Important planned task table fields The Planned Task table has these fields. Table 1. Important Planned Task Table Fields Label Name Type Description Actual cost work_cost currency The actual cost of the planned task, to be compared with the Estimated cost. Actual duration work_duration glide_duration The actual length of time (from start time to end time) of work on the planned task, to be compared with the Planned duration. Actual effort work_effort glide_duration The actual time spent working, to be compared to the Planned effort. Critical Path critical_path boolean Estimated cost cost currency An estimation of the cost of the planned task, to be compared with the actual cost. HTML Description html_description html A description field that accepts HTML mark-up. Percent Complete percent_complete decimal A percentage of the completed effort. Generated using the Planned effort and Actual effort fields. Planned duration duration glide_duration The estimated length of time (from start time to end time) of the planned task. Planned effort effort glide_duration The estimated amount of time spent working on the planned task. Planned end date end_date glide_date_time The estimated date and time for the planned task to end. Planned start date start_date glide_date_time The estimated date and time for the planned task to start. Remaining duration remaining_duration glide_duration The difference in planned and actual duration, representing the time left for the planned task. Remaining effort remaining_effort glide_duration The difference in planned and actual effort, representing the amount of work time left for the planned task. Rollup rollup boolean Read-only field managed by the system that identifies the task as having child tasks. A rollup task will have a number of its fields calculated from the children so those fields will be read-only. Time constraint time_constraint string A description of time constraints that apply to the planned task. Top Task top_task reference (planned_task) When different planned tasks are stacked in a hierarchy, this field populates with the highest-level parent task. For example, if Project A has a child Project B, and Project B has a child Project C, then Project C's Top Task is Project A. Project A's Top Task field will be blank.