Filed under Project Server 2013

The Most Dangerous Constraint Type

As a follow-on to my Previous Constraint Entry, I’ve “mapped” out the Project Pro Constraints so you can see where do they come from and where do they go (cotton eyed joe!?). I’ve created two matrices with different levels of detail, but I’ll explain each one first, then post the matrices at the end of … Continue reading

Holy Split, Batman!

What, exactly, in MS Project terms, is a split? From a practical perspective, it’s when the work on a task has one or more breaks in the middle. From a technical perspective, a potentially problematic split h happens when there is already some amount of actual progress reported on the task and the remaining work … Continue reading

Secret Timesheet URL Viewer

This one is short and sweet. I noticed that when I view my timesheet in Project, it has an associated Unique ID. This made me wonder if an admin could view any timesheet for any user, as long as they had the UID number. The short answer is YES! The second question was, is it … Continue reading

Easy-Peasy Cross-Project Links Report

Ok, dear readers, it really has been a LONG time. I have a huge queue of posts to write but I got behind and, well, there you have it. But I’m back now! I’m going to start with this easy little gem – a query to show what projects are using other project tasks as … Continue reading