Dec 01 2021 02:14 AM
Dec 01 2021 02:14 AM
Question -- " I have installed project in a different environment and now wanted to access it hence wanted to know if I can access the project via Project.microsoft.com, and can it be changed to the new environment where the project stuffs are installed."
As per the Analysis found that in non-Default environment, projects can be created and managed through the Project Power App. Users with the Project User and Project Common roles will see the Project app tile appear in Dynamics Home. Here the non default environments refers to developer which you can take. Hence I am afraid that will not be able to change the environment. Found the following article to know how we can deploy project to new environment like Developer : as we do not have an option to change the default to developer environment :
Hence need a confirmation on whether there is any option if we can set the url https://project.microsoft.com/ to use any other environment than default environment.
Else is there a option for a url for any other environment we install project? If there is option to have the same look and feel when we use https://project.microsoft.com/
Dec 01 2021 03:43 AM
Hello @Priya_elangovan ,
I haven't looked at this for a while now with other CDS environments but according to this article: https://support.microsoft.com/en-gb/office/get-started-with-project-home-a3b38418-35e7-4df4-8e4a-ba6... you should see projects from other Production environments in Project Home:
May 10 2022 01:24 PM
May 11 2022 01:06 AM
When you deploy Project to a Production environment (ie non-default Power Platform environment) it really becomes a Power Platform application with Project for the web rather than just the project for the web service running from project.microsoft.com. As Paul mentions in his reply, links to all projects accessible to the user will be available from project.microsoft.com, but navigation and experience differers, you click on a project in the default environment it will open the schedule in project.microsoft.com, if you open a project in a production environment it will take you to the power platform application.
To create easiser navigation to your production project environement there are, as always with Microsoft, options...here are a couple I use:
Both of these options can really help with the overall user experience.
May 12 2022 07:33 AM - edited May 12 2022 08:53 AM
Thanks so the short answer to my question is: "No the Project Home experience for creating new projects is only available in the Default environment and will display all projects, irrespective of which environment the Projects were created in."
It would be better to have the Project Home experience be available for each environment e.g.
https://[org.][env]crm3.dynamics.com/project... etc. as is the case with CRM and other Power Platform apps.