Move making electronic resources visible in the catalog to the cataloguing chapter...
authorRobert Soulliere <rsoulliere@libdog.mohawkcollege.ca>
Tue, 8 Feb 2011 20:37:17 +0000 (15:37 -0500)
committerRobert Soulliere <rsoulliere@libdog.mohawkcollege.ca>
Tue, 8 Feb 2011 20:37:17 +0000 (15:37 -0500)
1.6/admin/migratingdata_1.6.xml
1.6/stafftasks/cataloging.xml
2.0/admin/migratingdata_2.0.xml

index b32c008..4fe4851 100644 (file)
@@ -616,42 +616,6 @@ COMMIT;
                        the convenience of patron loads and the cost of processing these loads vs staff adding patrons manually.</para>   \r
               </simplesect> \r
        </section>\r
                        the convenience of patron loads and the cost of processing these loads vs staff adding patrons manually.</para>   \r
               </simplesect> \r
        </section>\r
-       <section xml:id="electronicresourcesvisible">   \r
-               <title>Making Electronic Resources Visible in the Catalogue</title>\r
-               <indexterm><primary>migrating</primary><secondary>importing bibliographic records</secondary><tertiary>electronic resources </tertiary></indexterm>\r
-               <para>For electronic resources that should be visible in the catalogue without any copies, you must set the source column value in the record.biblio_entry row for the respective \r
-               bibliographic record to a value that matches the corresponding ID of the <link linkend="config.table.bib-source">config.bib_source</link> where the transcendant value is \r
-               <emphasis>TRUE</emphasis>. Here's a practical example:</para>\r
-               <procedure>\r
-                        <step>\r
-                               <para>Connect to your Evergreen database with <command>psql</command> (substitute username / database name as required):</para>\r
-<screen>\r
-<userinput>psql -U postgres evergreen</userinput>\r
-</screen>\r
-                       </step>\r
-                        <step>\r
-                               <para>Add a source for your electronic resources:</para>\r
-<screen>\r
-<userinput>\r
-# INSERT INTO config.bib_source(quality, source, transcendant) \r
-       VALUES (50, 'Institutional repository', TRUE);</userinput>\r
-</screen>\r
-                       </step>\r
-                        <step>\r
-                               <para>Find the ID that was generated for your new source:</para>\r
-<screen>\r
-<userinput># SELECT ID FROM config.bib_source WHERE source = 'Institutional repository';</userinput>\r
-</screen>\r
-                       </step>\r
-                        <step>\r
-                               <para>Update the source column for your bibliographic record for the electronic resource (for the sake of the example, let's assume that the ID returned from the new \r
-                               source was 4, and that we know that the bib record with ID 75 is an electronic resource from your institutional repository):</para>\r
-<screen>\r
-<userinput># UPDATE biblio.record_entry SET source = 4 where biblio.record_entry.id=75;</userinput>\r
-</screen>\r
-                       </step>\r
-               </procedure>\r
-       </section>\r
        <section xml:id="emptydatabase">\r
                <title>Restoring your Evergreen Database to an Empty State</title>\r
                <para>If you've done a test import of records and you want to quickly get Evergreen back to a pristine state, you can create a clean Evergreen database schema by performing the \r
        <section xml:id="emptydatabase">\r
                <title>Restoring your Evergreen Database to an Empty State</title>\r
                <para>If you've done a test import of records and you want to quickly get Evergreen back to a pristine state, you can create a clean Evergreen database schema by performing the \r
index e9c7145..89c83a5 100644 (file)
                        </procedure>\r
                </simplesect>\r
        </section>      \r
                        </procedure>\r
                </simplesect>\r
        </section>      \r
+       <section xml:id="electronicresourcesvisible">   \r
+               <title>Cataloguing Electronic Resources -- Finding Them in OPAC searches</title>\r
+               <indexterm><primary>cataloguing</primary><secondary>electronic resources</secondary></indexterm>\r
+               <para>For electronic resources to be visible in the catalog, you should add the <literal>9</literal> subfield in the <literal>856</literal> data field to indicate\r
+                which organizational units will be able to find the resource.</para>\r
+               <procedure>\r
+                        <step>\r
+                               <para>Open the record in the cataloging module</para>\r
+                       </step>\r
+                        <step>\r
