Hi Jonathan,

The Ulrich XML API is already in place.  You just need to contact their
support team through their support form to get the access. They will send
you a Terms of Use document to sign and send back to them (it might involve
a fax machine. ;-) )


On Thu, Dec 27, 2012 at 12:22 PM, Jonathan Rochkind <[log in to unmask]>wrote:

> Hi Code4lib'ers.
> The SerSol Ulrich's marketting page at:
> http://www.serialssolutions.**com/en/services/ulrichs/**ulrichsweb<>
> Says:
> ****
> New API for Easy Integration
> A new API with XML and JSON options allow librarians and technical staff
> to easily integrate Ulrich’s data into their library’s web pages and
> discovery services in order to provide researchers and staff with reliable,
> continuously updated information about electronic and print serials.
> *****
> This implies that there may be an Ulrich's API that comes with library
> licensing of Ulrich's? (And that was 'new' whenever this online brochure
> was written, heh, who knows how new that is now, there's no date on the
> page).
> Does anyone know anything about this? Or where more info about this might
> be found?  Or a good contact at SerSol/Ulrich's to ask about it?
> Jonathan

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