9 marca 2012 14:23
Scenario: I have a cross-project-dependency (=> dependency between two tasks in different projects). If the the predecessor is changed and I open the project (with Project Professional), wich includes the successor, then there will popup the window "Links between projects". Now I can see the information i need: the difference (or just the information that a predecessor is changed).
Question: How can i get this information via a report or better a project-field (for the project center)? Do you know if there exists a helpful project-field, a database-view or a stored procedure?
Target: A user don't need a Project Client (just the PWA) to see that an external predecessor (in his project) is changed.
- Zmodyfikowany przez Membran3333 12 marca 2012 10:21
9 marca 2012 15:02
RTF.... ;-) (thanks SDK)
The field I searched for: ProjectGhostTaskAreStale (included in the table "MSP_EpmProject_UserView").
New Question: Why is the flag set to 0 although the ghost-task isn't up to date??? The flag is set to 0 although the Project Client pops up the window "Links between projects"... The project which includes the predecessor isn't just saved it's also published after the change...
30 marca 2012 13:13
The flag "ProjectGhostTaskAreStale" don't seem to be usefull... :-/
Is there any possibility to solve this by custom code? (How?)
2 kwietnia 2012 07:53
Inter dependent projects are not much supported in PWA. We are also facing same issues and apart from this, we are having unexpected issues in PWA where we have inter-dependent tasks. If you or anyone else found this please do share.