Started by kdsayang, April 07, 2008, 12:47:19 PM
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Quotebut like i told: i am a Qt beginner and i must also work as teacher, so it may take one or two weeks.
QuoteDid you open a .fet file with a text or xml editor? It is easy to understand. Please do that to see it and maybe you can find a way to generate a .fet file from an excel data.
QuoteI have to admit I did not think about ways to import/export data, because I tried to concentrate on the algorithm. But I hope Volker and maybe other contributors will work on that.
QuoteIf i understand correct, then you can use it for example to importteachers name from csv to a fet data file.1. you need a csv file with teachernames (no seperator, just new lines)example:TomAlFred2. visit http://www.creativyst.com/cgi-bin/Prod/15/eg/csv2xml.pl3. Write into "Element ids" this: NameWrite into "Input" the csv teacher names.Write into "Doc_id": Teachers_ListWrite into "Row_id": Teacher4. press convert
Quotefor course list --> (i)Year/Course, Group/Course group, Subgroup, subject code, subject name, number of student (-1 for auto), split into, duration, if activites on the same day force consecutives
Quoteroom name, building, capacity,
Quotefor lecturer list --> (iii)
Quotefor days per week --> (iv)period per day --> (v)
QuoteExample: someone write duration 5 and split into 2 lessons. So what should i do? That's why i prefer "duration" and "splitted duraion" and so you can say: 5; 4+1 or 5; 3+2 or 5; 2+2+1 or ...
Quotehmmm.... that's a little bit different from my current csv import style.but i think that can be added later.
QuoteThe last two suggestions are pretty special and doesn't fit to files of school administration software that i know.
QuoteThe input will be:Year/Course, Group/Course group, Subgroup, subject code, subject name, number of student (-1 for auto), split into, duration, if activites on the same day force consecutives*DIT,**DIT 2,MPP 223,***-0,Oganization Behavior,30,4,2,1,2,1,1
Quotemay be you add it like this... Instead of doing it horizontal, u make it vertical???
Quotesorry for delay.please check the current beta ( http://www.timetabling.de/ ) and tell me if it work well. i released source and windows executable. i still need to do a few code cleanups, but i haven't enough time at the moment and i think the current version is good enough to release it as a beta version.i will maybe add import of days and periods later.
QuoteIn my opinion, I think It is better your put one subject per column in *.csv instead of cramming all of them in just one column. It look nicer and easy to troubleshoot. [...] Image BELOW is the old one.... Image ABOVE is my suggestion...
QuoteCan u PLEASE update it to the latest versions??