In order to loan a new type of item in loan, FLVC will need a few questions answered to properly setup the item.
Questions about how the item will be handled:
1. Which Sublibrary will the item belong?
2. Which Collection will the item belong?
3. What is the display name for the item?
Note: It is possible to have a display name in the client that is different than in Mango/OPAC
4. Will the item be loaned?
5. Will the item be renewed?
6. Will Hold or Recall Requests be allowed?
Questions about how the circ policy for the patron borrowing the item
1. Will all patrons be allowed to borrow the item, or will it be limited to certain patron statuses?
2. What is the loan period? Will it be the same loan period for all patron statuses? (Perhaps longer for faculty)
3. Do you want to limit the number of loans/holds/renewals for certain patron statues?
Overdue fine related
1. Will you charge Overdue fines? If so, how much?
2. Will you allow a Grace Period?
3. If you allow Recalls, do you want to charge an additional fine for overdue Recalled items? If so, how much?
This is not a comprehensive list of all of the options for new items, but it does include the most commonly needed questions for the majority of item types.
|Starting Thursday, June 28, FCLA staff will be available via Elluminate to help with any questions or problems concerning the new Aleph Shared Bib environment.|
Some SULs share space with another SUL, or have joint libraries and need to be able to connect to each
If you need to have a client setup so that you can connect to two different SULs, please submit a RT ticket.
We'll need to send you some updated ini files to be added to your client which include the address and
port numbers of both institution's clients.
Once you have the updated files, you should be able to switch back and forth by selecting the institution
from Aleph - Connect.
See sample image below.
In addition, we'll also need to be sure that you have an Aleph staff login with the minimum permissions needed,
in both clients.
Some email problems may be a result of VirusScan software blocking "Mass Emailing Worms"
If you are unable to send email and have contacted your IT dept and verified that the mail server address is correct and that no other setup is needed to accomodate new security components such as secure smtp. The problem may be with your Antivirus software.
In Mcaffee - open the Virscan Console
Select - Access Protection
Remove the check in the Block column, and add the check to the Report column of "Prevent Mass Mailing worms from sending email"
These instructions are for McAffee, you may need to contact your IT dept for assistance if you have another type of Antivirus software installed.
Prior to any client change, it's a good idea to make note of the various options that are setup so that you can replicate them on the new client.
Check the lists below for various types of pop-up messages that you wish to use in your workflow.
Look at the Help Menu for more details about the various options.
In order to install a 32-bit client on a Windows 7 64 bit workstation you must install under the XP compatible area. You do this by picking "Programs Files (x86)" as the directory under which you want to place the client's installation directory and files.
Currently, if an item would be due at after midnight, the due hour would be calculated as due the opening hour of the next business day.
This is because Aleph only calculates the due hour for the calendar day which ends at midnight. Having the library opened at 1 minute after midnight removes this problem.
For 24 hour schedules, setting the open and closed hours as 0001 to 2400 alleviates this problem.
Modifying the schedule this way works for extended hours as well, but, since the library schedule is also used to determine Overdue fines and other fees, there are some negatives to consider.
- For short term loans, less than 1 day - the item will be due X number of hours after it was loaned, no due hour adjustment to the opening hour of the next day.
Counts the total number of active bibliographic records by each of the 7 formats or the number of bibliographic records, by format, with linked holdings or items for an Institution. [Data Warehouse Tables]
= Allocations, ILC vs ALC.
= Implications for FY rollover
= Options to use Initial Allocations and for FCLA to load once set by the libraries
= Object Codes and validation
= What reports are needed?
= Annual Budgets
= Currently 5398 vendor records
= EDI setup in the vendor record
= EDI Load Log: select log number and print
= Through vendors website? Email, EDI?
= EDI vs Oasis/EOCRs
= Bulk Arriving new in V.20
= Vendor record loading with order info in 980 and 981 fields, p_file_96
= Status, closing (CLS) and the monies become an expenditure once invoice status is P-Paid.
= Joint FSU/UF PDA with Coutts, main and law libraries
In order for the Hold Slip to print automatically, you must have the following selection in your client.
In the Circ Client, Aleph - Options - Setup Return Options
The "Print Return Receipt - Transfer" is optional.