Bob Bob - 1 year ago 95
C# Question

Determining MS Project Task Lineage

I have a MS Project file which I am using the Primary Interop Assemblies to parse. How can I determine the lineage of a task? I was relying on the WBS code, however the client has started to fiddle with this field and it no longer represents the hierarchy of the data.

Edit: By lineage I mean a way to identify where in the hierarchy the task exists. By default the WBS code mimics this perfectly.

I need this information to determine what is the parent for a task.


  • A

  • B

    • B1

    • B2

    • B3

  • C

The Lineage for B3 would be 2.3 (If we counted by 1, like project)

Answer Source

Try the Task object's OutlineNumber property and the PredecessorTasks collection.


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