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.
In a previous Blog, I discussed how you could edit XER files in Windows Notepad so that you can then import them into different versions of Oracle Primavera P6. Version 8.1 now
The release of P6 Professional R8.1 has arrived sporting some excellent improvements to the interface in two particular areas:
Here’s some time saving ways to interact with Primavera P6 that you may not have discovered about Calendars, Columns, Hierarchies and more.
The advent of Oracle Primavera P6 R8 includes more database system users than ever before along with the application server administrator. This leads to more ways to gain unauthorised access to the project management
Any enterprise Oracle Primavera P6 tool deployment requires more than just the software installed on people’s computers for it to be a success. An icon on the desktop, a login and a password might make it
After posting some screen grabs from Oracle Primavera P6 Professional R8.1 in a previous blog, we’ve had a lot of folks asking to see the Primavera P6 EPPM (web version). So below are a selection of high resolution screen shots from Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM Release 8.1..
For those Looky-Loos who’d like to get a peek at the new user interface for the P6 Professional R8.1 software, I’ve done a bunch of screen shots from various windows.