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February 10, 2023
This 30 minute webinar gives an overview of the tool and its key uses and benefits.
The batch management tool is for institutional administrators. It saves time for administrators and creates efficiencies within repository workflows.
The functionality enables the creation and management of many records at once within a Figshare repository. We also share an example of a recent project, where the tool was used to handle an institutional repository migration.
In this webinar, we cover:
- How to use the tool to batch download, batch import, and batch edit records and files
- Tips and tricks to using the tool successfully
- How this tool differs from other batch management options in Figshare, like FTP, the API, and batch metadata editing.
Please note that the transcript was generated with software and may not be entirely correct.
0:03Hi, everyone, and welcome to the Figshare webinar today with Andrew Here is our presenter. Create Efficiencies in Your Repository Workflow Figshare's, patch management tool. And so, we are at time now, So I'll record and share my housekeeping bits, and then we'll, we'll pass over to Angie. So, if you can't hear or see me, or having any technical problems, please, do you say now, and we'll try and on anything.
0:29But all attendees are in listen only mode. If you'd like to communicate with me or with Andrea, ask a question, or get some clarification, you can use the Q&A function or the chat function, and I'll monitor both. We'll have some time for Q&A at the end. If there's anything simple that I can answer throughout, I will do. So, we're also recording today's session, so if you have to drop off, we've got to share it with a colleague. After all, registrants will receive the recording automatically. But you can always e-mail me, Laura, architecture, and I can direct you to its link on our website. So, thank you very much, everyone. I'll pass it over to you now, Andrew, and disappeared into the back. Thank you very much. Thanks, Laura. Hello, everyone, I'm on video just for a minute or two, so you can see who's talking stuff. But then I'll turn my video off.
1:19Yeah, welcome, happy to have you all here and be here to talk about the batch management tool.
1:25I'm going to go off video.
1:27So please, yeah, put questions in during the webinar. And Laura, if it seems right to just interrupt me and ask a question, that's fine, too. And I, hopefully there'll be plenty of time at the end for questions as well.
1:41So the audience for this webinar is really repository administrators and managers. And those evaluating FIG share as a repository platform.
1:51The the functionality that we're talking about today is only available to those who have the highest privileges in the repository.
2:03There are four options in FIG share for batch management.
2:09And of course, the first one the admin interface patch management tool is what we're really focusing on today.
2:16But I will briefly, at the end, mention the FTP upload, which is really for files. the haganah Edit metadata in bulk within a user account.
2:27Then, of course, the API is also available to do knee any and all of this, really.
2:36So the admin batch management admin interface, patch management tool was launched in 20 22.
2:45We were getting requests for this functionality.
2:48And the product director found a slot in the, all the other work that's going on and put out a, a document for comments, and ideas, and use that as a basis to build this tool. And so just I think we just within six months, we had this launched in the interface, really exciting.
3:10As I mentioned, it's only available to institutional administrators.
3:14And you'll see that in a moment, it does three things. So you can download some or all of your metadata.
3:19You can see that in the screenshot can get the public metadata, the private metadata, all the metadata, or metadata from one or more groups.
3:28It is e-mailed to you as a zipped up CSV file.
3:33It is a subset of the metadata. It's not absolutely everything, like you can, through the API endpoints, you can actually see, like, isn't that all the metadata?
3:42In this case, you're getting the metadata that's required for publication, some of the extra dates and some of the other fields that are available to enter for users.
3:53File information is excluded when you're downloading the metadata.
3:59And some fields are in the JSON format. So you know authors, for example, as we'll see later. Otherwise, your spreadsheet would just, you know, be filled with.
4:09That's how many columns trying to fit all the author names for each record.
4:15You can also upload that exact same metadata with some changes, and so it's a way to bulk edit metadata across your repository.
4:24And this includes adding files.
4:26So you can add files into existing records if Navy, And then finally, you can upload new metadata and files into the repository.
