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NEW! APPLIED ORACLE PRIMAVERA P6 PROFESSIONAL WORKSHOPS
Missile Propulsion Systems
RPCuk designed, built and supported a utility to transfer data from a legacy time capture system to update Primavera P6 with period cumulative values. The utility uses the Primavera API and can be manually or automatically scheduled to run.
Ensure coding is forward compatible to future versions of Primavera P6
Precise error checking required
Exception report to catch all known data issue types
Oracle Primavera P6
Oracle Primavera API
The client provided a multi project Excel spreadsheet containing the values to be imported. When scheduled or called to be run, the utility…
Transfers (for each project in the excel spreadsheet) cumulative actual cost and actual units to the correct resource allocation in P6
Produces a check balance report detailing all the transactions
Has a facility to automatically store period actuals
Moves the processed file to an archive area
A bespoke P6 properties XML is used to record entry keys to identify where data is stored including, database connection parameters, log files, utility features etc..
ERROR CHECKING AND RECONCILIATION
The utility carries out a number of error checks…
Resource allocation validation – e.g. if the resource does not exist in P6 it will not post the actuals
Reconciliation of values posted from Excel to P6
TESTING AND TRAINING
Full end-to-end testing was carried out simulating the process in a live environment capturing both successful and “known failure” scenarios. On site knowledge transfer was carried out to ensure the end user could confidently run the process with the minimum of support.
Full end user documentation was provided.
RPCuk provides an annual support contract ensuring the future proofing and forward compatibility of the utility.
Accurate loading of monthly actuals
Saved over 3 man days effort per month
Error tracking and check balance report for easy reconciliation
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