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So this article applies not only to Project Server 2013, but is also true of other releases of Project Server such as 2016-19 as well as Project Online.
So you might be wondering why I would need to use Delegates in the first place.
Had a client via support ask about a blank project meaning a project with no name.
Been a while since I have seen this, but remember from a few years back of a patch that was released to fix this.
After a project is created in Project Server 2013 it is possible to save the project with no name.
I know after hearing about the bug I thought to myself why would anyone do this.
How could you find a project if they had no names.