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    Configuring Discovery Interface Display Logic for Primo VE

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    The Discovery Interface Display Logic options under the Fulfillment Configuration menu allow you to configure the following discovery options for Primo VE:
    • Hiding fulfillment services from user groups
    • Enabling related record services
    • Enabling direct linking
    • Configuring general electronic services
    • Configuring the order of general electronic services
    • Configuring the order of online services
    • Configuring the order of locations in search results
    • Configuring miscellaneous display options

    Hiding Fulfillment Services from User Groups

    To configure display logic rules, you must have one of the following roles:
    • General System Administrator
    • Fulfillment Administrator

    Display logic rules define when the following fulfillment services should not appear in Primo:

    • Booking request – Request to reserve an item at a specific time.
    • DB service – Link to the native interface of a third-party database.
    • Digitization – Request to have an item or part of an item scanned so that it can be viewed on a computer.
    • Full text – View the full text for an item online.
    • General electronic services – Links that can be created by an institution for any purpose.
    • General hold request – Request to have an item held at a circulation desk when the holdings record is empty, or request an issue for a journal regardless of whether any of its issues have been cataloged. For more information on general hold requests, see Creating a General Hold Request.
    • Hold request – Request to have an item held at a circulation desk.
    • Open Access – View open access full text (for example, hide open access if full text exists or hide full text if open access exists).
    • Purchase request – Request an item to be purchased. For more information, see Purchase Requests.
    • Representation Delivery Service – View a digital item.
    • Resource sharing request – Request to retrieve an item from another institution when the patron's institution does not have the item.
    • Selected full text – Links to full text (full text may not be available to all articles in the Journal).
    You configure display logic rules on the Discovery Interface Display Logic page (Configuration Menu > Fulfillment > Discovery Interface Display Logic > Display Logic Rules).
    Discovery Interface Display Logic Page
    • Display logic rules can be configured at the institution level only. Select the required institution from the Configuring filter on the Fulfillment Configuration page.
    • All relevant and applicable rules are applied. If a subsequent (lower) rule conflicts with a previous (higher) rule, Alma applies the first rule.
    The following actions can be performed on this page:
    • Add a display logic rule (see Adding Display Logic Rules)
    • Edit a display logic rule (select Edit from the row actions list)
    • Duplicate a display logic rule (select Duplicate from the row actions list)
    • Enable or disable a display logic rule. Each row can be enabled or disabled individually with the Active slider. Or select a group of rules and select Deactivate Selected or Activate Selected from the actions.
    • Delete a display logic rule (select Remove from the row actions list)
    You cannot edit the parameters of an existing display logic rule. You can delete the rule and then add a new rule.
    See the Discovery - Display Logic Rules training session.
    For examples of working with discovery display logic, see Display Logic Rules Examples.

    Adding Display Logic Rules

    You can add new display logic rules. Rules apply for all libraries in the institution. By default, new rules are enabled.
    To add a new display logic rule:
    1. On the Discovery Interface Display Logic page (Configuration Menu > Fulfillment > Discovery Interface Display Logic > Display Logic Rules), select Add Rule. The Add Rule dialog box appears.
    2. From the For user from groups multiple select drop-down list, select the groups whose users to which to apply the rule. If you do not select a group, the rule applies to all user groups.
    3. In the Hide service multiple select drop-down list, select the service(s) that the rule hides.
      Depending on your selection, either with or without fields (or both) appear to allow you to provide a logical constraint about when to hide the service. The fields that appear depend on your selection. See the following table.
      • with – Optionally select the type of service for which this service will not appear: Electronic Collection, Interface, or Service.
      • with value – Optionally enter one or more specific packages, interfaces, or service names for which this service will not appear.
      Add Rule Fields
      Hide Service with with value
      Booking, Digitization, General Hold Request, Hold Request N/A N/A
      DB Service Electronic Collection Select one or more electronic collection name(s).
      Full Text, Selected Full Text, General Digitization Request Interface Select one or more interface or electronic collection name(s).
      Both Community Zone and local interfaces are available.
      Electronic Collection
      General Electronic Service Service Select a general electronic service.

