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MIS Systems Thread, Absence Analysis in Technical; Hi all, Slightly later than planned. Summer Holidays got the better of my planning and preparation! Anyhow, new version, few ...
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    Lightbulb New version: 1.36

    Hi all,

    Slightly later than planned. Summer Holidays got the better of my planning and preparation!

    Anyhow, new version, few minor updates.

    Firstly, you can now set the days that your school works. This means that you can do an analysis for any number of days in the week, instead of being restricted to Mon-Fri. Found out there is a school in India that is using this and has a 7 day week (is a boarding school though...).

    The Import now ignores Room Changes, and doesn't report them as absences. Tidies up some of the graphs and the reports.

    Went through and did a load of tidying up of the Import processes too. Slightly quicker, and slightly more elegant code!

    As usual, any suggestions will be much appreciated.

    Link to the information and download is: http://www.craig-tolley.co.uk/absence-cover-analysis

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    Cheers. When i eventually get around to using it, the days of the week thing will be really useful for us here to.

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    Just discovered this, it is a life saver.

    Now to figure out getting a calendar to show where absences are for each member of staff,going to take me a while

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    Quote Originally Posted by BKGarry View Post
    Now to figure out getting a calendar to show where absences are for each member of staff,going to take me a while

    What sort of thing are you looking for BKGarry? There is a lot of data in the workbook, so may be able to use it to create a calendar like what you are looking for?

    Craig.
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    our Admin team want to be able to have a year calendar with the days absent marked on them, one for each member of staff. Either an actual calendar or something like the Student attendance reports. I think they are going to have to rely on pen and paper, I am trying to get them to look at the Weekday breakdown on your report.

    Thank you Craig

    Garry

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    Thanks Garry - that makes sense. Something like the SIMS Student Attendance should be able to be created - I will try and have a look at it shortly.

    Craig.

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    Lightbulb New version: 1.39

    Hi all,

    Another new version and a few more updates - nothing major - but some may be useful.

    No Cover Required is now populated correctly when running Generate Data, where it was missing out some records before and showing records in charts with no information. The limit of 32768 records for cover has now been removed (never thought that there would be that many records in a cover database!), and finally a fix which allows two digit year numbers, e.g 07 has been put in place.

    A little more tidying up of the code and a couple of minor performance changes. too.

    As usual, any suggestions will be much appreciated.

    Link to the information and download is: Absence & Cover Analysis | Weird & Wonderful IT

    Still going to look into a table similar to the SIMS Attendance Chart for a student, but for a member of staff instead. I'm looking forward to that as a challenge - but may be delayed due to other work for a short while.

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    Our ISP is blocking this, does anyone have a copy of the zip file anywhere?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyle View Post
    Our ISP is blocking this, does anyone have a copy of the zip file anywhere?
    PM me and i can help you.

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