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The New ProQuest/Ex Libris Support Center: What You Need to Know New HEP Instance Launch in Sydney Data Center - FAQ
 
On November 8, 2021, the ProQuest and Ex Libris Support Centers will combine to form a single and enhanced customer portal.
The ProQuest/Ex Libris Support Center is designed to protect the privacy and security of your data. As a result, your cases will no longer be published and visible to anyone other than your institutional users. Instead, with your permission, your closed, published cases will be available as Knowledge Articles, which will be visible to logged-in, authenticated users only.
 
Publishing cases as Knowledge Articles requires your permission
You can rest assured that any open cases will be in the new center. Closed cases that were opened since January 2015 will also be migrated, but we won’t convert them to knowledge articles without your permission.
 
Here’s what you need to know:
If we don’t hear from you by November 6, we will not convert your cases to Knowledge Articles.
 
FAQ
How do I know if I publish cases?
Log into the Support Portal, and go to the 'Publish' tab.
Customers who have selected to publish their cases, will see the following message:
"You chose to publish all support cases.
In case you would like to un-publish all cases please contact the MIS Team at Information.Systems at exlibrisgroup.com"
How do I identify my published cases?
  1. Log into the Support Portal, and go to the 'Search' tab
  2. Set the following search parameters:
    1. 'Cases Options' = 'Published Cases'
    2. 'Account Name' = your account name
    3. 'Status' = 'Resolved', 'Closed' (note that you will need to run a separate search for each status
 We suggest exporting the results to Excel for your reference.
Will case comments be published in the Knowledge Articles?
Yes, all case comments will be added to the Knowledge Articles.
Will attachments be included in the Knowledge Articles? 
No. Due to technical limitations, attachments will not be added to the Knowledge Articles.
How do I un-publish a case?
First, note that you can only un-publish cases in the current Ex Libris Support Portal. If you would like to unpublish any cases, please do so by November 5, 5 am UTC.
To un-publish a case:
  1. Click into the case to view it
  2. Click 'Edit'
Uncheck the 'Publish to All' box
Does every staff member need to provide permission to convert their cases? What if I am a member of a consortia?
No, the permission is to convert all your institution's published, closed cases to Knowledge Articles.
If you are a member of a consortia, you will be asked to specify if you are providing the permission on behalf of all consortia members or only specific institutions.
Can I send you a list of cases I want available as Knowledge Articles?
No. If you provide permission by November 6, 2021, we will convert all of your closed, published cases to Knowledge Articles.
Will cases for my inactive account assets be converted to Knowledge Articles?
Yes. If you provide permission by November 6, 2021, we will convert all of your closed, published cases to Knowledge Articles.
Where will we find the Knowledge Articles?
The Knowledge Articles will be found by searching the new support center. They will be displayed as part of the Knowledge Article search results.
These articles will be identified as originating from support cases.
Will the Knowledge Articles be pubically available for search, or will a certain user permission be required?
Only users who have logged into the support center will be able to see these articles. 
All logged in users, regardless of permission level, will be able to see them.
If I provide my permission, will my future cases in the new support center be automatically published?
No. Due to privacy and security considerations, it will not be possible to publish cases in the new support center.
In the new support center, you will be able to use the knowledge sharing groups to collaborate with your colleagues. 
If I do not provide my permission, will my cases still be migrated for me to see?
Yes. All of your open cases, as well as your closed cases that were created January 2015 and on, will be migrated as cases for your institutional Support Center users to use. However, no Knowledge Articles will be created.
If I do not provide my permission, will I be able to publish cases in the new support center?
No. Due to privacy and security considerations, it will not be possible to publish cases in the new support center.
In the new support center, you will be able to use the knowledge sharing groups to collaborate with your colleagues. 
Have questions? 
Contact us at exlibris-support@exlibrisgroup.com
 
 
Article last edited: 03-Nov-2021
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Publishing cases as Knowledge Articles requires your permission FAQHow do I know if I publish cases?How do I identify my published cases?Will case comments be published in the Knowledge Articles?Will attachments be included in the Knowledge Articles? How do I un-publish a case?Does every staff member need to provide permission to convert their cases? What if I am a member of a consortia?Can I send you a list of cases I want available as Knowledge Articles?Will cases for my inactive account assets be converted to Knowledge Articles?Where will we find the Knowledge Articles?Will the Knowledge Articles be pubically available for search, or will a certain user permission be required?If I provide my permission, will my future cases in the new support center be automatically published?If I do not provide my permission, will my cases still be migrated for me to see?If I do not provide my permission, will I be able to publish cases in the new support center?Have questions?