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Leganto Known Issues

Known Issues Resolved in an Upcoming Release

SF Case Issue Description Planned Release Notes
00564803 When rolling over courses using the course loading integration profile, archived and deleted lists were copied to the new course. 2019-01  
00590258 An error was sometimes returned instead of the price for a valid CCC license. 2019-01  
00499014 An unnecessary semicolon was added before the additional person name in the reading list page when the citation included chapter author. 2019-01  
00601024 The course code filter did not consider searchable ID. 2019-01  
00589336, 00601801 When navigating between citations using the arrows, the holdings information from one citation appeared in the next citation. 2019-01  
00606545 A citation title for items that have an MMS ID was taken from the 245 field with subfield $c, which was incorrect: subfield $c should not have been included. 2019-01  
00608349 When rolling over courses using the course loading integration profile, the job could not roll over to an existing course. 2019-01  
00618121 The course code text was cut off and separated from the icon in the Find Lists tab when using Firefox. 2019-01  
00618618, 00625146 Facets did no appear on the Edit Reading List / Edit Citation pages for certain customers. 2019-02  
00603781 Leganto sent an excessive amount of background requests to Primo. 2019-02  
00615467 A citation's content type changed from Book Chapter to Book when manually creating the citation. This was fixed. 2019-02  
00618147 There was no way to change the error message that was received when coming from the LTI and the user was not found. 2019-02  
00610173, 00612453 In some cases, the first references were missing when exporting a reading list to PDF. 2019-02  
00608510 In some cases, a reading list with Complete status appeared in the task list as Ready for Processing. 2019-02  

Other Known Issues

The following issues are known to Ex Libris, but there are currently no plans to fix them in an upcoming release.

Other Issues (Not Planned to be Supported) Notes
In Internet Explorer, Cite It! does not work on a web site specified as a Local Intranet, Trusted Site, or Restricted Site (Internet Options > Security > Sites) unless the option Enable Protected Mode is enabled for that class of sites.  
In Internet Explorer, the Accessibility menu does not work.  
Cite It! does not work for PDFs.  
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