      Open Access

      Note that this service appears when the enable_open_access_services_from_unpaywall_api customer parameter is set to true. See Open Access for more information.

      N/A

      N/A

      Purchase Request Availability by the campus Select true to hide the service if the resource cannot be requested for availability on the campus. Otherwise, select false.
      Availability by the institution Select true to hide the service if the resource cannot be requested for availability on the institution. Otherwise, select false.
      Ownership by the campus Select true to hide the service if the resource cannot be requested for ownership by the campus. Otherwise, select false.
      Ownership by the institution Select true to hide the service if the resource cannot be requested for ownership by the institution. Otherwise, select false.
      Representation Delivery Service Access Rights Select deny to hide the service if the user does not meet the access rights criteria. Otherwise, select allow.
      Public Note Hide a representation in Primo, depending on the value of the Public Note field of the representation.
      The following are examples of regular expressions with which you can configure the Display Logic Rules to hide representations when the expressions are in the Public Note field. A flag can be used to determine if the expression is case sensitive or not:
      • /Restricted Access/ - Matches a public note containing the phrase Restricted Access, case sensitive.
      • /Restricted Access/i - Matches a public note containing the phrase Restricted Access, case insensitive.
      • /^(?!Open Access$)- Matches a public note that does not equal Open Access, case sensitive.
      • /^((?!Open Access).)*$/i - Matches a public note that does not contain the phrase Open Access, case insensitive.
      Usage Type Select master to hide the service for representations with the usage type of master and select derivative to hide the service for representations with the usage type of derivative.
      Representation Type Select remote to hide the service for remote representations and select non-remote to hide the service for remote representations.
      Resource Sharing Request Availability by the campus Select true to hide the service if the resource is available on campus. Otherwise, select false.
      Availability by the institution Select true to hide the service if the resource is available at the institution. Otherwise, select false.
      Ownership by the campus Select true to hide the service if the resource is owned by the campus. Otherwise, select false.
      Ownership by the institution Select true to hide the service if the resource is owned by the institution. Otherwise, select false.
      Resource Sharing System Select a resource sharing system.
    4. To hide the service if another service exists, in the If exists service multiple select drop-down list, select the other service(s).
      Depending on your selection, either with or without fields (or both) appear to allow you to provide a logical constraint about the existence of the other service. See the table above for information about the fields.
      For resource sharing requests, if a resource has holdings without items, it is not considered self-owned. To hide resources that have holdings without items, hide the Resource Sharing Request service if the General Hold Request service exists.
    5. Select one of the following:
      • Add – Add the rule but leave the dialog box open so that you can add additional rules.
      • Add and Close – Add the rule and close the dialog box.
    6. If you define more than one rule, on the Discovery Interface Display Logic page, use the Move Up and Move Down arrows to set the order of the rules. Alma applies the enabled rules in the configured order.

    Display Logic Rule Examples

    The following rule hides the display of EBSCOhost Consumer Health Complete if the service page includes or displays any full text from EBSCOhost.
    EBSCOhost is identified as the interface in this example.
    Example Display Logic Rule
    The following rule specifies that if full text is available from Factiva, hide the display of full text from all other packages and interfaces (which is indicated by the blank options associated with the hide service parameter).
    Example Display Logic Rule

    Configuring Related Record Services

    Related records indicate to the OpenURL link resolver that, when a user receives a certain record in the search results, another record should also be returned as related. The MARC linking entries (MARC fields 76X-78X) are used to link bibliographic records and to differentiate their relationships to users. For electronic services, the configuration of related records are useful for the following reasons:
    • Articles sought by users may be available only in related versions of the journal.
    • Metadata in the OpenURL can be for one publication, but in fact, a related journal by another name is what the end user sought.
    • Vendors may list previous or newer versions in their holdings causing inconsistencies in the Community Zone. For example, the journal Civil Engineering Systems is now named Civil Engineering and Environmental Systems.
    In the following example, Primo View It displays the available services for the discovered record and the related record that succeeds it:
    RelatedRecordsExample_PrimoVE.png
    Related Records as Shown in Primo VE
    A close relation indicates that the two records should be considered identically useful in the search results. If the record requested in the OpenURL has close relations (MARC 773 and 774) with another record, electronic services for the related record are included in Primo View It, with no indication that these services are for the related record. To the user, it seems as if these services are for the record sent in the OpenURL. Since the relation type is very close, it can be considered equivalent; and as far as the user is concerned, no distinction needs to be made. Other types of relations are considered remote and are listed under the Services for Related Titles section in Primo View It.
    To configure close relations to appear in the same section as the related titles in Primo View It, see the Display closely related record services option in Enabling the Display of Related Records in Primo.
    The following table presents the correlation between the MARC fields defined in the bibliographic record and the out-of-the-box labels that appear for each type of relation in Primo View It.
    Related Record Types
    Relation/Type MARC Field
    Main series entry (remote)
    760
    Indicators 0#
    $w, $x
    Subseries entry (remote)
    762
    Indicators 0#
    $w, $x
    Original language entry (remote)
    765
    Indicators 0#
    $w, $x, $z
    Translation entry (remote)
    767
    Indicators 0#
    $w, $x, $z
    Supplement entry (remote)
    770
    Indicators 0#
    $w, $x, $z
    Supplement parent entry (remote)
    772
    Indicators 00
    $w, $x, $z
    Host item entry (close)
    773
    Indicators 0#
    $w, $x, $z
    Constituent unit entry (close)
    774
    Indicators 0#
    $w, $x, $z
    Other edition entry (remote)
    775
    Indicators 0#
    $w, $x, $z
    Additional physical form entry (remote)
    776
    Indicators 0#
    $w, $x, $z
    Issued with entry (remote)
    777
    Indicators 0#
    $x, $w
    Preceding entry (remote)
    780
    Indicators 00
    $w, $x, $z

    780
    Indicators 01
    $w, $x, $z

    780
    Indicators 02
    $w, $x, $z

    780
    Indicators 03
    $w, $x, $z

    780
    Indicators 04
    $w, $x, $z

    780
    Indicators 05
    $w, $x, $z

    780
    Indicators 06
    $w, $x, $z

    780
    Indicators 07
    $w, $x, $z
    Succeeding entry (remote)
    785
    Indicators 00
    $w, $x, $z

    785
    Indicators 01
    $w, $x, $z

    785
    Indicators 02
    $w, $x, $z

    785
    Indicators 03
    $w, $x, $z

    785
    Indicators 04
    $w, $x, $z

    785
    Indicators 05
    $w, $x, $z

    785
    Indicators 06
    $w, $x, $z

    785
    Indicators 07
    $w, $x, $z

    785
    Indicators 08
    $w, $x, $z
    Data source entry
    786

    $w, $x, $z
    Other relationship entry (remote)
    787
    Indicators 0#
    $w, $x, $z
    Series added entry-personal name
    800

    $w, $x
    Series added entry-corporate name
    810

    $w, $x
    Series added entry-meeting name
    811

    $w, $x
    Series added entry-uniform title
    830

    $w, $x
    Valid ISBN, ISSN, or other standard number (remote)
    020 $a, $e

    022 $a, $e

    024 $a
    Cancelled/invalid ISBN, ISSN, or other standard number (remote)
    020 $z