4:38And this is really nice.
4:40This is actually one of the best features, I think, is that you can, if you've ever, you turned on for, your groups are your whole repository.
4:48You can bypass review to publish records directly, which is a huge timesaver.
4:56This enables, do it yourself migrations when you have relatively, you know, metadata is relatively easy to map to the fields in your cloud, in your repository.
5:07And I'm going to mention this a little bit later as well.
5:11Hi, Andrew, just quick question that hopefully be relevant to us. Now, and it's our custom fields downloaded.
5:19Yes, OK, great. So just this last bullet here is exactly that.
5:26Custom fields are downloaded. All of them are downloaded.
5:30No matter which way you choose for Groups, you'll just see all the, The fields will be there. And you can upload into those fields as well.
5:40We do have a really nice help page for this whole tool.
5:44So, this QR code will take you there.
5:47I, it reviews the tool, um, and it also includes some really helpful notes. and I'm going to be going over a bunch of these today, but not, not absolutely everything.
5:57So, if you're going to be using this tool, good to have this page open to reference. And if something goes wrong, look here first to figure out what, what it might be actually, how that opened in another window.
6:08So, you can see it's pretty detailed about like what exactly is happening and it gives advice and formatting, for example, how to format, files, to be uploaded, and then it provides all these notes. And there's a short little video here to that that describes this.
6:26So, if you can just go to help dot fixture dot com and search patch management and this page will come up.
6:33So let's dive in here. First of all, downloading metadata. This is a great way to, you know, just see all your metadata check, the consistency of metadata across all your records.
6:45It's a way to do some reporting. You can look at, you know, how many records are embargoed when they're expiring. You can look at how many records have a linked funding record versus no. No funding, or funding that's just been added is free text. So lots of possibilities for reporting.
7:02And what happens is, you see, you go through the process of downloading the metadata, and it comes in a spreadsheet.
7:08And so this is our sandbox that we use for demonstrations like this. I'm already logged in as a top level administrator.
7:17And this account, in some of our demo instances, in your stage instances, if you're an administrator, you shouldn't be able to, you'd have e-mail access to those to that account.
7:27But so I've had to set up for e-mail. So I can receive the download e-mail that's essential, to have this work. So I click on my little icon up here on the top right, And because I'm a top level administrator, there's a Batch Management tool.
7:40Notice I'm also a Reviewer. This is important to when you are going to be uploading records and you want to bypass review, you need to have that privilege as well for your account.
7:50I'm going to batch management.
7:52It looks just like that screenshot.
7:54I can choose which metadata I want. If I uncheck all Metadata, I can select one or more groups to download.
8:03Then I can just now, you know, do the download, Actually, I'll do show you what the little symbol says, says, how great this has been sent in, and we'll e-mail you when it's ready. So if you have a lot of metadata coming, it might take a little while for you to get that.
8:21What does it look like when you have downloaded all this spreadsheet open down here, So yeah, it's a wall of metadata here.
8:28I'm gonna zoom in just a little bit, I'm not gonna spend too much time here.
8:36Couple of things to note, there is a mobile the way. on the left side of the screen. here, there's an article ID account ID, and group ID.
8:44So, if you want to edit something, you know, the accounting article ID is really important.
8:50You can see what accounts owns the records, and you can see which group the record belongs to.
8:58While useful. You can also see the status of the record, public, private, or draft. By the way, draft is when record doesn't have all the metadata to be published. Private is when it could be published but it has and hasn't been published or unpublished.
9:12Few other things, you can see, the, The author information is in a JSON format, with the author ID, and name, and all that.
9:22I'm just going to scroll over a little bit more.
9:25Funding also comes in as JSON.
9:29And I'm not gonna spend too much time here, but you get the persistent identifiers here.
9:35A lot of embargo information, So is it embargo, When is the embargo date?
