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PayRate Object (Project)

office 365 dev account|Last Updated: 6/12/2017
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Represents a line of rates from the cost rate table of a resource. The PayRate object is a member of the PayRates collection.

Using the PayRate Object

Use PayRates (Index ), whereIndex is the pay rate index number or date for which to return the rates in effect, to return a single PayRate object. The following example returns the standard pay rate for Tamara's first row of rates in cost rate table C.

ActiveProject.Resources("Tamara").CostRateTables("C").PayRates(1).StandardRate

Using the PayRates Collection

Use the PayRates property to return a PayRates collection. The following example lists the standard pay rates for all the cost rate tables of the resource in the active cell.

Dim CRT As CostRateTable
DIM PR As PayRate
Dim Rates As String

For Each CRT In ActiveCell.Resource.CostRateTables
    For Each PR In CRT.PayRates
        Rates = Rates & "CostRateTable " & CRT.Name & ": " & PR.StandardRate & vbCrLf
    Next PR
Next CRT

MsgBox Rates

Use the Add method to add a PayRate object to the PayRates collection. The following example adds a line to Tamara's cost rate table "C" with an effective date of September 1, 2012, a standard rate of $40.00 per hour, an overtime rate of $60.00 per hour, and a per-use cost of $0.

ActiveProject.Resources("Tamara").CostRateTables("C").PayRates.Add "9/1/2012", "$40/h", "$60/h", "$0"

Methods

Name
Delete

Properties

Name
Application
CostPerUse
EffectiveDate
Index
OvertimeRate
Parent
StandardRate
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