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P6 Resource Assignment Work, Cost & Unit values

In the attached sample file task “A1000” has two resources assigned. The task duration is 480 hours and the Duration Type in P6 is Fixed Duration & Units. The total hours for the task have been split 50% between the two resources.

When reading this project in Aspose the resource assignment values for Work and Cost are double what appears in P6.

P6 Screenshot:
image.png (425.7 KB)

P6 Project
SRR-SplittedResources.zip (4.2 KB)

Sample Program:

           Project m_Project2 = new Project(@"C:\SRR-SplittedResources.xer");
           ChildTasksCollector m_coll2 = new ChildTasksCollector();
           TaskUtils.Apply(m_Project2.RootTask, m_coll2, 0);

           foreach (var tsk in m_coll2.Tasks) {
               if (tsk.Get(Tsk.ActivityId) == "A1000") {
                   Console.WriteLine($"Task ActivityID: {tsk.Get(Tsk.ActivityId)} \n" +
                       $"Name: {tsk.Get(Tsk.Name)} \n" +
                       $"ActivityType: {tsk.Get(Tsk.Type)} \n" +
                       $"Duration: {tsk.Get(Tsk.Duration)} \n" +
                       $"Cost: {tsk.Get(Tsk.Cost)} \n" +
                       $"Work: {tsk.Get(Tsk.Work)} \n");
                   Console.WriteLine("");
               }
           }

          foreach (var xxx in m_Project2.ResourceAssignments) {
               if (xxx.Get(Asn.Task).Get(Tsk.ActivityId) == "A1000") {
                  Console.WriteLine($"Task ActivityID: {xxx.Get(Asn.Task).Get(Tsk.ActivityId)} \n" +
                        $"Resource Name: {xxx.Get(Asn.Resource).Get(Rsc.Name)} \n" +
                        $"Cost: {xxx.Get(Asn.Cost)} \n" +
                        $"Units: {xxx.Get(Asn.Units)} \n" +
                        $"Work: {xxx.Get(Asn.Work)} \n");
               }
           }

Program Output 22.10
image.png (17.3 KB)

Is this expected? In this situation should the Resource Assignment = Unit (.5) * the Task Duration? And Cost = Unit (.5) * Task Duration * Price/Unit? Or in my usage should we be performing this calculation?

Thanks

@leglandpalisade

No, assignment’s Work and Cost should contain the ‘final’ (multiplied by Units) values
We’ll fix the issue in version 22.11.

The issues you have found earlier (filed as TASKSNET-10692) have been fixed in this update.