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PPM Support Tip: PPM 9.20 best practices doesn't contain the _PROJECT_RISK request type

KCS article: KM00433806

Defect: QCCR1L51372

 

Some clients deployed best practices in their PPM 9.20 environment and found out that Project Risk request type is not included but there is a Risk Management Process Workflow and program risk request type.

 

When clicking Search > Project Risk, an error occurs:

Request type business key, _PROJECT_RISK not found.

 

Workaround:

 

1. Export request type 'project risks' from 91x instance.

Just run the following command in <PPM_HOME>\bin

sh kMigratorExtract.sh -username <AdminUserName> -password <AdminPassword>-action bundle -entityId 19 -referenceCode _PROJECT_RISK

      Then you can get the exported bundle in <PPM_HOME>/transfers. (bundle.zip)

2. Extract 'bundle.zip' and find 'Source_Descriptor.xml'

3. Open 'Source_Descriptor.xml', chang KINTANA_VERSION from "9.1.x" to "9.2.0.0".

4. Zip it again and copy the bundle to <PPM_HOME>.

5. Run the following command in <PPM_HOME>\bin

sh kMigratorImport.sh -username <AdminUserName> -password <AdminPassword> -action import -filename <PPM_HOME>\bundle.zip -flags NNNNNNNNNNNNNNNYNNN

Best regards,
Randall

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