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Thorough documentation on PPM 7.5 Schedule Health Indicators?

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TMarieS
Occasional Contributor

Thorough documentation on PPM 7.5 Schedule Health Indicators?

Hi all,

I am having a hard time finding really thorough documentation on how the color is determined for schedule health indicators. I know how to update the Project Type for both schedule and overall project health, but it appears that there is a range of colors: not just red, yellow, or green. Is any of this documented somewhere?
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Erik Cole_1
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Thorough documentation on PPM 7.5 Schedule Health Indicators?

Hi Trina,

I'm not aware of any "range of colors"...what are you seeing?
TMarieS
Occasional Contributor

Re: Thorough documentation on PPM 7.5 Schedule Health Indicators?

Hi Erik,

It appears as though the indicator 'square' can be orange or brownish sometimes... I am sure it is based on how close the project is to slipping from yellow to red, but I am wondering if there is any specific logic.
Erik Cole_1
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Thorough documentation on PPM 7.5 Schedule Health Indicators?

That's a new one to me...are you looking at the Project Overview page, or a portlet?
TMarieS
Occasional Contributor

Re: Thorough documentation on PPM 7.5 Schedule Health Indicators?

I will do some more testing.. I noticed it a few weeks ago.

So, the only indicators should be red, yellow, or green, right?
Erik Cole_1
Esteemed Contributor

Re: Thorough documentation on PPM 7.5 Schedule Health Indicators?

Yeah
TMarieS
Occasional Contributor

Re: Thorough documentation on PPM 7.5 Schedule Health Indicators?

Based on feedback from Erik, I am going to do some additional testing.
Alexandru Saven
Regular Collector

Re: Thorough documentation on PPM 7.5 Schedule Health Indicators?

Trina,

the color codes are documented in "Create Portlets and Modules", Appendix A "Color Names".

cheers
Alex
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