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The TruAuthor to Hippo integration is designed to allow users to post TruAuthor stories to the LJ or SLJ web site by setting an appropriate status in the TruAuthor article workflow. Additionally, by Re-posting a story, Hippo CMS metadata such as, non-subscriber price, subscriber price, or viewing availability can be updated. It is important to understand the update feature applies to all the data contained within the TruAuthor job sent to the Hippo CMS, so by updating price, the copy is updated with the current copy in TruAuthor. Thus, change management is something to be considered. Below is detail on how the process works and definitions of components designed to work specifically with this process to It all starts with the Hierarchy.The TruAuthor to Hippo CMS functions at specific levels of the Truedit hierarchy. Stories need to be move or created within these 'folder' profiles for the story to be processed for Hippo.The appropriate containers are

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dvanceStatus = If set to the name of a status, jobs matching the export filter will be advanced to this status. cleanfilepath = If true,cleans the exported file path of any existing files and folders. fileIncludeTimestamp = If true,the export manifest will include a timestamp in the file name.  filterName = Name of filter in TruEdit to use for export utility. Filter must be accessible by the user that will run export. filePath = Location on local filesystem for exported files.scope = Export scope defines what data is to be exported. Valid options include: all, files, metadata.transform = Specifies the name and path to an XSLT used to transform content updateCMD = If set to the name of a custom metadata field, this field will be set to the specified value on successful export for jobs matching the export filter. updateCMDValue = If updating a custom metadata field on successful export, this is the value to which it will be set for jobs matching the export filter.

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