MS Project 2003 Start/Finish Date Issue
We have situation where we have a number of separate pieces of equipment that comprise a complete systems. The pieces arrive at different times and debugged separately. However, the entire system cannot be debugged until the last piece has been debugged.
Let's use two tasks:
1. System debug
2. Cycle with test parts
We have 10 pieces of equipment, each is a task; thus, each has an assigned Task ID.
We want the Start date of System Debug to occur when the first piece arrives and the Finish date of System Debug to occur one week after the arrival of the tenth piece.
Therefore, the Start date of "Cycle with test parts" depends upon the Finish date of the first piece or ID 1 and the Finish date of 'Cycle with test parts" depends on the Finish date of the tenth piece or ID 10 plus 1 week.
Is it possible, if so, how?
We are using MSP Project Professional 2003.
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