st.bisitz at ostfalia.de
Mon Jan 7 08:23:52 EST 2013
1Q746312661a84458bsul1 and other identifiers like that is the LON-CAPA
Course ID. This value is created when the course is created and never
ever changes. The course title (e.g., "ASTR100 Fall 2003"), even though
unlikely, could be changed.
As Domain Coordinator, go to Main Menu >> View or modify a course or
community. Copy the course id to " LON-CAPA course ID:" and click
"Search" to retrieve the current title and more related data.
This is of course not useful for batch retrieval but offers a quick way
to check the data.
As we don't use Autoenrollment here, others might have more or better ideas.
Am 07.01.2013 14:07, schrieb Neubauer, Paul:
> Hi all,
> Thanks to a lot of good help from Stewart, we have autoenrollment working and shibboleth is providing authentication.
> Now I'm trying to make better use of the log so that I have a reasonable chance of catching errors or other problems.
> Unfortunately, /home/httpd/perl/logs/autoenroll.log arrives every morning with hundreds of lines, most of which are of the form:
> Auto-enrollment not currently enabled for 1Q746312661a84458bsul1
> It appears that the autoenroll process logs the fact that every course we have ever had on LON-CAPA is not currently being autoenrolled. Course 1Q746312661a84458bsul1 may be ASTR100 Fall 2003, but I can't tell what it is from the log.
> And then there are messages like:
> No institutional classlist data could be retrieved for 1W7361372b42a500dbsul1
> I have no idea what class 1W7361372b42a500dbsul1 is. I know it is not one of the current ones, so I am guessing that it is one from a past term that somehow got marked for autoenrollment even though we were not doing autoenrollment before this immediately past semester.
> So my most urgent question is: is there a way to retrieve course information based on the "affiliate" id? It doesn't have to be something within LON-CAPA proper, in fact, I'd prefer something that could generate a plain text file. If anyone has a clue for me on constructing a MySQL query against the database so that I can extract that information, I could use that. Basically, I'd like to filter out the past courses from autoenroll.log so I can see what is happening to the current courses without all the noise from irrelevant courses. I can do that in many different ways, I'm sure, but it strikes me that simply generating a list of what all the courses in the database are/have been (particularly by "affiliate" id, which is all the course identification that is in the log) would give me a relatively straightforward start on such a filter so I can say:
> I don't need 1Q746312661a84458bsul1
> I DO need 2U380410d38cf5008bsul1
> I don't need 2b739135e6f2a50e9bsul1
> Any thoughts or ideas would be welcome.
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