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Parsing the Primavera Files

 
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Hi


I been able to parse the MPP files programatically .Is there any API to parse the Primavera file types programatically?.

Where can i get the free trial version of Primavera Project Planner P3 and Primavera Suretrak?

Help me on this issue.

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Logeswaran Radhakrishnan wrote:Where can i get the free trial version of Primavera Project Planner P3 and Primavera Suretrak?


Have you looked on Oracle's Primavera page yet? If they don't offer a free trial, you could call them to ask.
 
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Hi Jeanne

Its a reply to the thread Parsing the MPP file in the Microsoft Server.


What actually i have done is i have my local MPP file in my harddisk.I been able to locate that file and been able to parse it.

Now what i have to do is that to establish connection to the server programatically and then i have to locate the required MPP file after which i have to parse the MPP file.

The server is Microsoft Project Server.

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Logeswaran Radhakrishnan
 
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Hi Ulf

Help me out to get out of this issue.Programatically i have to connect to the MPP Server and then i have to locate the required MPP .

MPP file is stored in the Microsoft Project Server (MPP server).


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Logeswaran Radhakrishnan
 
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