Web Service method to merge reflection

Hi,
Is there any P6 web service method available to update Project from reflection  ?
We can create reflection from project using operation CopyProjectAsReflection available in ProjectService.
But how to merge this reflection to the project?
Thanks,
Abhi

Hi,
Is there any P6 web service method available to update Project from reflection  ?
We can create reflection from project using operation CopyProjectAsReflection available in ProjectService.
But how to merge this reflection to the project?
Thanks,
Abhi

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