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While working on the Project one day I realized how the ID field has been updated in the 2010.

In MS Project 2007, ID Field in the Usage Views (Task and Resource) would pick up both IDs – Task’s and Resource’s. So its kind of mingled in the when ID Column is inserted, Resource rows carrying Resource ID and Task rows carrying Task ID.

 But there is a shift in 2010, it picks only the Task ID in Task Usage and Resource ID in Resource Usage view and no mingling of IDs on each row. Making the concept neat and defined 🙂

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Sometimes due to corrupt installation or Global MPT getting corrupted PERT Analysis tool bar disappear from the Tools Options. Sometimes also due to DLL references becoming bad it happens.

There could be several options, but what worked for most is mentioned in Solution 1. J

Solution 1 : View -> Toolbars -> Customize -> Commands -> All Commands  (In Left Box)-> ComAddIns Dialog (In Right Box) and drag it on the tool bar. Place it somewhere below Standard Tool Bar.

Now Close this dialog box. Click on the Com Add-Ins icon

 

It will open the dialog box where in PERT Analysis may be checked, uncheck it and then recheck and OK. This will add PERT Analysis to the Toolbar.

If PERT Analysis checkbox is not listed there Click on Add button and search it at

C:\Program Files\Microsoft Project 2007\Office12\PERTANL.DLL

 

Reference : http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/project-help/i-don-t-see-the-analysis-toolbar-listed-in-the-view-menu-HA010163687.aspx

Solution 2 :  Replace or Regenerate your Global.MPT.

Hope it helps you 🙂

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http://blogs.msdn.com/b/project/archive/2011/05/16/project-2010-sp1.aspx

Additionally SP1 is a rollup of all the fixes that have been previously shipped, essentially it contains all of the cumulative updates that have been released to date

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http://blogs.technet.com/b/projectadministration/archive/2011/04/29/microsoft-project-server-and-sharepoint-2007-and-2010-april-cu-2011-are-live.aspx

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 1. Download the Visio WBS Modeller 2010 Add in  from here : http://visiotoolbox.com/2010/add-ins.aspx 

http://visiotoolbox.com/2010/add-ins.aspx
2. Install the WBS modeller for visio 2010, Simple steps 🙂

3. Once the installation is complete Launch Visio 2010 >> Click File >> New >> under template categories>> Addin >> WBS Modeler

Note : Before you proceed for import make sure your plan is open in MS Project 2010 Side by side

4. Now on the ribbon toolbar Select >> WBS Modeler >> Import  , it will open a dialog box with the high level project task, you can select the level you want to import

5. Click Draw wait for a few minutes, depending upon the length of the project plan, and your plan is drawn 🙂

Enjoy 🙂

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Looking for answers on integrating Project Server with SAP system, The answer lies whether you want to build your own adapter or want to use already available with partners, In case you want to build it yourself, start exploring the ERP connector Solution starter available for 2007 :http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb968542(office.12).aspx 

it applies for 2010 as well, for more information have a look at the Christophe’s Blog below  http://blogs.msdn.com/b/chrisfie/archive/2010/10/04/microsoft-project-server-2010-integration-with-sap.aspx

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