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    Change the "no item information" text in WebVoyage

    • Product: Voyager
    • Relevant for Installation Type: Multi-Tenant Direct, Dedicated-Direct, Local, TotalCare

     

    Question

    How do we change the "no item information" text in the Tomcat WebVoyage record display?

    Answer

    This text is set in the webvoyage.properties file; webvoyage.properties contains the variable in the following stanza (it's the "page.searchResults.item.status.noItemInfo=" variable):
     

    #===========================================
    # New search results item status
    #===========================================
    page.searchResults.item.status.noHoldingsAvailable=no holdings available
    page.searchResults.item.status.noItemInfo=no item information
    page.searchResults.item.status.available=available
    page.searchResults.item.status.unavailable=not available
    page.searchResults.item.status.multipleItemsAvailable=multiple items available
    page.searchResults.item.status.multipleHoldingsAvailable= multiple holdings available
    page.searchResults.item.status.noCallNumber=No call number

     

    Additional Information

    If you can login to the server directly, you can use the following search from the command line to find system messages and other strings:


    find . -type f -exec grep -il "no item information" {} \;

    In the above example "no item information" is the case-senstive string being searched for.  

    What this "grep" command does is find a list of all files below whatever directory you're in (so make sure you run it from a skin directory or lower, otherwise it may take a long time to run!),


    • Article last edited: 21-May-2021
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