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How to add activity as a constraint

How to add activity as a constraint

How to add activity as a constraint

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Hi all,
I am working around to find a solution to define activity as a constraint to other activity.
For example, there is set of 15 activities (A1, A2, ...,etc.).
Activities A5 and A10 are such that, during their execution period other all activities must not executed or else to be paused.
I have checked with constraint menu but not found any solution.

RE: How to add activity as a constraint

I'm afraid there is nothing built in to the program to do that. You can mark the period of time for A5 and A10 as non-working time in the project calendar - but you would need to update that non-working time. Tasks A5 and A10 would also need to have task calendars assigned that allowed them to work during that period.

I hope this helps.

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