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In the example below, even though both activities have the exact same estimates, because of the hard constraint, the first task appears to have less variance or risk which may not reflect reality.
There are cases in which hard constraints are justified. The case may be that a hard deadline exists for access to a testing facility or a launch window. These are “real world” constraints and sometimes and can be used if your team believes it is useful, though there are other methods, such as using deadlines with the Success Rate view that provide the same ability to measure the probability of meeting a hard deadline, without the use of hard constraints. In the example below, the Success Rate view shows that the activity has only an 18% chance of finishing before a set deadline.
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