[LibX] some implementation notes

Godmar Back godmar at gmail.com
Fri Apr 1 06:20:30 PDT 2011

To add to this, the new semantics for sort is described here:
Simply leaving 'sort' empty now will not append anything.
Note that this fix is in LibX 1.5 right now only, we'll add it to 2.0 as we
further develop it.

More notes:

There's a known problem with autolinking in FF 4.0 in LibX 1.5 which we're
working on. Brian recently sent out an email that our LibX 2.0 prototype now
works in FF 4.0.

xISBN when a res_id is given has been updated to use liblookup2. This may
require communication with OCLC on your part or changing your res_id.

We had a temporary problem with the edition builder where if you open a
revision with diacritics the diacritics were wiped out and replaced with ?.
You would be affected by this only if you opened your revision (with
diacritics) in the last few days. If so, you'll have to reenter the

Lastly, Sony updated the Primo support - better autodetection and
implementation. If you have a Primo and were waiting to set it up, now's the
time to try again.

 - Godmar

On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 9:08 AM, Godmar Back <godmar at gmail.com> wrote:

> Reported and fixed 4 weeks ago.  Please check the edition builder (Optional
> Settings).
>  - Godmar
> On Fri, Apr 1, 2011 at 8:43 AM, Cindy Harper <charper at colgate.edu> wrote:
>> Have other libraries reported that the LibX III catalog keyword search,
>> where it adds the parameter SORT=R to the search, fails in their catalog?
>> I'm not sure if this is a shortcoming of our Release 2009B 1.2 catalog, but
>> if I repeat the search, changing that parameter to SORT=D, it works.  This
>> has been discussed on the INNOPAC at innovativeusers.org listserv, but
>> mostly people suggest throwing it back in the LibX court.
>> Cindy Harper, Systems Librarian
>> Colgate University Libraries
>> charper at colgate.edu
>> 315-228-7363
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