[LibX] URL-encoding & ISBN shorting

Godmar Back godmar at gmail.com
Tue Aug 2 05:29:20 PDT 2011


On Tue, Aug 2, 2011 at 1:19 AM, Alexander Wagner <a.wagner at fz-juelich.de> wrote:
> Hi!
>
> Is there a way to prevent URL encoding while using bookmarklet? I'm
> using nbn-resolving.de to resolve both URN and DOI identifiers, however
> it doesn't like it if the / in a DOI gets encoded.

Can you give an example where you believe LibX incorrectly encodes?

>
> Similar: can I prevent ISBN-13 -> ISBN-10 translation? It doesn't make
> to much sense to me to translate them given the reasons the introdcution
> of ISBN-13, but besides that our catalogue holds only ISBN-13 or ISBN-10
> but not both. So searching will just fail due to the translation.

Uncheck the box in the edition builder that says "ISBN-13->ISBN-10" conversion.

 - Godmar


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