My information is that the native P6 database is
difficult to mine because there are fields in the user
interface that are not available in the database. For
example, a date field may be displayed in the user
interface in date format. In the database, it may be a
calculation of something such as start date and
We are installing the
P6 data warehouse as I write. The specs for the
warehouse are available in POINT. We want to make it
as easy as possible to use products like Crystal to
mine the P6 data.
I've had good luck using SQL Reporting Services to
"mine" data and build custom reports based on P6 data.
Building the query may take some time, but all the
information is there... The database schema is readily
available on POINT - this is a good place to start
learning where / how the program structures data.