Land.db has an integration with John Deere to pull as applied data from the John Deere Operations Center and record it as applications in Land.db. This allows users to pull accurate as applied information from the equipment and quickly create a record in Land.db, saving time and effort from entering data manually.
Set up the MyJohnDeere.com account to allow data transfer
In the John Deere Operations Center, navigate to the Setup tab and select Connections. This process must be followed for each John Deere Organization you wish to share data from.
Select the Manage button to view and edit access for data to flow to Land.db Connect.
Navigate to Access then select Edit to adjust the permission. Organization Management must be set to a level 2 in order for data to pull into Land.db Connect.
Scroll down to Organization Management, check the box next to Share Organization Data with Connected Software Companies. Then select Save.
Be sure to add this permission to any John Deere Organization you wish to pull data from.
Creating an integration with MyJohnDeere.com to import data
Using the link on the home page of Land.db Client or by typing in the address bar, navigate to https://Connect.landdb.com
Select Integrations > Configuration > Create New
After selecting Create New, a new page will load. Select Register MyJohnDeere Account. This will present the prompt to log into the MyJohnDeere portal.
After logging into MyJohnDeere, the below page will display with information about the data that will be shared to Land.db Connect. Select Allow Access to continue making the integration.
Select one or more MyJohnDeere Organizations to sync with one or more Land.db Datasources
Choose either Raw Data Files or MyJohnDeere Processed Data.
Select a date for the start of the integration (this can be backdated up to September 1st of the prior year). If data has already been entered for the crop year, be careful to not duplicate it by overlapping the dates.
Once everything is set, select Save. A confirmation window will appear to indicate the integration has been created. You can then close the window and navigate back to the Connect main page.
To view existing integrations, return to Connect.Landdb.com and refresh to see the new integration. Application files will start to process and appear in Connect once they are available. Depending on file size, the initial connection may take a couple hours. If needed the integration can be deleted by selecting the red X.
Land.db Client will start to populate with Pending records from Connect. When present, select the refresh button by clicking Load New Available Applications, to display pending records. New pending records will be imported and processed into Connect from MyJohnDeere each night and will be displayed in Connect for matching and importing into Land.db.
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