The latest release of the Primavera P6 suite (Revision 8.2 December 2011) brings another change to the way the Professional client functions depending on whether you are installing it in an EPPM or P6 Professional environment. While this change is definitely for the better, it has generated a little confusion, so we’ll clarify things for you right now.
Primavera P6 release 8.1 introduced a new iteration of an old favorite, the P6 Professional client, but in a form that has caused a little buzz and a little confusion among the user community. To clarify what exactly the P6 Optional client is, we thought it would be a good idea to both tell you what it is, and show you what it looks like.
SQLServerException: The TCP/IP connection to the host [name], port 1433 has failed. Error: “Connection refused: connect. Verify the connection properties, check that an instance of SQL Server is running on the host and accepting TCP/IP connections at the port, and that no firewall is blocking TCP/IP connections to the port.”
It’s that time of year again when we all get the chance to attend the premier Primavera conference in Europe, the UK & EMEA Primavera Conference 2012.
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.
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 This information was out of date.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