9:40The embargo reason, all that so you have a lot of information here on. on embargoes. Some of the dates are included, the dates that you can edit. So, first, Online Date, you can Edit.
9:53And then, if you have Acceptance and Publication date set up in your repository, you will see those, as well.
9:59And finally, we have all of the custom metadata fields, I think mine starts right, here.
10:07These are all custom fields, um, that I have set up in this repository.
10:14So, that's what the metadata looks like.
10:19I'm going to bring back up my slides here.
10:23Um, if you wanted to, uh, edit that metadata, or use that as a template to create new metadata, you would make a copy of that spreadsheet, and do what everyone and a quick note, if you are going to be uploading.
10:40If you're making some changes and then re uploading, it's best to delete all the records that you didn't change just to make the process move more quickly, so, only upload the ones that you have edited, or hi, efficiency.
10:56So I want to move on to uploading metadata.
10:59Of course, there are probably tons of use cases here, but some of the great things you can fix, metadata areas across your records, you can move items to different groups. Altogether, you can update funding to be linked values, as opposed to free text.
11:14There are lots of opportunities for this tool.
11:18And then there are a lot of suggestions, end up clicking on the hidden links there.
11:24So, uh, suggestion number one, download your metadata to use as a template. And you can also see all that group and user information, or author information, which makes it much easier to create new records and add edit records.
11:42As I mentioned before, all the custom fields will be included.
11:45So for example, if you are, no really, you're doing some editing where you're uploading new records into your repository.
11:55Might be wise to do it by group. So download your metadata by group. That way, you'll know, you'll be able to easily see if you have any required custom metadata fields for that group, that you need to make sure you fill out.
12:07Um, you'll, you'll be able to see, you see consistency within the group there, and then you can upload that on its own, or you can combine it with other sets of downloaded metadata, or a format and metadata for upload.
12:25If you need more information, you know, you're setting up your records, you need to look up author information or group information.
12:33The best thing to do is use some of our API endpoints. So for groups, if you need group information, I have the documentation open up. I'm actually using the Sandbox API documentation just, so it works with the repository. That I'm, I'm set up in.
12:48Here we are, on the documentation page on Zoom, in just a little bit.
12:52There's an institution section on the left side here.
12:56As I scroll down, we see private account institution groups.
13:01I have my Token already entered in the top left here So when I hit Try, we get all of the group information for this repository. Group ID is what you really need, but it might help to if you're trying to read your metadata, download, and you want to know which group is, which, you can see that. Here's why you can see the name with the ID.
13:21If you were looking for some information on the users and the author accounts in your repository, there's an endpoint for that.
13:30Same section, Private account, Institution Accounts.
13:35If you have thousands of users, there's ways to narrow it down so you don't have to scroll through all of them.
13:40And it provides the the ID for the the account or user and then the author record. And I'm going to take a moment here to explain this.
13:52The, this is the account ID.
13:54So if there are, these are only for people set up in your repository then every author in FIG share receives a a user ID basically. And so those are two important.
14:09distinctions in the record.
14:11In your metadata records, we see the account ID here in column B then under the authors we see an ID value.
14:18This is the user ID or author ID, and then there's the account ID.
14:24So it is a confusing, different differentiation. But, but it's important.
14:30Lastly, I just throw this in here, because it's kind of a hidden endpoint, But you can actually look up all the funding that's available to link to in picture, And that's available also through the API, or you can just search through a picture record.
14:46In the other end points, on the left side here, search funding.
14:51So you can just do a, You can put in some, some search value. I don't even know if this one will will work here, but it'll bring up.
15:02I search for very broad terms, I get a lot of results.
15:07So, ways to pull information from your repository as you're setting up your metadata, uh, some other suggestions, and then, I'll do a demo of the upload.
15:18You can modify several date fields, but it's really important that you check the date formats every time you open that CSV file. If, if you're using Excel, maybe you have some other tool that, that won't automatically change the dates, but it needs to be in this format.
