Edval for the Apple Macintosh / iOS Operating Systems (iPad/iPhone)
Core Edval technologies have been written for the Windows OS, and have not been directly ported to the Apple Macintosh system. This does not however stop Mac users from any browser based Edval module such as Edval Daily (Cloud version) Edval Choice or Edval Interviews.
Edval no longer tests the compatability of its desktop applications on any virtual environment. This means that whilst Edval 9 may have worked in the past in the virtual environments, Edval
DOES NOT perform testing of Edval 10 in any virtual environment and does not develop the application with any virtual environments as part of the development specifications. The Edval Timetable application "Edval 10" is designed to run in a native Windows PC operating system environment. Edval offers no support to users who choose to attempt to run Edval 10 in a virtual environment.
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Generic requirements for data migration
Generic requirements for data migration Edval facilitates the set-up process for all new clients, and data migration is included in this setup process. While we have dedicated systems to migrate data from some of the more popular systems on the ...
MAZE (CASES21) Timetable data export (Migration Only)
Import Timetable data from Ultranet / CASES21 (MAZE) The following section describes how to export data out of Ultranet / Cases21 / MAZE, for users who wish to upgrade to Edval for timetabling. You may need permission to access these functions in ...
File > Grid Structure
Setting up the grid structure for a school is of optimum importance and dictates the flow of the rest of the timetable. It is for this reason it is important to get it right. Go to File > Grid Structure. Types of Periods 1. White: (Ctrl- T) Is a ...