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sql statement 2 produce report 2 show weekly resource usage.

sql statement 2 produce report 2 show weekly resource usage.

sql statement 2 produce report 2 show weekly resource usage.

We are using  Microsoft project 2000.
We are not using Microsoft project server.
There are many projects using a shared resource pool.

I need to create a report which shows resources which are over utilised. e.g If Bill is utilised for 6 days in a five day week I want Bill on my report

I am failrly useful at sql (although if you want to do this bit for me I will not be offended!!) but I just cant find the table / columns where the daily work breakdown is stored.

I can see that the msp_assignments table contains the resources assigned to each task but how do I know when that resource is working on the task?

e.g. if I have a task which lasts for 3 weeks, and a Bill works on the task in week 1 and week 3 - where is this recorded in the database and how is it stored?

Any help greatly appreciated!

Kind regards,


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