[Koha] Importing Catalogue Records
clint.deckard at frontiers.co.nz
Mon Aug 13 17:22:49 NZST 2012
I think I can help here as I have just been going through this process.
I am not a Koha expert and if I have made a mistake I invite anyone to
correct me please.
Item Type is stored at 952$y, current location is stored at 952$b, Home
library is stored at 952$a and call number at 952$o
These fields do not appear in your records.
You could use a tool such as MarcEdit to add these fields with the
appropriate data for your library. Call number is a bit more difficult
if it is stored in a variety of sub fields in the original record.
I hope this helps.
franc at library.iisc.ernet.in wrote:
> Dear Members,
> I'm trying to import a few sample records using the 'Stage MARC records
> for import' feature of KOHA-3.08.03. A sample ,mrk record is given below
> for your reference:
> =LDR 00000nam 2200000Ia 45e0^M
> =008 120810s9999\\\\xx\\\\\\\\\\\\000\0\und\d^M
> =020 \\$a001^M
> =082 \\$a541.39$bN37^M
> =100 \\$aBailey, K.C.^M
> =245 \\$aGalactose regulation of yeast: From genetics to systms^M
> =260 \\$c1937$bEdward Arnold$aBANGALORE^M
> =300 \\$a100P^M
> =952 \\$p2^M
> After converting the .mrk file to .mrc file, records are successfully
> imported. While staging the records for importing, I have ensured that the
> 'check for embedded item data record' is set to 'yes'.
> Indexing through Zebra goes through without any issues. However, in the
> search results, the Holding Details for 'item type', 'current location',
> 'home library' and 'call number' are all blank. I have looked up the Koha
> documentation and also the Koha list's archived content, but not been able
> to find a solution for my problem. Could I request for some guidance from
> the fellow members?
> In the Administrative cataloging preferences, NewItemsDefaultLocation is
> set to JRDTML, the only library that exists as of now.
> Thanks for your attention.
> - Francis
> JRDTML, IISc, Bangalore, India
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