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Just before Christmas, I clicked on the button to get the ISRC number for a track and got the message the site was down for maintenance.  Now I just get webpage unavailable.  Has it moved?  If so what's the new URL and how do I change it in Autotrack so that it will load?  If it hasn't moved, any ideas why I now get webpage unavailable?

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Neil



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HI Neil,
looks like they have changed the website, in the meantime the new lookup page is here: http://repsearch.ppluk.com/ars/faces/pages/audioSearch.jspx?_afrLoop=3545868902192000&_afrWindowMode=0&_adf.ctrl-state=dxedolj9s_4

we will contact them to see if the new web search can be pre-seeded with data as before

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The chart website that Autotrack looks to when looking up the year that the track was a hit seems to have changed too!

Neil



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Just wondered if anything had been done to incorporate both these changed sites into Autotrack or how I do it.  There must be a setting somewhere to change the wbsite they point to?

Neil



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Hi Neil,

Unfortunately the way that PPL now do their repertoire search means we can't do a direct search into it as we used to, nor is there anyway to update AutoTrack to match their new way either. You can change the location that we go to though, so if you find a suitable alternative you can update your Global Audiowall settings to the new url - it's in Global AudioWall Settings>Titles/Web>Internet Sites.

The Chart Info URL can be changed to http://www.officialcharts.com/search/artists/http://www.officialcharts.com/search/artists/<ARTIST> which should work for that search.


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