Courses could not be scheduled. Program aborted in PowerScheduler

JasonFss13
Rookie

Courses could not be scheduled. Program aborted in PowerScheduler

Hi All,

I got a issue when I am running 'Build' in PowerScheduler. I attached some pictures here.

Here is the info. I am not sure what is issue from. So this coures cannot be scheduled in system.

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In 2hrt, I add 4 teachers and 4 students. Please see the prefernce setting in this courses. Do you have any ideas to fix that. 

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Thanks.

 

1 Solution
CindyM8
PowerSchool Champion
PowerSchool Champion

If you are doing a build/load make sure you have a load priority entered for courses you are scheduling - but I don't think that would stop the build.

 

Make sure you ran the course rank, this determines the order in which courses build. You should then check all set up - course preferences, teacher assignments, constraints, relationships, does it fit in the teachers schedule etc.... When a build stops on a course it can happen for a number of reasons so (for me) it's pretty hard to pinpoint what the issue is. Sometimes I've changed the course rank to make it a higher or lower priority and then I can get the course to build, but first you have to check all of your set up.

 

Recently PowerSchool posted some PowerScheduler office hours that might be helpful to you:

 

https://help.powerschool.com/t5/PowerSchool-SIS-Administrator/PowerSchool-SIS-2021-Office-Hours-Seri...


CM

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varneykr
Hobbyist

i'm having the same issue!

CindyM8
PowerSchool Champion
PowerSchool Champion

If you are doing a build/load make sure you have a load priority entered for courses you are scheduling - but I don't think that would stop the build.

 

Make sure you ran the course rank, this determines the order in which courses build. You should then check all set up - course preferences, teacher assignments, constraints, relationships, does it fit in the teachers schedule etc.... When a build stops on a course it can happen for a number of reasons so (for me) it's pretty hard to pinpoint what the issue is. Sometimes I've changed the course rank to make it a higher or lower priority and then I can get the course to build, but first you have to check all of your set up.

 

Recently PowerSchool posted some PowerScheduler office hours that might be helpful to you:

 

https://help.powerschool.com/t5/PowerSchool-SIS-Administrator/PowerSchool-SIS-2021-Office-Hours-Seri...


CM

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JasonFss13
Rookie

Thanks your replying. 

But the link cannot be opened. Could you please send me again.

Thanks.

CindyM8
PowerSchool Champion
PowerSchool Champion

Seems that your account may not have access to that area on this site. Your PS Administrator should have access and can assist you.


CM