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Date range for Attendance reports

Version 3.6 of Attendance added the ability to specify a date range for the reports on the Report tab. The last date range specified is also used when email individual reports to the students. Version 3.6 accidentally defaulted to using the date range  for individual reports which resulted in individual reports being sent for one week. The work around was to first select the "Dates through now" option on the report tab and then send the individual reports.

Version 3.6.1 (approved Monday October 18th) and above default to all dates for the individual reports, but if you select a date range on the report tab, that date range will be used for the individual reports. If you select a date range for a report on the report tab and then want to send individual reports with all dates, go back to the report tab and select "Dates through now" and then send the individual reports. This will allow people to use a date range or all dates for all reports.

I have one more update (version 3.7) in the testing phase and will probably submit it to Apple some time next week. That is likely the last update for 2010 (unless there are bugs that need fixed) although I still have more features planned when I have more time.


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Reader Comments (6)

I can't get Device Transfer to work. Have paid but each time I tap on Device Transfer all I get is "... ready for purchase".
What am I missing?
How do you do it?

November 4, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterChris?

There are two videos at http://gallery.me.com/dave256 about device transfer. One shows the step for making the purchase and one shows the step for using it. I'm not certain where you see "ready for purchase". The only people that have had issues with making the in-app purchase are those that have jail broken their device. There's at least one jailbreak app (I can't recall exactly which one, but we can probably find it with a search) that causes issues with in-app purchase on all apps, not just Attendance. Please watch the two videos (if you haven't already) and then email me (my email address is in the Instructions tab) telling me exactly what steps you have done, where you are seeing the "ready for purchase" message, and let me know if you have jail broken your device.


November 4, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterdave256

Thanks but I have looked at the videos
I have paid for the transfer, but on my iPad I still get the ready for purchase screen
on my iPhone it says "Checking with store ..." but then seems to time out.
Attendance on my iPhone seems to be working OK other than that (as is the iPhone and my local network)


November 7, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterChris?

Finally got it to work.
Had to download again to iPhone and again to iPad, and have it install itself again.
thanks anyway

November 7, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterChris?

If you have future issues, send me an email. Sounds like the purchase didn't quite complete correctly. This in-app purchase is a non-consumable one so you can "purchase" it multiple times and only be charged once.

November 7, 2010 | Unregistered Commenterdave256apps


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December 2, 2010 | Unregistered CommenterJohn Ice
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