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cProject -roles

Hai

I am unable to assign the responsible role and the responsible person in cProjects(version 4.0) to the project definition and to the corresponding tasks.

Configured the Project role types(project manager,project lead,consultant and their costs) and assigned to the Project type.

In the Resource Tab - getting a role but it is greyed out - if i click the button "Copy this data for the Project role" - getting error " Message was caused by reference object 'Role'.

How can i assign the roles to the project and the person capacities? Can we able to view like in PS - Capacity load(overload)??

regards

PP

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  • author's profile photo Former Member
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    Posted on Nov 06, 2007 at 04:28 AM

    Hi pratap,

    Do you have administrator role in Cproject?

    check that and reply back

    Niranjan

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    • Former Member Former Member

      Hai

      I tried to assign the resources through Project Management - Portal into cProjects but couldnot.

      Tried another way - by creating a new cProject in Portal - i could able to assign the resources - when i review and try to save - giving error message that

      " Logical Port ERP_PSS_CREATE_PROJECT does not exist or not active"

      any clues fm PLM gurus to proceed further.

      Regards

      PP

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    Posted on Nov 23, 2007 at 11:25 AM

    i have to upload xml file to cproject

    how can we map the fields of xml with the fields in cprojects

    please its very urgent

    i am sending u sample xml file.

    Tire_ProjectInfoList>

    <Tire_ProjectInfo>

    <TDM_DESCRIPTION>Toyota 860LM Project - 185/60R15 Eagle Excellence 84H</TDM_DESCRIPTION>

    <ZID>

    </ZID>

    <CN_COMMENT>

    </CN_COMMENT>

    <CN_TEMPLATE_PROJECT>False</CN_TEMPLATE_PROJECT>

    <CN_ACTIVE>True</CN_ACTIVE>

    <CN_ACTIVE_DATE>2000-01-01</CN_ACTIVE_DATE>

    <CN_START_DATE>2000-01-01</CN_START_DATE>

    <CN_DISCOUNT_RATE>0.00</CN_DISCOUNT_RATE>

    <CN_TOTAL_EXPENSE>0</CN_TOTAL_EXPENSE>

    <CN_ROLLING_AVG_GM>0</CN_ROLLING_AVG_GM>

    <CN_COMMERCIAL_COST>0</CN_COMMERCIAL_COST>

    <CN_RND_PROJ1>060144</CN_RND_PROJ1>

    <CN_RND_PROJ2>

    </CN_RND_PROJ2>

    <CN_RND_PROJ3>

    </CN_RND_PROJ3>

    <CN_RND_PROJ4>

    </CN_RND_PROJ4>

    <CN_RND_PROJ5>

    </CN_RND_PROJ5>

    <CN_PERF_DIALOGUE>

    </CN_PERF_DIALOGUE>

    <CN_TECH_RISK_ASSESSMENT>0</CN_TECH_RISK_ASSESSMENT>

    <CN_TECH_RISK_RATIONALE>

    </CN_TECH_RISK_RATIONALE>

    <CN_EXPECTED_LIFE>0</CN_EXPECTED_LIFE>

    <CN_EXPECTED_LIFE_DISTANCEUOM>

    <UOM_DistanceInfo>

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