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Lately was comparing features of primavera vs project server, and one of the feature lacking in Project server was automatically logging of Risk / Issues, WOW such a simple feature but can project server be at comparison on this, absolutely not 🙂

Hence while thinking quickly thought of doing some custom development and here is what i came up with, I know there are numerous possibilities & combinations that you can have, as i understand every organization has its own requirement and set of guides / policies / custon columns, however just taking some basic generalized information and tried to have this simple utility

Functionality:: It connects to Reporting DB to gather project / resource level information such as custom fields / default fields does some comparison as per condition specified now there are numerous possible combinations so just consider it as a solution starter and you can extend it as you like, further once it gathers the information, it logs Issues / Risks on the project site using the list web services

Since i started with a prototype, below you can find the snapshots as i progress and complete the code, will share it along

You are most welcome & feel free to respond with your comments, i have few more good ideas on which i am working and hope to share some of them pretty soon 🙂 Keep watching

Figure :: Auto Log Risk / Issue :: First Screen

Figure :: Custom Fields

Figure :: Condition Specified

Figure :: Issue Logged

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It’s a crisp and intelligent kit which delivers knowledge, as well, preparing the users with varied ways to analyze different aspects of the exam. UI is very excellent, easy to navigate, Results Report  is perfect option capturing the score as per the knowledge area. Only change I would like to see is if more theoretical inputs are added in “Notes” with some real world example to emphasize the thought of the content. Overall it’s a very good preparatory kit

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