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New User Defined Field Tabs, XLSX Imports and Global Change – Primavera Tips & Tricks: Tip 73

By |2021-11-19T09:28:42+10:00November 11th, 2021|Primavera Tips & Tricks|

New User Defined Field Tabs, XLSX Imports and Global Change Sometimes the information in P6 is not what you need to manage all the aspects of a project. The Schedule contains all the necessary project Schedule detail, Dates, Durations, Resources, Current Status, Variance data and perhaps costs. What about all the other

Create and Use Deltek Acumen Fuse Metric Playlists – Deltek Tips & Tricks: Tip 72

By |2021-10-14T12:15:23+10:00October 14th, 2021|Deltek Tips and Tricks|

Create and Use Deltek Acumen Fuse Metric Playlists Deltek Acumen Fuse provides an outstanding set of Project Schedule Analysis tools. One of the great features of Acumen Fuse is the S2//Diagnostics feature. With Diagnostics you can choose from over 300 existing Metrics to use in analysis of project schedules. The Metrics in

Check Out Check In using SQLite Database – Primavera Tips & Tricks: Tip 71

By |2021-10-14T17:06:09+10:00September 9th, 2021|Primavera Tips & Tricks|

Check Out Check In using SQLite Database P6 Professional provides the Check Out feature so that a project can be worked on remotely, without direct access to the main DB. In R19 the options have improved for the Check Out Check In process. You can no longer check out to XER format.

Creating Oracle P6 Primavera Stand-Alone SQLite Database – Primavera Tips & Tricks: Tip 70

By |2021-10-14T16:54:25+10:00June 10th, 2021|Primavera Tips & Tricks|

Creating Oracle P6 Primavera Stand-Alone SQLite Database In our June newsletter, we look at creating the Oracle P6 Stand-Alone SQLite Database. P6 Professional provides the user with a seamless process to create a Stand-Alone SQLite database. The option permits the user to create multiple instances of a standalone database in different file locations.

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