Series Microsoft Project : Link projects to create a master project

Ketika Ada beberapa project yg berhubungan satu sama lain, daripada menyatukannya dan membuat ribuan baris task activities yg buanyak, dan kelemahan ms Project adalah lambat dlm processing , tak jarang restart sendiri, dan membuat ada pekerjaan yg harus diulang lagi,

ada trick yg bisa meringankan beban penderitaan di atas:

dgn menu Project, lalu dibawah plng kiri anda clik menu subproject

ada 2 pilihan : saling mengupdate atau tdk saling mengupdate

kalau di tick berarti, Antara master dan subproject akan saling meng update bila salah satu ada yg diubah schedulenya,

sebaliknya bila di untick tidak akan berpengaruh , satu sama lain, jadi seperti copy saja.

kemudian setelah tick link project , ada pilihan lagi Mode : read/write or read only

kalau read/write : edit bisa di master project atau subproject

kalau read only: edit hy bisa di sub project.

 

Menu : project then click Subproject to insert  subproject to master project.

option :

  1. tick / untick link to project
  2. Mode : read/write or read only

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Link projects to create a master project – Project

Link projects to create a master project

To help keep a large project more organized, you can link several project files together to create a master project/ subproject arrangement (also known as external dependencies). For example, a construction master project might have subproject files for plumbing, electrical, and carpentry work. Here’s how:

  1. Create separate Project files for each subproject, then open or create the project that you want to be the master project.
  2. In the master project, click View > Gantt Chart.
  3. In the Task Name field, click the row below which you want to insert the subproject. You can insert a subproject anywhere in the task list of the master project.
  4. Click Project > Subproject.

    The Project ribbon tab, showing the Insert subproject command.

  5. In the Insert Project box, select the subproject you want to insert.
    • To insert multiple subprojects, hold down Ctrl and click the subprojects in the order that you want to insert them.
    • In most cases, you’ll want to leave the Link to project box checked, so that changes in the subproject are reflected in the master project, and vice-versa. But if you just want to copy the subproject into the master project without the files being dynamically linked, uncheck the box.
  6. Click Insert, or to insert a project in read-only format, click the arrow on the Insert button, and then click Insert Read-Only. Inserting a project read-only creates a link between the two projects, but prevents you from updating the subproject from within the master project. If you update the subproject file directly, however, its changes are reflected in the master project. The Insert Read-Only option is only available when the Link to project box is checked.

Avoiding duplicate resource names in linked projects

If you link projects that have resources with the same name, you’ll create duplicate resource names, which could be confusing. To avoid this, uncheck the Link to project box in the Insert Project dialog box. Doing this will ensure that the resource information in the master project (such as pay rates, resource calendars) will be honored over the subproject resource information.

Note:  When you update an unlinked subproject from within the master project, the original subproject file will not show this change.

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