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Project export - Sub EPSs not coming

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Hi,

Primavera P6 version7
I am exporting and importing Projects (all projects exporting/importing in 1 xer) of a user from its standalone database to a central database and facing a difficult that his EPSs are not getting migrated.
Do we need to create EPSs manually in the target database and arrange projects manually?
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The EPS structure is not included with the project exports.  In the import dialog the user is asked which existing EPS node to place the projects.  You will have to manually reconstruct the EPS structure.  In your situation (all project import) after import drag the project to the applicable EPS node.  The larger issue here is if the standalone database is using resources, codes, etc., that are not in your centeralized database, these will be added to your system.  You could create your own standalone database that reflects your correct resources, codes, etc., import into that, and clean up the data.  After clean up export back out and then into your centeralized database.
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