Files for the public (mostly Voyager programs) Authority reports Information about weekly LC/NACO and LCSH authority files Authority delete Delete authority records Authority loader Load authority records Authority loader reader Read reports from authority loader Batch BAM BAM a set of bibliographic records Bibliographic delete Delete bibliographic records Cataloger's toolkit Tools for working with Voyager Change 245 subfield $h Modify text in 245 $h Change subfield text Change one whole subfield Change owning library Move bib records to a different owning library CharacterizeCharacterSet Figure out what character set is used in a MARC file Conflict resolution Find and repair database errors Copy 0 to 1Change copy numbers in item records from 0 to 1 Correction receiver Perform batch heading changes Correction review Review batch corrections before performing them Location changer Change location codes in items and holdings, etc.
There must be no charge of any kind assessed for programs that incorporate these modules. Voyager. Voyager : MARC record export script. What it is This is a Voyager-ILS-specific script for exporting: bibliographic, holdings, and authority MARC records item record data It is designed to run on the Voyager database server and is an alternative to using the Voyager Pmarcexport utility.
The script was written to automate the export and transfer of ILS records for a discovery layer product (aka "next-generation catalog"). What the script does By default, with no options, the script exports all the bibliographic, holdings, and authority MARC records from your Voyager database, as well as a flat file of item record data. AUTHs: 1,000,000 BIBs: 1,500,000 MFHDs: 1,500,000 Items: 1,300,000 Incremental exports run much faster. Options. Related Items Bookshelf — Faculty/Staff Sites. A browse-able, virtual bookshelf of related items embedded into the Voyager OPAC.
Purpose When a user searches for a particular book in the library stacks, she inevitably will see many related books on the surrounding shelves, probably before even finding the target item. In a good OPAC, there are often faceted browsing options for finding related items, however they require explicit user action and are often ignored. This virtual bookshelf is meant to be an unobtrusive but visually engaging presence to mimic the real-world effect of browsing discovery. Features The Related Items Bookshelf is a widget embedded into the bottom of a record page in Voyager WebVoyage. The user may: The library may: Choose between Syndetics and Google Book Search cover images. Demo You can see the Related Items Bookshelf installed in the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh's WebVoyage OPAC.
Downloads The Related Items Bookshelf is released as open source software under the Apache License. Credits. Catalyst with bookshelf successfully installed. View Voyager Standard Interface File for Patrons. Analyze & View Apache/IIS Log Files. Bit Calculator - Convert between bits/bytes/kilobits/kilobytes/megabits/megabytes/gigabits/gigabytes. How do you interleave two columns - ExcelBanter. Batch Deletion for Dummies: Removing BIB and MFHD Records from your Database with Bulkimport. Batch delete - Rider Library Staff Web. New Books List : Introduction. New Books RSS Feed In WebVoyage SearchBasic Page. Voyager External Authentication. Voyager URL Generator. Voyager : Tomcat WebVoyáge : Canned Links. Canned links via Bib ID number The syntax for classic WebVoyáge was/is: The syntax for Tomcat WebVoyáge is: All other canned links Although I've not done extensive testing, my understanding is that all other canned links for Tomcat WebVoyáge should be as simple as copying the URL from the browser address bar for the page that you want to return to and pasting it into a link.
There is no longer a need for adding DB=local to the URL nor is there a need to remove session state information (e.g. the PID) from the URL. Good news, bad news The good news is that canned links should be much simpler to create under Tomcat WebVoyáge. Skin note A persistent link does not incorporate session state information. Canned Searches in I-Share (Classic WebVoyage) It is possible to launch any kind of search in the web interface to I-Share from an "outside" web page.
Libraries that want to build dynamically updated search results into their library web pages, or to launch a connection to a particular catalog search page, can use the syntax described below. Possible Applications web-based tutorials on searching the cataloga quick search form on a library web pagecurrent bibliographies of faculty publications represented in the catalogcurrent subject references for topical web pageslinks to current status information from resource or new-title lists on the weblinks to reserve lists from instructors' web pageslinks to local holdings information from web-based bibliographic resourcesother creative things--let us know what you do!
Model URL A Model URL B (1) Server machine. . (2) Institution designation. . (3) Search argument. Voyager : Tomcat WebVoyáge : Adding a New Skin. Voyager : Tomcat WebVoyáge : Adding a New Tab. OPAC customization - Rider Library Staff Web. From Rider Library Staff Web Add more limits in "Limit To" in Basic Search Add it in webvoyage.properties under "Limit To" Also look into Limits.xml to see what those limits you can add To put filter into the right order, you need to use Jim Robinson's code at > The filter will be in the alphabetical order Create Additional Views 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. when adding a line in xxxdb.jkounts.conf, if you do not know if "ajp13_lb_xxxdb_vwebv" is one or letter l, copy from the previous line. 8.
Location maps The information can be found in Voyager Technical Manual page 79-83. RSS- OPAC customization - Rider Library Staff Web. WebVoyage Timeout Warning Implementation Instructions. Version 1.0, using popup windows, can be found here.