You need to create an enterprise calendar in:
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 ...
After searching on the internet and Microsoft site
I solved my problem
1- Go to SharePoint Central administration page click on under general application settings
click on PWA settings Manage, once the page is opened under operational policies
click on alerts and reminders
set your SMTP mail server and email address it will work.
I've tried this a few times and the only solution that's satisfied my needs is to break the task into smaller tasks. In your example, you'd edit the 8-hour task by breaking it up:
(1) 4-hour task, 100% complete
(1) 4-hour task, 0% complete
I'll answer this question with an answer that does not answer your question. I think you are looking for a solution that is looking for a problem that, if you found one, will create a lot of problems.
A PM must be authorized and enabled to add and delete tasks and move around resources as necessary to deliver the project scope. By adding a layer of ...
Like David, I find your process questionable for a number of reasons. From the way you formulated your question, however, I assume you weren't the one who defined the process that way, so here is the answer you can give to the person who gave you those requirements:
You cannot configure Project Server to do that the way you want to do it. A project manager ...
This way has been changed in SharePoint 2016 and it now depends on the outgoing e-mail settings in Central Administration.
For the detail steps, check Project Server 2016: Missing Alerts and Reminders Settings.
I was disappointed with PWA's timeline functionality because it wouldn't match my project's timeline. Some callout tasks would be misplaced and overlap each other in PWA while everything looked good in the MS Project 2013 file. The text color in the bars would always be black, regardless of what it was in the Project file.
As a workaround, I took a ...
From Administrative Time (Project Server 2010 settings):
You can only delete categories that are not yet saved. For example,
let's say that you have created several new categories on the
Administrative Time page, but have not yet clicked Save on that page.
You can delete any of the new categories that you created while on
that page. Once you click ...