Ms project dependencies not updating
Summary: The fifth article in a series of eight articles about how to use Microsoft Project Web App to work with Microsoft Project Server 2010 data and to perform project management-related tasks.Learn how team members can update their tasks and then submit them for approval through Project Web App.
Applies to: Project Server 2010 | Project Web App In this article: Team members can report time against published assignments (Project Tasks) through the Project Web App Tasks page.
To create and edit portfolios, projects, and tasks, users must have the project_manager role in their user profile record.
See Installed with Project Management for more information on roles in the Project application.
There are 3 primary types of dependencies: Dependency relationships are utilized to link two tasks in the most logical manner possible.
As in the case of dependency types, this relationship may represent a “hard” relationship (must happen in a certain manner) –or- a “soft” relationship (a relationship set up by the PM to establish a logical flow of the project activities).
In the past I thought when right-clicking on a table in SSMS and click 'View Dependencies' it will list out all tables and stored procs that uses the table. Sometimes it misses some stored procs that reference it using SELECT statements, sometimes it's INSERT or UPDATE statements. I have sysadmin rights.) My final goal is to find a way to find all dependencies on a particular table/view/stored proc using the simplest way (ie. This script can be used, for example, to find references of some specific object by other objects.