Schedule health is used to indicate the health of a project in terms of scheduling. Project schedule health is indicated by the colored indicator in the project header.
A project only has a schedule health indicator when the work plan is Active; it disappears when the work plan is completed or put On Hold.
The Schedule Health policy controls:
- The percent of tasks that have exceptions to turn the schedule health red or yellow.
- The violations of which rules cause PPM to report exceptions on tasks.
- Whether or not the violations of particular exception rules are included in the schedule health indicator.
Options in this policy are described as follows.
|Allow project managers to override these settings?||Whether or not project managers can edit this policy in their projects.|
|Percent of tasks that must have Exceptions to turn the Schedule Health Red||
When the specified percent of tasks of the project work plan have exceptions, the project schedule health turns to red.
Note: When calculating the count of total tasks, PPM does not include summary task or tasks whose status is either "Completer" or "Cancelled".
|Percent of tasks that must have Exceptions to turn the Schedule Health Yellow||When the specified percent of tasks of the project work plan have exceptions, the project schedule health turns to yellow.|
This section lists a set of predefined exception rules. You can specify the following: