A new Primavera P6 book has been released this month by PACKT Publishing, and we were asked to review it. As we’re always interested in learning about new resources for the furthering of knowledge in this industry, we were delighted to take a closer look and share our impressions. Publication Details Oracle Primavera P6 Version 8: […]
We are often asked about Primavera P6 Analytics, what does it do and what does it look like. So we taken some high-res screen grabs to give you some idea of what it looks like. What it does is this. Oracle’s Primavera P6 Analytics is an enterprise wide business intelligence solution that provides senior management with improved visibility and transparency into project performance.
The Ten Six team has been running tests on the latest evaluation copy of Windows 8 specifically to see how well it supports our primary tools of specialization; namely Deltek Cobra and Primavera P6. Our first impressions of this new operating system from Microsoft were a mixture of curiosity and shock.
Late December 2011 saw the release of Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM 8.2 and it’s certainly been living up to its promise of improved performance and usability over the earlier R8 versions. Now that we’re well into Q3 of 2012, you may want to know what new releases we’ll see this year and understand the strategic plan for Primavera P6 EPPM going forward.
The recent announcement from Microsoft (July 16th) that launched ‘The New Microsoft Office’ has certainly been generating a lot of interest, and a lot of questions. The question that we wanted to answer was whether or not the new Microsoft Project XML files would load into the current R8.2 version of Primavera P6.
We’ve just launched a new series of Primavera P6 training classes to be held here at Virginia Beach, VA. In case you were not aware, Virginia Beach, which is listed in the Guinness Book of Records as having the longest pleasure beach in the world.
Installing Oracle Primavera P6 Professional Stand-alone. One of the contributing factors to the continued popularity of Primavera P6 Professional, apart from its rich and varied functionality, is the ability to install the software on a PC or laptop machine independent of a centralized multi-user database. While Primavera P6 is essentially an enterprise system, it functions very […]
Since Henry Gantt conceived the idea around 1910, displaying a project schedule graphically with bars along a timescale has persisted into today’s most sophisticated and popular project scheduling systems. In this article we take a closer look at the Gantt chart in Primavera P6 Professional and explore some intriguing ways to customize its appearance.
During the configuration of a Primavera P6 EPPM system, one of the main tasks is to develop the access privileges for all the different users. Users in Primavera P6 require two different profiles to control what they can do in the system; a Global Security Profile and a Project Security Profile.
The question recently came up regarding Cobra’s Integration Wizard (IW) and how to get it to connect to a P6 database from within an n-Tier deployment; specifically where should the ODBC data source and Primavera Integration API be installed to get this working.