MetamorphoSIS Weekly Status Report: July 12, 2010

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MetamorphoSIS Weekly Status Report:

Ju
ly 12
, 2010

Status by Release


Release 1
0:
Student Financials, Master Data Management (MDM), Admissions Application,
Extended Studies, and CRM 9.1
(Target go
-
live: July 1, 2010)



The advising links pagelet in the main portal (E
-
EP
-
64) migrated to production on 7/7.



The selective service self
-
service component link (E
-
EP
-
49) has been cancelled. This function will be
achieved by a Singularity form whic
h the Boulder registrar's office will process manually. The link to this
form requires no development.



Extract AP/IB/CLEP test scores from ISIS and load into DARS
-

Migrated to production on Wednesday, 7/7
and the process will be run for the first time en
d
-
to
-
end on Monday, 7/12.



Student Account Conversions.

o

Student Accounts
Comments h
ave

been loaded
PROD with NO errors on 6/24.

o

ACH incremental files were provided and then re
-
extracted to summarize, catch the gap that existed
and reduce number of files f
or SF to load. SF is validating files before loading.

o

Technical development of automation of the SF detail incremental is under development.
Preliminary testing should occur early this week, pending customer feedback.



Campus Community Conversions

o

Legal

presence (7/10)

was loaded to PROD.

Student Financials



NelNet Student Payments and EBills I
-
SF
-
10


Everything is in production.

Pamela is working with
Production Services to setup UC4 to FTP both test bill runs and production bill runs to NelNet. Fir
st bill
run is ISIS will be around July 12
th
.



Interface with A/P for refunding I
-
SF
-
05


This have been approved by the controller’s office and migrated
to FIN production. We will migrate the ISIS piece tonight and do a small refund run tomorrow.



ProBill Interface I
-
SF
-
0
7



Development is complete and test processes are being run in CSSIT. We are
currently running all processes out of SIS.



Campus Partners I
-
SF
-
0
6


This has been broken out into 4 parts (A, B, C & D). A & B are needed by July 1,
C
is needed by mid August and D should be done by December. D is the file that feeds the transactions to
FIN and this process can continue to run off of the mainframe. GSD is working on the development of A
and B. We are currently running all processes ou
t of SIS.



Interface with Paris Software I
-
SF
-
12

.

We are still testing all the pieces of this; our hopes are to get it
migrated tonight or tomorrow. For now demand warrants are being processed through SIS and then the
transaction comes over in the incre
mental.



Departmental External File Loads I
-
SF
-
11


These is complete.



Department Receipt Description E
-
SF
-
65


This is in production



Calculate Waivers E
-
SF
-
66


This is in production



ACH Refunds E
-
SF
-
57


Linda Warren is working on this, she thinks we ca
n use the delivered AP
functionality to process ACH refunds. We should be testing this sometime this week.



Late Fees E
-
SF
-

This has been assigned to Thomas Pond from UIS and he is currently working on it.



Final Configuration for everything but tuition ca
lculation has been completed and is in production. We
will be doing a final test of the tuition calcs this week and move those tables to production next week.



Equations Help


The consultant has completed her work on these equations and they are ready
to be
tested.



MDM

o


Constituent Web Services (CWS) is migrated to production. CS snapshot is scheduled for today. This
signifies the beginning of the data load to MDM. Transactional CS create and update messages will
be queued in IB for sequential loadin
g to MDM database. Asynchronous transactional processing
should commence by August 1.

o

Functional testing is in full swing in SIT. Minor issues have surfaced requiring attention on the CS and
MDM side.

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o

Deletion of records is a larger issue for MDM. We nee
d to address implications of not deleting data
at a field, CS source record and MDM constituent record to ensure proper interpretation of data over
time. At the field level, a solution is required before we can allow source consumption of MDM data.
(This

impacts R10.2).

o

Publish messaging development is slowly progressing. Limited availability of UIS and UCB staff makes
coordination and progress a challenge. With Chris Swift leaving the university this week, successful
implementation is at risk. We have

a consultant lined up remotely to assist UIS in meeting SOA
deadlines for MDM.

o

Failover testing is progressing slowly but has been unsuccessful thus far. We are not able to access
functionality using VIP references. With the MDM load process starting in

MDMProd, team is
replicating PROD infrastructure in PREP to continue testing. At this point we are at risk of going live
without failover in place.

o

Oracle SR : 3
-
1590633991

is finally getting Oracle attention


they requested and we provided log
data las
t week. This issue has been open for several months due to issues with managing of the
Existing Duplicate Queue. This issue is important in longer term data management but is not a show
stopper for go
-
live.



