Microsoft Project for
Time Tracking & Management is a SharePoint App. It’s introduced as a small tool to be added into Time Tracking & Management, but I think it could stand alone, working independently as a Microsoft Office
Project application, if we improve on it in the future.
In this article, I’ll presume you are aware of Microsoft Project for TTM as a SharePoint Add-in App, so I will here present information about
coding and how to use it.
- MPXJ tool
to read the *.mpp file, you can go to the link to get more details http://mpxj.sourceforge.net/index.html
- Kendo UI
- Visual Studio, C#, MVC, JQuery and
OK, let’s start.
To use the MPXJ in your
project code. Right click on References and select Manage NuGet Packages
in the search field then hit the Enter key.
Choose net.sf.mpxj and
click on Install
After finishing the
installation you should see this
To read your *.mpp
file by coding, click here.
Looks too easy, doesn’t it?
After some coding
and once successfully deployed in Office 365, we have an MPP Project Add-in app.
Go to the MPP Project and select the MPP tab
Browse to your .mpp file
You can see Task
Name, Start Date, Finish Date, Resource Name … under
Select Resource to see
all of tasks that group by Resource Name
Gantt chart shows you more details about the network diagram. It’s a logical-sequencing of tasks
that illustrates the relationships between multiple tasks. You can view the chart by Month, Week or Day.
Gantt chart by Week
Finally, you also can
save the contents of the project file into the SharePoint List.
all I want to show you about Microsoft Project with Time Tracking &
Management – for now!