[Koha] Koha 16.05 - Legacy Bibliographic Unique ID numbers mapped to Koha 999c/d?
joy at bywatersolutions.com
Fri Jul 8 08:41:58 NZST 2016
I've done this a few ways. It depends on if you will need to match
incoming data to the records after you import them.
I generally leave the legacy bib id in a 9xx tag (either 998 or 907),
however if you want to match against that number in the import stage marc
records you will want to use a field that is indexed. Another good choice
is the 001 (control-number) if you are not already using that field for
some other purpose.
On Thu, Jul 7, 2016 at 2:36 PM, Craig Butosi <craig.butosi at rcmusic.ca>
> Hi all,
> Koha 16.05 on Ubuntu 14.04, package install.
> A brief question about bibliographic record unique identifiers and
> importing records into an empty Koha instance:
> Is it advisable to map the unique ID numbers from a legacy system's
> bibliographic records to Koha 999c/d? I am attempting to find a way to
> connect our items database data to our bibliographics data once the latter
> has been uploaded to Koha. I imagine the best way to do this is to preserve
> the unique IDs (i.e., primary key in biblio, foreign key in items) from the
> legacy system, but I'm not quite sure how I should go about mapping this:
> should I go for Koha 999c/d, Marc 887, or some other field? The record
> matching module in Koha gives me much choice, but what does the collective
> wisdom think?
> Thank you!
> Craig Butosi, MA, MLIS, B Mus (Hons.)
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