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 This information was out of date.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.
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.
Tuesday, 27th December saw the release of Primavera P6 version 8.2 and this promises to be an interesting version. Release 8.2 offers lots of new features and many welcome enhancements to the Primavera
Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Filters How to Mix the ‘And’ and the ‘Or’ Options in One Filter Building a filter where all the conditions are either ‘And’ or ‘Or’ between each row is pretty straight forward. However, if you want to mix them up a little it’s not so obvious how you should do that […]
This week, Oracle announced Primavera Contract Management, Business Intelligence Publisher Edition with powerful new reporting capabilities. Oracle’s Business Intelligence Publisher replaces Sybase’s InfoMaker as the report writer
Probably the most obvious, and talked about change, after the release of Oracle Primavera P6 R8.0 was the shift of administration from the desktop client to the web application. This shift was further emphasized in P6 R8.1 when the Web Access application
Getting the right versions of browsers and java runtime environments on your PC is critical when using Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM web clients. If you’re experiencing difficulties, you may not have the correct combinations of web browser or Java installed.
In last week’s blog What Is A Reflection?, we discussed some of the key capabilities of Reflections in the Oracle Primavera P6 R8.1 Professional client. Since then we’ve received some great comments and ‘yes and’ ideas from folks who are using this capability out there in the field.
With dozens of date fields in both P6 (web client) and P6 Professional, it can be tricky figuring out what they all represent. If you’ve been wondering what the difference between a planned date and an anticipated date might be for example
A Reflection is an interesting concept and as far as I know (correct me if I’m wrong folks), is unique to P6. You can think of a Reflection as a special what-if copy of a project. Unlike a straight copy however, a Reflection retains a link back to the source project.