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I am running cj20n.I have a activities to the network under the project. Three of my activities assigned to WBS,which is not shown in the same project structure tree(left side). i am thinking that that WBS may be deleted,if it is the case, where we can see deleted WBS. Please advice me.


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    Posted on Jan 17, 2012 at 08:15 AM

    Hi Anji,

    First,I am expecting you didn't save your changes after adding those 3 activities to the WBS. If its not saved properly all changes will be dropped automatically...It never happen of course...just guess

    Second, u can expand the tree of WBS ...if you click on the symbol on the WBS element, it will be expanded and collapses for the same button(like the tree structure)...may be collapsed it to that WBS level.

    third, in project Builder(CJ20N) should maintain the tree levels...the navigation is cj20n settings options..the tree level field can hold maximum of 99...Just place it and save and open your project again...

    Fourth, your can see the deleted objects by this.....the navigation is cj20n settings options--"show the deleted objects". just check the option and click on "ok"...try this...

    Hope my solution solves your problem...



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    • Former Member hemu katta


      Did you follow the steps explained by our friend Avula in his earlier reply?.

      Just select the object and check systme status where you will see the DLT or DLFL status . Let me know what did you do first.

      Did you set the Deletion flag or deleted the component. If you set the deletion flag on objects and then only it will show.

      Please check and let us what did you first.



      Edited by: PSR on Jan 23, 2012 6:48 PM

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