Depending on your organization, you may have a database administrator (DBA) who is already comfortable with maintaining SQL databases. This section outlines recommendations for maintaining the Project Server 2003 databases in SQL Server 2000 and is meant to be more of an overview and a checklist than a detailed how-to. Typical DBA tasks still apply.
A typical Project Server 2003 implementation includes three main databases. Table 25.2 lists these databases and their functions.
|Project Server DB||Contains the views, resource, outline codes, and project tables, as well as tables linking projects and tasks to WSS ...|