Noman Soofi 1 Reputation point

publishedProject = projContext.Projects.First(p => p.Name == ProjName);
draftProject = publishedProjectCheckOut().IncludeCustomFields;

I am using below to in order to check out the draft project for setting custom field values. But when cursor reaches on the last line projContext.ExecuteQuery(); it returns the below error message


While I am using already the elevated permissions and logged in the EPM portal with the user having farm administrator rights.

I am totally fed up now to deal with this error since more than a month because there is no such sufficient help available on forums.

I ask for help to the experts of EPM.

Thank you.

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  1. RaytheonXie_MSFT 26,791 Reputation points Microsoft Vendor

    Hi @Noman Soofi
    Since your issue is about Project and our forum focus on SharePoint. I will recommend you to go Project Tech Community for some more professional advice. Here is the forum dedicated to Microsoft Project issues. If you have any issues about SharePoint in the future, please not hesitate to raise a ticket in our forum.

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