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Management of IMS Enterprise Web services allows administrators to manage integration with external systems such as SIMS. Administrators can find the feature by clicking Admin and then looking under Logs and information and Manage IMS Enterprise Web services.
Today the integration is limited to SIMS.
The integration view shows you a list of the integration elements you already have, and it allows you to edit, add, and delete these.
|Title||The title of the integration.|
|Hierarchy||The itslearning hierarchy to which the integration belongs.|
|Status||The status of the last run. The first number shows how many requests were made in the last run. The first number in brackets shows how many requests succeeded, the second number shows the number of warnings, and the third number indicates how many failed.|
|Last run||The date and time of the last run.|
|Administrative provider||The type of administrative provider or the name of the exporting system.|
|Title||The title of the integration. This title is used to separate the different integration elements in the enterprise Web service management view.|
|Start hierarchy||Select the itslearning hierarchy to which to import the data.|
|Username||Specify whether usernames should be imported or generated automatically by itslearning.|
|Password||Specify whether passwords should be imported or generated automatically by itslearning.|
|Check the box if e-mail addresses should be imported.|
|Phone||Check the box if phone numbers should be imported.|
|Address||Check the box if addresses should be imported.|
|Date of birth||Check the box if birth dates should be imported.|
|System to use||The administrative provider type – for example, SIMS.|
|URL to service||The URL for the Web service that is used by the customer for the integration.|
|Username||Automatically generated username for the above Web service.|
|Password||Automatically generated password for the above Web service.|