dinsdag 7 september 2010 18:49I want to close down a project that is finished. I have changed the end dte of the project, saved it, republished it. But my employess are still seeing their task in their timesheets. Is there a way to close down the project 100%?
dinsdag 7 september 2010 20:56
Try marking setting remaining hours to 0 and then marking all the tasks 100% complete. I would also look at the build team and see if any members have any hours committed. They should all be set to 0.
Save and published.
Michael Wharton, MBA, PMP, MCT
Sincerely, Michael Wharton, MBA, PMP, MCT, MCSD, MCSE+I, MCDBA www.WhartonComputer.com
- Als antwoord voorgesteld door Ellen Lehnert, MS Project MVP, PMP, MCT, MCITPMVP, Moderator dinsdag 7 september 2010 21:49
- Als antwoord gemarkeerd door Christophe FiessingerMicrosoft Employee, Owner donderdag 23 september 2010 7:13
woensdag 8 september 2010 6:46Moderator
in addition to Michael's great description, you have two possibilties to make sure no team member will enter any more status on your closed project.
With Project Server 2007 + 2010 (you haven't mentioned your version?), a project manager can "Close Tasks to Update" in Project Center. in 2007 tasks will still be listed, but resources can't enter any progress. In 2010, marked tasks will be hidden.
The other possibility is to add column "Publish" in Project Professional and set it to "No". Publish your plan. Everything will be kept for reporting, but tasks are hidden from Tasks page.
P.s.: For Project Server questions http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en-US/projectserver2010general/threads is the better forum.