Integrating AutoVue with P6 Web Access Content Repository (Apache Jackrabbit, Oracle Universal Content Management, Microsoft SharePoint)
(Doc ID 1126237.1)
Last updated on SEPTEMBER 13, 2019
Primavera P6 Enterprise Project Portfolio Management - Version 7.0 and later Information in this document applies to any platform.
Oracle’s AutoVue solution delivers ‘native document viewing, markup and real-time web-based collaborative capabilities’ – and can be integrated with the Content Repository Feature in the Web Access Solution for Primavera P6 version 7.0 and later releases.
Some of the key features and capabilities of AutoVue are:
View hundreds of document types:
Using the Web Version, you can view and markup a wide array of document types—including 3D and 2D CAD, EDA, Office, PDF, and graphics files—all without the authoring application.
Accelerate viewing of complex CAD files:
With the Web Version, you can begin viewing and working on complex 3D assemblies and multi-page 2D CAD documents when only a fraction of the data has been streamed.
Add markups and comments:
Manage and track comments from all reviewers.
Collaborate in real-time:Initiate real-time collaboration sessions with team members across the globe.
Enable team members to create simultaneous markups
Identity all team members and controller’s markups with color-coded markups and chat.
Create an audit trail and capture session information such as meeting, subject, date and time, participants, transcript of session events, and a complete chat record
The purpose of this document is to provide instruction for the integration of AutoVue with P6 Web Access.
AutoVue can be configured with all three tested content repository platforms of P6 Web Access: Apache JackRabbit (supported only in v7.0), Microsoft SharePoint and Oracle Universal Content Management.
This document is informational and intended for any user, however it is recommended that you have a good understanding of the Web Access (known as P6 in r8.0 and later releases) module. Refer to the Web Access Help files for functional explanations where necessary.
Before reading this document, installation of Web Access and AutoVue should be complete: