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IDD to Asset Center Data migration

IDD to Asset Center Data migration

IDD to Asset Center Data migration

HOW CAN I IMPORT (fsf) FILE TO AssetCenter ?

RE: IDD to Asset Center Data migration

You need a product called Connect.It from Peregrine which has some scenarios for importing from IDD (fsf) files.

RE: IDD to Asset Center Data migration

I am using Connect-it to import data to fields in asset center , and the (*.fsf ) files which saved in data kit are import ,but when I create a new (fsf) file from(IDD) for example (test.fsf) it not work .
do I need some configuration for IDD ?


RE: IDD to Asset Center Data migration

Did you import the out of the box scripts into AssetCenter for IDD?

RE: IDD to Asset Center Data migration

Provided scenari are demo scenari !

If you customized your IDD scanner => the data structure of your newly FSF will change.
Then, you'll need to adapt the demo scenari to this new data structure.

The great force of Connect-It is to be able to auto-describe the data structure.
Don't forget to launch a learning mode on your new FSF for this new data structure to be described.

You'll only need to map the newly fields to your AC table.

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