At the beginning of the group I posted a poll: http://bit.ly/MPUG_group_questions
And I’m very happy to see responses coming in. Please feel free to add your own response by clicking on the link above.
For now here’s the question I got:
I want to know is Project for the web and Project server same ?. We have some expectations from Project Server. My organization wants to track their all 9 construction projects with me as a single central resource PMO with 28000 activities in each schedule. Is it possible ?. As a stand alone version supports only 64000 rows and they want all projects combined into one and then display the final summary tasks on a single sheet of paper with Project names as P1, P2, P3 and so on… and then superstucture, and so on. Please advise
Project for the Web isn’t the same as project server. It has some limitations that need to be taken into account. Please read about it here:
One big limitation that you will run into is a max of 500 tasks on the project.
A general guidance I would like to give is: Consider lowering the amount of tasks on your schedule. Because 28.000 tasks is not at all a best practise to consider.Read more about MPUG’s best practises here: https://www.mpug.com/tag/best-practices-2/
And in case you want to design good reports using MS Project, please consider viewing this webinar:
At the beginning of the group I posted a poll: http://bit.ly/MPUG_group_questionsAnd I’m very happy to see responses coming in. Please feel free to add your own response by clicking on the link above.For now here’s the question I got:I want to know is Project for the web and Project server same ?. We have some expectations from Project…[Read more]– Erik van Hurck (@erik-van-hurck) 01/09/2021