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Required Apps Timesheets (hr_timesheet)
Employee Directory (hr)
Invoicing (account)
Project (project)
Included Dependencies
Project Recalculate (0 lines of code)
Technical Name event_project
Also available in version v 12.0 v 8.0
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Plan events through projects

This module allows you to assign a project to an event. This project will inherit its event's name an its due date will be set as the event's begining date.

Change the event's begining date or its name so the project's due date and name will be changed. And all the project pending tasks will be retro-planned according to the new date.


To use this module, you need to:

  1. Create a project or duplicate an existing one that fits your needs.
  2. Go to an event or create a brand new one and assign the previous project.
  3. The project will inherit its name and will fit its end date to the begging of the event.
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