    022 $y, $z

    024 $z
    Linking ISSN (remote)
    022 $l

    Enabling the Display of Related Records in Primo

    To configure related records, you must have one of the following roles:
    • General System Administrator
    • Fulfillment Administrator
    The Related Record Services Configuration page enables you to configure the electronic services for related titles that appear in the Primo.
    To enable related record services:
    1. Configure the electronic services for related titles in Primo on the Related Records code table (Configuration Menu > Fulfillment > Discovery Interface Display Logic > Related Records).
      The Related Record Services Configuration page appears.
      Related Record Services Configuration Page
    2. For Enabled related record services, select Yes to enabled the features and make other selections needed.
      Related Record Services Options
      Parameter Description
      Display related services if full text is available Display services for related records if full text is available. Services for related records are not shown if there is a full-text service for the original record in the OpenURL.
      Display related services for serials Display related services for serials (which have a Journal material type).
      Display related services for monographs Include related services for monographs (which have a Book material type).
      Deduplicate electronic collection services Use deduplication of electronic collection services for remote related services. This causes Primo to display only one service if related records are associated with the same electronic collection.
      Enable direct link for related services Turn on the direct-linking feature.
      Display closely related record services How closely-related services (which are defined with MARC 773 or 774 fields in the bibliographic record) should appear:
      • As part of the original services – Closely-related services are placed in the list of regular services in Primo View It with no indication that these services are for related titles.
      • Separately from the original record services – Closely-related services are placed under the Services for Related Titles section in Primo View It.
    3. Select Save.

    Enabling Direct Linking

    To configure direct linking, you must have one of the following roles:
    • Fulfillment Administrator
    • General System Administrator

    Direct linking configuration enables Alma to skip the Services page and menu and link immediately to an electronic service (such as full text) when coming from an OpenURL-enabled source. If the OpenURL context object contains multiple electronic services, the OpenURL link resolver displays the first electronic service in the list (if the Enable direct linking and Enable direct linking when multiple services are available options are enabled). You can configure the order of the services in the Online Services Order page (see Configuring Online Services Order).

    You configure direct linking on the Direct Linking Configuration page (Configuration Menu > Fulfillment > Discovery Interface Display Logic > Direct Linking). On this page you can enable direct linking and specify situations in which direct linking is overridden.

    PVE_DirectLinkingConfiguration2.png

    Direct Linking Configuration Page

    You can only configure direct linking at the institution level. Select the required institution from the Configuring filter on the Fulfillment Configuration page.

    To configure direct linking:
    1. On the Direct Linking Configuration page (Configuration Menu > Fulfillment > Discovery Interface Display Logic > Direct Linking), select Yes from the Enable direct linking parameter to enable direct linking.

      Selecting No indicates that the electronic service is not accessed directly from the search results in Primo, and users must select the service from a list provided by your link resolver (SFX or Alma).
      Selecting Yes enables direct linking and the other configuration parameters.
    2. Configure the other parameters which allow you to control direct linking based on the record. Refer to the table below for an explanation of your options.

      Direct Linking Configuration Options
      Parameter Description

      Enable direct linking when multiple services are available

      Enable direct linking even when more than one electronic service is available for the record.

      Disable direct linking when Open Access service is available

      Select this option to disable direct linking when an Open Access service is available. See Open Access for more information.

      Disable direct link when additional information is available:

      • Authentication note

      • Public Note

      Disable direct linking even when additional information is available for the record.

      Authentication note
      Disable direct linking when a record's services contain an authentication note.
      Public note
      Disables direct linking when a record's services contain a public note.

      Disable direct linking for electronic collections

      Disable direct linking for electronic collections.

      Disable direct linking for journals

      When Yes is selected for Enable direct linking and Disable direct linking for journals is selected, direct linking is disabled under the following conditions:

      • When the Electronic material type for a portfolio is set to Journal.

        Electronic Material Type Set to Journal
        Any other electronic material type setting will not be considered and treated like a journal.
      • When Alma determines from the OpenURL that there is no indication of article-level attributes like the following:

        • Page(s) indication (rft.spage, rft.epage, rft.pages)

        • Doi (rft_id" source1="(info:doi/.*)|(doi:.*))

        • Pmid (rft_id" source1="(info:pmid/.*)|(pmid:.*)

          For example:
          …&rft_id=pmid:28274348&…)
        • Oaid (rft_id" source1="(info:oai/.*)|(oai:arXiv:.*))

      The setting for the Linking level parameter in the Electronic Service Editor is ignored, even when it is set to Journal.

