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Old 03-31-2020, 06:29 AM
amit.wairkar amit.wairkar is offline Migration from PS 2016 to PS 2019 Windows 10 Migration from PS 2016 to PS 2019 Office 2019
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Hi,

We are migrating from PS 2016 to PS 2019. We followed the steps given by Microsoft.

OfficeDocs-ProjectServer/upgrading-to-project-server-2019.md at live . MicrosoftDocs/OfficeDocs-ProjectServer . GitHub

Just to let you know that we had created a PWA website for 2019 and created some projects for testing and evaluating purpose.

After following the migration steps still the PWA for 2019 is pointing to the old database.

There is no Migration cmdlet in the PS 2019. So are the table structures going to migrate automatically?



Am I missing on any thing? Also is there any specific patching that needs to be done of PS 2016 before copying the databases?

kindly help.

Regards,

Amit Wairkar
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