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Couldn't you just create a new EPS in P6, copy your existing project then paste the new copy into the newly created EPS/1 person found this helpful
Sounds pretty simple
Hope this helps,
For the case of them keeping the same database, if they move the EPS node rather than creating a new one this should keep your EPS Codes intact.1 person found this helpful
For when they create a new database, suggest that they cppy the existing database and delete out the stuff that is no longer required.
To copy EPS Codes from one system to another, you first need to Add the EPS Codes to the new database, then copy over your Projects.
To P3 Scheduler & Cameron,
I realised the same answer but when I got this answer it was too late and they already performed the task. So, I lost all my EPS Codes. But after that I just went to the stagging database and I pushed that code to global & I export them out and Import it back to the new EPS structure. So that was a long & tidy process but I retained my codes as a global.
Thanks for your answers