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At the moment I'm still waiting to see our broker who is speaking to clients so dont yet know whether an inbound or outbound feed would be needed. An outbound feed would obviously be a definite i think to feed into rightmove.co.uk as it is the most prominent property site in the UK. But depending on the price of getting an import feed set up from rightmove, i shouldnt think it would be a problem as long as we budget it into our clients bills.
If that is possible to do the feed for Rightmove that is!
I will have more of an idea in a few weeks if this is needed by our clients, and will let you know.
Hi Tim, we are using IProperty now for a few weeks, great software. We would like to promote our business more by using feeds. Kyero is very important one for us in Spain. All others are based on the kyero standard.
Can you provide me with the Kyero and other feeds that you already made? Our business is also expanding to the UK for clients and promotions. We only need the outbound, so that the properties in the IProperty system is exported to the xml format and can be imported by other portals.
Hi Nick-- the important distinction to make is "importing" vs. "exporting". It's fairly simple (assuming a clear XML schema) to write an export view based on the existing IP zillow feed that can format your data to push it to another service that will consume it.
However, it's not possible to build a "one size fits all" import routine, since the format of the XML will vary by the feed provider.
So if you want to push data from IP *to* kyero, it's pretty simple. To pull data *from* kyero is quite a bit more complex, and since Joomla isn't yet featuring a built in scheduler, it would have to be external to the Joomla system.