Upgrading from ResSched 9 to 10 or back is a simple process. After installing ResSched 10, you must convert your existing ResSched 9 data, then adjust your Organization Settings to take advantage of the many new features.
|ResSched 10 is available to all ResSched licensees with current coverage for technical support and program updates. To confirm your coverage status, open ResSched 9.9 and look under Help>About ResSched. If your coverage has expired, or will expire soon contact us to renew.
ResSched 10 can be used at the same time as ResSched 9, so you have a complete opportunity for testing with your own data before changing over to 10 for production. Data can be converted from 9 to 10 and back to 9 if desired, but there is no synchronization between the two versions in real time
If you need to repeat a data conversion, always start with a fresh set of source data files. If you have any problems or wish to convert from version 9.1 or earlier, contact us for support.
You must convert your data before using ResSched 10. If you are using ResSched 9.2 or later, after installing ResSched 10:
Note: the 9 to 10 conversion process leaves a set of tps files in the Retained sub folder. These files are not used by ResSched 10 but will be used if you convert back from 10 to 9.
If you need to run DataConversion more than once, always start with a fresh set of source data files. If you have any problems or wish to convert from version 9.1 or earlier, contact us for support.
If you wish to go back to ResSched 9 for any reason:
Your time related data will be converted to Universal Coordinated Time (UTC) based on the geographic time zone you select during data conversion. Dates and times will be displayed based on the geographic time zone you select in Organization Settings
Your existing user IDs will be imported into ResSched. Passwords will be converted to all upper case (ResSched 10 passwords are case sensitive). Current users will log on to ResSched and enter their user name and password as they do now.
Users’ rights to book resources or view schedules can come from several sources and new options have been added with ResSched 10. These authorization sources are tested in the order shown below. A lower authorization is only tested if the higher authorizations have failed.
|Access Level||Resource and System Administrators always have authority to book and view all resources. All other users get authority to book resources or view schedules from one or more of the sources below.|
|Organization Setting||A system administrator can set all resources as available to all users to book or view in Organization Settings|
|Global Authority for a User||General, reserve and view only users can be given authority to book or view all resources.|
|Global Authorization for a Resource Group||Any resource group can be designated for all users to book or view all the resources in the group. New|
|Global Authorization for a Resource||Any resource can be designated as available for users to book or view.|
|Specified Groups/Users||Specified users can be authorized to book or view specified resource groups. New|
|Specified Resources/Users||Specified users can be authorized to book or view specified individual resources.|