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I'm getting this error when I add an Issue on the Project's PWA site.  I'll submit the addition and that alert prompt will come up and I hit OK, but somehow it adds the issue to the db.  I'm not quite sure why I am getting this message, can anyone help?

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MS
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by:winzig
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We will need more information about this problem.

Can you exactly describe all the steps, and alert messages.

1) May i guess that you are adding issues on Project Workspace  page /projectserver/issues/IssueShell.asp display in iframe Lists/Issues/NewForm.aspx )
2) Do you have permissions add new items to the List Issues (check WSS permissions )
2) When you crearte new project is there the same problem.
3) did you modified the project template or workspace?
4) Did you synchronized administrators accounts ? PWA -> Admin->Manage Windows SharePoint Services->Synchronize administrator accounts
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by:harisrashid
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hi,

For the user (or group) receiving this access restriction notice, have you checked the permissions. Make sure that appropriate permissions are granted to the users.

Regards,

Haris
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by:mschwade
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I tried out three things:

A) If I go to PWA, and click on Issues link on the top bar and then:


1) Click on a project I created, and then New Issue

  Input the title and the issue, and hit Save and Close, no error message there.

2) Click on a project I didn't create, and then New Issue

  I can create the new issue, and hit Save and Close, no error message there.

  However, when I try to delete that issue on the project I didn't create, it brings up a Web User and password Dialog, and says Access Denied on my credentials.


B) If I go to EPM Sharepont Site

3) Click Issues on the left side

Click New Issue

Input a Title and Discussion for the Issue and hit Save and Close

something that looks like a Javascript alert pops up and says "You do not have permissions to view this page."

I hit OK button on that alert, and it takes me back to the active.aspx which shows all the issues and the one I just created is on there.
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by:mschwade
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I need onto 3... After the issue is added to the Sharepoint Site.. I go to delete it and it gives me another alert that says:
'sWeburl' is null or not an object
An error occurred in updating the Project Server database with the uploaded document.  Log on again, and link this document to a task in your Tasks page.

But then when I hit OK, it deletes it.
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2) Click on a project I didn't create, and then New Issue
- This looks like permissions problem, check out if you have permissions delete items in this list.

3) Click Issues on the left side
something that looks like a Javascript alert pops up and says "You do not have permissions to view this page."
  This symptom is common when same fields are removed from list.
   This problem exist only on old site ?


You should synchronize  administrators accounts on all sites
 PWA -> Admin->Manage Windows SharePoint Services->Synchronize administrator accounts
Site Permisions on problematic site
 PWA -> Admin->Manage Windows SharePoint Services->Manage Sharepoint Sites  
and then Verify WSS  permissions on list Issues
 
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