[Koha] OPAC "Brief display" problems
pasi.korkalo at oululainen.com
Tue Jul 22 01:44:11 NZST 2008
This system runs Koha 2, XSLT is present in Koha 3 only, right? Will it be a
big job if we upgrade the system from Koha 2.2.9 to Koha 3?
Joshua Ferraro-3 wrote:
> Have you tried turning ON the XSLT sysprefs?
> On Jul 3, 2008, at 7:53 AM, "Nicole Engard"
> <nicole.engard at liblime.com> wrote:
>> Do you have an example screen you can send us a link to?
>> Nicole C. Engard
>> Open Source Evangelist, LibLime
>> (888) Koha ILS (564-2457) ext. 714
>> nce at liblime.com
>> AIM/Y!/Skype: nengard
>> On Wed, Jun 25, 2008 at 8:00 AM, PasiK <pasi.korkalo at oululainen.com>
>>> The brief (or normal) display in OPAC seems to cause us a lot of
>>> First of all there is the thing with 110a field, which isn't shown
>>> as author
>>> (By), this would be really important to us since we're a music
>>> library and
>>> we have a lot of authors (bands and such) in 110a field.
>>> The there is a issue with 5xx fields. Sometimes Koha shows all the
>>> fields we need (500, 505, 511), but sometimes it only shows 500 or
>>> 500 and
>>> 505 but not 511. How can this be fixed?
>>> Added entries also seem to be a problem. Brief display only shows
>>> the last
>>> added entry of a personal name, even if there would be more of
>>> them. Added
>>> entries of corporate names are never shown. Again , as a music
>>> library we
>>> use these fields a lot and we really need them to be shown in OPAC
>>> MARC-display of course shows all the fields as it should, but we
>>> reasonably expect our clients to learn to read MARC... We really
>>> need a more
>>> clear output. Any suggenstions?
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