Project Professional & Server – Failed to Publish, View failed to Load, Job cancels at 93% or 94% Failed And Blocking Correlation


Sometimes your Project Professional file will simply get corrupted. I was having these symptoms while attempting to Save, Publish or even View the schedule:

Error while publishing from Project Professional: “Could not publish the project. Error ID 23000”

Error while trying to load the Project Schedule from PWA: “The view failed to load”

Error while job in queue is cancelled: “Usually the job gets cancelled at 93% or 94%”

Failed And Blocking Correlation Microsoft.Office.Project.Server.BusinessLayer.Queue.Message: messagetype=’Microsoft.Office.Project.Server.BusinessLayer.QueueMsg.ConflictResolutionMessage’

Resolution

  1. Open Pro 2010
  2. Open the Project Schedule from the server that is giving errors
  3. Now save it locally “without making changes in File Name” using File > Save & Send > Save Project as File > Save For Sharing
  4. Close Project Pro 2010 – you can keep the project checked out to yourself
  5. Now open Pro 2010 > File > Open > open the project plan from your DESKTOP
  6. File > Save As (dont change the Project Name, it might be even grayed out)
  7. Save and then publish the project plan

Update – It is better to do this process logged in as the Project Manager or Status Manager – If I did this using my “admin” account, the admin account became the Status Manager for all tasks. FYI.

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2 thoughts on “Project Professional & Server – Failed to Publish, View failed to Load, Job cancels at 93% or 94% Failed And Blocking Correlation

  1. Suzette

    Good day, after applying this resolution the actuals in the schedule was 0. I had to do a restore from the server.

    Reply

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