I indicate my blog where I explain a situation using MS Project 2010.
You state in you “blog” that the “best practice” is that each resource must have it’s own calendar.
The best practice in my opinion is to use the Project Calendar as the base calendar. The calendar that you set up to include all company holiday….etc. when resources are added to the project this calendar should be selected as their base calendar…this way all holidays are accounted for uniformly across all resources. You can select this from the resource sheet view and display the base calendar column.
You can then go in and make changes to the individual calendars for alternate working times, vacations…etc
> You state in you “blog” that the “best practice” is that each resource must have it’s own calendar.
It is correct to the shown study case .
As you have said correctly, the best is to configure a calendar base (I like to create my own base calendar) and to update the exceptions to each resource
Have you tested my situation in your system? Do you happen too?
That is a much clearer description of what you are doing now. This is what I was proposing. Create the base calendar to include all common holidays….etc
Then set up the resource based on this base calendar to include each resource’s working times….Vacations….etc.