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    Code Table Reference

    This section lists the code tables provided with Primo. For more information on finding and changing labels in the Front End, see  Editing Code Tables and Updating Display Labels. The entries in the table below are grouped by the following subsystems:

    Back Office Subsystem

    Back Office Subsystem
    Table Name Description
    User Group
    Defines the institution's user groups. Multiple translations can be separated by a comma.

    Delivery Subsystem

    For more information on delivery, see Delivery Functionality and Configuration.
    Delivery Subsystem
    Table Name Description
    Calculated Availability Text
    Text of the Calculated Availability statuses Text.
    The following placeholders can be added to the Calculated Availability statuses text. Both are intended for physical items (Physical Items and Microforms):
    • {0} – display the name of the user's institution. This can be used in the following status:
      default.delivery.code.available_in_my_institution
    • {1} – display a location (the most relevant one per the calculated availability status. This can be used in all statuses for physical items. This placeholder is added by default, but it can be removed.
    Collection Names
    Defines translations for collection names that display in various sections of the Front End (such as the availability line in the brief results section, Locations tab, and so forth). Collection codes are assumed to be unique within an institution
    To make use of the translations defind in this table, you must include the $$1 code in the display/availibrary PNX field.
    Data Sources
    Contains the codes for the data source names (updated in the Publishing wizard - data sources).
    GetIt! Sign-in Text
    Defines the text used for GetIt! sign in.
    Get It! Tab1
    Text of the Get It! Tab1.
    Get It! Tab2
    Text of the Get It! Tab2.
    Get It! Text
    Text of the Get It! link.
    Institution Light box labels code table
    Defines the display labels used in the Institution lightbox for Alma consortia.
    • Available – default.institutions.lighbox.available
    • Checked out – default.institutions.lighbox.unavailable
    • Check library holdings – default.institutions.lighbox.checkholdings
    • Institutions – default.institutions.lighbox.header
    • My Institution – default.institutions.lighbox.myinstitution
    • Other Institutions – default.institutions.lighbox.otherinsituttion
    Institution Names
    Defines the codes of the institutions and their labels in order to display in the Front End for Alma consortia.
    This table is created and updated automatically by the Institution Wizard and includes the institution code and name for the en_US interface language. If necessary, names can be added manually for other interface languages via this code table.
    Library Names
    Contains codes of the libraries and their description in order to display in the application.

    Front End Subsystem

    Front End Subsystem
    Table Name Description  
    A to Z list
    Defines labels used for the A to Z List.
     
    Advanced Index Fields
    The search field's advanced code values table.
     
    Advanced Media Type
    Advanced search media types.
     
    Advanced Precision Operator
    Defines the labels used for the operators on the Advanced Search page.
    The following codes define the labels for the boolean operator drop-down lists that combine search terms to filter results:
    • default.search-advanced.boolOperator.option.AND: AND
    • default.search-advanced.boolOperator.option.OR: OR
    • default.search-advanced.boolOperator.option.NOT: NOT
    Advanced searches using the NOT and OR operators are not supported in remote searches (MetaLib).
    For information on how to hide the boolean operator drop-down lists, see the Primo Technical Guide.
     
    Basic Index Fields
    The search field's simple code values table.
     
    Basic Media Type
    Simple search media types.
     
    Basic Precision Operator
    Simple search precision operator.
     
    Blocks and Messages List Labels
    This table defines the labels for patron blocks and messages (Aleph only).
     
    Boolean Operators
    This table defines the translations for the Boolean search operators (AND, OR, and NOT) per language.
     
    Browse Lists Labels
    This table defines the labels (such as By Subject and By title) that display in the browse lists drop-down list on the Browse Search page in the Front End UI.
    These labels only display if the associated browse list is enabled in the Browse Lists mapping table.
     
    Browse Labels
    This table defines all other labels used for Browse functionality. For more information about this table, refer to the Primo Technical Guide.
     
    Citation Linker Labels
    Defines the labels that display in the Citation Linker lightbox.
     
    Citation Tab Labels
    This table defines the labels used for each publisher's links (WoS and Scopus) in the Times Cited tab in the Front End:
    • default.citationsTab.pc_citation_wos_label:
      WEB OF SCIENCE
    • default.citationsTab.pc_citation_scopus_label:
      SciVerse Scopus
    • default.citationsTab.viewthisRecord:
      View this record in -
    • default.citationsTab.viewCitations:
      View Citation ({0}})
     
    Collection Discovery
    Defines the labels that display on the Collection Discovery page.
    • The first node in the collection path and in the full display of an item:
      default.colldiscovery.collpath.topnode > Collections
    • The View Collection link on top-level collection page of the Collections Lobby:
      default.colldiscovery.viewcoll.toplevel > View collection
    • The View Collection link on a subcollection page of the Collections Lobby:
      default.colldiscovery.viewcoll.sub > View collection
    • The View Items link in the Collections Lobby:
      default.colldiscovery.viewitems > View items
     
    Details tab
    Defines labels in Details tab.
     
