Oracle Primavera P6 Version 8 15 & 16 Ep by Harris Paul E.
The book is aimed at assisting database administrators to understand how to configure and administer a P6 database after the software and databases have been installed. The objectives of this book are to demonstrate:1. The structure of a P6 database 2. The P6 tools available to access set up and administer a P6 Database 3. The steps that should be considered when implementing a P6 database 4. The P6 functions that an Administrator must understand in order to successfully administer a P6 EPPM database5. How to setup/configure a P6 Database using the Web interface and 6. How to administer a P6 Database using the Web interface.The book is aimed at:1. People who wish learn the software but are unable to attend a training course and find the software reference manual hard going.2. Project management companies who wish to run their own software training courses or provide their employees with an alternative text to the vendor supplied user manual. 3. Training organizations requiring a training manual to run their own training courses. This book is a PMI Approved course and instructors PowerPoint slide shows are available to training organizations. PMI REPs may apply to have this course licensed to them and award 14 PDUs to each attendee.Primavera Systems Inc. originally asked the author to write this book and this publication is ideal for people who would like to gain an understanding of how the software operates up to an intermediate level. It covers the Primavera Versions 8 15 and 16 EPPM Web tool and the book is designed to show administrators in any industry how to setup an EPPM database. It explains in plain English and in a logical sequence the steps required to create and maintain an EPPM database. It tackles some of the more complex aspects of the software that the user manual does not address.The book is intended to be used:1. As a self-teach book or2. A user guide or 3. A training manual for a two-day training course.This book is written by an experienced scheduler who has used the software at the sharp end of projects and is not a techo. It draws on the author's practical experience in using the software in a wide variety of industries.