Changes between Version 70 and Version 71 of ProjectManagementIdeas


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May 21, 2009 5:28:42 PM (5 years ago)
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ChrisNelson
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  • ProjectManagementIdeas

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    379379 percentComplete:: How much of ''work'' is done? 
    380380 resource:: Name of resource assigned to this task 
    381  percentEffort:: How much of ''resource'''s time is spent on the task. 
     381 percentEffort:: How much of ''resource's'' time is spent on the task. 
    382382 duration:: How long will ''resource'' take to complete ''work'' with ''percentEffort''.  For example, a 16-hour task with 50% effort will take 4 days. 
    383383 assignedStart:: An explicit constraint on when the task must start (a date) 
     
    395395 task:: The ID of the task this task depends on  (I'd really like a better name here.  ''parent'' is wrong. ''origin''? ''other''?) 
    396396 type:: Dependency type (FS, SS, SF, or FF) 
    397  lag:: Offset of this task's anchor relative to the anchor of ''task''. Whether the ''anchor'' for the dependency is the start or end of the task depends on the dependency type.  For example, if Task B has a FS dependency on Task A with a lag of 1 day, then Task B starts 1 day after Task A finishes.  Or, if Task B has an SS dependency in Task A with a lag of 1 day, then Task B starts 1 day after Task A starts. 
     397 lag:: Offset of this task's anchor relative to the anchor of ''task''. Whether the ''anchor'' for the dependency is the start or end of the task depends on the dependency type.  For example, if Task B has a FS dependency on Task A with a lag of 1 day, then Task B starts 1 day after Task A finishes.  Or, if Task B has an SS dependency in Task A with a lag of 1 day, then Task B starts 1 day after Task A starts.  (''lag'' is not scaled by ''percentEffort''.) 
     398 
    398399== IProjectCalendar == 
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