Followings are the important points to remember while repairing data from corrupt Project Server using Stellar Phoenix Project Server Recovery software.
Selecting the appropriate Recovery Mode.
You have two recovery modes, such as 'Document Recovery' and 'Complete Recovery'.
Choose for Document Recovery when the Project Server Web Application is in the functional state, but some of its documents are damaged or corrupt. If the Project Server is entirely damaged, go for 'Complete Recovery'. Selecting Complete Recovery enables you to repair corruption or damage in all the five Project Server databases, namely:
Stop the running MS SQL Server as the software will not operate, if the corrupt Project Server database is attached to the SQL Server.
Check and delete any unnecessary Web Applications, PWA Instances, Databases, and Paths in your current Project Server. Also, if recovered site collections exist in other content database then first detach the content database then continue with the repair process.
The Content Database is recovered first, afterwards new Web Application is created by the user, where a new PWA site is created and the rest four databases are recovered.
Ensure that the location you select to store the repaired Content Database must have enough free space of at least thrice the size of the existing content database.
After the document transfer from the corrupt PWA instance to the newly created Web Application is complete, manually edit all the Project Workspace site addresses. Also check the PWA instances and other Site Collection links.