[LibX] Bookmarklet passing %20 instead of space
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Tue Oct 7 06:01:18 PDT 2008
If the %20 shows up in the search field, we would be double-encoding it.
There were bugs with double-encoding in previous versions of the LibX
code, which however - I hope - we've since fixed.
Could you try a recent build and if that doesn't fix it, report to us
with edition id and catalog number, possibly using the "Help Me With"
button in the edition builder?
On Tue, Oct 7, 2008 at 8:37 AM, Tim Knight/osgoode
<TKnight at osgoode.yorku.ca> wrote:
> Hello all,
> One of our bookmarklets searches a consortial database called Scholars
> Portal. When keywords are passed to the search engine spaces are replaced
> with %20 which causes the search to fail. I'm sure this was working in a
> previous edition of LibX but I haven't had a chance to try and trace when
> the change occurred. Has anyone else encountered this? And, more
> importantly, know how to stop this from happening?
> F. Tim Knight, Head of Technical Services
> Osgoode Hall Law School Library
> York University
> tknight at osgoode.yorku.ca
> (416) 650-8403 Fax: (416) 736-5298
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