My client adopted Oracle Primavera Portfolio Management (formerly ProSight) -- which is NOT P6, a couple of years ago. It entered production with v.8.0 which had a spell-checker included but which does not work with the approved 64-bit O/S (ie: Windows Server 64-bit). After being disappointed with the v.9.0 release also not supporting 64-bit O/S, the recently released v.9.0-Sp1 finally does. Good news!
I have the instructions (“Primavera Portfolio Management 8.0 Customizing the Spelling Checker.pdf”) for adding a custom dictionary to the system, but cannot find any information on doing this for OPPM v.9.0-Sp1.
Does anyone know if the same instructions still work, or where I can get new instructions for adding a custom dictionary (to avoid having the users need to add many new terms, including their own misspelled ones)?
Thanx in advance.
Edited by: user11049393 on Jul 12, 2012 11:07 AM
You can check the below one for Primavera Portfolio Management 9.0 Customizing the Spelling Checker.pdf
Let me know if this helps
Actually, after my message yesterday, I managed to find the document, buried in with the OPPM technical docs. Looks identical to the OPPM v.8 version. Thanx for your help.
Now that I have poked around a little more, I realized that I haven't seen anything about how to EDIT the dictionary files once created. How does one clean them up of accidentally (or unintentionally) added mis-spelled words? Every other application I've ever used with a spell checker has that function somewhere, but I can't see it in OPPM.
Any info on this issue? Thanx in advance.
Just edit the tlx file.
These are located in the C:\Program Files\Oracle\Primavera Portfolio Management\Portfolios on my machine. The tlx extension is hidden by default.
Find the misspelled word in one of the dictionaries (ssceam.tlx;ssceam2.clx;correct.tlx;tech.tlx) and update it.