15:31So, um, I'll start talking about what I'm going to upload. So, I have this other sheet, I've already set it up. I'll zoom in a little bit here.
15:40It is, um, basically I just copied that download sheet, and then made some changes and added some new files.
15:46So, we have, uh, you can see the records, I'm going to be uploading an item with a linked and free text funding, although I think A Then item with multiple files and metadata only record a record that's going into a user account, not my admin account, Then an existing record. I'm going to be added, adding a file to it, and you can see it's existing. It has an article ID over here.
16:11Scroll over to the dates.
16:14OK, so, my Excel sets up the dates like this.
16:19one of the things I need to do to make this work is change the format here.
16:26So, put in Year, OK, OK.
16:34And when I say that, it will say that format until I open it again.
16:38Uh, the other, while I'm here, I'll just point out, another thing that you need to do when you're uploading you want to add files, is you need to add a column called Files.
16:48She had a column called File. It won't work. So, formatting is very important. And you can see how I've entered the file URLs. The file has to be publicly available to the fixture system so it can't be just on your computer.
17:01You need to have it somewhere available on the Internet.
17:06And the help page describes describes us pretty well.
17:10You can put multiple authors files in there.
17:12I know this is a little hard to read, but you can see, it's separated by a comma URLs, or have quotes around them, so pay attention to the formatting.
17:23OK, so this is where I want to dive a little bit deeper into the linking, the author records, because I think this is a really powerful option.
17:31With this tool, if an author is already in your system or actually is in the fixture system as a whole, you can use that user ID for the author ID.
17:40So here's how you just send in the author information for for an existing author. That's the ID value. You don't need to put. the name in or the orchid or anything like that.
17:51If you're adding a new author to the system, you have to have a last name.
17:55And it's really good if you can include the orchid as well.
17:57So here I've, you know, this would add basically me as, uh, as an author and putting the work it it means that I can search the system for that ORCID and it just brings consistency to the records and an accuracy.
18:13So I want to quickly show that, um, what, the reason this is important, here's an existing record, University of Illinois Chicago, some of these authors are grayed out. Some have a link on them.
18:26The ones that are linked have an account in this repository or some other repository so we can click that and see their, their, account or their profile.
18:36These other authors, though, they all have a record in FIG share.
18:40But they don't have an account or they aren't linked to an account in this record.
18:45I can look at this, the metadata for this in the, uh, API documentation, Murray added it here.
18:54What I wanted to show is just what information from the authors is available, scroll down.
18:59So we have the authors, and we get the ID name, and the work that if it exists. And this ID is that author ID, it's not the account ID.
19:12To be consistent, I should say, user ID.
19:15Um, quick note, though, this author down here has an ORCID Ann Lin.
19:21But they don't have an account here Xamarin here.
19:25So you know, if I wanted to add an Linda this to my record that I'm publishing, I could just, you know, create a new and Lynn, which would be fine.
19:33Or I could even better I can add her orchid in there. So that even if it's a separate inland record, it still has the same ORCID and it'll show up in searches. And I know I'm hammering this home but I think it's really important for consistency.
19:48So, again, when you see downloaded metadata, this, this ID is the, the user ID or the author ID, in your downloaded metadata. That's this, this ID here, in the author section.
20:08Uh, get into the actual demo here in a second.
20:12Last note, really carefully check the format for the information you add.
20:16Usually something goes wrong, it's because you're missing a square bracket or curly bracket or quote or something like that.
20:24A note on that too, is that this tool had to work for everybody across the globe. Everybody's repositories are slightly different. Everybody has different custom metadata fields.
20:34So, the tool had to be usable by everyone. And therefore, you need to know your, your metadata pretty well, and your repository, repository setup pretty well to be able to use this really effectively.
20:48So, I am going to upload this record here, as I mentioned.
20:55Um, I'm going to be creating four new records.
