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Importing MSP Files into P6

I have a subcontractors file with over 4500 activities that needed to be imported into P6. I have tried to export the MSP file into a .XML format. P6 invoke a fault message that this is not the correct format. The settings in P6 was selected to import the said format. I have tried to import the said file into P6 as a .mpp file. The following happens, a fault message was delivered indicated the the file name is to long. I have rename the file with a name shorter than 40 characters. After a while and on 85% completion of the import my P6 freezes and I had to use Windows Task Manager to end Primavera P6. I also have tested the import to P6 with other .mpp file and did not experienced any problems.

I can only deducted from this is that there are some fields/info in the MSP file that causes my importing problems.

Do anybody have a suggestion in how to solve this problem. To manualy retype > 4500 activities plus resources is not an option.

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There is a simple solution to import mpp files into P6.

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