I created this doc so I can share it with client to be filled in and mapped the same in Project Server 2013.
Add the following script in Content Editor web part and place that web part in the end of the page (so main custom field is rendered before we can run our script).
I followed the below step in order to delete Workflow Manager.
- Leave the farm
- Launch the Workflow Manager Configuration Wizard as administrator. Only this one option will be listed.
- Copy the current configuration for later reference.
- Uninstall Software
- Workflow Manager 1.0
- Workflow Manager 1.0 Client
- Windows Fabric
- Service Bus 1.0
- Remove Databases
- Remove Service Application
- Workflow Service Application Proxy
- Remove application folder
- Delete folder C:\Program Data\Windows Fabric
- Delete folder C:\Program Files\Service Bus
- Delete folder C:\Program Files\WIndows Fabric
- Delete folder C:\Program Files\Workflow Manager
Note: If you’re recovering your workflow environment, your existing workflow won’t be deleted as they reside in content db. Once you setup Workflow Manager, check if you can see “SharePoint 2013 Workflow” and “Project Server 2013 Workflow” options in SharePoint Designer (I had to connect Workflow Application Service with the Web Application). Only then your existing workflow will show up under workflows in SPD.
If deploying WSP using Visual Studio, you’ll end up with the following error.
Error occurred in deployment step ‘Activate Features’: Feature with Id ‘8a442317-1158-4994-b265-26499b2def57’ is not installed in this farm, and cannot be added to this scope.
Just manually created package and deploy
Package a WSP
Right click your project in the right column. Then click “Publish”.
A dialog will open, where you will get to choose where to place the resulting .wsp file. After clicking “Publish” your project will be build and then packaged in the selected location.
Make sure to have the Solution configuration set to Release when building for production.
Install the resulting WSP
Copy the .wsp to the server
Open an elevated SharePoint Management shell
Run Add-SPSolution -literalpath “C:\Linktowsp\wspname.wsp”
Run Install-SPSolution -identity “wspname.wsp” (here you might need to add -gacdeployment and -webapplication (or -allwebapplications) parameters depending on the content of your solution)
Remove SharePoint Text:
Run following sharepoint powershell script:
$webApp = Get-SPWebApplication http://servername:13737
$webApp.SuiteBarBrandingElementHtml = “My Heading!”
Remove newsfeed, OneDrive and other social links:
Go to SharePoint Central Admin and then user profile application. Go to Manage User Permission and remove all permissions.
Opening PWA Master Page in SPD: