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Plugin - Nexus Learning Extract
Plugin - Nexus Learning Extract
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Written by Sarah Mills
Updated over a week ago

The Nexus learning integration will allow you to generate three extracts that can sent directly to your own SFTP server that can then be picked up by Nexus's SFTP client. The extract will create and update employee details in Nexus. 

1. First you'll need to create an API key in your People system that has access to all employee endpoints, Get all employee detail and Get employee by Id. You can learn how to create an API key here.

2. Copy the API key to your clipboard as you'll need to paste in a few moments. 

3. Now you have your API key, click on the 'Plugins' tab:

4. Select the tab 'New Requests'

5. Select the 'Nexus Learning Extract' - you will then be presented with this screen:

6. Paste your API key in the first field.

7. Framework Id - Please enter the frameworkId you wish to be populated under column C of the Nexus organisation template.

Below settings are taken from SFTP export guide:

8. Host name - Enter the hostname or IP address of the SFTP server

9. Host Location - The Path where you want the queries to be exported to (We would recommend including a forward slash into front of the path for example /C:/Queries) 

10. User - The username of an Admin on that server 

11. Password - Password of the Admin user

12. Private key - If you do not wish to pass the username and password for the admin user of SFTP server, you can provide the SSH/private key as a file. 

This can be selected under the private key setting, if the key includes a passphrase this would then be supplied under the password file. 

13. Port - The port open for SFTP (Defaults to 22).

14. Review the information you have entered before clicking 'Submit'. Once submitted, the data will export to a default SFTP location.

--Schedule to repeat automatically--

Once you have made a plugin request, you can schedule this Plugin to run automatically. By clicking the 'Schedule' button on the 'Requests' page, you'll be directed to this screen:

  • Description - will be the name of the schedule, so you can see what it is set to at a quick look.

  • Start date - When you wish for the scheduling to start.

  • End date - You can leave this blank if you wish for this to be continuous. 

  • Repeat every - Select how often you want this to repeat

  • Status - You can set this as inactive at any time.

  • Select the days you wish to run this on - you may not wish for notifications to push through on weekends for example.

  • Click 'Save'.

You can view all your schedules plugins in the 'Schedule' tab. 


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