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    Getting ScholarPack and Evolve to talk to each other

    Does anyone know if there is a way I can link ScholarPack to Evolve so that the register is automatically updated?

    Thanks

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    Talk to them maybe? Likely have a word with Evolve as it will be down to them. Perhaps have a chat with a data integrator (or get them to), if they not done so already.

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    We have two methods of interoperability with 3rd parties:

    1) an XML API which requires the 3rd party to pull data via a REST web service (hourly, daily, or however often they prefer)
    2) manual export and import of data via a variety of methods like CSV, XML and CTF.

    Please give us a call on the support desk tomorrow AM and we can advise as to the method.
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