Financial Aid

o

Donna Sewell and Susan Youtz ar
e working on the E
-
FA
-
42 Work Study extension and are on track to
have it move to production for a mid
-
July release. Per Donna’s request, we will pursue having some
of the low
-
risk, low
-
priority development items taken on by other developers.

o

Aside from th
e work study and CU Loans extensions, processes that go live with this release are not
tied to other CEMLIs. These processes will begin at each FA office throughout the month of July

according to their business requirements and mainly involve use of deliv
ered processes to exchange
origination and acknowledgement records with the Federal COD system.

o

CS Bundle 17 is targeted to be applied to PROD on 7/18/10. The bundle has a few fixes for FA that are
not in the critical updates that we have applied to date.
An environment is needed that has been
recently refreshed from PROD and has Bundle 17 applied. We cannot refresh TEST or SIT because of
ongoing SR and AD work in those environments. Instead, CSSITFA was created last week, refreshed
from PROD, and is having

B17 and SIT CEMLIs applied. This will allow FA (and other areas, e.g., DATC,
SF) a refreshed and patched environment to test in and to validate the bundle prior to applying it to
PREP and PROD.

o

UCD has a fall program that begins in July. UCD Bursars is pl
anning on calculating tuition for these
students the third week of July. UCD FA is coordinating with Bursars regarding disbursement of aid
and refunds for these (approximately 100) students.



Admission Application

o

Tyler has been a great resource in managing

the technical side of the CedarCrestone application.
However, limited documentation from Cedar and some issues with communication have caused
problems over the last week. A call with Cedar has been scheduled for Tuesday to try and resolve
these issues

o

T
here are some late technical issues in loading data to Campus Solutions. They include loading
Academic Interests (due to CRM code), loading Service Indicators due to some custom components in
Campus Solutions from CedarCrestone that have yet to be loaded
to PROD.

The team is working to
resolve these issues.

o

Testing



There have been numerous challenges technically in getting the Admission Application up into
Production, including the application of Bundle 17 to SIT which cause SIT to be down for over a
day. This has prevented the team from testing as much as they woul
d have liked to at this point.



Testing has been opened up to more outside users. Problems are still being found and addressed
as quickly as possible.



CedarCrestone will have someone on site next week to help us address issues after
go
-
live.

o

Provisioning



Conversion of students who were provisioned the old way
:
A process is being defined to allow
students to set their password
. C
urrently it is a manual process involving the student calling UIS
to reset their password. There is not a password reset self se
rvice option at this time.


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o

Document Imaging



Last week the document imaging team was able to work with Singularity to determine the
different types of documents that we are able to have in the application. Now that it has been
cleared up, the team is bu
sy finalizing their documents for the application.



Some documents will be hosted on the UIS FTP server (same location where CRM documents are
located) to help minimize risk from multiple servers being use to host the forms.

o

Application Fees



Joe Tinucci i
s working to register all the application fees in the production servers of Nelnet. In
addition, the school of Public Health recently provided
their application information.
Joe is
working to get them configured in DEV and then registered in PROD.

o

Securit
y and Processing



The team has worked hard to identify all users on the campuses that will access the admission
application data, Singularity, and the Cedar Crestone application product. The next step is to
configure this security in Production. This step

will happen after
go
-
live.



Processing steps and training documentation needs to be created for the entire process. This will
happen after
go
-
live

as well. We are considering extending Vanessa from Higher Tech
n
ology
Solutions (HTS) to help us in this pro
cess.