      Related to disabling direct linking to journals, the following OpenURL attributes are supported:

      • Force_direct=true – This overrides any Alma configuration regarding direct linking and forces using direct linking.

      • Force_direct=false – This overrides any Alma configuration regarding direct linking and does not force using direct linking.

      • sfx.directlink=force – This is treated like Force_direct=true.

      • “disable_directlink=true&sfx.directlink=off” – This is treated like Force_direct=false.

      If both an enable direct linking and a disable direct linking attribute are stated in an OpenURL, the attribute related to disabling direct linking takes priority.

      Disable direct linking for digital resources

      Disable direct linking for digital resources.

    3. Select Save.

    Configuring General Electronic Services

    In addition to services found in your own collection (such as full text, requests, and so forth), Alma enables you to define general HTTP services (such as searches in ProQuest dissertations and Amazon.com, Ask a Librarian, and so forth) to present to patrons in the View It, Get It, and How to Get It sections on the record's full display page. Services that allow users to access or purchase the materials are considered delivery-related and will appear in the View It, Get It, and How to Get It sections on the record's full display page.

    Services that are not related to delivery appear as links under the Links section on the record's full display page.

    To configure a general electronic service for Primo VE:
    1. On the General Electronic Services page (Configuration Menu > Fulfillment > Discovery Interface Display Logic > General Electronic Services), select Add Service. The Add Service dialog box opens.

      GES_AddService_NewUI.png

      Add Service Dialog Box
    2. Enter the following service information:

      • Service Code – The internal code for this service.
      • Service Name – If no Public Name is specified for this service, this name appears for the link's label in Primo VE. Otherwise, this field is used internally by the system only.
      • Service Description – The internal description of the service.
      • Public Name – The label for the link that displays in Primo VE.
      • Public Note – The note or description of the service that displays below the link in Primo VE.
      • Is this a Document Delivery/ILL Service – Choose one of the following options: Yes indicates that this service provides access to the resource and will appear in the specified display location. No indicates that the links to the general electronic service will display in the Links section.
      • Display Location – If this is a display or ILL service, specify the areas in which the link displays in Primo VE. The following options are valid: None, Getit & How To Getit, Viewit & How To Getit, Getit, viewit & How To Getit, and How To Getit only.
        • For Get It, the service displays only for signed-in users.
        • For View It, the display of the service depends on the settings of the display logic rules.
        • The How to Get It section displays only when a record has no inventory. Typically, the How to Get It section is used for resource sharing and relevant ILL service links.
      • URL Template – The URL to which the patron is redirected when after external service link is selected in Primo VE. This template substitutes OpenURL fields that are enclosed in brackets ( "{" and "}") with the relevant values. For example, the referring URL’s ISBN is substituted into a URL containing: ...&isbn={rft.isbn}&...

        The following example shows the URL for an Amazon search for a specific ISBN:

        http://www.amazon.com/s/ref=nb_sb_ss_c_0_12?url=search-alias%3Dstripbooks&field-keywords={rft.isbn}
      • Item Level – Indicates whether this service displays for physical items at the item level in the Get It section. Otherwise, this service will display at the title level.
    3. Select Add and Close.
    4. On the General Electronic Services Page, edit your service to configure additional details on the Service Availability Rules tab. For more details, see Configuring the Service Availability Rules Tab.
    5. Select Save.

    Configuring the Order of General Electronic Services

    To configure the order of general electronic services, you must have one of the following roles:
    • General System Administrator
    • Fulfillment Administrator

    With the General Electronic Services Order page, you can configuring the order in which general electronic services appear in Primo. Like other services, you can also assign services to appear in the first or last group in the list, or order them in a specific sequence.

