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We are using some of the functionality of PSA.
At this time, we are not assigning roles and calculating costs.
Phase 1 is just to start using the WorkBreakdownStructure and keep our projects linked in Microsoft Project.
This all works except for 1 thing.
I cannot for the life of me get the Progress % to update.
I realize we probably have to use some of the functionality we have avoided up until now for this to work.
So my question is: Can someone tell me what the minimum required is to get the Progress to update
I open my Microsoft Project file, make the changes to every field I can think of, and then publish the project but when I query the data everything is still at 0.
Thanks in advance!!
Yep, it's a pain in the ass. You have to book time entries against the task - there's no other way.
Yep like Chris said. Some more info here:
dynamics 365 project service automation time entries 39 effect on project and project task progression
I don’t believe there is a change process as such. We can see variance on tasks but I assume you want more than this.
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