[Koha] Is there an efficient way to manage the MARC frameworks?
(User from China)
fdescano at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 2 15:36:02 NZST 2007
We're on the same boat. I am trying to tap the
students as encoders. Maybe we can use Excel to build
the data and then upload it to the MySQL database. I
think that would simplify the encoding process.
--- "Hero_xbd!.RRR" <heroxbd at 126.com> wrote:
> Hello, everybody,
> I am a undergraduate and currently leading a project
> upgrading the
> library of our department from card-category to an
> ILS using Koha-2.2.8
> on Debian. All the installation seem successful.
> Koha is friendly enough
> to install :)
> Now I come to stage of modifying the MARC framework.
> Our library is small (of about 12000 books).
> I want to use the MARC format (opposed to
> Traditional Koha way, as
> mentioned in the manual) to get more features and
> export book lists. At
> the same time I don't want to mess up with all the
> fields in the default
> framework (we are inputting records by hand, we want
> only keep 7-8
> fields at the beginning). So I begin to add a new
> framework cloned from
> 'default' and delete the unwanted tags, and found it
> time-consuming. Is there a way to delete several
> tags at one attempt? Or
> can I create an empty framework and add tags from
> scratch? Or can I
> import a more simplified framework (like the ones in
> the demo site on
> Another Question:
> I would like to call for the students around me to
> join in the project.
> There may be 100 people involved. I want to keep
> track of who inputed
> how many records, and export a rank list for reports
> to the department
> authority. What should I do to achieve this goal?
> And there will be a
> great pain to add people one by one. Is there a good
> way to authorize,
> e.g. using students' ID as both user/password and
> keep track?
> Thanks in advance!
> Xu Benda
> Fundamental Science of Mathematics and Physics,
> Tsinghua University, Beijing, P.R.China, 100084
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