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Intergraph Smart Materials Help (10.1)

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  1. Click an Expediting Item.

  2. Enter planned dates of the activity in Planned Start Date and Planned End Date.

    If project default ZP_MS_FDPD is set to N, the expected progress is calculated based on the planned dates.

  3. Enter forecasted dates of the activity in Forecasted Start Date and Forecasted End Date.

    If project default ZP_MS_FDPD is set to Y (default), the expected progress is calculated based on the forecasted dates.

  4. Enter actual dates of the activity in Actual Start Date and Actual End Date.

  5. Type the actual progress percentage in Actual Progress.

The expected progress percentage is displayed in Expected Progress.

How is the expected progress calculated?

The expected progress percentage is calculated based on forecasted dates (if project default ZP_MS_FDPD is set to Y, this is the default) or planned dates (if project default ZP_MS_FDPD is set to N). The following applies:

  • If no forecasted/planned start date or no forecasted/planned end date have been entered, the expected progress is 0%.

  • If the current date lies before the forecasted/planned start date, the expected progress is 0%.

  • If the current date lies after the forecasted/planned end date, the expected progress is 100%.

  • If the current date lies between the forecasted/planned start and end date, the expected progress is calculated on account of the current date and the number of days required for this activity, using this formula:

    ((current date - start date) * 100) / (end date - start date)

  • If the forecasted/planned end date has expired and the actual progress of this activity is not 100%, Com_Warning appears in the first column. Hovering over the icon shows an appropriate message.