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SAIP: A New Academic Organization and Classes Associated with It Are Not Included in the Bulk Data Exchange or Snapshot Files (Doc ID 2531401.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 06, 2019

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS SA Integration Pack - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 On : 9 version, SAIP

SA Integration Pack

A new academic organization was added to the academic structure. The new organization was added to the Academic Organization security tree and a new effective dated row was added to the subject and course catalog components to move the subject and courses to the new Academic Organization. The Academic Organization was added to Scoping and Defaults and the classes in the new organization are marked as in scope and active. However when the bulk data exchange or snapshot process is run, the new organization is not included in the group and the classes are not included in the course section or other xml files.

Expect the courses to be included in the bulk file transfer.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

Create a new Academic Organization at Set Up SACR > Foundation Tables > Academic Structure > Academic Organization Table.
Add a new effective dated row to the subject(s) and course(s) to be moved to the new organization on the Academic Subject Table and Course Catalog.
Make sure that the new Academic Organization is included in scope at Set Up SACR -> Product Related -> SA Integration Pack -> Scoping/Association Defaults.
Make sure classes that are scheduled in the new Academic Organization have an active Integration Status link at Curriculum Management -> Schedule of Classes -> SA Integration Pack -> Scoping and Association.
Run the bulk file transfer at SA Integration Pack > Bulk Data Exchange > Bulk Data Exchange.
Check the xml files created and the new Academic Organization and its associated classes are not included in the appropriate files.



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