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How to handle Permit Status being set to Administratively Continued or Expired:

• If current date is greater than Permit Expiration Date and less than or equal to Permit Expiration Date plus 90 days, set Permit Status to: Administratively Continued.


• If current date is greater than Permit Expiration Date plus 90 days and either Application Received Date or Complete Application Received Date is greater than or equal to Permit Effective Date, set Permit Status to: Administratively Continued.


• If current date is greater than Permit Expiration Date plus 90 days and neither Application Received Date nor Complete Application Received Date is greater than or equal to Permit Effective Date, set Permit Status to: Expired.

Permit Status is probably most often set to Admin Continued or Expired by the Nightly Process (triggered by date being reached).  However if a user enters a permit that meets the criteria, or edits a permit to meet the criteria, the system will set Status accordingly upon Save.  It can also happen when a Permit is deleted and there is a previous version of the permit.  The previous version of the permit becomes the current version and the Permit Status will be set for the ‘new’ current version of the permit.

Summary of fields that determine the status:

  • Effective Date
  • Expiration Date
  • Current Date (system date)
  • Application Received Date
  • Complete Application Received Date
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