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We have a need for the ability to manually associate applications in UCR with those in UCD. Currently, we have installed a patch that can merge applications that are manually created in UCR with those that are imported from UCD via the integration. This is inherently problematic as its focused on names as they are used in the two tools and instead should be something more concrete such as a shared database ID key.
We are currently implementing UCD, UCR and RTC all at once as a large value stream within our organization. Because of this, we have a need to have applications created in UCR before they are imported into UCD. On the UCD side, this is an ongoing migration project that requires coordinating with a large number of other business partners, as well as coordinating testing of the deployment process's along developing and conducting user training.
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