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Automated Comment Downloading
Before you can download the comments, your group or your Master Group must use the main integration page to specify an IP Address that will be used when downloading files. Finally, you must have software that allows you to mimic an https post to
**Note** Do not use a different value for the RequestTimeout parameter. If your post is successful, MyGradeBook will respond to your post with text in a tab or csv format based on the option you specified when you posted.
**Note** Each Official Comment is recorded with the start date and end date of a specific class grading period. For classes that do not use grading periods, Official Comments are recorded with the start date and end date of the class itself. Files that are generated by Automated Comment Downloading include all comments that match the entries in both the START_DATE and END_DATE fields.
Form fields to use when posting to group_auto_comment_download.cfm are described below.
If your post was invalid, the system will respond with "500 - " followed by an error message. If you successfully post a request, a https response is returned that contains the following columns:
Export Flag - This column contains the value you specified in the EXPORT_FLAG field when you submitted your post.
School ID - This column is based on the text you put in the School ID field in the Integration Information screen.
Group ID - This column contains the value you specified in the GROUP_ID field when you submitted your post.
Course DID - This column contains the Course District Identifier assigned to the class.
Section Code - This column contains the Section Code assigned to the class.
Student DID - This column contains the Student District Identifier.
Comment Date - End date of the grading period or class for which the comment was recorded.
Comment Code - This column contains the comment code recorded for the student in the course/section on the specified date.
Date Run - This column contains the date the file was created in YYYYMMDD format.