Re: [tablix-list] schooltool bounty and/or bakeoff

From: Tom Hoffman <tom.hoffmanREMOVE@THISgmail.com>
Date: Wed Oct 27 2004 - 18:18:13 CEST

On Wed, 27 Oct 2004 18:13:31 +0200, Tomaz Solc <tomaz.solc@siol.net> wrote:

> If I understand correctly, this can already be done with Tablix. Using
> the "conflicts-with" type of restriction, it can be defined that certain
> groups of subjects can never be scheduled at the same time.
>
> The example configuration "sample.xml" that is included in the Tablix
> distribution is modelled after a typical high school in Slovenia, where
> each student in the last two years (3rd and 4th year) must choose which
> two out of a number of optional classes she will attend. All students
> also attend a number of mandatory classes. In this example, students can
> choose from FIZ, KEM, BIO and so on. But all students must attend SJK
> and MAT for example.
>
> In the XML file, the group of students in the 3rd year that chose FIZ is
> represented by 3-MA-FIZ. This group is set to conflict with the group
> 3-A for example, which represents one part of all students in the 3rd
> year and includes mandatory classes like SJK and MAT.

I've never been able to figure out from your website whether or not
Tablix actually generates each student's schedule, or if it just
assigns time slots to entire classes.

--Tom
Received on Wed Oct 27 18:58:18 2004

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