Doug Greer (CA PPM Solutions Architect) over at Rego Consulting along with Camille Pack (Rego's Expert Content Creator) recently got together to discuss CA PPM 14.2 performance and outlook. It's such a great read for everyone who shares the CA PPM space, so I thought I would get permission to re-publish the orginal blog post by Camille over at Rego Consulting.
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There sure is plenty of hype these days around CA PPM 14.2, and for great reason with the new Jaspersoft integration among other exciting new stuff. IT-ROI has been planning a webinar for this, focusing on the Jaspersoft integration with CA PPM 14.2, but our CA PPM Services partner Rego Consulting made us aware of their recent panel discussion "Experts Discuss Jaspersoft & CA PPM 14.2"
Microsoft Excel and SharePoint provide exciting opportunities for CA PPM users, managers and administrators when it comes to Microsoft integration with CA PPM. The productivity benefits alone are staggering, and with over 500 million active Excel and SharePoint users out there, user adoption associated costs will be in check.
The below list is a result of years of user feedback on where our clients see quantifiable value in our Microsoft integrated solutions for CA PPM.
ERROR : "One or more resources could not be added. Possibly due to security"
|When adding a resource in Project > Team > Staff Page or adding a project to Resource > Allocation page, if the user selects the checkbox for one or more project or resource that is already listed before clicking 'Add', an error is thrown in the UI: "One or more resources could not be added. Possibly due to security"The same issue arises also when you try to add a project to a resource's Allocation Tab, after selecting one or more projects that is already added to the resource.|
Description: In the CA PPM Timesheets filter, the Auto-suggest feature will never return any OBS Units. It will always read "No results match" instead.
Products: CA PPM, CA Governance, Risk ＆ Compliance Manager
|Out in the wild when modifying/upgrading/installing/configuring NSA or Clarity config files you may end up on quite the situation, out of nowhere one of the following issues can occur:
Here is a CA Clarity tutorial that you may find useful:
Error "ODF-0101: No object found" after deleting sub object that has virtual attribute that reference an attribute of the master object
Cost Plans provide great functionality in Clarity PPM. It is common for several users to have access to them. So it’s easy to end in a fiscal period nightmare if you make a typo when creating the fiscal periods.We have seen this case with several customers, when they realize the periods are not accurate. By the time they realize this, a user already created a Clarity PPM Cost Plan and as soon as they try to delete or deactivate, the system won’t allow it. If your Clarity PPM environment has a couple thousand projects and a handful of PMs, it is going to be painful to track the culprit and remove it.
The below Clarity PPM query can easily identify time periods in use and provide information about the investment:
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|When working with Clarity PPM it is pretty common to get an error and navigate to your logs to find the exact exception and start troubleshooting. But what happens when you get an error and no message is printed out?We had a similar situation this week, a user updated a time-scaled portlet and each time a user scrolled the scale, they would get a popup with no details or messages in the log. We then identified that if the error occurs on the client side it may not get to the server, and because CA Clarity PPM is strong in JS it is fairly easy to face this issues.
In this case the issue was reproducible when adding a time scaled attribute without defining the number of periods to display. Once the portlet was reconfigured it has not occurred again.
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