It converts from a unknown type into a known type in terms of database types. Let’s name it Note we’ve added a new annotation named Type Converters in our database definition in order to reference the different converters that we can have (you can separate it by commas and add others). You can see these changes in the following commit: Well, in every system with database we should execute migrations at least one time if we want to update some column of our database. It implements an abstract layer to upgrade our database in an understandable way.

As we know, if you change the database schema but you don’t update the version number, the app will crash at first time. We have to update our database version number when we change our database schema.

To do that, we have to define migration as a static variable (named it as you whatever you want): Nice! We need to tell to our database instantiation that executes this migration when it is called.

Faculty members should not expect to use the same space on a continuing basis.

To accommodate as many requests as possible, some courses will be assigned to rooms that may not match what was requested.

Department verification of the enrollment three year high for each class and timely submission of the Special Classroom Request Form is critical in the classroom assignment process.

Not all classes can be assigned to the day or time requested due to limited space availability.

However, subsequent runs of the scheduling algorithm could later include unassigned class sections that were closed, as long as space exists during the needed meeting time and day.

As much as possible, rooms are assigned based on the highest enrollment in the last three years for each course or by classroom feature required to conduct the class.

Classroom assignments and other special course scheduling requirements are handled by Classroom Scheduling in coordination with the requesting office or department.

Academic Classroom Scheduling Procedures are available below.

Also, a room capacity listing report can be viewed at classroom scheduling procedure web site. Dissertation or discussion sections (classes meeting for 50 minutes, one day a week) are expected to heavily utilize/schedule at non-prime class hours (e.g. p.m.) Standard class times will be staggered between the two campuses. The sections should be retained to meet anticipated department needs.

Question(s) about the classroom safety codes can be directed to the Safety Office at [email protected] In other words, the normal day class start time at the Main Campus will be at am while the normal day class start time at the Downtown Campus will begin at am. Additional sections that the department estimates may be required during the semester will be added in Banner by department staff.

It is important to spread classes throughout all class meeting time periods.