Please view below identified issues that impact Academic History pages throughout Banner 9. The issues reported here may be helpful tips and tricks, notifications on new features from Banner 8 to Banner 9, or suggested workarounds while we continue to work on modifications or defects. Once issues are resolved they will be removed from this page.
SFAREGS vs. SFAMREG for Participation Verification Processing
Issue: If a grade has been assigned to the student on the roster (e.g. “X” for non-participation), SFAMREG does drop the student from the class, but it does not remove the “X” grade from the grade roster table.
Since the “X” grade still exist on the table:
- The student and class will appear on your SZRNATT report.
- When you roll grades at the end of term, the “X” grade will roll to the students’ history.
Solution: Use SFAREGS to drop students for Participation Verification. By doing so, the one action will both assign the CN and update the final grade to Null thus removing the “X” grade from the grade roster table.
This is a baseline Banner defect. We cannot predict when this will be fixed by Ellucian. In the meantime, we will work with our developers for a fix.
Posted on 02/01/2022
SHATATR – Change in Layout and Labeling
Please review the following document for information regarding the changes to “Details,” “Descriptions,” and “Attributes”: SHATATR Label Changes
Posted on 05/25/2021
SHADEGR – Security Violation Error Message
When attempting to update and save a record in SHADEGR that was last updated by another user, you are returned a “Security Violation, transaction not complete.” error message. This is an erroneous message. Disregard the error message and continue with saving the record. You will be able to successfully save the record. Developers continue to work on this issue.
Posted on 12/12/2018
SHATCKN – Changes to Course Maintenance
There have been changes made to the Course Maintenance function in SHATCKN. Please access and review the provided guide that provides helpful visuals and detailed information.
Posted on 10/17/2018