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    360 COUNTER and Intota Assessment Migration


    Ex Libris, a ProQuest company, provides data migration services to Alma from 360 Counter and Intota Assessment.
    Ex Libris migrates your COUNTER/Assessment data only if this service was purchased by your institution and is stipulated in your contract with Ex Libris.
    COUNTER/Assessment migration include includes automatic migration of three full calendar years for the following counter reports:
    • Title Identifier Count
    • Usage Measures Total
    • BR1: Book Success Title Requests
    • BR2: Book Success Section Requests
    • BR3: Title Access Denied (License LImit Exceeded and Item Not Licensed)
    • DB1: DB Federated Searches, DB Federated Sessions, DB Records Views, DB Result Clicks, DB Searches, DB Sessions
    • JR1: Journal Usage Counter, Journal Usage Counter Archive, Gold Open Access
    • PR1: Platform Regular Searches, Platform Federated Searches, Platform Records Views, Platform Result Clicks

    Migration Overview

    Customers who purchased a migration package that includes COUNTER/Assessment should provide their migration analyst with the three-letter code (Library code) of their Intota/360 institution. No further migration input is required.
    Migration of three calendar years means three full years from January 1 - December 31, plus any data from January 1 to date.  So, if the migration is in September 2019, data will be migrated for all of 2016, 2017, 2018, plus January - September 2019.
    Data will be migrated once for testload and once for cutover.   There is not an option to retain testload-migrated data at cutover.
    Account connection information (including SUSHI) is not part of migration scope.  

    Related Documentation

    • For more information on supported COUNTER reports in Alma and how to load new COUNTER reports, see: Managing COUNTER-Compliant Usage Data
    • For information on how to view and report on the migrated COUNTER data in Alma, see: Usage Data
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