[Koha] Local call number
jbalway at gmail.com
Fri Apr 20 02:41:26 NZST 2012
You need to add it to Koha's MARC Framework.
#1 Login to the Staff Client Side, click on the "More" drop down menu, and
choose Administration. That will bring you to the Administration page.
#2 Under Catalog heading click on "MARC Bibliographic framework". This
takes you to a list of the MARC Frameworks in your instance of Koha.
#3 Click on the "MARC Structure" link beside the MARC Framework you want
the 09X field added to.
#4 Enter 09X in the "Search for tag" search box and click search.
#5 Click the subfields link on the 09X tag line, then click edit subfields
and at the bottom of that page you will see a link that says "display more
constraints". Click on the "display more constraints" link.
#6 You will need to set the "hidden" field to the correct value. -1 will
make it visible in the OPAC, on the Intranet, in the editor, and will make
it show up as collapsed in the editor. See this page for more details:
On Wed, Apr 18, 2012 at 4:36 PM, Paula Corman <Paula.Corman at themim.org>wrote:
> I am embarking on cataloging about 400 CD's and I want to use a locally
> assigned call number. It appears from the MARC records I have examined
> that libraries are using the 09X field. However, the template for the
> version of Koha that this library uses does not have that option. Can
> someone please tell me what to do to add this field to the Koha template?
> I do not have a systems person and/or programmer who can help, so if
> possible, please keep the directions simple. Thanks.
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