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Alex Madison Absent Member.
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Creating multiple projects from single proposal?

Hello,
Does HP PPM support creation of multiple projects from a single proposal?
Also, can different projects have parent-child relationships? If so, would it be possible to include parent - multiple child projects under one program and roll up of the child projects in a program?

A more detailed insight and descriptive would be most helpful to understand the functionality.

Thanks in advance for recommendations.
Shilpa Taneja
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Mahen M Frequent Contributor.
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Re: Creating multiple projects from single proposal?

Hi,
You can create projects from the special command 'ksc_create_project'.... Not tried creating multiple projects, but practically it should support. Please have the execution steps at the end of Proposal flow.

The Parent-Child relationship can be establised in request reference section, If you want it automated then I hope you need to write some webservices.
Thank you.

Regards,
Mahendran M
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Absent Member.. Niraj Prabhu Absent Member..
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Re: Creating multiple projects from single proposal?

Shilpa,

You can use KCRT_REQUEST_UTIL.create_references

for creating references with Parent entity. You can associate multiple entities like Projects to a Proposals using this.

Thanks,
Niraj
Niraj P.
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