List of Issues Fixed by Microsoft Office Project 2007 Service Pack 1

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Project and Project Server

Project and Project Server

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You may receive multiple false error messages when you try to save a Project 2003 XML file to Project Server 2007.

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After entering the "percent complete" value for a task, the task finish date is unexpectedly rescheduled into the future. This issue occurs in a plan that is scheduled from finish with a cost and a work resource assigned.

Project and Project Server

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You cannot edit an enterprise resource’s name by opening the enterprise resource pool in Project Professional because the field is disabled.

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You save an existing plan as an Excel file and then try to save the project plan back to the server. When you do this, you may receive the following false error message: "You do not have sufficient permissions to save this project to Project Server. Please contact your server administrator."

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When using the Assign Resources dialog box, all resources in the dialog box are selected. This condition makes it easy to mistakenly assign all resources to a task or to a group of tasks.

Project and Project Server

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If a subproject is open or checked out, and if the same plan is modified in a master plan, the master plan cannot be saved.

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You cannot see assignments for other shared files when opening a project that shares a resource pool across multiple MPP files and when the other projects are not opened.

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In Project 2007, you navigate to a Windows SharePoint Services 2.0 Web site list that has an MPP file and then click "Edit in Microsoft Project." When you do this, the file opens as read-only instead of as read-write. Now, a dialog box displays a choice for read-only or for read-write.

Project and Project Server

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On the Tools menu, you click Options and then click Calculation. If you select the "Move end of" and "Move start of" options, and if you add actual work to assignments, the task’s remaining work value and finish date are changed incorrectly.

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You create a project using the default calendar settings in the English version of Project and then open the same project in the French version (or in a version that by default has a different calendar). Then, you save the project in the Project 2003 format. When you reopen the project, it may not calculate correctly.

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When the time-phased data for a resource assignment gets into a "bad" state, the server-side scheduling engine may consume a large amount of CPU processing time. Additionally, this issue prevents previewing or applying updates on projects.

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If the URL for project workspaces that are created on publish is longer than 100 characters, you may receive the following error: "The Project workspace cannot be provisioned. The site where the project … "

Project and Project Server

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If you save an MPP file with a write reservation password, you cannot open the project again in read-only mode.

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When opening an XML file in Project 2007 that contains custom fields, you may receive the following error message: "An unexpected error occurred during command execution."

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In Project Professional, you access the File/Open dialog box and then select the Group By list. When you do this, you may not see all the available fields, and there is no scroll bar to allow you to navigate through the list. A scroll bar has been added to the dialog box to allow you to see all the values.

Project and Project Server

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When you use the Project Task Information dialog box to change the resource for an existing assignment, the assignment GUID changes. This causes a problem when trying to access the original assignment GUID, such as when another application updates or modifies assignments.

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If you create a multiple-day task and then enter zero actual work for the first day, the task is rescheduled as expected. However, if you enter zero actual work on the second day, nothing is recorded, and the task is not rescheduled.

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Baselines take a very long time to save or are not saved at all. This issue may occur for complex plans, such as plans that have a large number of custom calendars, long elapsed duration tasks, and so on.

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Using a graphical indicator in a Project Center view, the field may not display the correct value for the Project Summary task.

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If you are using a remote Local Cache folder, and if you lose network connectivity, a new local cache folder is created. There is no error message. The next time that you open a project from your local cache, the plan is not listed. Now, a message is displayed that tells you about the problem and states that your data will be lost.

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When you copy data from Excel that includes blank cells and then paste the data into Project, you may see garbled text.

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When you modify an enterprise resource custom field value for a local resource, save the plan, and then re-open the plan, the field value may revert to the original value.

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You open a plan from the Project Web Access Project Center in Project Professional and then modify the plan. If Project is closed before the save process reaches 100%, the plan may not correctly be saved again when subsequent modifications are made.

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If you have a custom field that has a formula, and if you group a view by that custom field, Project may crash.

 

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