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Urgent!! Two Projects -> 1 Project

Urgent!! Two Projects -> 1 Project

Urgent!! Two Projects -> 1 Project

Is possible to merge two projects (both in the same metadata) into another project, or in a project merge the schema objects of another project??  


RE: Urgent!! Two Projects -> 1 Project

You can use the MicroStrategy "Object Manager" tool to copy objects from one project into another.  You can also use a new wizard if you have a more recent version of MicroStrategy Object Manager (v 7.2) called the Project Merge Wizard.  I haven't done it, but according to MicroStrategy's documentation, see technote TN6600-072-0022, it appears that you can merge two projects into one using that wizard as well.  HTH,


RE: Urgent!! Two Projects -> 1 Project

Project Merge Wizard is basically an advanced version of the object manager. I have used object manager quite a few times and one condition that existed was that the two projects that you are trying to merge or move objects between has to be duplicates of each other in other words it should have a common project ID (GUID) in the metadata. I am not sure of that is still true for Project Merge Wizard.

Hope this helps.

RE: Urgent!! Two Projects -> 1 Project

Yes it's true that the project must share the same GUID. It follows the same rules at Object Manager.

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