    Display Constants
    This table defines the display constants. For multi-institutional sites, the following display constants are used with Library facets:
    • default.facets.facet.availability.locations.facet_library_myinstitution – the default label is Availability and locations in {0}, where {0} is replaced by the institution name.
    • default.facets.facet.availability.locations.facet_library_otherinstitution – the default label is Availability and locations in other institutions.
     
    Error messages
    Error messages.
     
    e-Shelf Tile
    Add To Eshelf codes.
     
    Facet Collections
    Facet Collections codes. For more information, see Configuring Collection Names.
     
    Facet Labels
    Facet Labels Codes. For more information, see Facets.
     
    Facet Resource Type
    Facet Resource codes. For more information, see Facets.
     
    facet_fsize_values_codes
    Facet Resource codes. For more information, see Facets.
     
    facet_lang_values_codes
    Facet Resource codes. For more information, see Facets.
     
    facet_pfilter_values_codes
    Facet Resource codes. For more information, see Facets.
     
    Facets Code Fields
    The facets fields code values table. For more information, see Facets.
     
    Favorites Labels (new UI only)
    Defines the labels used on the My Favorites page.
     
    Featured Results Labels
    This table defines the labels associated with Featured Results bars.
    For more information, see Featured Results Bar.
     
    Find Database Full display Labels
    This table defines the labels used for Find Databases on the Full Display page.
     
    Find Databases
    This table defines the labels for the Find Databases light box.
     
    FrontEnd Display Fields
    This table defines the labels that display in various places in the Front End, and it also defines which values appear in the drop-down lists in the Views Wizard. For information on displaying local fields in the Full and Brief Displays, see Displaying Local Display Fields.
    For addition information on using code prefixes, see Full Display Labels.
     
    Full Display Labels
    Defines the labels that typically appear in the Brief and Full Displays. Many of these labels appear in the Details tab. You can modify the labels according to language and view. Codes that begin with the prefix default display the default value for all of the institution's views. If you would want to display a different value in a view, create a new mapping row that starts with a view ID prefix. For example:
    FullDisplayLabels_CT.png
    For more information on displaying these labels in the Front End, see the following pages in the Primo Back Office:
    To use a code from this table in the PNX, you must prefix it with $$E. For example, if the PNX contains the following text, the link in the Front End will display This item in WorldCat®:
    <linktouc>$$Tworldcat_isbn$$Eworldcat</linktouc>
     
    Getit Tile
    Codes for Getit and availability.
     
    Header/Footer Tiles
    Codes for Header and Footer.
     
    Icon codes
    Brief display eShelf Icon names codes, Full display type value.
     
    Interface Language
    This table defines the labels for the languages that are supported by Primo.
     
    Keeping this item Tile
    Defines the codes associated with the Keeping this item tile.
    To modify labels for PushTo items, configure the following codes (where <x> is the social bookmark name (such as RefWorks, Delicious, Connotea, EasyBib, and so forth):
    • default.fulldisplay.command.pushto.option.eshelf.<x> – the drop-down in the basket page.
    • default.fulldisplay.command.pushto.option.<x> – the drop-down list in the Full Details page.
    • basket.noscript.link.save.<x> – used for accessibility when scripting is blocked.
     
    Language codes
    This table defines the 3-character language codes, which comply with ISO 639.2.
     
    Locale CSS Map
    This table allows you to specify a default CSS file for each locale. Additional CSS files can be listed by separating them with a semicolon. The CSS files will be loaded in the order that they are listed. For more information, see the Primo Technical Guide.
     
    My Account Links Labels
    This table defines the name of the link that displays in My Account. Update the Label field for the link code you defined in the My Account Links mapping table. The label’s code is the same as the Link Code defined in the My Account Links mapping table. For more information, see Adding Links to My Account.
     
    My preferences Tile
    Codes for preferences page.
     
    Page Titles
    Codes for page titles.
     
    Personalize Your Results Degrees
    Contains the lists of degrees, which are defined by Primo Central. This table allows you to translate the labels and set the display order of the degrees in the Degree drop-down list in the Personalized Ranking lightbox.
     
    Personalize Your Results Disciplines
    Contains the list of valid disciplines, which are defined by Primo Central. This table allows you to translate the labels. Note that the disciplines are displayed in alphabetical order in the Personalized Ranking lightbox.
     
    Personalize Your Results Labels
    Contains all labels used by the Personalized Ranking tile in My Account and the Personalized Ranking lightbox.
     
    Recommendation tab messages
    This table defines the messages for the Recommendation tab.
     
    Results Tile
    Codes for Brief results, Full results and the facet tile.
    To change the Expand My Results label in the Front End, update the following code:
    default.expand.options
     
    Reviews Tile
    Reviews Tile.
     
