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How To Set Up REST access for your organisation

The steps to set up REST access for your organisation differs from whether your PTE have their NSI Login Credentials or not.  See steps below for each and follow instructions as required.

Before you begin:

Required Knowledge: NSN

Required LRM Access: Admin

1

Email the Ministry requesting access to NSI REST Interfacing (this is the web service)

Email Details

Email To Address: service.desk@education.govt.nz

Subject: Request NSI Rest Access

Body: 

Hello

We are setting up our organisation to use the Wisenet SMS and need our NSI account to be activated to use the NSI REST Interface.

Our current details are:

TEO Provider Number: enter your details
Username: enter your details

We hope to be able to use the Wisenet compliant NSI interface as soon as possible, could you please provide us with REST access.

Regards,

enter your details

2

Set Up your live account in Wisenet

Then:

Once the Ministry has confirmed that the activation of the REST access has been successful:

  1. Navigate to LRM > Learners
  2. On the Left Navigation Bar, Click View All
  3. Select a Learner to view the Learner’s Profile
  4. Click Actions and Select Edit Personal
  5. Next to the NSN Bar, Click on the Binoculars Icon to search for a Learner record by NSN or any other criteria
  6. Click Search
  7. Verify there are no errors displayed on screen

If you have NOT encountered any errors, you are ready to use the Wisenet NSN REST Service Live.

  1. Modify the NSI settings in the Wisenet Portal and enter the following data in the required fields:
  2. Then:
    • Navigate to LRM > Clients
    • On the Left Navigation Bar, Click View All
    • Select a Learner to view the Learner’s Profile or Add New
    • Click Actions and Select Edit Personal Details
    • Next to the NSN Bar, Click on the Binoculars Icon to search for a Learner record by NSN or any other criteria
    • Follow the testing procedure outlined in the guide supplied to you by the Ministry, with the exception of merging records and overriding codes
    • To merge a record or override a code, you should use the full web interface and your personal login. In your test notes for the ministry, put:
      • “This functionality is not part of the Wisenet NSI interface”
    • Send the test results to the Ministry
  3. Put your live NSI settings in the Wisenet Portal

Note

  • Don’t be put off by their request for ‘test scripts’ – these are just questions they want you to answer using their test database, to ensure that you are following the instructions as given in the guide and other documentation.
  • Set aside some time to complete the Ministry’s required testing process, which is to assure them that the ability to create student records on the national register will be used responsibly. This is a one-off process. If you have questions about it, you should contact the MoE directly on moe.contactcentre@minedu.govt.nz
  • When testing is completed, you’ll get a live login from the MoE to enter into your Wisenet settings. If the MoE does not supply this to you, you will need to request it.

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