I am unable to find the document to assist with recommitting your schedule.When I click on How to Recommit the Schedule, I get the following:
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once you have access to see the articles regarding recommit after rolled over,
it's not so hard to do that,
we just did it for the first time and it's worked.
So am I reading it correctly that if we are on PS SIS Version 126.96.36.199, we do not have to do anything before we recommit whereas older version of PS have to delete records?
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Yes, you are right about that conclusion. You don't have to delete records or do anything before recommitting with the latest version of PowerSchool SIS.
I was looking for the same article just to confirm that a recommit CAN be done. It seems our school's schedule was committed and then another school's was not, which has resulted in a delay of rolling things live.
So just to be clear, if we're using PowerSchool Version 188.8.131.52, we should be able to recommit our schedule without needing to delete records?
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Yes, you can recommit your schedule without needing to delete records.
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