+                               <para>Add the <literal>9</literal> subfield to the record and enter the short name of the organizational unit for the value. For example:</para>\r
+<screen>856 40 $u http://lwn.net $y Linux Weekly News $9 BR1</screen>\r
+                               <para>would make this item visible to people searching in a library scope that contains <literal>BR1</literal>.</para>\r
+                               <note><para>You can enter more than one <literal>9</literal> subfield or you can enter the parent organizational unit to make this item visible in more than \r
+                               one organizatuional unit under the same parent organizational unit.</para></note>\r
+                       </step>\r
+                       \r
+                        <step>\r
+                               <para>Save the record</para>\r
+                               <para>After a short time the electronic resource should appear in OPAC searches</para>\r
+                       </step>\r
+               </procedure>\r
+       </section>\r
        <section xml:id="PrintingSpineandPocketLabels">\r
                <title>Printing Spine and Pocket Labels</title>\r
                <indexterm><primary>labels</primary><secondary>spine</secondary></indexterm>\r
        <section xml:id="PrintingSpineandPocketLabels">\r
                <title>Printing Spine and Pocket Labels</title>\r
                <indexterm><primary>labels</primary><secondary>spine</secondary></indexterm>\r
index 8fd026c..db86f3e 100644 (file)
@@ -612,42 +612,6 @@ COMMIT;
                        the convenience of patron loads and the cost of processing these loads vs staff adding patrons manually.</para>   \r
               </simplesect> \r
        </section>\r
                        the convenience of patron loads and the cost of processing these loads vs staff adding patrons manually.</para>   \r
               </simplesect> \r
        </section>\r
-       <section xml:id="electronicresourcesvisible">   \r
-               <title>Making Electronic Resources Visible in the Catalogue</title>\r
-               <indexterm><primary>migrating</primary><secondary>importing bibliographic records</secondary><tertiary>electronic resources </tertiary></indexterm>\r
-               <para>For electronic resources that should be visible in the catalogue without any copies, you must set the source column value in the record.biblio_entry row for the respective \r
-               bibliographic record to a value that matches the corresponding ID of the <link linkend="config.table.bib-source">config.bib_source</link> where the transcendant value is \r
-               <emphasis>TRUE</emphasis>. Here's a practical example:</para>\r
-               <procedure>\r
-                        <step>\r
-                               <para>Connect to your Evergreen database with <command>psql</command> (substitute username / database name as required):</para>\r
-<screen>\r
-<userinput>psql -U postgres evergreen</userinput>\r
-</screen>\r
-                       </step>\r
-                        <step>\r
-                               <para>Add a source for your electronic resources:</para>\r
-<screen>\r
-<userinput>\r
-# INSERT INTO config.bib_source(quality, source, transcendant) \r
-       VALUES (50, 'Institutional repository', TRUE);</userinput>\r
-</screen>\r
-                       </step>\r
-                        <step>\r
-                               <para>Find the ID that was generated for your new source:</para>\r
-<screen>\r
-<userinput># SELECT ID FROM config.bib_source WHERE source = 'Institutional repository';</userinput>\r
-</screen>\r
-                       </step>\r
-                        <step>\r
-                               <para>Update the source column for your bibliographic record for the electronic resource (for the sake of the example, let's assume that the ID returned from the new \r
-                               source was 4, and that we know that the bib record with ID 75 is an electronic resource from your institutional repository):</para>\r
-<screen>\r
-<userinput># UPDATE biblio.record_entry SET source = 4 where biblio.record_entry.id=75;</userinput>\r
-</screen>\r
-                       </step>\r
-               </procedure>\r
-       </section>\r
        <section xml:id="emptydatabase">\r
                <title>Restoring your Evergreen Database to an Empty State</title>\r
                <para>If you've done a test import of records and you want to quickly get Evergreen back to a pristine state, you can create a clean Evergreen database schema by performing the \r
        <section xml:id="emptydatabase">\r
                <title>Restoring your Evergreen Database to an Empty State</title>\r
                <para>If you've done a test import of records and you want to quickly get Evergreen back to a pristine state, you can create a clean Evergreen database schema by performing the \r