R04 Summary of Funding Model 35 showing zero

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  • Jon White
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    My R04 Summary of Funding Model 35 Funding Report is showing as zero funding for my AEB Other Learning (non-procured) provision, though the correct amount is showing in the Main Occupancy Report Excel file. Not sure if I should be concerned and if anyone else is seeing this issue? I did raise this as an problem with the service desk 5 days ago, but I’ve not had a reply yet. I’ve submitted an updated R04 this morning and the problem is still there?

     
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    Stuart Mitchell
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    Same here. I suspect they haven’t updated the report to take account of recent changes to the “fundline” field in the database. Other reports (e.g. Funding Summary) seem OK.

     
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    Joan.Mitchell
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    Good morning

    I asked about this a few weeks ago and I wasn’t the only one who had this problem, so didn’t worry as the Occupancy report was ok. I did expect the FIS to have been updated ready for the R04 though especially as we haven’t had any acknowledgement from the ESFA that this is an issue.

    Joan

     
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    Martin West
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    Hi,
    It is always best to check if it is a Known issue first:
    On the Summary of Funding Model 35 Funding Report the Funding Line Type AEB – Other Learning (non-procured) and the AEB – Other Learning (procured) sections are showing values of 0 even though the data is populated in the ILR file. This defect is appearing in both the CSV and PDF version of the report.
    HTH

     
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    steveh
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    It’s a known issue. The report is, to use a technical term, knackered.

    Also, I don’t want to be mean, but there’s been about eight threads already asking this question…

     
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    Jon White
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    Thank you Stuart & Joan, that’s helpful to know I’m not alone. I’ll stick to the Occupancy Report for now, but not as user-friendly for reporting to my senior management!

    Thanks, Jon

     
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