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The Projman Application

Availability Window

This window enables you to specify the availability profile for the current resource. By adding records to the profile, you can indicate when the resource availability changes over time. By default, one record is added to the list to indicate an initial availability of one unit (on January 1, 1960).

It is only necessary to add records for each change in the availability. Note that, for consumable resources, the availability amount represents the cumulative amount available to date.

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Day

The horizontal slider is used to specify the desired day for adding an entry to the availability profile.

Month

The horizontal slider is used to specify the desired month for adding an entry to the availability profile.

Year

The horizontal slider is used to specify the desired year for adding an entry to the availability profile.

Time

The horizontal slider is used to specify the desired time for adding an entry to the availability profile. Note that times are based on a 24 hour clock (that is, 13:00 = 1 PM).

Available

The Available field is used to specify the desired available amount for adding (or updating) an entry to the availability profile.

Availability Profile

The Availability Profile list indicates the amount of resource that is available to the project over time. To add or update records in the list, select the desired date, specify an available amount, and press the Add/Update button. Records in the list are sorted automatically by date. To delete records from the list, select the desired records and press the Delete button.

Add/Update

Pressing the Add/Update button adds or updates a record in the availability profile depending on the current date setting and the available amount specified. Records in the availability profile are sorted automatically by date.

Delete

Pressing the Delete button removes the currently selected records in the availability profile. Note that deletions cannot be aborted unless changes to the resource are not saved.

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