Information Technology Services

CX/CARS Maintenance - Advisory

Change Title:Jenzabar CX System Upgrade 20160930 – HP/UX OS Upgrade

Change Type:Major

Maintenance Window: Begin Friday, September 30, 2016 @5PM until Saturday, October 1, 2016 @ 5PM

Expected Downtime: 24 hours

Services Impacted: MySSU, Jenzabar CX/CARS, Application for Admissions – Administrator Functions, Inquiry Data Administrator, Cognos, ITS Welcome Letter Batch Processing, Student Online Bill Payment (CashNet)

Expected Impact: All services impacted will be unavailable during the maintenance window.

The following services will continue to operate but will not receive data updates via integrations from the Jenzabar CX/CARS system:

Maxient
Adirondack Housing Director
Blackboard Learn (login directly using MySSU credentials at https://blackboard.shawnee.edu)
Blackboard Transact (Bear Card Services)
SciQuest Requisitions, PO, and Invoices
RAVE Mobile Safety
HigherOne Refund
Bookstore Credit/Charge

Change Reason/Expected Outcome: New operating system version will support upcoming required firmware maintenance.



If you have any questions or concerns about this ITS effort then please contact the Service Desk at 351-3538.

For more information regarding Planned IT Upgrades please see: http://www.shawnee.edu/offices/information-technology-services/planned-upgrades/enterprise-systems.aspx

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