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The screen capture above shows a resource’s calendar in PPM, with the dates June 6th-10th, and June 20th-24th being the affected days. Those dates were set to non-working days and then changed back to working days in PPM.
PPM reflects the update correctly, but the resource calendar in the exported project does not as it continues to display June 6th-10th and June 20th-24th as non-working days. (June 27th-30th is kept as non-working time in PPM and thus reflected correctly in MSP)
Caused by DE40557
Release: ESPCLA99000-14.2-Clarity-Extended Support Plus
DE40557 has been fixed in our upcoming PPM 15.5 release.
Open the resource calendar in PPM, select the affected days and use the Reset to Base option. The calendar for the resource in Microsoft Project then displays the working days correctly.