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    Republishing Sets of Bibliographic Records


    This article is not relevant to Primo VE customers. For Primo VE environments, bibliographic records are indexed automatically when they are added or modified. Please open a Support case if you need to re-index records that have not been modified.

    You can create a set of records and then publish them to Primo. When publishing a user-defined set (unlike regular publishing), the publishing process does not check whether the contents of the record have changed since the last time it was published. You can schedule this publishing process independently from the regular publishing process. The submission format information is taken from the publishing profile.

    When publishing records to Primo, the set of records must contain either MARC records (any combination of MARC 21, UNIMARC, KORMARC, ...) or Dublin Core records, not a mixture of both. To ensure that this is the case, when creating the record set, use an advanced search and select Record format as a search parameter. For more information, see Search Field Descriptions.

    For collaborative networks that are using centralized publishing, you can republish sets of records from the Network Zone. For more information, see Republishing Sets of Bibliographic Records from the Network Zone.
    To republish a set of records in non-collaborative network:
    Run the Primo Republish Set of Titles job. For more information, see Running Manual Jobs on Defined Sets.
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