.A librarian who already has an account setup on MPSInsight can make a Sushi request without any additional needs via a Sushi client. A librarian with an IEEE online package subscription can contact IEEE directly to setup an account for them on MPSInsight, in case they do not have one. The librarian can make a Sushi request by passing the same user credentials which they use to login to MPSInsight, as part of the Basic HTTP authentication.
In case the librarian wants to allow an Electronic Resource Management (ERM) Partner to make a Sushi request on their behalf, they need to provide access to ERM partner under "Sushi Partner" sections within the MPS Insight web interface. In case you cannot see the ERM partner in the list, please contact the Sushi Contact at IEEE to get it added.
The date range should preferably be within one calendar year to limit the size on response to manageable limits.
A Requestor ID is the same as the username assigned to librarian at the time of registration.
The Customer ID is an identifier which is specific to each account that the user is registered to. This is available under the "Manage SUSHI" section of the MPSInsight application. It is in the format ieee_ where accountCode is a unique identifier for a library account. When logging into the MPSInsight account, the librarian can select Usage Reports and then Static Reports on the menu at the left to see the account code next to their account name. An example account code is #999 so customer id is ieee_999
MPSInsight SUSHI service supports HTTP Basic authentication using the same username and password as used for login.
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