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Re: [K12OSN] Open Source Lunchroom POS



Yes, that did it...I was looking at a template in the docs folder and
incorrectly adding that active....Just FYI, we use a SIS called Web2 School up
here in Maine and I'm working with one of the people there right now. It's all
written in java and it looks like all I need to do is install W2S on the same
Fedora box as the POS and then import my data over from the current Windows
server that it's running on and he thinks I'll be all set. I will keep you
posted on how it goes. There are a fair number of schools in the NY, New England
area that use Web2School for their SIS....Thank you for all that hard work by
the way...It looks like you will be saving us around $5000 as opposed to
purchasing NutriKids, which btw was almost in the purchase order stage...lol
Thanks again, J

Quoting CHUCK SYPERSKI <csyperski DUPAGE88 NET>:

> It looks like you have one too many actives at the end I think (I am not in
> front of my box right now) it should be:
> 
> student id
> building
> fname
> lname
> meal status (F, R or N for free or reduced or Normal)
> activity (0 or 1)
> 
> Just so you know, you don't have to upload this data if you SIS has a
> database backend that supports JDBC or ODBC, you can directly connect to
> it.
> 
> Please let me know if this doesn't work.
> 
> Thanks for you interest,
> Chuck Syperski
> 
> >>> johnny msad41 us 02/27/07 16:33 PM >>>
> Chuck, I have your program running on an FC 5 box but when I try to upload
> my
> ..cvs file with the student info it gives me an error on all the lines. It's
> a
> standard .csv file created out of Excel but it just won't fly...any clues
> to
> what I might have wrong? This is how it looks per line...
> 329,1,John,Leonard,1,1
> Where it is student #,building,first name,last name,active,active...Is this
> incorrect? 
> Thank you for any help...John
> 
> Quoting CHUCK SYPERSKI <CSYPERSKI DUPAGE88 NET>:
> 
> > >From what I am reading it looks like they are using PostgreSQL as their
> db. 
> > If this is the case then all you need to do is download the JDBC 3 driver
> > from thier site http://jdbc.postgresql.org/download.html for the version
> of
> > postgresql that you are running and put it in the src/lib directory. 
> Then
> > run "PSCAFEPOS.sh --config" to setup your datafield mappings.  If you
> have
> > any other questions please let me know.
> > 
> > Thanks,
> > Chuck Syperski
> > Software Developer 
> > DuPage High School District 88
> 
> John T. Leonard
> Technology Coordinator
> MSAD No. 41
> Penquis Valley HS/MS
> 48 Penquis Drive 
> Milo, Maine 04463
> Office:207-943-5332
> Voice:207-943-0902 X181
> Cell:207-233-3757
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John T. Leonard
Technology Coordinator
MSAD No. 41
Penquis Valley HS/MS
48 Penquis Drive 
Milo, Maine 04463
Office:207-943-5332
Voice:207-943-0902 X181
Cell:207-233-3757


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