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    Period Overflow

    HI

    Does anyone know what this means....

    'period overflow for attribute #IT-P sessions of length 2 or greater’

    IT-P is a room

    Its basically not allowing a double IT lesson and I'd like to know why.

    Please help!

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    Got it, Solved the problem! its nice feeling when you can fix your self-created problems !

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    Quote Originally Posted by abubaker View Post
    Got it, Solved the problem! its nice feeling when you can fix your self-created problems !
    What was the problem if you don't mind me asking?

    It's always good to share so we have a sort of unofficial knowledge base here to look at when we hit inevitably these problems ourselves!

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    Sure.. I'm busy doing a two timetable for the first time. To be honest I still don't know what this means 'To be 'period overflow for attribute #IT-P sessions of length 2 or greater’, but I figured out that the reason I was unable to turn two single lessons into one double was because the two singles were supposed to be for the two weeks ie one for each week.
    I was supposed to go for further training on NOVAt6 but unfortunately it's been cancelled and I'm timetabling for Nursery up to KS5 so at the moment things are pretty nightmarish.

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