I’m often asked for examples of typical Cobra transaction (CSV) file formats that can be used for loading such items as actual costs, code file data, activity, rate, resource calculation and resource assignment information. This blog provides some general information and some downloadable sample CSV files that might be useful for you.
If you’ve ever opened a Primavera P6 schedule and wondered where all that negative float suddenly came from, then this article might help.
I’m sometimes asked how long Primavera P6 has been on the market and what I know about its history. Fair question. You’d like to be sure you’re dealing with a
Since we announced Oracle’s release of Primavera P6 8.2 late last year, we’ve had a little time to look at the Professional client software and some of the new features discussed in the release documentation.
Jon Swain, President of Ten Six Consulting, predicts that cloud computing, outsourcing, the economy, Agile leadership and change management will drive project management during 2012.
As a Ten Six’s strategic European partner, Kinley Consulting’s Managing Director Janet Parkin predicts the top 5 project trends for 2012. These include virtual teams, social technology, green projects, project value and PMOs will be the trending topics for project management in 2012. With the Olympics just around the corner, 2012 is going to be […]
Earlier this month I published an article that incorrectly stated Cobra 5.1 only supported API integration with versions of Primavera P6 up to and including version 6.2.1. This information was out of date. I am very happy to retract that statement and inform you that Cobra 5.1 does indeed support Primavera P6 version 7 and has done so since May of 2011.
The end of the year saw another Deltek release of Cobra 5.1, this version being hotfix 9. This hotfix loads build number 5.01.336 and solves a few more glitches that may have had you holding off on updates.
I’m increasingly running to the question, “does Deltek Cobra 5 integrate with Oracle’s Primavera P6 version 7 or version 8?” The inadequate answer is “sort of”. It’s a two part issue.
Letting your project team improvise on projects sounds a little unconventional. After all, the point of having a plan and good change control procedure is so that the team knows where it is headed and stays on track.