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    We are reviewing how we may be able to provide this information. One of the challenges is around the various time stamps a source may have. What a time stamp may mean can vary depending on the source. For example, an update date of today may mean this is the most recent content sent from a source and includes everything published up to today, or it may mean the provider sent us a refresh of content we already had in the index but does not include any new content since the last update.

    Kayoko U commented  · 

    We have been waiting eagerly for this function. We are struggling to confirm when and why the subscribed titles are removed or dropped on KB. These trouble may affect the contracts.

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    Kayoko U commented  · 

    We have the same trouble at some clients in Japan. Could you let us know if there is any progress to solve this problem ?

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    2 comments  ·  Summon  ·  Admin →
    Kayoko U commented  · 

    https://www.springernature.com/gp/librarians/manage-your-account/kbart

    We heard SFX has adapted to KBART Automated Holdings Feeds for Springer.
    Could you set it to 360 Link, too ?

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