- Article Type: General
- Product: Aleph
- Product Version: 20
In our ABC30 library for some historical reasons we have deleted records that do not have any information in 245-tag but also do not have DEL-field. These records are problematic in Primo pipe. How can we remove these records from Aleph publishing?
ABC30-records without 245-tag can be excluded from Publishing via the following mechanism.
Setup in ./abc30/tab:
WORD expand_doc_type tab_type_primo
RET expand_doc_type tab_type_primo
New table tab_type_primo:
STA NOTITLE 245## a N-EXIST
-> This means that during Word indexing a virtual field STA $$aNOTITLE is created if a bib record has no 245.
tab11_word (Example - other word breaking procedure may be used):
STA## a 03 WST
H WST W-043 01 00 01 Status
-> This means that virtual field STA is indexed in WST-index.
Setup in ./alephe/tab:
PRIMO_COURSE Primo test ABC30 ABC30 N alldocuments not (wst=notitle)
-> So records without 245-field are excluded by base PRIMO_COURSE (this should be the logical base used in tab_publish).
Then (via UNIX prompt) first call up p_ret_01 and then p_manage_40:
>>csh -f p_ret_01 ABC30,,ret01,000000000,999999999,,00,00000000,99999999,00000000,99999999,,NOT,NOT,STA,a,notitle,notitle,,,,DEL,a,y,y,,,,,,,,,,,00000000,99999999,,
>>csh -f p_manage_40 ABC30,ret01,,,00000000,
The purpose of this is via Z07-records and ue_01 to create WST-indexentries for all records in ABC30 without 245-field.
Afterwards initial publishing (p_publish_04) can be repeated.
If you have already published this set before doing the above changes in configuration, please use p_publish_06 to delete the set before doing initial publishing (p_publish_04).
- Article last edited: 10/8/2013