Getting a Project Workspace URL in Project Server

Project Server includes an optional Project Site for each Project. We can use the PSI, specifically WssInterop, to get the URL for the Project itself. The first thing you will need is the GUID of the project, which you can find in the address bar when viewing the project itself. The next steps are done in PowerShell:

The output will be similar to this:

In the above example, http://webapp1 is the Web Application Url, PWA the Project Web Access instance, and Test1 is the name of the Project itself. And, as you can see, we have a SharePoint site created at http://webapp1/PWA/Test1 for the Test1 Project.

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  1. You can get the same values using the REST ProjectData endpoint in 2013:

    https://pwsiteurl/_api/ProjectData/Projects('GUID‘)

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