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Transfering performance data to different file versions

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Rafael Davila
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Vladimir,

I want to keep my Contract Schedule separate from SPDM versions for Optimistic, Probable and Pessimistic as Probable is not equal to Contract Plan. I also want to keep another separate Schedule for whatever, perhaps Plan B and “what if”, in this last version I will add my switches and will toggle on and of relationships at will, will be my punching bag but I don’t want to duplicate the effort on updating several versions by entering actual data once more as it is time consuming and error prone.

I remember reading one of the tables related to performance updating cannot be exported, perhaps monitoring table, and this blocked my mind about exporting performance archive, functionality now I believe will allow me to do what I am looking for.

In order to better understand this functionality I ask you, does import performance archive data from another project overrides actual values on the second?

Best regards,
Rafael

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Rafael Davila
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Vladimir,

Thanks that will do it just fine at a click of the mouse. It will even transfer any prior update correction I might miss if updating several versions by performing a manual or separate update for each version.

Best regards,
Rafael
Rafael,
if you will import Performance from other project all actual data will be replaced by those in the imported archive together with remaining durations and volumes of all activities that are executed.
Durations and volumes of activities that did not start will remain the same.
Best Regards,
Vladimir