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Re: Logical relations between TLT and courses

Alexey Parshin wrote:
Is it latest available TLT version, or latest published TLT version? IIRC, we can only subscribe to published TLT version.
Depends on what kind of listing we are making :)
For teachers, to create a class on existing course - latest published.
For admins, listing courses they have access to - latest available.

2008/7/12 Ilya A. Volynets-Evenbakh <ilya@total-knowledge.com <mailto:ilya@total-knowledge.com>>:

    Alexey Parshin wrote:


        Here is another take for course relations to outside world.
        Course is connected to UMO base. That raises few problems:

        1) When we are talking about the courses, such as available
        courses - what version of the TLT is used to show the course
        information? The course title, languages, etc - it's all
        stored in TLT (that is a UMO).
        2) When a class is connected to the course, we need to grant,
        for instance, STUDY permission to the TLT. Again, we need to
        to know a particular version of TLT to work with.

        My current understanding is - we use latest published version
        of the TLT. If I'm correct, then it would be nice to have a
        field in UMO base, *ub_latest_published_version*, pointing to
        the latest published version of the UMO. Implementation
        includes simple modifications in umo_publish() and umo_delete().

    When we are doing course listings, we use info from latest TLT

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