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kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh Question

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When using the kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh, do you need to put a start date?

 

If you just want to generate an additional 52 time periods on top of what already exists, can you use the following syntax:

 

sh ./kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh 52

 

Also, this only needs to be run on one server in a cluster, correct?

 

Thanks.

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Re: kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh Question

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Hi ScQuinn,

 

 

The time periods in Project and Portfolio Management(PPM) are created using the kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh script.

 

The start date must be specified for the kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh script. The script takes two parameters: one is <no. of periods> and the other is <start date>.

 

The format for the start date is mm/dd/yy.

 

For example:

D:itg>sh ./kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh 1 04/04/09

D:itg>sh ./kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh 26 04/04/09

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One other quick question, does this script require a restart of the nodes or do these take effect automatically?
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Hi ScQuinn,

 

 

The time periods in Project and Portfolio Management(PPM) are created using the kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh script.

 

The start date must be specified for the kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh script. The script takes two parameters: one is <no. of periods> and the other is <start date>.

 

The format for the start date is mm/dd/yy.

 

For example:

D:itg>sh ./kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh 1 04/04/09

D:itg>sh ./kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh 26 04/04/09

Best regards,
Randall

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Note:
If you do not specify the start date, it will use the current week as the starting week, and if you do not specify the number of periods, it will generate 24 periods.

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Also, You just have to run it one time. That means just in one node.

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Re: kGenTimeMgmtPeriods.sh Question

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Thanks.

Does this require a restart of the nodes to take effect?
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No, this is a change in the database so, there is no restart needed.

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Thanks for the answers and quick response!
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I am always glad to help you.

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