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    The PNX Extensions Loader Tool

    This functionality is not relevant to to Primo VE.
    The PNX Extensions Loader tool allows on-premises customers to add PNX extensions to PNX records that already exist. In order to use this tool, the following conditions must be met:
    • You must implement a file splitter program that supports the extensions that you want to add. For more information, see PNX Extensions Loader Tool on the Ex Libris Developer Network.
    • Because the tool relies on knowing the PNX record ID, you must have the original source record ID of the record to which the extension is to be attached.
    • You must be an installation-level staff user to create and execute this tool.
    • This tool will harvest only the files that have been added or modified since the last time the tool was executed.
    To load PNX extensions:
    1. On the Tools Monitoring page, select PNX Extensions Loader in the Create a Tool drop-down list.
      The PNX Extensions Loader page opens.
      PNX Extensions Loader Page
    2. Enter the following fields:
      • Name – Enter a name for the tool, which you can execute and monitor in the Tool Monitoring list.
      • Harvesting method – Select a harvesting method: FTP, SFTP, or Copy.
      • Source directory – Enter the name of the directory that is holding the harvested records.
      • File format – Enter a regular expression that describes the format of the files to be harvested. This tool will harvest all files that match the expression.
      • File Splitter – Select the file splitter that was implemented to load extensions. For more information on implementing these file splitters, see PNX Extensions Loader Tool on the Ex Libris Developer Network.
      • Email – Enter an e-mail address to which to send a confirmation when the tool completes execution.
    3. Click Save.
    4. Execute the tool when needed. For information on monitoring tools, see Tools Monitoring.
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