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From: Debbie Schnell Woolard <>
Subject: [GENBOX] Research Targets/Projects was (More than 2 authors)
Date: Sat, 16 Aug 2003 09:09:11 -0500
On Saturday, 16-08-2003 at 01:30 PM +0200, wim prange said:
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>I'm not the Project Queen but I know that you can assign one Research Target
>to several Projects.
>The hierarchy is one Project > several Objectives > several sub-objectives.
>Every level can have several Research-targets and every Research-target
>consists of several Searches.
>A Research-target can be linked to several Projects/Objectives, a Search can
>not be linked to several Research-targets.
>On Project-view > Hierarchy tab you can drag and drop (sub-)Objectives
>around. You can't link one Objective to several Projects (or higher-level
>When dragging a top-level Project onto another Project, it seems at first
>that it sticks so that you can change it to an Objective. After you've
>closed and opened the Project-view though, you will notice that this isn't
>the case: the 'Objective' has jumped back to it's original top-level
>position, thus staying a Project.
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Well, that's great news for me! I can set up a several "Surname" projects,
and then apply the research tasks to all they may belong to. So this way I
will have my research logs.
I'm still hoping for a better search method of Research Targets. What
would be really nice is a form added to the Search window, where you can
search for anything that is on the Research Targets form. If not that,
then a pick dialog with more options.
Thanks for answering my question.
-- Debbie Schnell Woolard
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