Admin Class

Includes methods for managing administrative settings and operations in Project Server and related Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 sites.

Inheritance Hierarchy

            [Admin Web service].Admin

Namespace:  [Admin Web service]
Service reference: http://ServerName:32843/[Project Service Application GUID]/PSI/Admin.svc
Web service reference: http://ServerName/ProjectServerName/_vti_bin/PSI/Admin.asmx?wsdl


<WebServiceBindingAttribute(Name := "AdminSoap", Namespace := "")> _
Public Class Admin _
    Inherits SoapHttpClientProtocol
Dim instance As Admin
[WebServiceBindingAttribute(Name = "AdminSoap", Namespace = "")]
public class Admin : SoapHttpClientProtocol


The Admin class includes administrative methods to:

  • Enable a user to manage server currency settings.

  • Enable a user to manage timesheet settings.

  • Enable a user to manage Active Directory settings and synchronization.

The Project Server Administration pages in Project Web App use many of the Admin class methods. If you have administrator permission, click Server Settings in Project Web App.

The following administration methods are located in other PSI Web services:

  • For managing entities such as projects, resources, and views in the Archive database, see the Archive class.

  • For managing the OLAP database, see the CubeAdmin class.

  • For managing Project Server event handler associations, see the Events class.

  • For managing Project Server queue jobs, see the QueueSystem class.

  • For managing permissions, see the Security class.

  • For managing workflows, phases, stages, and enterprise project types, see the Workflow class.

  • For managing SharePoint sites for projects, see the WssInterop class.

Thread Safety

Any public static (Shared in Visual Basic) members of this type are thread safe. Any instance members are not guaranteed to be thread safe.

See Also


Admin Members

Admin Web Service