Release
11
:
Financial Aid Disbursement, Graduation Processing, Grading and End of Term
Processing

(Target go
-
live: Fall 2010)



The business case for the deep link pilot (E
-
EP
-
107) is complete.



The business case for the student schedule &

grades textbooks component (E
-
EP
-
98) is complete.



DARS batch degree audit process
-

We have contacts at other institutions who have shared their batch
degree audit design and, in some cases, source code. Research will continue until functional
specifica
tions are finalized.



Transcript Text, Honors and Awards Conversion


tested, waiting for transcript compare completion or
sign off in order to proceed to next test environment.



Relationships Conversion on target.



FA conversions


Allocating

time as pos
sible to analyze what is

still

needed for the FA conversions (C
-
FA
-
12, 14 and 16.
) These are now scheduled to go live in the middle of July and then in release 11.




CU Loan processing will begin in August (needed primarily for AMC) and is dependent on
the CU Loans
extension (E
-
FA
-
45) and the conversion of MPN and Aggregate data. Those CEMLIs are currently in SIT and
TEST.



FA will authorize around August 2
nd

(UCB) and disburse funds to student bills on August 13
th

(ten days
before classes). This is a sli
ght change from the legacy process. In order to have student funds appear on
their bills in SIS, it was necessary to run the disbursement process

a month before the start of classes (but
with an effective date equal to ten days before). In CS aid will app
ear on bills prior to disbursement as
“anticipated aid” according to how the funds have been configured. Excess funds (the credit remaining
after the student’s bill is paid) are available to be released to students three days prior to the start of
classes.



Extensions to support “Return to Title IV” processing and loan period adjustments due to Dynamic Dating
are on track and are in SIT and TEST.



Interfaces to support Job Search and NCAA interface requirements are ready to beginning development.



CS Bundle 18

is targeted to be release by Oracle on 7/30/10 and has a Requested Production Deadline for
CU of 8/30/10.


Release 12 (Target go
-
live: December 1, 2010)



No new processes will go live for FA on 12/1/10. This period will involve ongoing fixes to and config
uration
of the Summer Application, updates to the configuration of the Scholarship Application, testing and
refinement of Fall term end/ Spring term start processing, and changes to configuration or extensions if
required by federal, state, or institutiona
l regulations or policies.


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S
tatus by Area


Admissions



3
rd

Party Application Loads (Professional School Applications)

o

Technical




The technical team has an approach to this load process. This process needs to be progressing in
order to meet expected go
-
liv
e dates.

o

Functional



The Medical School provided filled out the Mapping document that was provided to them. This
document was passed on to the technical team for developing the load process for getting this
data into the system.



Additional sessions for m
apping data from the other 3
rd

party loads need to be scheduled. This
will not happen until after the new CedarCrestone application is in production.



Cedar Crestone Prospect Card
-




The first phase of the prospect card is scheduled to be available around
September 1
st
. Bulk load
of prospect data should be in the 1
st

phase but may be delayed a few days according to
CedarCrestone



A temporary prospect card is being developed to replace the FLEX card and the old provisioning.
This should be up around July 19
th
.


Campus Community



Requirements are being finished up for campus photos for rosters (I
-
CC
-
08) The legal presence conversion
is in prod (on 7/10).



The Affiliations


Quick Provisioning extension is scheduled for 7/12.



The Relationships conversion is
scheduled for 8/2.



The fsaATLAS interface is scheduled for 8/2,



The Housing photo IDs interface is scheduled for 8/2.



The Housing addresses interface is scheduled for 8/2.



The ISO number to external ID interface is scheduled for 8/2.



The Recording Disabili
ties and accommodations interface is scheduled for 8/1.



We are looking in to whether the NID/TIN problem (Oracle bug) has been resolved in a bundle application.
We’re hoping to cancel the workaround extension.



The Selective Service SS extension is sched
uled for 8/1. Art would like to develop the form in Singularity
and is writing up the functional spec.



The Facullty/Staff Email (populating in CS) interface is requested for 8/1. Carol has given the
documentation to the interface team. In the meantime w
e have a work around.



