As the project manager, you can also update actual work directly in Project Professional 2010, but this should be done as the exception, not the rule, if you are accepting updates from Project Web App.
See Installed with Project Management for more information on roles in the Project application.The valid relationships in MS Project are: In addition to establishing the relationship, predecessors and successors can be utilized to create leads (acceleration or overlap) and lags (delays or gaps) between schedule activities.Here are a couple examples of the appropriate use of lags and leads in the project schedule: Dependencies are created in MS Project using the Predecessor and Successor fields.This script is provided to you by SSMSBoost add-in team as is. Redistribution with reference to SSMSBoost project website is welcome.SSMSBoost team, 2014 */ DECLARE @Search Pattern NVARCHAR(128) SET @Search Pattern = '%%' SELECT SCHEMA_NAME(o.schema_id) as [schema] , o.[name] , o.[type] , '[' SCHEMA_NAME(o.schema_id) '].[' o.[name] ']' as Full Name , OBJECT_DEFINITION(object_id) AS [Source] FROM sys.objects AS o WHERE lower(OBJECT_DEFINITION(o.object_id)) LIKE lower(@Search Pattern) AND o.[type] IN ( 'C',--- = Check constraint 'D',--- = Default (constraint or stand-alone) 'P',--- = SQL stored procedure 'FN',--- = SQL scalar function 'R',--- = Rule 'RF',--- = Replication filter procedure 'TR',--- = SQL trigger (schema-scoped DML trigger, or DDL trigger at either the database or server scope) 'IF',--- = SQL inline table-valued function 'TF',--- = SQL table-valued function 'V') --- = View ORDER BY o.[type] , o.[name] I have created SQL script based on OBJECT_DEFINITION() function that can be used to search for dependencies directly from SSMS without scripting the objects to text files. I have just noticed the same problem with Management Studio.