Credentialing organizations must frequently make the same change to a group of items. When it is possible to open and modify each item, this can be labor intensive and subject to human error.
Bulk Update is an alternative to changing items one by one. The update is faster overall and has no chance of updating an item differently. A bulk update consists of two parts: the bulk update specification and the list of items to update.
Assessment organization staff have a considerable task of developing their examinations given the many steps and components of the workflow process. As a result, it is not only important that a system contain features to assist with completing each item development task plus keep track of it all, but the system should also be reliable, enhance efficiency and quality control. Recording and cataloguing all workflow user activities ensures that all relevant parties know the steps that have occurred. The PRO! Activity Event Log proves an asset in this process and serves as an electronic fingerprint of “Who, What, When, and Where”.
Item classification is traditionally represented by a hierarchical structure similar to an org chart in which nodes are above, at the same level as, or below another, Each node in the hierarchy is numbered. A node path, which is formed by concatenating the number of each node that must be visited in order to reach the destination node, identifies a node’s location in the tree. For example, in the illustration below the node path 001.002.001 forms the address of History->EurHistory->Medieval. An item is classified when a node path is assigned to the item.