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Old 01-24-2012, 12:54 AM
Antares Antares is offline Scheduling conflicts in MS Project Windows XP Scheduling conflicts in MS Project Office 2007
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I am having following (attached) notification when want to re-schedule the schedule...
I checked and discovered that I was having "Must finish on" inflexible constraint on a task. And that was making inconsistencies with predecessors/successors imposed on the same task.

Could you advise me how can I see simultaneously all such incorrect "constraints + predecessors/successors with its own constraints" combinations and not to have these notification messages appearing each time for different tasks?

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Old 01-24-2012, 06:36 AM
JulieS JulieS is offline Scheduling conflicts in MS Project Windows 7 64bit Scheduling conflicts in MS Project Office 2010 32bit
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Hello Antares,

1. Tasks with constraints other than ASAP or ALAP have icons appearing in the Indicator column.
2. You can apply the "Task with Fixed Dates" filter to see all tasks which are constrained.
3. You can add the Constraint Type field to a table view.

I hope this helps.

Julie
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