MS Project Server 2007 Best Practice :: submit, approve, apply and publish


The confusion of how to use the EPM in the right way is common everywhere. The main two player in this environment (Project Managers & Team Members) find sometimes difficult to understand why the EPM is not reflecting the progress information for any published project. To understand this you can take it simply like this

  1. PM :: Publish the project to PWA (Using Project Pro)
  2. Team Resource :: Submit the progress update to his PM (using PWA)
  3. PM :: Approve the updates received by his resources (using Project Pro) 
  4. PM :: Apply the approved updates to be reflected into the plan  (Using Project Pro)
  5. PM :: Adjust (if required) and then Publish the project plan again to PWA (using Project Pro)

The picture below can tell this in a better way

Best Regards

Bilal Okour

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2 Responses to MS Project Server 2007 Best Practice :: submit, approve, apply and publish

  1. Mohamed Khalifa says:

    This is very good best practice, thanks bilal for your continous support and efforts
     

  2. Bilal says:

    Dear Khalifa
    thanx for passing here, this is one post of the seriese called "MS EPM 2007 Best Practise". I hope it will be good
     
    Best Regards
    Bilal Okour

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