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    SIMS .Net Error

    The following comes up when I try and delete a marksheet within assessment manager:


    Error Report from:



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    Warning Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server - The statement has been terminated.
    Warning Microsoft OLE DB Provider for SQL Server - DELETE statement conflicted with COLUMN REFERENCE constraint 'fk_marksheet_user_settings_marksheet'. The conflict occurred in database 'sims', table 'asm_marksheet_user_settings', column 'marksheet_id'.



    Anyone seen this before?

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    Re: SIMS .Net Error

    I had it when I had done some stuff in AM6 and then editted it in AM7 whilst the AM6 marksheet was open ... I had to use AM6 to delete it whilst not being in AM7 in any shape whatsoever

    IIRC it was reading that I was editting the same aspect in the same template for the same result set for the same entry ...

    I did hold a hammer up to the server to let it know I meant business though ... that might have helped.

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    Re: SIMS .Net Error

    We are still using AM6 I think? How would I get to AM7?


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    Re: SIMS .Net Error

    If im not mistaken, you get that from your provider of SIMS by getting an Activation Code, and just like Profile it will sit under Focus.

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    Re: SIMS .Net Error

    Where in the focus menu? I think we've activated it?

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    Re: SIMS .Net Error

    On the left menu is AM6 - from the Focus menu you get to AM7 (Focus > Assessment Manager > Marksheet Entry etc)

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    Re: SIMS .Net Error

    Pretty much guesssing here as havent done it yet (plan to after christmas) but what I've been informed of is that once you have downloaded the activation code (like how you get Profiles) and you should have it appear in the Focus menu (again like Profiles, so in the core menu not in a submenu). If you havent got it and you have downloaded the activation code... well im abit stumped :?

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