Consider the following scenario:
You create a MS Project custom mapping file that includes the Outline Level (pjTaskOutlineLevel) and Predecessor (pjTaskPredecessors) fields. You retrieve workitems from Team Foundation Server workitem tracking to MS Project using these field mappings. You arrange the workitems in project using outline and predecessor/successor settings, then publish these changes back to TFS.
You subsequently retrieve these workitems to a new MS Project (MPP) file.
To avoid this situation do not include the pjTaskOutlineLevel and/or the pjTaskPredecessors Project field in your custom Project field mappings.
If these fields have been mapped, you can preserve the outline level heirarchy by saving the MS Project file where the workitems were imported and always opening this file to edit these workitems from the MS Project perspective.
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Artikel-id: 969381 - Laatst bijgewerkt: 23 mrt. 2009 - Revisie: 1