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The Constraint Dates task plan table is used to view the constraints that have been applied to all of the tasks in a task plan.
|Constraint Dates Fields||Description|
The date (start or finish) upon which the constraint is based. Required for Finish No Earlier Than, Finish No Later Than, Must Finish On, Must Start On, Start No Earlier Than, or Start No Later Than. This is not used with the As Late As Possible or As Soon As Possible constraints.
The constraint that has been set for a task. A constraint can be one of the following: As Late As Possible, As Soon As Possible, Finish No Earlier Than, Finish No Later Than, Must Finish On, Must Start On, Start No Earlier Than, or Start No Later Than.
A duration is the total amount of time required to complete a task, based on a task's start and finish dates. A duration is always based on how a day is defined in the working calendar associated with the task plan. A day is defined (by default) as being 8 hours; therefore, a duration of 1 day in a task is 8 hours.
The name of a task (or a task plan).
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