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PERC Process Not Returning Expected Statuses for Permission overrides (Doc ID 2707208.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 03, 2020

Applies to:

PeopleSoft Enterprise CS Student Records - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms


 Post-Enrollment Checking process is not returning the Post Enroll Req Status of "Not Satisfied" for students who have been given Class Permission to enroll.



It seems that the configuration of Post Enrollment Requirement Checking should allow for three Post Enroll Req Stat uses
when students enroll in a course using Class Permission:
 
1. Satisfied
2. Conditional
3. Not Satisfied.
 
We are able to see returned Post Enroll Req Statuses of Satisfied and Conditional, but not Not Satisfied
  

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Curriculum Management ->Enrollment Requirement->Post Enrollment Req Checking->Enrollment Requirement Roster
2. Student One was permitted into the course via Class Permission from the academic department, so it makes sense that they have an Enrollment Req Status (status at the time they enrolled in the course) of “Permitted.”
 However, at the time the Post Enroll Req Statuses were refreshed on this roster today (3/12/2020), the first student has not met the prerequisite (C or higher), so ostensibly the status returned should have been “Not Satisfied.”
3.Student Two was permitted into the course via Class Permission from the academic department, the roster is returning a Post Enroll Req Status of “Satisfied.” The student but they did meet the course prerequisite (C or higher), which explains their Post Enroll Req Status of “Satisfied.”





Cause

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