21:00one is going into a separate account, and I'm going to be editing an existing record.
21:04And, I should show you my, what this looks like for. So, I'm going into my data. You'll see there are three records, and you know, you know, how things go. I've tests test this like six times, and it's always works, so we'll see if it works this time. I have three records. I'm gonna add a bunch of records into this account.
21:20I will save this and Match management.
21:30Choose a file.
21:35And I'll go to Peter.
21:42OK, now I can publish these items, and because I have a review on, I will need to also automatically approve and publish these records.
21:57Start metadata, OK, So if you had a lot of records, this might take awhile.
22:03Because I have a little view, it's, it's probably already done before I look to see if it actually works, I'm gonna show you what some error record reports look like.
22:11So, this is what gets e-mailed to you after you've uploaded.
22:17You can see, one of the first times, I tried to actually couldn't access the public files that I had indicated.
22:24But it gives you some information.
22:25So you get a, the, the row number in your original record.
22:29If it's an existing file, it has, or it's able to create the record, it gives you the Article ID, and the title, and the overall status of that record.
22:40So almost all of them were OK.
22:43They were created, fine, This one was already created, but then these can not be updated.
22:49Whereas this record was OK and some other information and you know applying an embargo if that is, needed uploading a file and see where those errors are.
22:58And publishing this, one ran into an error, because I actually had deleted the description. So good to note if you're editing records.
23:08Don't leave a cell blank if you include that column. So don't, you know, if you have a description column in your sheet, don't delete one of those thinking.
23:18It won't try to change the description. It'll throw this error and say you have to have a description in there.
23:26one other report here might be useful.
23:31In this case, I tried to add a record into a group for an account that can't publish into that group. So you might have users who can only publish to certain groups. If you try to add a record to their account and add it to a separate group, then you will get this error. Cannot create an item in group. So and so.
23:51So, if you do find errors, these are, this report is pretty useful to help you figure out what's going on.
24:01OK, moment of truth, let's find out if actually worked for me.
24:09OK, great, so, it's like, I might have had maybe one error somewhere, but, we've created, these three extra files.
24:19Another file isn't another user account and I edited this file, so, I actually added, uh, this record, I added a file to it, couldn't take a look at it.
24:32Some of these.
24:36That's an interesting one to look at, probably not.
24:41So, I've added a file, here that's that's uploaded, and added a user as an author in my repository, Edit all the metadata for it to be published.
24:51I added a linked funding, and then just a general.
24:58Just a free text funding record there. I connected it to a publication.
25:05And it's public and so I can, I can see that item and see what that looks like. So, the author is linked.
25:12There's a linked funding record. It's connected to peer reviewed publication.
25:17So, really nice, it was able to just did all that for me, nice pictures, some logger there.
25:26And I think can decide if anything else is useful to show this one. I'm not sure what I did wrong.
25:35Maybe I didn't include something properly, but I'm not going to check my e-mail to find out what that that error was, but you can see that it did create the file, but it didn't publish it, That's something went wrong.
25:52OK, I forgot to add this slide.
25:54But you can see what the e-mail looks like that you get, that has the report in there.
25:59Here's a screenshot of the errors.
26:03I do wanna mention that we've had one institution already use this tool to migrate records. This is Middlebury College in the United States and this is really useful because once some bugs were identified and immediately fixed, so this repository launch in 20 23 encourage you to check it out. There's some really interesting collections in there.
26:26They migrated several hundred records.
26:28They migrated them into different groups, and they linked author accounts, so on they were able to, to add a lot of nice metadata and properly link everything, which is really great.
26:42Just want to shout out to Wendy Shocked, the librarian who who willingly tested this process out, and did a lot of work to make sure that, to give us feedback, and make sure it worked.
26:53So an example that you can use this tool to do migrations to move a lot of records into your repository.
27:01I'm going to wrap up here, so that we have some time for questions, Um, but I want to mention the other ways, and to work with Records in bulk. So FTP, we have a help page for this.
