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Poll: PPM MS Project plugin

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Arthur Vandewaa
Esteemed Contributor

Poll: PPM MS Project plugin

Hi all,

The PPM product team is considering rewriting the PPM MS Project plugin. The current code is in MS Visual Basic and needs updating. We are planning to use .Net however this would require users to have the .Net framework installed or install it when they want to use the PPM MSP plugin. Would this be an issue for your organization?

Thanks in advance for your feedback.

Arthur van de Waal
PPM product management.
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Erik Cole_1
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Poll: PPM MS Project plugin

No.
Mahen M
Honored Contributor

Re: Poll: PPM MS Project plugin

As long as .Net framework comes as a part of PPM, It will not be a issue.

If it requires additional Licence to be bought, then it would be a big problem because lot of people in our Organization (Mostly Project and Program Managers)use MSP Plugin

Regards,
Mahendran M

Re: Poll: PPM MS Project plugin

Generally, it's something we can and do install - but it's not currently installed on every system. So, making sure everyone who needed it had the correct version installed would require some lead time.

It would typically only be an issue for us as a company if the version required conflicted with what other applications required.
Alexei Malinovs
Regular Collector

Re: Poll: PPM MS Project plugin

.NET is ok for us as sson as it will not require additional license cost.

and, off topic. Is current MS Pluging works for Mercury 6.0?
Arthur Vandewaa
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Poll: PPM MS Project plugin

tnx everyone for your responses.
Arthur
Arthur Vandewaa
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Poll: PPM MS Project plugin

tnx again.
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