Wardenburg Student Health Center staff have requested additions to the translate table for Immunization
Status (CC>Personal Information>Health Information>Immunizations and Health>Immunization
(tab)>Immunization Status (drop
-
down) to

include: Age Exempt and Incomplete. If possible they would
like to remove Partial and Unknown from the same table.


Also, they have requested the addition of values to the Test Result translate table (CC>Personal
Information>Health Information>Immunizati
ons and Health>Health Test (tab)> Test Result (drop
-
down)
to include: Equivocal, Normal, and Abnormal. If possible they would like to remove: Neutral from same
table. This appears to be achievable via configuration.



Sally and Carol A. are working with th
e campuses to do some record clean up ahead of orientation
students attempting to register, etc.



Art has been working on the disability services mod. Margie will become the owner. Configuration still
needs to be done. We’re still trying to acquire full
buy
-
in on tracking from the disabilities offices. Art will
provide some training/background.





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Conversion



Monitoring incremental load issues and insuring success.



Working on potential modification to transfer credit incremental to determine how summar
y only
conversion could work if needed.



Reviewed Pre
-
88 transfer credit issue as to how it appears in summary on the transcript. High level
analysis provided to SR for Registrar’s to review.



Ongoing program/plan mapping task.



Running catch up files peri
odically to insure that data is in synch.



Historical Load

o

Sign off needed in order to proceed with first load.

o

TEST of historical data is progressing into CON4.
Met with DBA to discuss plan to review some of the
longer running conversions.

o

Reviewing
load schedule to see if there are ways to shorten time to load.

o

Business processes to support error processing are needed.



Non Conversion Support


o

Conversion team has allocated a good chunk of time to other items unrelated to conversions.



Reporting for
UCCS



Duplicate resolution reporting process



MDM testing



Continue as part of team with consultant who is working on E
-
SR
-
05, cumulative stats (People
code).



Analysis of data for interface team as needed.

o

Run process to fix program requirement errors caused

by admission process.

o

Archive to enrollment requests process will need testing. This should improve performance.

o

Continue to support SR team.



Data reporting and analysis.

o

Continue to support DARS team as needed.


Data Warehouse



Several project

and cam
pus staff including representatives from all three IR organizations met for two
days with a

senior industry consultant with experience from at least ten engagements helping higher
education with

CS and CSW

implementations.


The meeting was fruitful in help
ing with planning
modifications to the warehouse structures and reporting models to best meet our needs.


Further
assistance from the consultant will be sought after a contracting mechanism is put into place.



Total Recall has been activated in the CIW/QA i
nstance and may be activated in production this week.


Implementation in production was delayed waiting for the bulk of the conversion of SF data to complete.


There

was no reason to capture with Total Recall, the addition

of more than a million records ge
nerated
by the conversion.


The goal is to have Total Recall functioning and tested

on all fact and dimension
records in production by August 1st.


Total Recall must be ready to capture Fall Census "snapshot"

data.



The business analyst consultant assisting

the DWR Team continues to work on finding data for reports for
the Boulder and Denver Registrar's offices.


Twenty reports based on existing RQS reports have been
started using Cognos.


Six of those have been identified by the Registrar's office as "high
priority".


Six

more high priority reports were identified last week that

are currently being analyzed.





The Denver Registrar’s office

has continues to work on filling the vacancy in their reporting group.


They
currently have only one nearly full time re
port writer.



Degree Audit and Transfer Articulation System



ISIS/DARS transfer credit interface
-

This
interface has sent transfer credit detail
from DARS
to ISIS

for over
3,531

admitted students for fall 2010.



ISIS/DARS degree audit

interface


This in
terface has been in production since June 1
st

and has processed
over 24,000 degree audit requests during that time period. There are still some known bugs and the
functional team is identifying, prioritizing and addressing, as appropriate.

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CU
-
to
-
CU co
urse evaluations


This process continues to run weekly but some pieces are highly manual.
PM is researching how to make these pieces more automated in the future.



The Degree Audit Steering Committee (DASC), Academic Administrator Special Interest Group
(AA
-
SIG)
and DATC functional team met to discuss the identified transfer credit issues. The group decided that
each campus would form a task force, with appropriate representation, to further review the issues
identified.



