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MIS Systems Thread, Frozen data set in Nova in Technical; Can anyone help. We have successfully transferred the timetable from Nova T6 to Sims, but then we have made changes ...
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    Frozen data set in Nova

    Can anyone help. We have successfully transferred the timetable from Nova T6 to Sims, but then we have made changes and as we load Nova the data set is frozen. Anybody any ideas as how to release this? Students start tomorrow and no timetables printed! Thank you.

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    I think this sounds like you're dealing with maintenance datasets, which are put in place to lock changes in without affecting other setup.
    If that's the case your changes must be at odds.
    If you can create a new construction dataset, just taking your original and doing a save as, and sending back in total it might work with changes.
    Not entirely sure, as Nova is a dark art.

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