With Eyeprofile and Working Towards the Profile, they do need to be installed locally and save data locally too.
Both products don't work with network printers either. You have to create a local port: \\ServerName\Printer Share Name and install the drivers manually. This 'fools' the software into thinking the printer is local.
As for importing CSV files, in v3.2 you need to specify 2011 in the first column (I can't remember what it's labelled) and then the import will work correctly. As always you need to change the date format to dd/mm/yyyy too, otherwise the import will fail.
It makes me wonder why a secure online version of this application isn't available. It would make things so much easier...
Birmingham schools can find full guidance on the process on the Link2ICT knowledgebase kb.link2ict.org - article numbers 1926, 2033, 1921, 1922, 1920 give the full facts.
You may also not be aware that eProfile can be replaced by the specific EYFSP models which can be imported into Facility and SIMS.net - unfortunatley this isnt true for PTP as this is not a statutory assessment requirement....
Only this morning, I was down in Reception sorting out printing for this... and once I'd sorted it, it fell foul of our Print Manager Plus restrictions, so I had to tweak my rules as well.
Originally Posted by Michael
Anybody had issues in importing CTF file from eProfile into Facility??
In the 2010/11 dataset we have 12 children who are in their foundation year. When loading eProfile you are asked to select the year in which your children finish foundation ie 2011.
We then created a export CTF file ready to import back into Facility, however the file didnt import, upon further investigation i needed to replace the 2011 year in the CTF to 2010 to get it to store against the correct pupils.
Is this an issue with eProfile (v3.2) or Facility (v11.1.24)?
Hello. Has anyone experienced a sudden "/2" is not a valid integer value on Win7???
It's been working completely fine (according to the teacher) and is suddenly now throwing up this message.
Last time I fixed a eprofile problem with Windows 7 it was due to the date/time settings not being in English UK - that error does sound familiar to this but it may not be the same one.....
I think @jamesfed is right - I seem to remember something similiar myself from a couple of years ago
I just had a look at the time and date and it's all fine, however after a re-install- the message has now changed to "3/ is not a valid integer value" so the previous "2" has increased by a digit... wonder if that gives any clues? Cheers for the suggestions though x
Fomr the user guide
eProfile works with Windows 7. You may need to reselect the UK settings. Do this by opening Control Panel and selecting Regional Settings. Change English (United Kingdom) to another setting, e.g. English (United States) and click on Apply. Change back to English (United Kingdom) and click on OK."
It says you might need to do the old switch off and on again trick :)
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Originally Posted by SimpleSi
Thanks so much- it worked!!
Is this information from the EProfile website??