Data Management Capabilities > Managing Projects > Projects and Programs > Plans > Plans Table
Plans Table
The Plans table displays a list of plans within a context.
You can access the Plans table from the Navigator by selecting Project > Plans, Program > Plans, or Product > Plans.
This table is also available from the context Details page when you create a new tab and select Customize > Related Objects > Plans:
The Plans table is only available under product contexts when the Enable Create Plan for Product preference is set to Yes.
Contexts that only include one plan also include a Plan table. This table displays the same information as the Schedule table. When you create a second plan, the Plan table link is automatically removed.

Table Columns
The Plans table displays existing plans and the following information about each:
The plan name. The name should be unique within the context.
Click the plan name to open the plan Schedule table.
View Information
Open the information page for the plan.
From here, you can view the plan Schedule table.
The plan status is rolled up from the status of all activities in the critical path. For more information, see Project States.
Estimated Finish
The estimated or scheduled finish date of the plan.
The user responsible for the plan.
Table Actions
Actions are available from the table toolbar and from the right-click actions menu in table rows:
Create a new plan.
Export the table information to an external file.
View the plan in a Gantt chart.
View a graphical display of how resource time is allocated.
Modify plan information.
Export the plan to Microsoft Project.
Import a plan from Microsoft Project.
Update the plan schedule after making changes that affect automatically calculated deadlines or statuses. You must also use this action to include changes made to the Windchill system calendar.
Create a baseline of the plan state, including all plan objects.
Export the plan as a template. This creates a ZIP file that you can save to your local machine.
Save the plan template and add it to the Templates table. These templates are available from the Plan Templates view at the organization level.
The following actions appear if the plan is in automatic execution mode:
Manually complete the plan. You cannot restart a plan that has been completed.
If the plan has been suspended, this action resumes execution.
This action initiates automatic execution of the plan.
Pause plan execution. No tasks can be completed and delivery of subsequent tasks is prevented until planning or resource issues are resolved.