There is no AMC representative wo
rking on the daily incremental reports for the load of transfer credit
from SIS
-
to
-
ISIS incremental. The volume is not high but there is a need to have someone responsible for
this task.



The change in provisioning process for the recruitment portal (requ
ired for the new admissions
application and effective on 7/19) will impact the functionality that exposes the DARSweb transfer credit
evaluation to admitted CUDEN and CUBLD students in that portal. Effective on or after 7/19, admitted
students will be sen
t to the ISIS Student Center instead of DARSweb. A long
-
term solution to expose the
transfer credit evaluation to admitted students is being researched.


Document Management



The Admissions offices have scanned and processed 213,109 new documents into S
ingularity for Fall
2010.



The Financial Aid offices have scanned and processed 27,549 new documents into Singularity for Fall
2010.



The Records offices have scanned and processed 22,401 new documents into Singularity.



The Bursar offices have scanned and pr
ocessed 13,907 new documents into Singularity.



UCB Records document conversion is continuing. 1,116,803 documents thus far.



UCB/UCD FA document conversion is continuing. 96,826 documents thus far.



UCD Records document conversion has not begun. This seems t
o be a moving target due to competing
priorities. They may begin conversion this week.



The Java image viewer update has been tested and put into production. We’re still working a bug in the
Office Integration module.



Document Management System Stats:

o

Total

Document classes: 1,033

o

Total Documents: 1,851,772

o

Total Users:

833


Financial Aid



The FA Team is currently working on strategies to handle the interaction between projected enrollment,
actual enrollment, budget/aid adjustments, and prorated disbursement
s. Our particular processes make
the interaction somewhat challenging. We’re gathering input from other schools as well as asking
clarifying questions of Meagan.



Per request from other functional areas, CS Bundle 17 will move forward to PROD after the 7/1
release.

B17 is in the process of being applied to TEST, SIT, SITFA, and will be applied to PREP at the end of the
week.



FA has resolved issues/questions with security roles, and Work Study development; and is currently
working on
SAP,
PLUS processing, Ant
icipated Aid, and award adjustments.



FA has approval to bring Meagan back for 4 weeks.

She will be onsite the first two weeks of August
and

during

census date processing.



The percentage of loaded ISIRs relative to total ISIRs read is as expected (after
factoring out students who
are in suspense due to duplicate

records). ISIR files provided to an institution by the Dept. of Education
contain all students who listed that institution, regardless of the student’s admission status or whether
the student appl
ied for admission.



All institutions continue to package students with actual awards. Initial packaging dates were ahead of or
on par with last year’s dates. Populations being packaged at this time are as follows:



UCCS: All students



UCD: Downtown Campus
undergrads

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UCB: All students.



Students at all three campuses are using the Online Student Center to report private scholarships, view
checklists (to do items), and accept/decline awards.



ISIS Scholarship Stats

as of Monday,
7/12:

o

CUBLD:



Post deadline cou
nts:
4,793

unique students



22,772

total selected scholarships, average of
5.4

selected per student

o

CUSPG:



Post deadline counts: 4
63

unique students



531

total selected scholarships, average of 1.
7

selected per student

o

CUDEN:



79

unique students accessed the

app between
7/5

and
7/12

(
1,616
to date)



1,597

total selected scholarships, average of
2.7

selected per student



FA
Processing

Stat
u
s

o

The percentage of loaded ISIRs relative to total ISIRs read is as expected (after factoring out students
who are in suspen
se due to duplicate records). ISIR files provided to an institution by the Dept. of
Education contain all students who listed that institution regardless of whether the student’s
admission status or whether the student applied for admission.

o

Statistics by
week

CUSPG:







week
ending:

total
ISIRs
read
from file

loaded
ISIRs

MILs
(paper)

Award Letters
(email)

Scholarship
communications
(paper)

Award
Letters

(paper)

