Project Server 2007 doesn't update task percentage

Posted on 2010-01-12
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Hi, I have installed a Project Server 2007 in two servers, one is for the database an the other is for PWA and SS 3.0, I can connect to the server using Project Professional 2007 without a problem, I created a new project and then imported it to the server, I'm the PM and the all the task are assignated to me like user; when I update the task percentage trought PWA the system sends an email to me as PM and I can aprove the changes, but the changes aren't reflected in the Project Central, the Project appears with 0% and the Worked hours appear with a 0. However in My task and in Project Professional 2007 I see all the task changes I made before.
I don't know If the system sends an email to me like user whe the PM approves the task updates, but if it does I'm not receiveing these emails like PWA user.

Yesterday I installed the Microsoft Office System Servers Service Pack 2 but nothing changed.

Any help will be apreciated.
Question by:portiz60
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Dr. Thomas Henkelmann earned 2000 total points
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Have you published (File..Publish project) the project after you applied the changes and approved your updates? If you see the changes in the Professional client and don't see them in the Project Center view or the Project view in PWA it's propably only the publishing that is missing.

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Great, It worked like a charm.
Than you.

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