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Start to Start (SS) Let’s say that you and a friend are going to put up a new fence.
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Issue: 431 There is currently no easy way to update all packages within a solution.
The right place in time to do the first baseline is when the initial planning is done and the budget is approved.
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I although recommend you have a few baselines as possible.
You should only re-baseline when you have major changes in your project such as; delays, overrun of budget or loss of key resources.
These two tasks are of Start to Start link type because your friend needs to wait until you have started your activity but he does not need to wait until your are finished with your task. Start to Finish (SF) When you lay a foundation to a house with concrete you could have two tasks, Lay foundation (Task A) and Deliver Concrete (Task B).
The SS link type does not require that both task starts simultanously. Finish to Finish (FF) Using the same example as above you can also say that you need to be finished with putting down the poles before (Task A) before your friend is able to finish his task of attaching the net (Task B). Task A is not possible to to completed before Task B. Press CTRL and click on the Start-date of the second task.