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    How to edit RTA (Real Time Availability) display

    • Article Type: General
    • Product: Primo

    Desired Outcome Goal:
    Change how availability information is displayed for a particular delivery status

    Procedure:
    1. Navigate to the Calculated Availability Text code table:
    Primo Home > Advanced Configuration > All Code Tables > Sub System: Delivery > Calculated Availability Text

    2. Determine which availability status should be edited.
    -Each delivery status has two lines:

    default.delivery.code.{status} -This line controls the availability text
    default.delivery.class.{status} -This line controls the color of the availability dot

    3. To edit the text, update the code table for the appropriate institution and edit the Availability Text/Color for default.delivery.code.{status}
    -Placeholders can be used to display library names:

    {1} – use this placeholder to insert a single location in the calculated availability text. The system will attempt to display the most relevant location

    {0} – use this placeholder insert the user's institution in the text.

    5. To edit the availability dot, update the code table for the appropriate institution and edit the Availability Text/Color for default.delivery.class.{status}

    6. Save and Deploy the code table.

    Additional Information

    For more information about availability statuses, refer to "Calculated Availability Status" in the Back Office Guide:

    Back Office Guide : Getting Started : Primo Concepts, Components, and Relationships : Delivery Functionality and Configuration : Calculated Availability Status

    For more information about delivery display texts, refer to "Configure Delivery Display Texts" in the Back Office Guide:

    Back Office Guide : Configuring Primo’s Front End : Restrictions and Delivery Configuration Wizard : Configure Delivery Display Texts

    Category: Front End - Primo

    Subject: Look and Feel - Primo


    • Article last edited: 8/19/2014
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