You can specify the following settings on the 'Timetable' tab:
Double periods min.-max.
Entering double periods and blocks was already dealt with in chapter Double period - block .
Periods in this subject room
If a subject room is defined for a lesson, the optimisation routine will attempt to schedule all periods of the lesson in this room. This is sometimes not desired when there is a shortage of rooms or when rooms are overbooked. If for example only two of three physics lessons are to be held in the physics lab, then enter a '2' here. As a rule, no entry is required in this field.
Scheduling priorityThis field has been created for compatibility reasons only. Please do not enter anything in here.
Teacher optimisation code
With the teacher optimisation code, the Lesson planning module offers the possibility of influencing Teacher assignment during optimisation. You will find details in chapter Teacher optimisation under' Optimisation' .
This value indicates how many periods of the current lesson have not yet been scheduled in the timetable.
Subject sequence - Classes/Subject Sequence - Teachers
As with master data, there is also the field 'subject sequence' for lessons. Permitted entries are 1 - 9 for a positive subject sequence and A - E for a negative subject sequence. Please also see chapter' Subject sequence' in the' User tips' section.
Class Clash Code (Class Clash Code, CCC)
This code allows Untis to schedule two lessons at the same time even when the same class is involved in both lessons. Enter values 1 - 9 where a conflict is permissible between lessons with the same CCC, and A - H where a conflict is permissible between lessons with different non-numeric CCCs. Please also see chapter 'Subject sequence' in the' User tips'section.