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How to configure OPPM bridge to integrate with P6 using "Username Token" Authentication (Doc ID 2045480.1)

Last updated on MARCH 21, 2019

Applies to:

Primavera Portfolio Management - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Configure OPPM Bridge to integrate with P6 using "Username Token" Authentication.

Solution

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Goal
Solution
 Prerequisites:
 1.When OPPM was installed, the "Bridge for Primavera P6 and Microsoft..." component was selected.
 2.After OPPM installation, you need to configure the privilege add Read & View permission on the PM Bridge Add-on module for the account to be able to see the Tools menu inside OPPM.
 3.After you got Read & View privilege in PM Bridge add-on, you should be able to do the same for other add-ons (for example: "P6 v8.0 Bridge") and you should be able to see the Tools menu on the menu bar in OPPM.
4.After you added the Read & View privilege for other add-ons (For example "P6 v8.0 Bridge"), the Add button in the Bridge console will be available to let you add a new server which matches the type (for example P6 v8.x) to the bridge.
 Steps:
 1.Create the Key store and certificates on P6 server.
 2.Create certificate by: "keytool -exportcert -keystore keystore.jks -storepass <password> -alias <alias> -file <p6_server_name>.cer"
 3.Change the configuration under P6 web service's configuration in adminpv:
 4.Copy the .cer generated in step 2 to the OPPM server. Place it where ever you like.
 5.On the OPPM server machine, Import the certificate file
 6.Configure Bridge in OPPM Bridge console
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