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Options for identifying or assigning Project Control/Ownership

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Rodney Jones
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Hi All,

 

Rod again...... Just wondering (in the EPPM Server based world), can the Login ID be displayed at Project level?

 

If I have 400 projects, can I group them by Login Id?

 

Much Appreciated,

 

Rod

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Rafael Davila
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Zoltan Palffy
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yes go to the project level and do not group by anything.

then at the project level add a colum and expand the general category and select Added BY 

buy not login in by 

 

Zoltan Palffy
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yes go to the project level and do not group by anything.

then at the project level add a colum and expand the general category and select Added BY 

buy not login in by 

 

Rodney Jones
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Hi Rodel,

 

Yes, I already have a defined Project Code to capture the Project Owner, I was just hoping for something already part of the system.

 

Thanks Mate.

Rodel Marasigan
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Hi Rod,

I don't think it is possible as not all of the users in the server are login in at the same time. You can group them by Responsible Manager or the best way is adding a Project Code for responsible planner for each project. You can also show in the column the Added by and Check out by if you are interested who created or added the Project in the database.
Note:
If you import an XER done by others, the user on the XER will be used as added by in the Database and not the login id of who imported the project into the database.