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Schedule Inspector | BARBECANA

Schedule Inspector improves schedule quality by identifying potential problems in your Microsoft Project schedule




Schedule Inspector™ Features


Schedule Inspector’s tests reveal problems in three main areas: flaws in your schedule logic; inconsistent progressing; and poor performance against the baseline. Some of these problems can be fixed within Schedule Inspector, either globally or one task at a time. You can also highlight tasks with problems so that you can fix them in MS Project.

You can pick and choose which tests to do, and most can be customized. (Defaults exist for both DCMA and non-DCMA applications.) Results can be printed or copied to the clipboard for inclusion in other documents. For a complete list of features, click here.

Schedule Inspector™


Barbecana’s Schedule Inspector is an add-in to Microsoft Project® (2007 and above). It helps improve the quality of schedules by checking for the use of scheduling features and techniques that many think should be used sparingly or not at all.

Schedule Inspector is highly customizable. You need perform only those tests you think are appropriate to your circumstances, and most tests can be customized. Results are displayed color-coded on screen and can also be printed. Offending tasks can also be automatically highlighted in MS Project so that the user can fix the problems.