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This i have been hearing quite often hence thought of posting the solution here, while changing project workspace addresses
often error appears as “The Website Doesn’t exists or is not configured for project server” as shown below

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This happens when you first don’t disassociate the old workspace from project and try to link anew one, hence to achieve this follow the underlined process

Project Server >> Server Settings >> Operational policies >> Project Workspaces >> Select the Project whose workspace needs to be changed >>
Click on Edit Site Address >> Now in the new popped up window >> Select “Remove the URL for Sharepoint Site” and Click OK

Note :: This Won’t Delete your existing workspace site but just disassociate it from the Project

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Now you should be having Site address column as blank

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Now Click on Edit Site Address >> Paste Down your remaining Site Address in the text box as shown below >> Click OK and you are done

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Note :: Always check the correct address to be typed as usually we tend to make instance in putting a slash before /pwa  or so, if you do so you would receive the same error….

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While working with Infopath Forms, i was suppose to move infopath forms from one library to another and then re-link them,
while moving was pretty easy using the library explorer view, re-linking was a pain going through manually marking check box for
each and every form and then re-linking those forms, but there is a solution you might find useful, Follow the steps and you will be relieved of the pain 🙂

  • GOTO Form Library >> Form Library Settings >> Under Permission and Management >> Relink Documents to this library >>
  • Copy the URL >> Opent this Repair.aspx page in sharepoint designer
  • Change the page view to Split so that code part is visible >> View >> Page >> Split
  • Locate the <FORM> Tag, scroll bottom, usually will find around line 204
  • Just beneath the </FORM> form closing tag paste the code given below, remember to change the double quotes as due to different webpage font it may not be recognized and will result in error,
  • Save the page and refresh the page in browser and scroll to the bottom of the page, you will get a “Check All “ button at the bottom
  • click on that and Viola, your all check boxes are marked ……. 🙂

 

<FORM id="SubmitRepairDocsForm" method="POST" action="">
        <INPUT id="SubmitRepairRedirectList" type="hidden" name="SubmitRepairRedirectList" />
        <INPUT id="SubmitRepairRedirectFolder" type="hidden" name="SubmitRepairRedirectFolder" />
        <INPUT id="SubmitRepairDocs" type="hidden" name="SubmitRepairDocs" />
        <SharePoint:FormDigest runat=server ForceRender="true"/>
    <script type="text/javascript" language="javascript">
        function CheckAll(chk)
        {
            for (i = 0; i < chk.length; i++)
            chk[i].checked = true ;
        }
    </script>
    <input type="button" value="Check All" onclick="CheckAll(document.forms.aspnetForm.chkRepair)" >
</FORM>

 

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