Specify multiple properties for a single resource

If you're set up for enterprise project management using Microsoft Office Project Server 2003 and Project Professional, your project server administrator can identify enterprise resources as having multiple properties, such as skills, locations, or certifications. These multiple properties are set up with the Enterprise Resource Multi-Value (ERMV) fields, which are the enterprise resource outline codes numbered 20-29.

Your project server administrator sets up the multi-value codes and then assigns them to the enterprise resources. Project managers can then use the Build Team and Resource Substitution Wizard features to find enterprise resources that meet specific requirements for their projects. After they add resources to their project, they can use the multi-value codes to group or filter resources.

For information about administrator setup of the enterprise resource multi-value fields, see "Specifying Multiple Properties for a Resource" on page 613. For information about project manager use of the multi-value fields, see "Building Your Enterprise Project Team" on page 655.

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