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User Registration #42

Mertcikla opened this issue Sep 12, 2018 · 2 comments


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commented Sep 12, 2018

User registration (especially student) is needed for our use case where our automation software does not interface with UniTime.
UniTime letting users self register with captcha and password reminder functionality would help us #immensely.

@Mertcikla Mertcikla changed the title Self User Registration User Registration Sep 12, 2018


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commented Sep 13, 2018

There are no plans to add this functionality at the moment. Especially for students, there is typically more information required than just an email (university issued id, curriculum information, etc.). Do you really which for any user to start requesting courses and/or enrolling in the classes?

Please note that when an LDAP or a CAS authentication is enabled, no additional registration in UniTime is needed for an authenticated user to see or request events, view class or examination schedule etc. (depends on the No Role user role permissions and the status of the academic session).


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commented Sep 13, 2018

Ideally we would limit registration to university emails by domain but it is not necessary.

Since our automation software does not support either LDAP or CAS. We are currently entering each curriculum as a hard constraint and ignoring all of the students requests to take courses out of their curriculum. User registration would enable us improve that, see exact course demands and let UniTime handle it.

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