will now work on the Project Name – in our case this is Title on the source SharePoint list.

Next up we want to see Project Name and Project Owner on the project summary section. Using the left hand tree view, click Title1 then access the Advanced menu. In the DATA section under the Text property, update this to “ThisItem.Title”:

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Notice the Project Name now appears. Repeat for Subtitle1 and select a different project property or multiple properties, I will set the Project Owner and % complete:

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I will also change the Body1 property to display the Project Start and Finish Dates:

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The final change for the browse screen in part 1 of this blog post is to change the IconNewItem1, this is the + symbol in the top right corner. In the default app, this will load the edit screen to create a new list item, for this example we will point this to load the create project page in Project Online. Select the IconNewItem1 from the left hand tree view, replace the OnSelect “NewForm(EditForm1;Navigate(EditScreen1, None) with Launch(https://PWASiteURL/_layouts/15/PWA/Wizards/CreateProject.aspx) and update the tooltip as seen below:

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The browse screen should look something like this now:

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With the ability to search and sort on Project Name:

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Worth noting is that this project data will not be security trimmed etc.

We have barely touched the surface of PowerApps but that is it for Part 1. In Part 2 we look at updating the detail view and adding in links to navigate to the project in PWA.

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