    PVE_GES_Order.png

    General Electronic Services Order Page

    You can only configure the order of general electronic services at the institution level. Select the required institution from the Configuring filter on the Fulfillment Configuration page.

    To configure the display order of general electronic services:
    1. On the General Electronic Services Order page (Configuration Menu > Fulfillment > Discovery Interface Display Logic > General Electronic Services Order), select Add to top or Add to last services to configure the order of services at the top and bottom of the list of results, respectively.

      PVE_DefineOrderForService.png

      Dialog Box for Add to Top List
    2. In the Service type field, select General Electronic Service.

    3. In the Service name field, select Service.

    4. In the Service value field, select a service value.

    5. Depending on which list you are defining, select either Add to top or Add to last services. The service appears in the list that you are defining.

    6. For each list, select the arrows in the Move Up and Move Down columns to order the services.

    Configuring the Order of Online Services

    To configure the order of online services, you must have one of the following roles:
    • General System Administrator
    • Fulfillment Administrator

    With the Online Services Order page (Configuration Menu > Fulfillment > Discovery Interface Display Logic > Online Services Order), you can configure the order of the services that appear in the services results list in Primo View It. By default, all services are displayed alphabetically on the services result list. If a service is added to the top or bottom group on this page, that group is displayed on the services results list in the order that you specify, with the remainder of entries retaining their default sort order. The Display CZ Collections firstPrefer source service, and Prefer ID based Linking services radio buttons also override both the default alphabetic sort order as well as the list of services listed in the Top services section. The top service defined can be used by Primo’s direct linking option, from the search result record.

    Online Services Order Page
    You can only configure the online services order at the institution level. Select the required institution from the Configuring filter on the Fulfillment Configuration page.
    To configure the display order of services:
    1. On the Online Services Order page, select either Add To Top to assign high priority to a service or Add to Last Services to assign low priority to a service. Services that are left unassigned will appear in the middle of the list. The Add Service dialog box opens.

      Add Service Dialog Box (Add to Top Option Selected)
    2. In the Service type field, select one of the following service types:
      • Full Text
      • Selected Full Text
      The Service type, DB Service is obsolete and should not be selected.
    3. In the Service name field, select the name for the selected service type. The Service value field appears.
    4. In the Service value field, browse and select a service value.
    5. Depending on the type of priority you are assigning to the service, select Add to top or Add to last services to save the service to the selected priority list.
    6. Select the arrows in the Move Up and Move Down columns to order the services in the Top Services and Services to be placed last lists.
    7. In the Display CZ collections first field, select one of the following options:
      • Yes – The online resources are sorted alphabetically in each level (top, unspecified, and last). In addition, Community Zone resources are alphabetized and listed first in each level.
      • No – The online resources are sorted alphabetically in each level (top, unspecified, and last) only. Priority is not given to Community Zone resources.
      You can also set this priority with the uresolver_display_cz_records_first parameter in the Customer Parameters mapping table. For more information, see Configuring Other Settings.
    8. If you set Prefer source service to Yes, you improve the sorting relevance of online resources offered by the Alma Services Page for OpenURLs coming from Primo Central. This option places the highest priority on services that match the source of the OpenURL. For example, if a user searching Primo Central discovers an article from Gale and the Alma Link Resolver can offer services from Gale and EBSCO, Alma will place the service from Gale at the top of the results, followed by the remaining electronic services as defined in the sort settings for this page. This is the recommended option.
    9. In the Prefer ID based Linking Services field, select one of the following options:
      • Yes – If a collection with a preferred ID is defined, it always appears first regardless of other sort criteria. If more than one preferred collection is defined, the display preference for those collections is then based on the sort configuration as defined in the Online Services Order page. Currently, there are two vendors with a preferred ID, ProQuest and Gale.
      • No – No priority is given to vendors with a preferred ID.
    You can also set this priority with the uresolver_use_source_to_target_ordering parameter in the Customer Parameters mapping table. For more information, see Configuring Other Settings.
    If a service was hidden using the display logic rules, it will not appear, regardless of the value selected for this option.

