APFeed (Accounts Payable Feed) is an interface program written by FCLA to transfer invoice data from Aleph to either Banner or PeopleSoft.
Here's the basics:
Yes, in this type of case you can explicitly connect to the holdings
library through the "Aleph/Connect to..." menu choice in the Cataloging
client. Once connected to the holdings library the top most input box
can be used to pull up the holdings record just as it is used to pull up
a BIB record when connected to the BIB library.
This report can be used to retrieve the Bibliographic and Holdings Numbers for Holdings with erroneous MARC Organization Codes. It is NOT intended to get doc numbers for your valid codes.
Use this report to find invalid MARC Organization Codes in Holdings 852$a and the number of times the code is used in the database.
- The Hold Request workflow
- In-transit tracking
- Expired Holds
- "Request-related" Aleph Services, and the role they play in managing the process
ex. cir12-PullSlips, cir13-Recall Items on Loan
Maintaining Client Files
FCLA will maintain client settings that might get overwritten after Service Pack installs or upgrades, and add customizations to your packaged clients.
Please let us know of any settings or customizations that you’d like/need to have packaged in the client.
Some suggested settings that should be maintained:
In Circ client – Aleph – Options – Setup Loan/Return options
ex. Loan/return receipt printing turned on or not.
Some institutions have made modifications to client wording and forms:
ex. Patron Registration Form, UF uses Gator 1 Barcode & UFID instead of Alternate ID & System ID.
More details to come.
Staff Renewals represent renewals made either via the Circulation client, or via the Mango Catalog.
Web Renewals represent renewals made via the Aleph Opac Catalog.
There are two retrieval services in the 01 library: ret-01 (which may be used in the 60 library) and ret-03, which creates a file from a search (not available in the 60). The output from either is always a list of Aleph keys written to xx/alephe/scratch(see here on how to view the scratch directory directly). Use another service to generate a report. Under Services / Retrieve Catalog Records are several 'print' services.
-- print-01 and print-08 generate nicely formatted reports viewable in
Task Manager FileList. Sometimes the reports are too large to open in
FileList, but they can be downloaded from the staff web page.
-- print-03 outputs a file of MARC or Aleph Sequential records to
nf/nfu01/scratch. print-03 gives you a lot of control over the fields
output, and you can use the Aleph Sequential version to generate a list
of fields from each record. The output isn't real attractive, but
sometimes it's exactly what you need.
-- whichever service you use, the input file name can contain only
lowercase alphas, numbers, hyphen, underscore.
1.Go to the staff web for Aleph:
Prod -- http://xx.aleph.fcla.edu/S
Test -- http://xx.atest.fcla.edu/S
Rept -- http://xx.arept.fcla.edu/S
The XX stand for your university's two-letter id code, e.g. nf, uf, cf, nc etc.
2. Login with your Aleph user/password (step 1). Popups must be allowed
for the site.
3. Select View/Download Files
4. Select alephe/scratch. Files are listed in reverse chron order.
If you want to print the list of Bib numbers from ALEPH see the FAQ How do I print a list of Aleph Keys from the retrieval services?