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=Fulfilling Requests=
 
=Fulfilling Requests=
 
==Which Fulfillment Method Should I Choose?==
 
==Which Fulfillment Method Should I Choose?==
*'''Stored File:''' If you'd like to automate the process as much as possible then you will want to store a file on the title record so that future requests for that title can be auto-fulfilled.
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*[[How to Use AccessText for Publishers#Fulfilling with Stored File|'''Stored File:''']] If you'd like to automate the process as much as possible then you will want to store a file on the title record so that future requests for that title can be auto-fulfilled.
*'''FTP:''' This allows you to store a file on a single request record for up to 45 days and then it is auto-deleted.
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*[[How to Use AccessText for Publishers#Fulfilling with FTP|'''FTP:''']] This allows you to store a file on a single request record for up to 45 days and then it is auto-deleted.
*'''Publisher FTP:''' You provide a link to your own ftp site on the ATN request record.
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*[[How to Use AccessText for Publishers#Fulfilling with Publisher FTP|'''Publisher FTP:''']] You provide a link to your own ftp site on the ATN request record.
*'''Email:''' You send a separate email to the Authorized User providing them instructions for how to get the file.
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*[[How to Use AccessText for Publishers#Fulfilling with Email|'''Email:''']] You send a separate email to the Authorized User providing them instructions for how to get the file.
  
 
===Fulfilling with Stored File===
 
===Fulfilling with Stored File===

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Fulfilling Requests

Which Fulfillment Method Should I Choose?

  • Stored File: If you'd like to automate the process as much as possible then you will want to store a file on the title record so that future requests for that title can be auto-fulfilled.
  • FTP: This allows you to store a file on a single request record for up to 45 days and then it is auto-deleted.
  • Publisher FTP: You provide a link to your own ftp site on the ATN request record.
  • Email: You send a separate email to the Authorized User providing them instructions for how to get the file.

Fulfilling with Stored File

  • Navigate to the title record, scroll down and click on the Stored Files tab.
  • Click on Store a File Format, select the format and click Save
  • Click on Upload a File.
  • Once the file is uploaded, click on the ISBN 13 to navigate back to the title record.
  • Click the yellow box in the top right hand corner to view previous requests for the title.
  • Click on the pending request.
  • Click on Fulfill.
  • Populate the Fulfillment Method (Stored File) and the Format Delivered fields and click Save.

Fulfilling with FTP

  • Click the Fulfill button at the top right of the Request record.
  • Populate the Fulfillment Method field with FTP.
  • Populate the Format Delivered field.
  • Upload a file and click Save.

Fulfilling with Publisher FTP

  • Click the Fulfill button at the top right of the Request record.
  • Populate the Fulfillment Method field with Publisher FTP.
  • Populate the Format Delivered field.
  • Populate the Download Link field. Provide the Authorized User with a link to your ftp where they can download the file.
  • Click Save.

Fulfilling with Email

  • Click the Fulfill button at the top right of the Request record.
  • Populate the Fulfillment Method field with Email.
  • Populate the Format Delivered field.
  • Click Save
  • Send the Authorized User an email with the file attached or with a link to download the file.