I have setup MS Project 2013 server, and created project web apps

I created enterprise projects

How can I set none working days in MS Project Enterprise web app site or the

enterprise project of web app site in MS Project server 2013

  • ? do you mean "non-working days"? (days on which work is not to be performed?)
    – MCW
    Apr 13, 2016 at 11:15

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You need to create an enterprise calendar in:

  • Settings
  • PWA Settings
  • Enterprise Data
  • Enterprise Calendars
  • New Calendar

From Project Server 2013 Administrator's Guide (page 50)

Enterprise calendars capture the predefined working hours, holidays, and other schedule details within an organization. They are used to standardize the working time for all of an organization’s projects. In Project Web App, you can view a list of existing calendars, select a calendar to edit, or begin the process of creating a new calendar. However, to create or modify a calendar, you must have Project Professional 2013 installed on the computer that you are using to access Project Web App.

A best practice is to modify the Standard calendar as the main calendar for your organization. The Standard calendar is the default base calendar in Project Server. By modifying the Standard calendar to include your organizations holidays and hours, you save having to select a different calendar each time you create a project or resource.

  • can we select different calendars for different projects
    – MJ X
    May 3, 2016 at 9:19
  • Yes you can. And you can select for resources and tasks too
    – jpussacq
    May 3, 2016 at 9:21
  • How can I select for a project different calendar in project server 2013 web app
    – MJ X
    May 3, 2016 at 9:23
  • From project professional connected to project server
    – jpussacq
    May 3, 2016 at 9:54
  • I have already created 3 enterprise calendars, my question is how can I select different calendars for different projects which I created
    – MJ X
    May 3, 2016 at 10:14

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