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Figure 11-10 displays the same project with the Detail Gantt (Views) Gantt Chart style Finally, Figure 11-11 displays the Tracking Gantt style Note the multiple entries along the same task row that mark the difference between the baseline and actual dates
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When you are looking at large amounts of data, it is difficult to sort through the meaning of all of that information Grouping the information is a way to view data in a way that uses certain types of information as the basis for how the data are displayed For example, if data are to be viewed by project name and then by the team that is responsible for the project and then by task names, the data would be easier to understand than if they were just a long list of tasks with resources next to them You can set grouping with Manage views (see the next section of this chapter) Grouping helps, but if everything in the grouping hierarchy has the same look and feel, it would be difficult to readily understand the key
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Configuring Look and Feel Settings
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Tracking Gantt (Views)
pieces of information that the user is seeking If the projects were shown in yellow, the resources in green, and the tasks in light blue, the user viewing this information will more readily understand it Grouping formats are used to make it easier to understand views that use grouping There are nine grouping formats available: One is Timesheet, one is Views, and the rest are Grouping 1 9 It is possible to edit cell color, cell pattern, and font color (all using the same colors listed previously), or the font style (using regular, italic, bold, and bold italic) To edit the grouping formats, navigate to Grouping Formats from within the Look and Feel area of the Server Settings page Select the grouping format and grouping level for editing, as shown in Figure 11-12 The process is similar to that of editing Gantt chart styles Select the combination of colors, patterns, fonts, and font styles required and select Save when you are ready In the next section, you will use much of what you have learned about formatting groups and Gantt charts, as well as much more
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FIGURE 11-12 Editing grouping
Managing Views
Views are collections of data/information from within the Project Server databases They act as the user interface for interacting with the system, such as when the user is recording time and project task progress They are also used to view resource availability, project progress, detailed task information, and assignments, and to utilize powerful analysis features
View Types
Project Server 2007 offers 10 view types, more than in previous versions, to enable new features such as proposals Most view types offer great flexibility and control for configuration, although there are some that are limited The view types are as follows: Project views Project views are used to display data at the detailed project level and can include tasks, assignments, and task/resource information These views
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Configuring Look and Feel Settings
usually are shown in a view that is similar to what the project manager can see in the Microsoft Project Professional client, except that Project views are in read-only mode This is one of the most commonly modified view types Most Project views include a table and a Gantt chart, although Project Resource views do not include a Gantt Note that there are many built-in Project views in Project Server, actually too many to allow them all to be available for all people, as these views, when seen as a collective, offer too many choices for almost any environment Pick and choose the appropriate out-of-the-box views, modify them as needed, and build your own if like It is not recommended that you delete views, as they may come in handy later Figure 11-13 shows an example Project view
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