27:15You need an FTP client. And it's really about uploading lots of files or a really, really big file all at once.
27:23What happens is, the folders that you set up in your FTP client.
27:27Each becomes a record and FIG share with a title, the folder title and with the files uploaded. No other metadata is uploaded or edited. So this is really just for files.
27:41Within an account, you can batch or bowl edit the metadata for the records that that account owns. So you can see in this screenshot, I've checked several of the records here, and then I've gone to Actions and edit in Batch, and that opens up a new window.
27:59That allows me to choose which yield I want to edit, including custom fields, And depending on the field you can preplanned, append replace.
28:08Delete all over all the values.
28:12And then, finally, there is the API. To, to do a lot of what we've just talked about, you need a little bit of scripting.
28:20You saw that it does provide information about your repository.
28:23But you can download full metadata for records, can download full information for the files.
28:30You can edit the metadata, upload metadata, files can do basically you can do everything full documentation docs dot fixture dot com, And we have a help page really written for beginners those who maybe want to try this out Experts are probably well ahead of this That's available at this QR code.
28:49There's some example scripts that you can try out here as well, so if you're interested in trying that out.
28:56Please do so only the rest of the time for Questions and if if you wanted to see any more about that the actual upload.
29:04I did, um, and I will mention if you have a question that's specific to your repository, um, or you think there's a bug that's best to send us support that fixture dot com or visit ... dot fixture dot com, submit a ticket?
29:20But if you have general questions about any of this, I'm happy to answer those on my e-mail lists here, Andrew scheer dot com.
29:28So, Lori, I think that's, that's everything and I'm ready for any questions. If they are, there are any.
29:35Thanks, Angie. Yeah, we had one, and I'm pretty sure you touched on it, but just wanted to check back in the specific way that it was asked. And it was to do with whether the display dates would also be transitioned into the Y Y, Y, dash month, month, dash, date, date format. And I think you touched on it in a previous slide, and saying that they can change. Yes, that's a good question. So here's that downloaded spreadsheet, and then scroll over.
30:04It's dizzying even for me here.
30:07We can see the, the first online date, the system.
30:12Most records have a first online date here.
30:15My, when I look at it, or Excel always format.
30:17So like this, so if I want to edit any of these or upload them, I need to reformat them and make sure they're in that format that does get in see what that looks like.
30:32And maybe you haven't done this before.
30:35I'm gonna open this record under tight. There's a timeline link here on the right side.
30:41When I click that, we can see that this date has been changed to 20 15 and 20 23.
30:48So, that's where those changes are visible in the record.
30:55Yeah. I think you had another question. Just, clarifying the point earlier is actually I think in regards to like a product roadmap question, which would be if the date. So, fixture have any plans to change from that, that format, to change to that format. Sorry, because they're currently in the date, date, month, month, and then the year digits in question whether we're just going to change the format?
31:20That year, month, day format is a pretty standard format.
31:24Um, I don't think that format is going to change. I know that partial dates are in the works.
31:32I can't say when the, that is actually planned for, but it is on the roadmap, I believe.
31:40So, yeah, is the is the formatting going to change? I don't think so. It's relatively easy to, to reformat and I'm sure.
31:48Um there are probably other tools out there that won't change that date constantly.
31:56Depends on how you work, how you work with the records.
32:00Great, thank you and we have another one which is, is there a batch option for the individual or most basic free? use a fixture Accountant? I think you touched on at the beginning that this is kinda for institutional admins that they have described to use case that they have, so I'll just show, which is as an academic organizing a small conference and wants to post conference archive and accepted papers.
32:23So, with that, that book, Sibal, with a very basic.
32:29Yeah. I kept interrupting you, sorry, yeah, so there are, there are some options there.
32:34Um, if you just want to upload a bunch of files, and then you're fine going through and adding the metadata that's ready to use the FTP, uh, tool, so that you can get your credentials for the FTP in the Applications link. It will give you some credentials to user.
