Sunapsis Project Meeting Minutes
September 10, 2015 2:00-3:00 p.m.
Attendees: Sherri Mines, Joseph Ng, Chien Shih, Mahmood Hasan, Jim Clow, Linda Koyama
- Ongoing issues:
- Mail server issue: Katia and Ryan worked with Matt Reynolds to resolve the email issue. Now working.
- Single Sign On: WIll touch base with ETS Matt regarding Sherri's difficulty with single sign on (sometimes after entering credentials, nothing happens). Sherri will send screen shots.
- Problems with the initial data feed test have been resolved and were able to load the XML file; however, not all fields are mapping. Sherri and Jim are working on it.
- Latest patches have been applied and we are currently up-to-date.
- Sunapsis support is still looking into the problem that Sherri had deleting a student's profile.
- Preparing for Matt Reynolds' visit (Oct. 19-21):
- Sherri will send out an invite for Ryan to get SEVIS configured with Sunapsis in addtion to the SSL certificates.
- Test instance VM server creation is done but now Sunapsis/Coldfusion software installation remains.
- XML upload is working properly.
- Mapping must be completed and working.
- Sevis feed must be working properly. (Can be tested by doing an address change).
- Email must be working.
- Single sign on is working.
- Goal is to have everything completed through # 3 on the check list and have a functional system to test by Sept. 30th.
- Sherri will send a list for Invitees for training to LInda.
- Sherri will be in Indiana for training Oct. 9-14.
- Chien's suggestion for the intake forms: Keep it simple. Joseph suggested to have
a FAQ page that can be internally maintained. ETS is ready to go. Intake form will
go live in January. A meeting is scheduled for Sherri and Omniupdate to discuss the
OU form capabilities.
- Encryption must wait until after Matt Reynolds visit.
- Matt Reynolds' agenda is posted on the project webpage.
- The go live for the admissions piece is winter 2016. The go live for the SEVIS piece
will be after Matt's visit.
- Old FSAAtlas and SEVIS servers are needed for up to three years.