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Old 04-20-2014, 11:44 PM
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Has anyone ever changed a ZCS/FA in ISTA/P via imported .xml?

If so, how do these files look like; is there another piece of software than can generate these or perhaps a template I can follow?

....there is always NCSExpert - just wondering.

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perhaps I should rephrase it...

Is it too much hassle to obtain these files (manual mentions to retrieve them through ASAP Portal) and that's why NCS Expert is still the most feasible option?

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