Learn how to add resources to the Oracle Primavera P6 database.
- [Instructor] Now I would like…to add resources to the database.…To do so I'm going to select my resource icon to the left.…If there are no resources displayed…you can display them by clicking the drop down…above resource ID column.…I'm going to go to filter by and select all active resources.…As you can see, the resource table now displays…a list of resources all ready uploaded in the database.…I'm going to scroll to the bottom of the list…and I'm going to go ahead and add right below…by right clicking on it, select add,…and then select OK.…
First I'm going to indent using the arrows,…so that it can be a high-level summary.…I'm going to call this Kuks,…and for the resource name, Kuks & Co.…As for the resource type, we're going to assign labor…as this is usually referring to an individual,…materials for materials,…and nonlabor for machines.…Now I'm going to add two resources…under this high-level summary.…I'll right click in, add,…and the first one is going to be an ID of AU.…
As for the name, going to assign Author,…
AuthorSeyi Joël Kuks
- Configuring preferences
- Creating an enterprise project structure (EPS)
- Creating a project with activities
- Maintaining calendars
- Creating a work breakdown structure (WBS)
- Creating and formatting a schedule
- Formatting Gantt charts
- Adding constraints
- Setting a baseline
- Assigning resources
- Handling expenses
- Printing reports
- Importing and exporting projects
Skill Level Beginner
1. Creating a Schedule
2. Formatting the Schedule
3. Progressing the Schedule
Setting the baseline1m 34s
4. Planning with Resources
5. Essential Features
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