Asia Migration Guide
In January 2010, LexisNexis released a new interface for LexisNexis Academic as well as a special Asia Version.
The migration period is January-July, 2010. All subscribers should now be using the new URL listed below.
What Happens to the URLs?
Asia Pacific Users will need to update their URLs
Users in Asia will have to manually change their URL to one of the following:
Asia, Except China: http://www.lexisnexis.com/ap/academic
Test Your Access
Please note that the landing page for the new interface is on the open web. You should run a search to test your access.
The New URL Will Continue To Work
The new URL will continue to work after the migration period ends. Customers who have made the switch to the new URL will not have to do anything else.
Test Your Remote Authentication
All subscribers should test remote authentication to the new interface. See the sections below on Proxy Server procedures. Note: The home page of the interface is on the open web. To test authentication you must run a search in the new interface.
Proxy Server Authentication
To switch to the new interface, subscribers who rely on a proxy server to provide user authentication for LexisNexis Academic Please see the Proxy Server section of the article on Remote Access
Modifying URLs for Asia
In addition to the URL for the product home page, you will find many URLs on this wiki and elsewhere that provide deep links into LexisNexis Academic. Please see the article on the Asia Version for a guide to transforming URLs for the standard version to the Asia version.