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    TAB100-OPAC-NEW-ACQ is ignored in v.19 and v.20

    • Article Type: General
    • Product: Aleph
    • Product Version: 19.01

    Description:
    Problem Description: In v.19 and v.20, regardless of the OPAC-NEW-ACQ setting, OPAC acquisition requests are allowed.

    Actual Results:
    If OPAC-NEW-ACQ = Y then OPAC acquisition requests are allowed.
    If OPAC-NEW-ACQ = N then OPAC acquisition requests are allowed.

    Expected Results:
    If OPAC-NEW-ACQ = Y then OPAC acquisition requests are allowed.
    If OPAC-NEW-ACQ = N then OPAC acquisition requests are not allowed.

    Resolution:
    OPAC-NEW-ACQ was depricated in v.19.

    Upgrade Instructions:
    1. The TAB100-OPAC-NEW-ACQ will not be used and should be deleted from tab100 of BIB library.
    Note that it does not have a "header description" at tab100, since it was added to a closed version.

    2. A new field added to Z61: Z61-NEW-ACQ-REQUEST Y/N
    The Data Upgrade for Z61 should be as follows:
    IF TAB100-OPAC-NEW-ACQ of bib_library/tab100 is "Y" AND
    Z61-NEW-BOOK-PERMISSION = "Y"
    THEN
    MOVE "Y" TO Z61-NEW-ACQ-REQUEST
    ELSE
    MOVE "N" TO Z61-NEW-ACQ-REQUEST
    END-IF.

    3. The following WF files are new files:

    bor-acq-body
    bor-acq-tail
    bor-acq-no-acq
    bor-acq-head
    bor-acq-exp-data
    bor-acq-exp-cancel
    bor-acq-exp-back
    acq-request-doc-tail-conf
    acq-request-doc-tail
    acq-request-doc-head-conf
    acq-request-doc-head
    acq-request-confirm
    acq-request
    login-acq-session


    • Article last edited: 10/8/2013