    Configuring the Order of Locations in Search Results

    To configure the order of Primo search results, you must have one of the following roles:

    • General System Administrator

    • Fulfillment Administrator

    Alma determines the location display priority primarily by availability. Holdings with the greatest number of available items are displayed first (this cannot be configured). In addition, Alma enables you to give preference to locations that match the IP address of the patron’s IP address. These locations include the AVA $$P field. For more information, see the following topic: Discovery in Collaborative Networks

    Based on one or more of the following criteria, holdings locations are displayed in order on the first page in Primo Get It:

    • According to the holdings’ locations and their proximity to the patron, according to the library IP address. The locations in the libraries closest to the patron appear at the top of the holdings list. If this criteria is used, it takes priority over the holdings' availability.

    • According to the holdings’ availability, in the order (by default):

      1. In temporary locations

      2. In permanent locations

      3. In remote locations

    You select this order on the Locations Ordering Profile page (Configuration Menu > Fulfillment > Discovery Interface Display Logic > Locations Ordering Profile).

    Locations_Ordering_Profile.png

    Locations Ordering Profile Page

    You can configure this ordering at the institution level only. Select the required institution from the Configuring filter on the Fulfillment Configuration page.

    To configure a locations ordering profile:
    1. Select Yes on the Use Alphabetical Sorting Only field to use alphabetical sorting only when sorting holdings in the Primo Get It page. When selecting Yes, the other ordering options disappear.

    2. In the Use "IP best location” sorting field, select Yes to configure the display of holdings by location. IP addresses must be defined for the libraries. No indicates that holdings are displayed by availability and that for the display of holdings locations, IP addresses do not need to be defined. 

      IP addresses can be configured:

    3. In the Prefer remote storage field, select Yes to increase the priority of remote storage items when viewing results in Primo Get It, publishing to Primo, or the Primo RTA.

    4. Select Save.

    Configuring Miscellaneous Display Options

    On the Other Settings page (Configuration Menu > Fulfillment > Discovery Interface Display Logic > Other Settings), additional settings are available to configure how Alma information appears in Primo VE.

    Include Representation Services Statistics in Analytics

    The Include Representation services in link resolver statistics parameter allows you to include representation services usage in analytics link resolver statistics.

    Configure Maximum Number of Representations in Primo VE

    The Max. Number of Representations in View It parameter allows you to define the maximum number of digital representations that appears in Primo View It. If there are more representations to display than the number configured here, a More... link appears. The patron can click More... to display the full list of representations available in a new browser tab.

    Displaying License Information

    Alma allows you to display an electronic resource's license information in Primo View It. The displayed terms of the license can be configured in Alma, as well as the license-related labels that display in Primo View It.
    ShowLicenseExample_PrimoVE.png
    Show License Link in Primo View It (Primo VE)
    After the user clicks the Show license link, the name of the link changes to Hide license, and the license information appears as configured in Alma:
    HideLicenseExample_PrimoVE.png
    License Terms Displayed in Primo View It (PrimoVE)
    To configure the display of license-related information, the following roles are necessary:
    • Acquisitions Administrator
    • Fulfillment Administrator
    • General System Administrator
    To display license information in Primo View It:
    1. Specify which license terms to display in Primo View It. For information on the Display to Public field, see Adding a license term.
    2. If needed, modify the license-related labels, which are defined by the codes that contain a c.uresolver.viewit.license prefix in the ViewIt Labels code table. For more information, see Configuring Labels.
    3. Open the Other Settings page (Configuration Menu > Fulfillment > Discovery Interface Display Logic > Other Settings).
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      Other Settings Page under Fulfillment Configuration
    4. Select Enable Display of License Information.
    5. Click Save.
    For more information on configuring the license terms in Alma, see Managing License Terms.
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