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  • Susan Beidler
    Let’s start the conversation for Student Management!75.0
    Topic posted August 6, 2019 by Susan BeidlerGreen Ribbon: 100+ Points, tagged Tip 
    Title:
    Let’s start the conversation for Student Management!
    Summary:
    Welcome to the Forum for Student Management
    Content:

    As our customer base grows for Student Management, we’d like to get started with the collaboration for which Higher Ed is famous!  Please use the Cloud Customer Connect forum to talk to us, the Product Management and Strategy teams as well as to engage with others who are considering or who are on a similar journey.

    We’ll start with this Forum for Student Management and a separate Forum for Vocado Student Financial Planning.  As our interaction warrants, we can utilize other features of this site, such as Events, the Idea Labs and so on. Stay tuned – this is just the beginning!

    If you’re new to Cloud Customer Connect, be sure to review the introduction video for useful information; you will find that on the home page, under Conversation, the “Watch Now” button.  And, invite others to join the conversation!

  • Danny Yoo
    Branded login / password reset / security pages35.0
    Topic posted August 29, 2019 by Danny YooGreen Ribbon: 100+ Points, tagged User Access and Security 
    Title:
    Branded login / password reset / security pages
    Summary:
    The current functionality is too generic and non-specific.
    Content:

    Thanks so much for creating this. Much needed.

    Currently, if a user tries to login or perform any user account security related action the pages presented are completely non-specific and Oracle Cloud branded.

    As a student centric application, branding of such pages is very important, especially if the school doesn't already have some kind of identity management system.

    Are there plans at all to allow institutions to be able to brand the security-related pages? If you put yourself in the users' shoes, or the parent of a student, getting non-specific system generated emails and going to non-school-specific pages and logins can be very confusing.

    Version:
    19C
  • Kevin Werntz
    Course Build and Delete15.0
    Topic posted October 11, 2019 by Kevin WerntzRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged Curriculum Management 
    Title:
    Course Build and Delete
    Summary:
    How to delete "test" courses from Academic Curriculum Set-Up
    Content:

    I think the answer is no, but I am hoping Susan Beidler is able to review this and include that ability.  The course set up is extremely time consuming and rigorous, but must be completed to test how it will behave in the storefront.  The system should allow for a course delete when there are no students or payments associated with the course.  As we set our multi institutions up, we are currently left with a lot of trash courses with the only option to rename them "Cancel1, Cancel2 etc" and inactivate them.  Is there any suggestion on how to test this set-up and publish process without having to keep the test courses in the system?

     
     
    Version:
    19C
  • Kevin Werntz
    Course Meeting Schedule Function leads to incorrect Student...15.0
    Topic posted October 11, 2019 by Kevin WerntzRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged Curriculum Management 
    Title:
    Course Meeting Schedule Function leads to incorrect Student Record and Storefront display about class date
    Summary:
    Bug 30230598. Has been confirmed and a solution identified for Release 20A
    Content:

    Can anyone comment on how you are working around this.  We are attempting to build a Spring 2020 Catalog for our Non-Credit programs at 1 college.  This college will serve as the template for our remaining 21 colleges.  The school also has a significant VA benefit student base.  If the dates do not align with the student record, the VA Audits have the potential to deny the Vets reimbursement for their tuition.  Oracle is indicating that we should not put live students into this until the release sometime in February and any data input prior to that will not be corrected with the appropriate date.  

    The work around is to set the class start date a day later than the actual date.  Why is this a quarterly release and not an emergency fix.  Are there any other live storefronts out there?  Any suggestions on how you are working around this?

    The only option we can see is to not build a schedule in the course and enroll the student manually. That means we will have to take the registration manually most likely, call the student to get payment, and now publish the date in the description and not have the correct back-end structure to have clean data. 

    Open to any ideas, We are attempting to conduct parallel process testing (Enroll students by old method/enroll student by Oracle method) November 1st (or I guess in the bug syntax November 2nd..>)

    Kevin

    Version:
    19C
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  • Gurdhanpreet Sohi, PMP
    Integration and data conversion capabilities in Student...5.0
    Topic posted September 11, 2019 by Gurdhanpreet Sohi, PMPRed Ribbon: 250+ Points, tagged Data Import/Export 
    Title:
    Integration and data conversion capabilities in Student Management Cloud
    Content:

    Hi Everyone,

    Good to see conversations about the Student Management Cloud! 

    Past few days, I have been looking into the integration and data conversion capabilities that SMC offers. I have some experience working on the Oracle HCM Cloud side, and have used tools such as HCM Extracts, BI Publisher, OTBI, HCM Data Loader, HCM Spreadsheets for building integrations and conversions. I was looking for similar tools in SMC as well and found these:

    -Rapid implementation sheets - used for configuration loads

    -OTBI - for building basic reports/analysis

    -Web-services - APIs are available

    I do not see any specific data import/export tool (other than APIs) that can be used for integration and conversion. If you have any insights into this, please share your thoughts with the community.

    Thanks!

    Sohi