[Koha] Koha as a federated library
aolweny at gmail.com
Mon Apr 19 20:05:55 NZST 2010
Could you guide further about how to implement this?
On Sat, Apr 17, 2010 at 10:54 AM, savitra sirohi <savitra.sirohi at osslabs.biz
> Anselm, nice work on Joomla integration!
> On the look & feel for each library I suggest you use the multi-opac
> feature in koha. With this feature you can assign different css files
> for each library. Also the search will be performed only on that
> library's items.
> You will need different sub-domains for each library.
> Here is an example:
> Savitra Sirohi
> Nucsoft OSS Labs
> 2010/4/17 Anselm Olweny <aolweny at gmail.com>:
> > Dear Colleagues,
> > I am setting up a federated library system using koha where each of the
> > libraries needs to have its own look and feel and also should be able to
> > search its own collection and also be able to search the collection of
> > other libraries in the federation by the users choice. I have also
> > integrated koha into a CMS "joomla" in order to handle non koha pages.
> > In my koha set up I have created the different libraries as branches and
> > activitated the IndependantBranches preference in koha. You can see this
> > http://koha.apkn.org (koha in Joomla) or http://koha.apkn.org:81 (Koha
> > or http://koha.apkn.org:81/cgi-bin/koha/opac-mainug.pl and
> > http://koha.apkn.org:81/cgi-bin/koha/opac-mainke.pl (Independent
> > However, I am not sure whether this is the right way to set up federated
> > libraries using koha. Could someone kindly advise me about the right way
> > set up federated libraries using koha?
> > Thanks
> > Anselm
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