No data-entry required - all data is imported from the Master Schedule Report with a couple of mouse clicks.
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Master Schedule Assistant 'Web' Version
30-second videos explaining various aspects of the 'Web' version of the Master Schedule Assistant
1. Intro - 'Web' version is very similar in functionality and flow to the MS Access version of the app.
2. Advantages and additional features of the 'Web' version.
3. Master Schedule Report and variations of the report.
4. Uploading/importing Master Schedule csv data (Class Load csv and Master Schedule csv data when performing simulated loads.)
Back to Top of Page 1. Introduction - Master Schedule Assistant 'Web' Application
If you want to revert to information about the 'Regular' MS Access version of the Timetable (Master Schedule) Assistant, Click Here
The 'Web' version of the Master Schedule Assistant Application is fully-functional but still in development. Feedback is welcome.
Currently exploring the possibility/feasibility/effectiveness of this Web version - to complement (or possibly replace)
the MS Access version of the app.
Although this Web version is fully-functional, users should still continue using the MS Access version.
A Web version would have some advantages to the 'Regular' MS Access version of the app, most notably the elimination of the need for having MS Access installed.
Ideally, the purpose of this 'Web' version of the app at this point would be to get a sense of how users like the app, determine if it provides reports that are as good as reports within the current MS Access version of the app and how well it functions with a variety of users online.
Back to Top of Page2. Development and Functionality - Master Schedule Assistant 'Web' Application:
The functionality of the Master Schedule Assistant 'Web' Application is very similar to the 'Regular' MS Access version of the TimeTable (Master Schedule) Assistant Application.
Both applications require the user to generate a MasterSchedule.csv file from the Master Schedule by Course Section Report.
The 'Regular' version of the app then asks the user to 'Import' the MasterSchedule.csv file into the app.
The Master Schedule Assistant 'Web' Application asks the user to 'Upload' the MasterSchedule.csv file to the server, then 'Import' the MasterSchedule.csv file into the app.
After Uploading/Importing the MasterSchedule.csv file, the functionality is virtually the same for both versions of the application.
To launch the 'Regular' version of the app, the user typically browses to the appopriate computer folder and double-clicks on Timetable_v19012_SDHS.mde (or similar). This would launch MS Access and open the application.
The processes involving 'Simulated Loads' are now complete. The user can Upload the ClassLoad.csv file (results of a Simulated Load) and import both the ClassLoad.csv file and the MasterSchedule.csv file. Reports would then show the number of students in each section, based on the Simulated Load - a very powerful function. This is the same as in the MS Access version of the app.
Please contact me to discuss the Master Schedule Assistant 'Web' Application. Send an email to PeteSelf@NesterenkoSoftware.com
4. Brief Video - Quick overview of the app - Master Schedule Assistant 'Web' Application Click on video to pause and view reports etc. This is an initial video, without audio.
A more detailed video will appear here, with audio.
Master Schedule Assistant 'Web' Application
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Back to Top of Page6. Recent Changes, New Reports etc. - Master Schedule Assistant 'Web' Application