Free Pre-built Oracle Primavera 18.8 Applications Oracle VirtualBox Appliance

Welcome to the latest release of the Free Pre-built Oracle Primavera Applications VirtualBox appliance, I also want to take the opportunity to apologies for my slow response to your comments/questions/issues, especially around downloading the uploaded files. I have taken the necessary steps to correct the issue with the ftp site. I look forward to your feedback.

This virtual machine is for demonstration, training, and testing purpose only. If you want to use this Virtual Machine in a production environment, please contact you Oracle Primavera Sale Rep for applicable licenses.

This Oracle VirtualBox appliance contains fully configured, ready-to-use Oracle Primavera 18.8 applications, all you have to do is; install Oracle VM VirtualBox on your desktop or laptop and import the Primavera 18.8 applications appliance, yeah it is really that simple – trust me.

If you use Oracle VM Server, you may also import this appliance into your Oracle VM Server infrastructure, this appliance is tested with Oracle VM Server x86 Version This appliance was also tested with VMware ESXi 6.5, importing this appliance into Oracle VM Server and VMware ESXi is beyond the scope of this blog.

The following Oracle Primavera software and required enabling technologies are installed in the Oracle VirtualBox appliance;

Oracle LinuxRelease 6 Update 7
Oracle Database 12c Release EE
Oracle WebLogic Server12.
Oracle SQL Developer18.
Java SE Delopment Kit 64-Bit1.8.0_181
Oracle Primavera P6 EPPM18.8.0.0
Oracle Primvera Unifier18.8.0.0
Oracle Primavera Gateway18.8.0.0

Please see the Readme document for detailed instructions on downloading, importing and using the Oracle VirtualBox appliance


Download and install Oracle VM VirtualBox (version 5.2.18 or higher)


Download and install an md5sum program to check if your downloads completed correctly.

Download 7-zip and after all files have been downloaded, use it to extract the .001 to obtain the .ova file to import into VirtualBox. You will need at least 200GB of free space (not including the downloaded files and .ova file) on your computer to import this virtual machine. You may also download the extracted oracle-primavera-v188-ol67-appliance.ova file if you wish.

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  1. Hi Ben,

    Once again you spoil us process/ functional resources with the technical playgrounds we need. Another flawless build and not even a month after the version drop.

    Many, many thanks!


    Comment by Mark Magee on August 27, 2018 at 3:57 pm

  2. Hey Mark

    Thanks for those nice words mate..what do I owe you?
    Like I mentioned to you, not to leave the P6 Analytics guys out in the cold, I am working on a Windows Server build that will include P6 Professional 18.8, P6 Analytics 18.8, P6 Data Warehouse 18.8 and maybe Oracle Data Integrator (ODI).



    Comment by Ben Mukoro on August 28, 2018 at 7:58 am

  3. Ben,
    These past VM’s have been great… keep up the great work.

    I’m a little confused with the latest 18.8… the 16.1 VM’s included the Project Controls module in the Unifier app.

    Either the http address is incorrect in the Readme, or I’m just missing something. It appears the port value may be incorrect.
    Is the Project Controls module ‘not’ installed? Or, is the included http address correct?

    Cheers Mate and thanks again.


    Comment by Timothy Lowe on September 8, 2018 at 6:17 am

  4. Thanks Tim

    Actually the VM includes the Project Controls and Facilities and Asset Management Configuration packages, These configuration packages include the business processes, attribute forms, reports, setups, templates, and other related files.

    You do not require a separate URL..are you able to login to Unifier 18.8 installed in the VM?

    To see the installed packages;
    1. Login into Unifier environment
    2. Navigate to Company Workspace and switch to Admin mode
    3. Expand Configuration Package Management node
    4. Click on Configuration Packages node

    I hope this helps..



    Comment by Ben Mukoro on September 8, 2018 at 10:43 am

  5. Hi Ben,
    The ‘old’ (v16) approach I see has been revised… appreciate the guidance.

    A note to your followers… the URL in the Readme for Unifier reflects an incorrect port address:
    The Readme reflects – :8001
    Monitoring the Java executable, the correct port is :6001

    I very much appreciate the work you do.

    Comment by Timothy Lowe on September 10, 2018 at 4:20 am

  6. This is past VM’s have been great… keep up the great work.
    I very much appreciate your work.


    Comment by Walid on October 2, 2018 at 6:36 am

  7. Hi Ben,

    Appreciate your flawless efforts. It is such a good tool for learners like me.
    Could you please confirm if there is a client installed? I tried my best to find it but no luck.

    Thanks a million!

    Comment by George on January 29, 2019 at 4:27 pm

  8. Hi Ben,

    Please be advise I Unable to download, please see below the error.

    Thanks for your help.

    This site can’t be reachedThe webpage at might be temporarily down or it may have moved permanently to a new web address.


    Comment by Imran on October 25, 2019 at 9:27 am

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