Customer requests fueled two new documentation resources for Project Server 2010! These resources went live at the end December. If you have feedback on either of these resources, feel free to leave comments here, or send email to email@example.com.
This article details the standard method for archiving completed projects, as performed by a project manager and administrator. It also provides a high-level look at some alternate archiving methods, as well as some best practices for long-term archival.
This Visio file contains diagrams that illustrate five different timesheet and task progress workflow scenarios.
Standard (Single Entry Mode). This diagram illustrates the workflow involved with reporting time and task progress if your organization reports on both of these in one view.
Standard (Separate Views). This diagram illustrates the workflow involved with reporting time in the Timesheet view, and task progress in the Tasks view.
Timesheet Delegation. This diagram illustrates the workflow involved when a resource identifies a delegate to report time and task progress on his or her behalf.
Closed-Period Updating. This diagram illustrates the workflow involved when a resource needs to make a change to a timesheet for a time period that the administrator has already closed to updates.
Closed-Task Updating. This diagram illustrates the workflow involved when a resource needs to make a change to task progress that was reported for a task that the project manager has closed to updates.
The Project Web App Help content, available on Office.com, is now also available on TechNet.
While the Help system within Project Web App continues to point to Office.com, this content has been made available on TechNet for those who may have an easier time browsing through content in the TechNet Library.
This content is also available in a downloadable CHM file that contains all Project Server 2010 technical library content on TechNet.
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