From Primavera P6 with love 🙂
There’re lots of queries about How to start learning Primavera P6 and How to get Primavera P6 Certified Specialist certificate.
I will explain it in this article.
Before learning P6, you should have a basic knowledge of Project management or scheduling. You can get it from reading material for PMP (Project Management Professional) certificate from PMI (You can google for this kind of material).
There are 2 version of Primavera P6.
If your company is using Primavera P6 Professional, join 2 following courses:
This is the basic course, latest version 17. It’s 3 full days. This is the course outline.
This is the advanced course, latest version 17. It’s 2 full days. This is the course outline.
If your company is using Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management, join 2 following courses: Continue reading “How to start learning Oracle Primavera P6 and get Primavera Certified Specialist Certificate”
After 3 months of hard working, we finish a schedule with 5 Day Workweek calendar like picture:
Then the Construction team said that “06-Mar-18 is the right Project finish date, but we’re talking about 7 Day Workweek, not 5 Day Workweek. Sorry pal, it must be a misunderstanding.”
What the he**?
Changing Activity calendar will change everything.
Normally, if we change calendar to 7 Day Workweek, all activity finish date will change like below picture:
Now Project finish date is 25-Jan-18.
I will show you How to Change 5 Day Workweek to 7 Day Workweek but keep Project Finish Date unchanged. Continue reading “How to Change 5 Day Workweek to 7 Day Workweek calendar but keep Project Finish Date unchanged in Primavera P6”
While making activity list for a project, we usually have to insert Activity. So the final Activity list don’t have a nice ascending sequence like below picture:
We want all activities ID to be ascending nicely.
So we select all activities, go to menu Edit -> Renumber Activity ID. Edit the Prefix if necessary, and click OK
But the activity ID is not perfectly ascending.