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JetAdmin, SQL, and Asset Management

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Our school district maintains our printer fleet in an asset management system that uses SQL.  Rather than having to maintain our asset management system AND HP JetAdmin (which we use to alert us to low toner levels, printer issues, apply configurations, etc.), I'm wondering if it is possible to pull information from our asset management system and use it to push some of that information to HP JetAdmin and ultimately to our printers.  For instance, I am currently using JetAdmin to configure the Asset Number, Company Name, Device Location, and Device Name on all of our printers remotely so that when we get an email alert regarding a printer running out of toner, we know the building and specific printer that is having the issue.  It's much easier to use JetAdmin to do this rather than needing to go to the URL of each printer and/or entering it on the physical printer.  Anyone know if this is possible?

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Likely there is no prebuilt utility to do this, but as both use SQL you might be able to get a good database coder who could allow sharing of data between the two applications.
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