This lesson provides information on different Upload Statuses when adding data to eduCLIMBER. Data ranging from roster information to state data can be uploaded into eduCLIMBER. Reviewing the status of files can help keep an organization's eduCLIMBER site up to date with the most recent information on a student.
Where to Start
- Select Uploads at the bottom of the left-side navigation bar.
- Select Upload in the top right-hand corner. Then, select Upload Student Data from the menu.
- Select a File from your device to upload.
- Choose the Upload Type. This may be a State / Known Assessment, Tags, Behavior, Attendance, etc.
- View column headers of the selected upload type to ensure they match the data file.
- A Description is automatically inserted based on the File name. Update as needed.
- Select Upload.
- Select View All Uploaded Files to view the status of every uploaded file.
- Each upload status will be color-coded.
|Received (White)||File has been uploaded and is awaiting processing.|
|Processing (White)||File is being scanned for items requiring validation.|
|Validation (Yellow)||File is awaiting the user to complete validation of new or changed items. No data from the file is currently in eduCLIMBER.|
File is ready for import and will process automatically at the time of the next open window.
|Importing (White)||Data is currently being loaded into eduCLIMBER.|
|Complete (White)||Data from the files was placed into eduCLIMBER. Some errors and/or warnings may need to be addressed.|
|Canceled (White)||file uploaded was canceled. Data from the file is not in eduCLIMBER.|
|Errored (Red)||The entire file errored. No data was imported into eduCLIMBER from the file.|
Errors and Warnings
Files that have completed the uploaded process may contain errors and warnings.
- Errors (red text) will indicate the entire row of data was not added to eduCLIMBER. Common errors include information related to Student Names, Testing Windows, and more.
- Warnings (yellow text) indicate that the listed piece of data was not added to eduCLIMBER, but other aspects were added successfully. Common warnings include missing grade levels, missing teacher information, and more.
The text noting the number of errors can be selected to view the specific error/warning message.
To learn about correcting errors from an upload, visit Correcting Common Errors on an Uploaded File.