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QUESTION 21

Where are “User Defined Fields” typically maintained?

 

A.

in the Web interface, in the preferences section

B.

in the Client interface by the system administrator

C.

in the Web interface, on the Activities tab

D.

in the Client interface under Admin Preferences

 

Correct Answer: C

Explanation:

Subject areas

You may customize an unlimited number of UDFs in any of the following subject areas:

Activities (C), Activity Steps, Activity Resource Assignments, Projects, Resources, WBS, Expenses, Issues, Risks, and Work Products & Documents. In each of these subject areas, you can add columns and group, sort, and filter data based on the UDFs applicable to the subject area.

 

Note: Defining user-defined fields

Choose Enterprise, User Defined

Fields. Select the subject area to which you want to add a new field, then click Add.

Double-click in the Title column and type a name for the UDF. Doubleclick in the Data Type column and select the appropriate data type, then click Close.

 

Reference: Oracle Primavera P6 Project Management, Creating User-Defined Fields

 

 

QUESTION 22

Select the appropriate example that demonstrates how materials are measured in P6.

 

A.

$75/minute

B.

$75/Hour

C.

$75/linear foot

D.

$75/day

 

Correct Answer: B

Explanation:

Time based calculations in P6 are based on hours/minutes.

 

 

QUESTION 23

Select the true statement regarding Portfolio Scenarios.

 

A.

You can add user access to the Portfolio Scenario from waterline analysis.

B.

You can save the Waterline Analysis as a new scenario.

C.

You can update individual project status from the Waterline Analysis/Scenario.

D.

You can create a new portfolio from the Waterline Analysis.

 

Correct Answer: D

Explanation:

Use the Capacity Planning page to perform What-if analysis, graphically change project forecast dates, and apply waterline analysis techniques to assist with critical, executive-level decision making. Before assessing capacity or demand on resources, create resource and role estimates for each project. During your analysis, you can create and update scenarios that provide varying snapshots of project and role allocation data. After conducting your analysis, you can create new portfolios containing only the projects that meet your planning criteria (D).

Note: Create Portfolio Scenarios to capture Portfolio data for comparisons and analysis. Create Portfolio Scenarios to capture Portfolio data for comparisons and analysis

Reference: P6 EPPM User’s Guide,About Capacity Planning

 

 

QUESTION 24

You can create a Calculated User Defined Field for which Subject Area?

 

A.

Activity

B.

Resource

C.

Project

D.

Security

 

Correct Answer: C

Explanation:

Defining Formulas for User Defined Fields Define formulas to calculate values for the user defined field. Before defining a formula, you need to first create a project user defined field To define formulas for user defined fields:

1) Click the Projects menu and select Enterprise Project Data, or click the Administer menu and select Enterprise Data.

2) In the Enterprise Data pane, expand Projects and click Project UDFs.

3) On the Project UDFs page, select a UDF and click the Formula detail window. Note: The UDF Type must be set to Formula to access the Formula detail window.

4) In the Formula detail window:

a. Click the Fields list and choose a field.

Note: You can select any existing project-related field defined in the project management database, including project codes, or any other user defined field that exists for your organization.

b. Click Insert Field.

c. Continue to build your formula by inserting fields and using the operator buttons.

5) Click Save (Ctrl+S).

 

Reference: P6 EPPM User’s Guide, Defining Formulas for User Defined Fields

 

 

QUESTION 25

You are a Project Manager that used Primavera P6 EPPM Web interface. You are trying to determine if some Project level User Defined Fields might be appropriate for one of your projects. You launch Primavera P6 EPPM Client to view enterprise data. You are unable to launch the application. What is the probable issue that must be addressed with your System Administrator?

 

A.

You do not have appropriate security privileges.

B.

You do not have appropriate license.

C.

You are not a Responsible Manager.

D.

You need additional memory added to your machine.

 

Correct Answer: A

Explanation:

You are able to see but unable to launch the Primavera P6 EPPM Client. This indicates a security problem. You lack the proper permissions.

 

 

 

 

 

QUESTION 26

You are creating a portfolio manually. You want this portfolio to be available to all users. When you attempt to select All Users, the option is grayed out. What is probably the reason you cannot execute this step?

