Getting Started with Primavera P6 EPPM> Introduction to Relationships in P6 EPPM
Introduction to Relationships in P6 EPPM
Duration: 1m 27s
Skill Level: Beginner
This lesson is a quick overview of activity relationships in P6 EPPM.
Oracle's Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management (EPPM) is a robust and easy-to-use web-based project and portfolio management tool. Like the well-known Primavera P6 Professional (also known as "the windows version"), Primavera P6 EPPM is the same CPM scheduling engine with a whole new look and lots of new features.
If you want to get up to speed fast on building projects in Primavera P6 EPPM, then this course is for you. We'll take you from logging-in to scheduling, with full details on creating Work Breakdown Structure, adding Activities, linking work together, as well as getting used to the new interface. Join us for your first steps with Primavera P6 EPPM.
Video: Introduction to Relationships in P6 EPPM
Hi! In this lesson, we’re going to look at the focus on relationships in EPPM, how to create, amend, and most importantly see the effect of them by scheduling the plan. Creating meaningful accurate logic within a project plan not only gives you accurate critical part whereby you can see potential problem areas but along with regular updates, we’ll give you and your clients, confidence that you are managing the project effectively. We’ll also cover the four relationship types shown here. And how is this shown on the Gantt Chart by relationship lines. We’re not going to be covering scheduling in details within this lesson more the process behind getting to the stage when you want to schedule. As I’ve said already, this is absolutely fundamental planning process. Down at the bottom of the screen here, I’m looking at the relationship’s tab which shows us both predecessors and successors. What you might find useful is separate tabs predecessors and successors. In the window show the same information just these ones with a little bit more. You might want to bring that up on the screen by clicking on any of the tabs and selecting relationships, predecessors, or successors, from the list.