Hi, @paynejd @jamlung recently I got encountered with a requirement from our implementer. It would be great to know, how to upload one’s collection/source into OCL and start working from there? cc: @grace @burke
Hey @suruchi, currently the easiest way to get content into OCL is using its Bulk Import interface (example in Production) - see documentation here. This is probably missing some steps though. What is the starting point here? Is the user starting from a spreadsheet, or is there some other starting point?
Happy to talk about this on tomorrow’s OpenMRS call too.
If you’re starting with an OpenMRS instance, take a looking at the notes from the PIH migration to OCL use case, specifically the recipe for importing.
Thanks Joe, Bulk Import is really a great feature.
Sure, let’s have a detail discussion during the squad call.
Thank @michaelbontyes for the csv and documentation. It’s helpful to know the format.
Thanks @burke PIH use case is helpful to share with implementers for fresh start and to understand PHI’s migration journey.