Projects are full of plans, reports, and other documents. Having a clear understanding of each of the document types and why they may or may not be needed in a project can help you, the Project Management Professional (PMP) or Certified Associate in Project Management (CAPM) candidate to answer exam questions correctly.
Action item log This is the same document as an issue log. It documents and tracks the status of issues in the project.
Activity attributes The activity characteristics such as the activity codes, predecessor and successor activities, leads and lags, resource requirements, dates, constraints, and assumptions.
Activity cost estimate supporting detail This is the collection of documents that ...