Error during 'Student Identification'
I am trying to associate the AMCcode to the Student ID in a csv file. My steps are:
Loading an existing project with automatically scanned papers and somewhat manualy corrected papers. Next I request the marking and it produces an average mark and lets me look at the CSV table of results (as associated to exam paper numbers). Next I can load (and edit) a CSV file of student IDs but an error occurs which might or might not be related
Use of uninitialized value $both in concatenation (.) or string at /usr/lib64/AMC/perl/AMC-gui.pl line 3621.
From a user's perspective I am not given a choice of which AMCcode to associate. The drop down menu (tab Marking) "Code name for student association:" seems to remain empty. Even though the latex file identifies an AMCcode and in the debug file I see that it seems to know about a code:
[MARK] X scoring [ 1827, 2.24] Codes : etu
I have tried simpler CSV files in case there is something mal-formed in them but that did not appear to help:
The Perl is perl 5, version 18, subversion 1 (v5.18.1) and I am using version used in 5.18
while using version 1.2.1 (svn:1403).
How can I make auto-multiple-choice find my AMCcode and perform the Automatic Student Association?
Interestingly I get the same error ($both not being defined) but the Drop-Down menu allows me to choose the AMCcode when I run this on my laptop (Mac Book perl 5.16 but still 1.2.1)
If you close AMC and reopen the project, does the problem remain?
Can you send your full project directory (without the scans if you want) for testing?
Problem does persist on restart. I will work on making a small project directory with this problem (I currently don't have remote let alone direct access to the workstations with the software). The project dirs at the moment are a little large but I didn't think the problem was size dependent. Thanks for the offer to help.