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    Importing new aspect data into SIMS

    Obviously I've yet to get at the docs so asking this question may be irrelevant anyway...

    Although it's not allowable to write to (or read) the backend database in SIMS, is it possible to import data into SIMS from file, say to create a custom aspect and then populate it that way? For that matter, can it be done with things like assessment grades, etc?

    Obviously it'd need the right fieldnames and UPNs and so-on, but is this kind of thing an option?

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    You can create the Aspect in AM7 and then import the actual data from a Spreadsheet once you can match a field to the new Aspect.

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