    RSS Page
    Defines the labels used on the RSS page.
     
    Search Box Labels
    Defines the labels used for the Primo Search Box.
     
    Search Languages
    Language codes.
     
    Search Publication Dates
    Search Publication Dates for advanced search.
     
    Search Tile
    This table defines the text that appears before the search options (such as resource type, index, and scopes) per language.
    The following codes allow you to define the text for the fields in the Search box:
    • default.search-simple.lookForText – defines the text for the resource type drop-down list. The default is Look for my query:.
    • default.search-simple.operatorText – defines the text for the search operator drop-down list (such as “that contain my query words”/”with my exact phrase”). The default is blank ( ).
    • default.search-simple.lookInText – defines the text for the search index field (such as anywhere in the record, in the title, in user tag...). The default is blank ( ).
    • default.search-simple.inScopeText – defines the text for the which scope to look in field. The default is In.
    • default.search-simple.inScopeTextEnding – defines the ending text for the query field. The default is blank ( ).
      The following codes allow you to define the text for the prefilter check boxes in the Advanced Search box:
    • default.search-advanced.prefilter.peer_review – defines the text for the Peer-reviewed articles only check box.
    • default.search-advanced.prefilter.full_text_online – defines the text for the Full-text articles only check box.
      The following coded defines the label used for the Clear button in the Advanced Search box:
    • default.link.title.search.clearClear.
     
    Send Email and Sms
    Email and SMS pop-up and content texts.
    This table defines the following default e-mail option:
    • default.email.form – defines the value of the From field in the e-mail header.
    The following error messages allow you to provide different error messages for alerts:
    • default.alert.heading – Translates the error message when new records are found.
    • default.alert.headingNoResults – Translates the error message when no records are found.
     
    Sort Values
    Configures the display values for the sort fields in the Front End.
     
    Suggested New Searches Tile
    Suggested New Searches codes.
     
    Suggestions Labels (new UI only)
    Defines the labels associated with the Suggestions area of the Full Display page.
     
    Tags Tile
    Tags Tile and List codes.
     
    Third Node Adaptors
    Defines the labels used for Third Node adaptors in the Back Office.
     
    Top Level Facet
    Top Level Facet Codes.
     
    User Interface Images
    This table defines images used in the user interface.
     
    User Login
    This table defines the labels associated with the user authentication login pages. For more information, see Login Pages for User Authentication.
     
    User Space Menu
    This table defines labels for the user space menus, such as My Shelf and My Account.
     
    User Tile
    Defines the codes for the user area.
     
    View Labels
    Labels of the View configuration.
     
    Virtual browse tab
    Defines the labels (such as for the Previous and Next buttons) in the Virtual Browse tab.
     

    OPAC Via Primo Subsystem

    For more information, see Configuring OPAC Via Primo.
    OPAC Via Primo Subsystem
    Table Name Description
    Call Slip Request
    This table defines the labels for the Call Slip Request tab.
    Fines List Labels
    This table defines the labels used in the fines and fees list in My Account.
    Get it service labels (new UI only)
    This table defines labels for various subsections, messages, and back links in the Get It section on the Full Display page in the new UI. Each of the new codes are prefixed with default.nui. For example, the following code displays the Locations header:
    default.nui.locations.header
    Hold Request
    This table defines the labels used for all hold requests.
    ILL Request
    This table defines the labels used for all ILL requests.
    Library Card Labels (new UI only)
    This table defines the labels used in My Library Card (see My Library Card).
    Loans List Labels
    This table defines the labels used in the loans list in My Account.
    Location Tab
    This table defines the labels for the Locations tab.
    Opac via Links messages
    This table defines the labels used for OPAC via Link messages.
    Personal Settings Labels
    This table defines the labels used in the personal settings list in My Account.
    Photocopy Request
    This table defines the labels used for all photocopy requests.
    Recall Request
    This table defines the labels used for all recall requests.
    Request Tab
    This table defines the labels for the Request tab.
    Request tab messages
    This table defines the labels for the messages used on the Request tab.
    Request Tips
    This table defines the labels for tips used on the Request tab.
    Requests List Labels
    This table defines the labels used in the requests list in My Account.
    Short Loan Request
    This table defines the labels used for all short loan requests.
    UB Request
    This table defines the labels used for all UB requests.

    Publishing Subsystem

    Publishing Subsystem
    Table Name Description
    Character Set
    This table defines the character sets supported by Primo. By default, pipes can convert the source to UTF-8 or MARC-8. If you would like to support additional character sets, select the Enable check box for each additional character set.
    The enabled character sets display in the Character Set drop-down list on the Data Sources page.
    Export RIS encodings
    Defines the encodings associated with the export of the RIS file format.
    Source System
    Source systems.
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