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Using the Microsoft Project Connector, projects from Microsoft Project can be indexed in addition to your SharePoint On-Premise instance.
Open Mindbreeze Management Center in the browser to start the configuration.
In the Indices tab, add a new index using the +Add Index button. Select the desired Index Node and Client Service and specify the Microsoft Project data source in the Data Source field. Then confirm your entries with the Apply button.
To enable the crawling of Microsoft Project, you first need a crawling user with "Full Read Permissions". You must then create this in the Network tab under the "Credentials" area by clicking on the "Add Credential" button.
After that, the Microsoft Project PWA URL needs to be set as an endpoint for this user.
Now configure the data source.
The URL of the Project Web App, z.B. https://sharepoint.mycompany.com/sites/PWA
Name of the metadata to be used as content.
SharePoint Category Instance
If this connector is to be linked with the SharePoint Connector so that references to the items of the SharePoint site of the respective project can be set (recommended), this connector must be created in the same index as the SharePoint Connector and the category instance of the SharePoint Connector must be entered here.
Log All Requests
If this option is enabled, all requests to the Sitecore API are logged in sitecore-request-log.csv.
Number of projects that should be fetch together in one HTTP request.