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Project Server - Dates on which baseline was set or modified

Posted on 2013-10-23
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We have a requirement by Management to see the date on which a baseline was actually set in Project Server. Is this help in any of the Project Server databases, and if so, can we gain access to it via a SQL query?

If this is not possible, then are there any solutions out there, which can capture this information when a schedule is published?

Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks,

Andrew.
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Dr. Thomas Henkelmann earned 1200 total points
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Hi,

strange enough, but the baseline save date is only available from the ProjectServer Draft and Published database, NOT from the Reporting database. Run this against the Draft or Published database to get the date for the creation and last modification of each baseline:

select distinct p.PROJ_NAME, b.TB_BASE_NUM, b.MOD_DATE, b.CREATED_DATE
from MSP_PROJECTS p
inner join MSP_TASK_BASELINES b
      on p.PROJ_UID = b.PROJ_UID
order by PROJ_NAME, TB_BASE_NUM

Regards

Thomas
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