Newsletter 5 — February 2022 – GOV.UK

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On 28 February 2022 we will begin the closure of the New Computerised Transit Service (NCTS) legacy XML channel.
This is the case for all Great Britain (England, Scotland and Wales) and Northern Ireland movements.
We have contacted all software providers with the details of how we are manging the closure of the legacy XML channel.
The alternatives to the new XML API channel are the:
You should contact your software provider to find out what this means for you.
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