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item-04: "Not in scope"

  • Article Type: General
  • Product: Aleph
  • Product Version: 20
  • Relevant for Installation Type: Dedicated-Direct; Direct; Local; Total Care


Running the item-04 shelf reading report against a list of barcodes uploaded to the server, it put some of the items onto the "missing" report, and lists everything not missing from the shelves as being "not in scope". Why is that?

Resolution:
For an item to be "in scope" it must have the proper class code (such as, "0", for LC call numbers) and the call number must be in the "From call no" / "To call no" range. Note that the "To call no" is to, but not including, the call number specified.

If all "P" call numbers are desired, then the range should be From Call No "P", To Call No "PZZZ".

In this case the item connected to the first barcode in the input file has z30_call_no_type '0' while the second, third, etc., are for z30_call_no_type '8'. The program is looking for items which are in the Call No. Type specified in the submission, that is,Call No. Type '0'.

SQL shows that there are 10,000 z30_call_no_type '0'; 1189 z30_call_no_type '8's; 672 z30_call_no_type <blank>; etc., in the specified sublibrary/Collection.

Since the input file contains barcodes with a variety of Call No. Type's, the Call No. Type needs to be ignored in this processing.

Since, as things stand, the z30_call_no_key (which is what is used for sorting) also contains the z30_call_no_type, e.g.:

0 ac 1 a4 v 511
8 $$hac 1 g7

This will, first, require generating the z30_call_no_key's without the z30_call_no_type....

1. Remove all the "... add_call_no_type" lines from abc50 tab_filing_call_no
2. Copy the type "0" lines to a type "8", so that the type "8" call numbers are sorted the same as the type "0"
3. Run p_item_06 to rebuild the z30_call_no_key's
4. Submit p_item_04 with the default value of "NO_USE" for the Call No. Type.

Additional Information


In another  Case tab_filing_call_no had the following:
!1 2        3                     4
!--!-!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!-!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!>
0  L del_subfield
0  L to_blank             &()-[]<>?,./:
0  L lc_call_no
0  L add_call_no_type
0  L pack_spaces
!*
<snip>
!
#  L add_call_no_type
#  L to_lower
#  L pack_spaces

Adding the following lines for type 8 (which it then used instead of the default "#" entry) and re-running the item-06 Service fixed the problem:
!*
8  L del_subfield
8  L to_blank             &()-[]<>?,./:
8  L add_call_no_type
8  L pack_spaces

 

Category: Cataloging


  • Article last edited: 9/6/2015