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  • 1. Work field edits causing actual work to populate
    Hello, We are working in Project Server 2003 using managed time periods. In a plan, there are many tasks set up as Fixed Work, ASAP and are showing zeros in actual work for future weeks. When the PM goes the Work field for these tasks, the "your action may result in data becoming out of sync..." and in some instances, actual work actually populates. When you sync back up, the entered work goes away. Can anyone help with: 1. Why are the zeros showing in the Actual Work field for future periods (not submitted by resource)? 2. Why are we getting a sync message when modifying the Work field? 3. How can we modify the Work field for this task without getting errors? Any assistance is appreciated. Thanks! Wendy
  • 2. Units% changes stop tasks showing up in My Tasks view
    Project Server 2007: I want to be able to assign individual Resources for some Project Tasks at a different Units% to the value associated with the resource in the Enterprise Resource Pool. Changing the Units% and assigning multiple resources allows tasks to start in parallel in the plan. Unfortunately I have found that when I do this the Task assignments do not show up in the My Tasks Views for the resources/users. However they do show up correctly in the Project Centre view of the plan and in the Resource Availability view for the Resource. What do I need to do?
  • 3. Teams
    Project Server 2007: I am having difficulty with understanding Teams. I have built up a simple team with a single Role in the Enterprise Custom Fields Lookup and have assigned two Resources to the Team Assignment Pool. In a sample project I have assigned some tasks to the Team, but it doesn't seem to work as expected. When I look at Resource Usage, Project seems to track them as an isolated resource rather than taking in the sub resources. I would expect to see Project take resources from the Team members, better still to select from available resources. I also need to set the Max units to 200% to reflect the size of the resource. The feature seems a bit dumb to me, am I using it right?
  • 4. My Timesheet does not show new Project Tasks
    I have noticed that when I add new tasks to a project they do not appear in the My Timesheets view for the resource in the current period, they have to be added in manually, this requires communiction about the task and it can be difficult to find the task in a big list view. Is there a way around this?
  • 5. Share Projects
    I'm not familiar with Project Server at all so bear with me. I have a customer who currently uses Project 2007 Std and needs to allow at least 3 people to open, modify and view the same project simultaneously. I understand Project 2007 doesn't allow that but will Project Server allow this to happen? Dave

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Postby S3VydCBWZXJoYWVnZW4 » Fri, 09 Feb 2007 17:49:00 GMT

Hi,

We' ve defined our page header (right part) with 5 lines:
PM: &[Manager]
Start: &[Start Date]
Updated: &[Status Date]
Printed: &[Date]
Version: 01
After we save the project on our MS Project Server 2003 SP2, the first 2 
fields, &[manager] and &[Start Date] are missing. They are just gone, like 
you didn't saved it.
Defining the fields one by one even in the page footer does not work.

Saving the project as a mpp file on disc compared to the project server 
everything is working fine.

Anybody an idea what is going wrong? Workaround? Solution?

Grtz, Kurt 


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3.Printing from Project 2003 Fit to 1 page by 1 page prints 2 pa

John,

I have checked that there were no manual page breaks, I even created one and 
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"John" wrote:

> In article < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >,
>  Paul Luxton <Paul  XXXX@XXXXX.COM > wrote:
> 
> > When I print certain of my GANTT charts I am trying to fit it all to one 
> > page, so I change the print setting to fit to 1 page by 1 page.  What happens 
> > is that all but one task fit on page 1, but the final task stubbornly remains 
> > on a second page.  I have tried hiding the subtasks of the final summary 
> > task, but even then, that summary task appears on page 2.  Printer is HP 
> > Business InkJet 2800 and it makes no difference if I choose to print on A3 or 
> > A4.  Project is version 2003 SP2.
> 
> Paul,
> Check to see if there is a manual page break on that last task. If you 
> are using a legend or footer, you might want to make sure the margins 
> are set to accommodate that added information, or remove the legend and 
> footer to see if it makes a difference.
> 
> John
> Project MVP
> 

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