|SMS Job Scheduling|
(mount 9-1/2 x 11 paper; CPI = 12, 13.3 or 16.7, LPI = 8, Page length = 11)
If your college uses decimal grades, enter the
decimal grades that the instructor may assign,|
i.e., 0.0 and 0.7 through 4.0. If left blank, and your college uses decimal grades, "0.0 through 4.0" is printed.
|LETTER-GRADES||Enter the letter grades that the instructor may assign. These grades appear at the bottom of the grade entry form. If left blank, the active grades from the grade attributes table will be printed.|
Y = Print a blank line for the instructor to enter
the student's last date of attendance.|
N = Do not print a blank line for the instructor to enter the student's last date of attendance.
|REPRINT-IND||Blank or "N" = This is not a reprint. "Y" = This is a reprint.|
|REPRINT-PAGES||Enter up to six page ranges separated by a space (i.e., pages 10 thru 15 would be 00100015). This is only required if REPRINT-IND = "Y" and specific pages need to be reprinted.|
|REPRINT-RUN-NUM||Must be 1-9 if REPRINT-IND = "Y". This is the Run Num to be reprinted.|
|ROSTR-NOTE||Print up to 50 characters on the Intervention Entry Form|
Specify the type of credit that should
appear on the report.|
E = Enrolled Credit (ENR-CR). The number of credits the student was enrolled for in the class.
G = Credit (CR). The number of credits the student received in the class when graded. Credit and Enrolled Credit are the same, unless the credits were overridden for a vari- able credit class at grading time. Always choose this option when run- ning grade related reports. This is the default value.
1 = Extract all enrollment records for a
2 = Extract all enrollment records within an item number range for a specified YRQ.
3 = Extract enrollment records within an item number range for a specified
YRQ. If any one of a students' enrollments fall within an item number range, then all enrollment records for the student for the specified YRQ are extracted.
|SM5203-RANGE1||If SM5203-OPT 2 or 3 is selected, enter item number ranges in this field. The format is beginning item number followed by ending item number (no space between). Multiple item number ranges may be en tered by separating item number ranges by a space. e.g., 10001999 50005050 A000Z999.|
|SM5203-RANGE2||Specify additional item number ranges as needed.|
|SM5203-RANGE3||Specify additional item number ranges as needed.|
|SM6218-SRT-OPT||The Standard Enrollment Sort Code (only the following sort codes are valid: 01, 04, 05, 07, 08, 11, 12, and 17)|
|YRQ||Enter the year-quarter to be processed.|
Created: THU, SEP 20, 2012, 07:06 AM