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Re: [K12OSN] OT database help



The scenario is this: The 8th grade needs more pykota credits because
they are doing a paper.  I'd like to be able to add those credits for
the group to postgresql.  FYI,I haven't added the users yet and I'm a
little confused.  There are some printers I only want teachers to
print to. Would I be adding a group "students" and then adding the
classes groups to "students" and then the individulas to the classes
groups?  Then I could add the student group to the printers I want
accessible to students? Does that make sense and is that a good way to
do it?  I figured that if I can't add groups to groups in the
postgresql backend then I'd need a sortable list of students.


Thanks,
Peter


On 12/6/05, Jim Kronebusch <jim winonacotter org> wrote:
> On Tue, 6 Dec 2005 13:13:32 -0500, Peter Hartmann wrote
> > I recently learned that I need to be able to sort users by class.
> > I'm guessing that the best way is to have users in a database?  If I
> > set up a table with fields for last name, first name, username, and class
> > couldn't I import a csv file into it if the data was in the same
> > order?  Or is there a way to sort rows by the data in a column in a
> > spreadsheet?  Obviously my office chops are pretty sad.  Any thoughts?
>
> I know Chuck Liebow has his LDAP configured with students and staff broken
> down by school and grade.  This may help you.
>
> It may help us offer advice if we knew why you need to sort them by class and
> whether or not you need to be able to sort when viewing account running on the
> system or just have a record of accounts in a spreadsheet that you can sort.
>
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