12/19/2009








111


1/16/2010








78


1/30/2010








14


2/6/2010








2


2/20/2010








70


2/27/2010

3,865

2
,
481




32


3/6/2010

2,280

1
,
536





0


3/13/2010

656

406

1,174



0


3/20/2010

424

253

192


135


3/27/2010

523

292

3
09


127


4/3/2010

769

424

198


298


4/10/2010

584

277

156


6


4/17/2010

433

218

138


0

3,5
27

4/24/2010

739

358

163


0

752

5/1/2010

503

254

126


3

6

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5/8/2010

516

287

110


280

0

5/15/2010

362

207

95

55

38

820

5/22/2010

549

250

105

166

0

90

5/29/2010

479

224

80

28

106

235

6/5/2010

312

136

108

36

0

166

6/12/2010

447

167

102

0

0

292

6/19/2010

354

140

150

91

138

301

6/26/2010

899

152

130

0

0

1

7/3/2010

423

175

100

552

0

212

7/10/2010

309

135

74

124

0

11

Total

15,426

8,372

3,510

1,052

1,438

6,413









CUDEN:







week
ending:

total
ISIRs
read
from file

loaded
ISIRs

MILs
(email)

Award
Letters

(email)



2/27/10

296

176







3/27/10

12
,
895

7
,
502







4/3/10

2
,
456

1
,
653







4/10/10

1
,
063

718

1,835




4/17/2010

1
,
574

927

429




4/24/2010

933

555

200




5/1/2010

1
,
293

728

155

2,772



5/8/2010

848

484

183

0



5/15/2010

772

488

173

0



5/22/2010

1
,
231

641

125

0



5/29/2010

807

399

183

0



6/5/2010

643

362

95

0



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6/12/2010

706

354

86

1,053



6/19/2010

676

321

97

0



6/26/2010

937

282

89

3,877



7/3/2010

939

360

63

0



7/10/2010

640

236

125

1,577



Total

28,709

16,186

3,838

9,279











CUBLD:







week
ending:

total
ISIRs
read
from file

loaded
ISIRs

MILs
(email)

Scholarship
communications
(email)

Award

Letters
(email
)

Planning
Letters
(paper)

2/20/2010







1,645





2/27/2010







2,215





3/13/2010

25,192

17,133




0





3/20/2010


0


0




0


5,177

3/27/2010

5,690

3
,
810

3,975


0


34

4/3/2010

1,682

1
,
055


0


0


2,538

4/10/2010

4,083

2
,
940

4,113


0


0

4/17/2010

1,064

761

2,678

0


585

4/24/2010

1,828

1
,
312

850

0


867

5/1/2010

1,790

1
,
255

520

0


264

5/8/2010

0

0

0

0

9,822

0

5/15/2010

1,509

968

401

2,367

306

221

5/22/2010

1,280

681

0

0

0

0

5/29/2010

2,949

727

508

0

840

91

6/5/2010

893

269

180

0

0

0

6/12/2010

912

422

209

0

1,877

171

6/19/2010

1
,
010

293

304

0

870

0

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6/26/2010

1
,
082

342

142

0

603

0

7/3/2010

1,266

420

193

0

593

0

7/10/2010

623

337

141

0

396

0

Total

52,853

32,725

14,214

6,227

15,307

9,948


Mainframe Decommissioning



We have an agreement with ISP (3
rd

party vendor) to exchange data. Terry has sent them a copy of our
schema and they will do initial analysis.



Carl Sorenson is doing initial arrangements for Oracle table set ups and space requirements for copy of
database.



Terry is working on the Sole Sou
rce agreement.



We are targeting the business office interviews for requirements gathering in July.



Portal



Legacy web access to student finance applications has been removed for Boulder and Denver. Colorado
Springs is working on a plan.



We've adopted

a new process for spec development, in which each CEMLI has its own kickoff meeting,
involving the owner, the analyst, the developer, the designer, and the legacy resource(s) as appropriate. I
believe this process will result in better specs and better pr
oducts due to improved communication and
understanding. I've altered the project plan to reflect these changes for upcoming development.



Miah responded on behalf of the architecture committee about the use of Java servlets & web services.
He is open to fu
rther discussion, basically. So we'll schedule that for next week if possible.


