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Why is Portfolio displaying an "availability violation"

I've got a portfolio plan defined with teams that have the necessary skills and estimates.  Yet, the scheduler is displaying an "availability violation".  Has anyone else experienced this?  Have any thoughts on things I could try to resolve it? 

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I figured this issue out.  I had required skills split across teams. Portfolio won't allow multiple teams to be assigned at the story level.  Once I put all the people/skills in one team, the availability violation was resolved.

Now if I could just figure out why Portfolio thinks there are skill gaps to complete a story.

Hey Peter, have you found any way of finding where ths kill gaps are in a plan?

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