A release announcement will be posted on PowerSchool Community when the installer is available for download. Refer to 2020 Provincial Reporting Releases for release dates.
|PSSR-235541||Alberta PASI Direct Connect Plugin Version|
The PASI Direct Connect Plugin is updated to Version 4.2.0
|PSSR-236744||Demographic and Enrolment (DEM/ENR) Integration|
When processing a school enrollment record, the code will no longer reference the SCM Integration School Type flag to check if the school is active.
|PSSR-230604||Demographic and Enrolment (DEM/ENR) Integration|
The Force Sync on a concurrent enrolment no longer goes blank and will now complete successfully.
|PSSR-135918||Demographic and Enrolment (DEM/ENR) Integration|
The End-of-Year process will now update a student's registration type on their next year's school enrollment from S - Summer to D - Regular Day if they were directly enrolled in summer school.
|PSSR-228219||PASI Direct Connect General Functionality|
The course enrollment will now try to match to any matching record in the PASIprep.
|PSSR-140563||PASI Direct Connect General Functionality|
When the hash ends in Resync Required or Resync Matched status, the status will now be a link that displays which entities required a resync.
|PSSR-236184||School Course Marks (SCM) Integration|
The Initial Upload page will no longer show an error message when you try to access the page.
|PSSR-229454||School Course Marks (SCM) Integration|
Special characters are now removed from the course name before submitting a section description to PASI.
|PSSR-199887||School Course Marks (SCM) Integration|
Section delete events will now retry to check if there are course enrollments associated with the section, up to the "Maximum Attempts" configured on the PASI Synchronization Settings page.
|PSSR-238485||PASI Direct Connect General Functionality: Duplicate records in PASI|
When you make changes to high school course enrollments, it creates duplicate records in PASI. The Hash sync process has been updated to avoid generating null pointer errors when processing a large number of records.