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Schedule Percentage complete

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adab azeez
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Greetings to everyone. Is there any possible technique in primavera to get all the schedule % complete for each day ? Thanks in advance.

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Zoltan Palffy
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whats your measuing stick  ? Manhours, dollars units ? or do you not have any.

Raymund de Laza
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Set the data date at the end of the working day.

adab azeez
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Raymund. I have calculated this daily budgeted cost from Resource assignment. Then on excel I have done copy and paste. Then added the all budgeted cost. After that divided daily budgeted cost with the total one. And after that I took cummulative budgeted cost too.. But my schedule % calculation is different by 2 or 3 from the primavera schedule percentages. And unfortunately Unbale to track the fault.entire schudule is resource added.
Raymund de Laza
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Hi..

Divide the Daily Budgeted Cost by the Project Total Cost then multiply by 100%.

That shows the Daily Schedule % Complete.

Anoon Iimos
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That's easy, I mean if you were referring to "planned % complete" (meaning - baseline % complete). You can do that automatically anyway you want. Of course you have to move data date at anytime you want, which means that your schedule is progressing exactly as planned. Your "planned dates" shall automatically become "actual dates", everytime you update or move your data date. You can generate a tabular report, showing daily, weekly, monthly or whatever you want.
adab azeez
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Thank you Anoon, how would we know all the schedule % complete at a time corresponding to planned dates ? My project start date is 3 January. And I want to know the schedule% complete for each day. In order to know this I am changing the data date each time and then scheduling it to see the % complete, which is a long procedure. Any shortcut for this ?
Anoon Iimos
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Yes, if you're planning unit is "day", then for sure you will get your corresponding percent complete per day.