Different objects, such as activities, milestones, and benchmarks, may be related or unrelated to one another. These relationships are represented by links, and they form the backbone of a GPM schedule. From them, [...]
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Once created, negative-gap links will not be corrected by the system until is turned back on and one or more of the activities impacting these links are moved (either the predecessor or successor [...]
Logic is a condition whereby precedence relationships are maintained. For example, if is turned OFF and an activity is moved earlier than a predecessor, it will create a negative-gap link, corrupting the logic [...]
Only the vertical or horizontal portions of diagonal links may be selected. If this proves difficult, zoom in until you can see the horizontal or vertical portion and select it.
Sometimes, it may be desirable to draw and link activities rapidly, without worrying about entering exact dates or fine-tuning them on the canvas. This may be achieved by clicking the icon in the [...]
More than two activities can be linked together using the icon on the toolbar, provided that they are all finish-to-start (no overlapping). Select the desired objects on the canvas by drawing a box [...]
If two activities selected for linking are overlapping on the timescale (e.g. the start of a successor starts before its predecessor finishes), an error message will occur. This is because there’s no way [...]