Security



Grad student and hand matriculated provisioning is continuing to be monitored on a daily basis. This is a
manual process of querying for the population of students who now have an active program plan but do
not have operid. Then using an iMacro to do the p
rovisioning.



Duplicate entries in OPERMAP is continuing to be a monitored on a daily basis. This monitoring will have
to continue till we have a delete method being passed down to OPERMAP from PSOPERDEFN messages.
Without the delete method, duplicates in O
PERMAP build daily and have to be manually checked,
verified, and removed.



Large numbers of faculty continue to be identified by the campuses and submitted to Security to be
added to the system. The provision process is a very time consuming for this popul
ation. 280 faculty were
added in the past two weeks.



Work to remove HR type (six digit emplid) of person records continues, we are now down to 134 that still
need to be removed. This is from a high of over 2300.


Student Financials



Cashiering Hardware I
-
SF
-
01


This is in production, we are still having some issues with what version of IE
the printer can be run on so we are looking at how we can fix that.



Processing Credit Cards in Cashiering I
-
SF
-
03


This is in production.



Chartfield Load and Combo Edit

I
-
SF
-
15


This is in CSPROD

and the process to update chartfields through
IB is being run daily.



View 1098T Data in Student Center E
-
SS
-
65


Elopement is complete and has been tested. Our current
plan is put his in production in December.



Interface with
IRS I
-
SF
-
13


Development has not started on this; we don’t need this until January 2011.



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Student Records



The first round of the side by side comparison of the CU Common Transcript between SIS and ISIS reviled
several issues/bugs. The student records
team has submitted roughly 20 bugs to GSD to resolve how the
information is being displayed on the ISIS transcript. In addition, the extensions surrounding career based
transcripts (i.e. Law), transcript requesting, and batch production of transcripts sti
ll requires extensive
unit testing. The offices will engage in several more side by side compares over the coming months.
Current release date into PROD is Sept 2.



The unit testing of the extensions surrounding grading has been delayed due to conflicting

priorities for
the team members. The release date for the grading modifications into PROD has been moved to Sept 2.



E
-
SR
-
05 (CU Cumulative Statistics)
-
Currently there are five unresolved errors with E
-
SR
-
05 in Production:

o

Post/Unpost

of Transfer Credit

o

Applying/Removing Negative Credit Adjustments

o

Quick Admit

o

Batch Term Activation

o

Level Calculation within Term Activation (This has been identified as a bug in COBOL. We are working
to find a resource to resolve this issue.)

The cu
rrent work around for correcting the student statistics remains in place until the permanent
solutions can be migrated to production.



E
-
SR
-
46B (CU Quick Enroll
-

the modification that will allow for the pre
-
registration application,
registration, and pay
ment of continuing education/extended studies students via self
-
service) is
underway. Below are some issues we are working to resolve: High Level Project Plan Below:

o

The calculation of the class fees for these classes continues to have bugs. Joanne is wo
rking closely
with GSD on this issue.

o

The placement of residency for these students will likely require a customization to Cedar Crestone.
Ryan and I are working with Cedar on possible approaches.

o

The GSD code is being migrated to SIT so the full process

(applicant to fee paying student can be
tested).

o

Student Financials has identified that they will not be able to change the Nelnet code at this time to
accommodate the pulling of select class charges vs. the student’s full balance. We will need to
deve
lop a business process to accommodate this feature.



The release of the graduation application into production has been delayed due to conflicting priorities
and the identification of a variety of errors that require resolution with GSD. The release of th
is extension
will be delayed until sometime in July.



Student Records has prioritized all JIRA bugs and all remaining CEMLIS in development. The team
developed a list of prioritized items and submitted it to the liaisons and project management for review
.
Current Active JIRA bugs for Student Records: 29. Bugs include production issues, bug fixes for
modifications still in unit testing, and other outstanding items in the instances.



The Student Records team is starting to have discussions with the proj
ect training coordinator around the
training requirements for upcoming releases. Key areas that require training documentation and training
sessions: graduation processing, grading, transcripts, professional school extensions, and end of term
processing
(i.e. dean’s list).