32:55But I can see you, you know, maybe you already have all the metadata.
32:58You have the files, you want to upload them, Excuse me, You have a couple options, one is through the API, you can actually, under, this is any, any account can do this, You just seem to get it yourself.
33:15The token from the, the applications link, put it in the top left there, and you can create private, uh, records. So you can upload this metadata into fixture.
33:30On it goes really quick. If you want to upload a bunch of records.
33:36We actually, I think, there's a script on that API, page that can kind of, it kind of shows you how to loop through a bunch of these and do it.
33:43You can actually, we even do it through Google Colab, which is what this, those Jupyter Notebooks are in.
33:50To upload the files, then you would need to either do that manually, or you could.
33:56There's a file upload as well, um, upload the files to the API.
34:01So I know that's not actually, one other thing you could do is you can use FTP. Upload files, then you could upload all the metadata in this way.
34:09I know it's not as simple as the admin batch tool, but those are the, I think, the best options for that use case.
34:17Um, but I can, I'll think about it more and see if I have another answer.
34:23Great, Thank you. Next question. Is any CSV to JSON conversion tools for bulk?
34:33I don't know any.
34:37I know that if you wanted to, um, one, you can.
34:44I created a Excel sheet that would format author information. You can enter the authors and different columns with the.
34:53They're ORCID and the Excel sheet will just like format it into this, this format So you can do that.
35:00So going from just entry to JSON, in terms of splitting this up, if you're doing it in Excel, um, yeah, you have to kind of do text to columns, type situation.
35:13There probably are tools out there. I'm not aware, I don't know what they are.
35:17And of course, if you are, you have some Python experience or some other language. There tools in there that you can use.
35:24And actually, some of the scripts on the API page have some examples of that, formatting jaison, like this, work with them more easily.
35:34So I'll make another note that maybe I can put that on the API Help page, as well. Some advice for that.
35:41Cool. Thank you.
35:44OK, next question: Are there things that the patch management tool can do that the API, con?
35:52That's a good question.
35:53one, actually, one thing I'll mentioned the opposite, which I think will eventually, in the tool, but but it's not right now, is you cannot You cannot upload a DOI, are handled through the Batch Management Tool, like an existing DOR handle.
36:10You can only do that through the API D The benefit of the batch management tool is that you can bypass It makes it really easy to well, actually, yeah.
36:21You can bypass the review, um, really easily in the batch management tool.
36:27I think that's a little more difficult than the API, a little more complex, if it's even possible.
36:33So, I'd say bypassing review is probably the biggest benefit to using the tool if you're also an API user.
36:44Great, thank you.
36:46Um, this question is, What are the minimal requirements for the fixture record, including DRY issue? Yeah, great question.
36:58So, everything, and it depends if you have custom metadata in your record, or in your, in the group that you're publishing that record into.
37:06You might have more, but anything with a green dot is required right now.
37:11In the future or in some repositories, calgary's might not be, but So title, authors, category, the item type, keywords, some, some length description, I think, at least three characters, or something like that.
37:26And the license, of course, is required as well.
37:29If you have, if you're trying to create a linked file record, you have to have a URL that you send in for it to be public.
37:39If, and if it's not a metadata only record, you need to have some files in there, otherwise, it'll record, just stays as a draft, and it can't be published.
37:54Thanks, Andrew, No other questions at the moment. But I'll export them on so that those couple that you, You said, you'd have a thing called: I will send them to you, so that we have them, and can follow up afterwards. But I think that is everything for today then, Andrew, unless you have anything.
38:10Great, thanks, and, yeah, thank you for the questions that give some insight on what, what other kind of help materials we can create and get out there. So.
38:19But thank you, everyone, for attending and asking questions.
38:22Yeah, thanks very much, everyone and hope to see you at another webinar soon.