 

A.

You don’t have the appropriate project access.

B.

You haven’t been assigned as a resource to the projects.

C.

You don’t have the appropriate license for the Web.

D.

You don’t have the appropriate security privilege.

 

Correct Answer: D

Explanation:

Related to insufficient permissions.

 

 

QUESTION 27

Select two true statements about the Portfolio Analysis tab in Primavera P6 EPPM.

 

A.

Conduct a side-by-side comparison of an unlimited number of portfolios.

B.

Conduct a side-by-side comparison of two projects.

C.

Conduct a side-by-side comparison of two portfolios.

D.

Conduct a side by side comparison of the same project displayed in different view.

E.

Conduct a side-by-side comparison of the same portfolio displayed in different view.

 

Correct Answer: CE

Explanation:

Note: Creating Projects on the Portfolio Analysis Page Generally, you create projects while working on the EPS page in the Projects section of the application. However, it is also possible to create what-if projects while analyzing portfolios. During the process of evaluating a portfolio, you will often want to capture a new project idea.

To create a project on the portfolio analysis page:

1) Click Portfolios.

2) On the Portfolios navigation bar, click Portfolio Analysis.

3) On the Portfolio Analysis page:

a. Make sure you are working with the primary portfolio (at top or left) and not the comparison set for the next steps.

b. In the Scenario list, select a scenario for your analysis.

c.In the View list, select a portfolio view scorecard.

d.In the scorecard, select a row where you want to add a new project.

e. Click Add Project.

4) For the first project you create, if defaults are not already set, the Add Project dialog box appears:

a. Select a default Parent EPS element.

b. Select a default Responsible Manager.

c. Click Select.

5) On the Portfolio Analysis page, click Save.

Tip

You can change the what-if project’s Project Status field value on the General detail window of the EPS page. For example, you may later want to change a project from What If to Planned status.

Note 2: A portfolio is a collection of projects. Group projects into portfolios so you can easily view data from more than one project at a time.

Reference: P6 EPPM User’s Guide, Creating Projects on the Portfolio Analysis Page

 

 

QUESTION 28

When is “Store Period Performance” usually performed?

 

A.

after each pay period

B.

after the schedule is updated

C.

after Job Services validation

D.

after working hours to enhance performance

 

Correct Answer: A

Explanation:

Storing of Period Performance

When billing in Excel (AIA form) or in the P6 schedule the current billing period amounts must be “rolled” or moved to the Previously Billed or Actual Cost categories before starting a new billing period.

When the billing has been approved and finalized in the AIA form it can be copied to a new file for use in the next billing period. To “roll” or clear out the This Period amounts in Excel, the current period amounts will have to be added into the Previous Application column cells. This creates a starting point for the new billing period.

 

 

QUESTION 29

You are a Project Manager working on a new project. You have just received the Project Scope of document that has provided a top-down timelines and budgets for the project. The project has not started. Which project status is the best choice for this project?

 

A.

Active

B.

Inactive

C.

What-If

D.

Planned

 

Correct Answer: D

Explanation:

A Planned Project Status should be assigned to a P6 Project that is currently being developed into a project that should start in the future. Of course some of the best planned projects don’t ever start.

Note: The P6 Project Status field is found on the General tab of a Primavera P6 project whether you are using P6 Professional or P6 web.

It can be set to one of four values; Planned, Active, What-If or Inactive.

 

 

QUESTION 30

An activity is to be completed within a fixed time period and the total amount of work is fixed. What duration type should be used?

 

A.

Fixed Units

B.

Fixed Duration and Units/Time

C.

Fixed Units/Time

D.

Fixed Duration & Units

 

Correct Answer: D

Explanation:

For Fixed Duration & Units, the duration and units remain constant as the units/time are changed. Use this duration type when the activity must be completed within a fixed time period and the total amount of work is fixed.

Note: Duration TypeDuration type determines how remaining duration, units, and units/time will be calculated when you update an activity that has resources assigned. The activity’s duration type should correspond to the factor that is least flexible in the project: schedule, costs/work effort, or resource availability.

 

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