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Primavera P6 Rollup values not appearing in EPS, Project
and WBS in Standard view or Classic view
What If you want to see the Rollup values in EPS or Activity view fields like percentage complete, but they are not appearing? That means the Rollup is disabled for the corresponding view. Primavera P6 has a feature to show or hide the roll-ups values in the EPS or Activity views. The Show/Hide Rollups is available in both Standard and Classic view. We will see how to accomplish this in couple of minutes
Note: Here the Standard view means new HTML5 view and Classic view means old Java applet view
Let’s look at how by default a Standard EPS views look like. See there are no any roll-up values in percent complete fields as I highlighted in yellow color :
Same, the Rollup values are blank in Activity View as well:
If you want to see the Rollup values on the percent complete fields, then you must on SHOW FIELD ROLLUPS on the view you want to see. Let see how to switch this parameter to ON on these views.
Go to the EPS or the Activity view where you want to see the Rollup values. Click on the Customize View button which I highlighted in YELLOW color as shown below
The Manage View dialogue box appears on Primavera P6. Click on the Grouping tab and Toggle On the Show Field Rollups & Click Apply/Save. Close the dialogue box.
That’s it. You will see the Rollup values in EPS or Activity view in Standard view like below. The same is the application for a classical view as well. You need to click the Customize View button and Toggle On the Show Field Rollup.
Note: You might notice in the below image the Duration % fields are not showing the Rollup values. This has been identified as a bug in the Primavera P6 product Standard view since 16.1.
That’s all about showing or hiding Primavera P6 Rollup values. Please feel free to leave your comment below.
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