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SureTrak - Late dates / S- Curves

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T M Harish
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Dear Friends,

Can someone help me on the problem I am facing on SureTrak.

After resource loading, I want to use the periodic data for S-curves, which I could get for the early dates.

Is there any way I could get the periodic data for late dates, same like P3. So I will have two curves, early planned curve and late planned curve.



José Garrido
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Hi, this is my first post reply

I will explain since(as,like) me I solve this problem.

First, inserted a column with "Constraint Finish Type"
Second, I select in the first activity "Constraint Finish Type = As late as possible".
Third. Whit "Copy Cell" I drag on all the activities and with "Paste Cell" paste in all the "As late as possible" value, for the column "Constraint Finish Type".
Last. I calculate this new situation and the result is the late curve.

I expect to have solved your problem.

I ask for excuses for my English, but only I write Spanish and to write this message have used a translator.
Eckart Schenck
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scheduling backwards should give you late data, I suppose.