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Virtual Primavera P6 Training

Attend a live, hands-on Primavera P6 course hosted by a Oracle Primavera certified instructor from home or work!

Training is a necessity, but so is saving time and money. That’s what Global PM’s state-of-the-art virtual training will do for you! Students anywhere in the world can attend our in-person training classes (taught by a live instructor), using a cutting edge, high-definition internet conferencing infrastructure.

Online Primavera P6 TrainingIt’s like being there in person as you participate in class exercises using P6. You will ask questions, interact with other students and learn from our Oracle Primavera P6 certified instructors.

Our training solution offers hands-on training, just as if you were in Global PM’s training lab. You only need a computer, phone (or PC with a mic and speakers), and an internet connection. Primavera software will be accessed by the student via a secure link over the internet.

 Visit our Virtual P6 course page.

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Oracle Primavera User Support (OPUS)

Global PM is pleased to announce the launch of OPUS (Oracle Primavera User Support). OPUS is an affordable Primavera P6 user support solution that was created with the end user in mind. Our team of P6 certified scheduling consultants are ready to help you with any P6 issues.

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How to use Claim Digger to compare P6 files?

Claim Digger Overview

Today we will spend a little time discussing the features and functionality of the Claim Digger utility built into the P6 software application. Claim Digger is its own separate product that has been built in to P6 and is used to compares two project plans or a revised project and a baseline (target), and creates a report on the differences between the project plans including subjects like:

  • Items changed
  • Items deleted
  • Durations changed
  • Changed Values

The main features of Claim Digger include:

  • Multiple reporting formats- HTML, CSV, Text
  • Selects a base project and revised project to compare
  • Report comparison options can be turned on and off as needed


The Easy Steps to Use Claim Digger

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Step 1: Go to tools menu and open Claim Digger

Step 2: After Claim Digger is launched, the main application window appears

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Step 3: Specify which projects you would like to compare.

  • On the left side select therevised project
  • On the right side select theoriginal project baseline

 Step 4: Choose a report format

  • HTML file
  • CSV file
  • ASCII text file

Step 5:  Select report type and report path

Step 6:  Click the advanced button to pull up the advanced settings where you can specify what data to compare including: overall project data and activity level data

Note: You can configure what factors to compare including:

  • Costs
  • Units
  • Durations
  • Percent complete
  • Relationships

Step 7:  Click compare to generate the project difference report and view the preview

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Step 8:  The project difference report outlines what projects are being compared, the user who initiated, and shows the activities that have had a value change

Step 9: After you have reviewed the data, go to file and close down the Claim Digger dialog box.

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