[Koha] Subject links in detail record display
Tomas Cohen Arazi
tomascohen at gmail.com
Fri Jun 17 11:10:29 NZST 2016
Andy, that's certainly something to fill a bug for. Maybe you find someone
to take care of implementing it. And we should, as non-XSLT has been
deprecated for a while, and feature parity was a de-facto requirement for
permanent removal of the deprecated view.
El jue., 16 de jun. de 2016 16:07, Andy Boze <boze.1 at nd.edu> escribió:
> Hi, all. I have a question regarding subject links in detail records.
> Subject links are treated differently in the detail display depending on
> whether OPACXSLTDetailsDisplay is set to "default" or left blank (no XSLT).
> Using no XSLT, each subject subdivision is a separate link. You can see
> an example at
> . In that example record, you can see the subject "Vatican Council --
> (2nd : -- 1962-1965 : -- Basilica di San Pietro in Vaticano) -- Views on
> religious liberty."
> If you hover your mouse cursor over "Vatican Council", the search URL is
> Hovering your mouse cursor over each subsequent subdivision ands the
> subdivision to the URL, so that you also get the search URLs
> and so on to
> Using OPACXSLTDetailsDisplay=default, no matter which subdivision you
> hover your mouse cursor over, the entire subject is searched. You can
> see an example of this behavior at
> So here's the question: Is there a way to replicate the the behavior of
> the non-XSLT configuration, so that when OPACXSLTDetailsDisplay=default,
> I can still get the subjects broken into links for each subdivision?
> BTW, I've tried using TraceSubjectSubdivisions=Include, but it's all or
> nothing. If there are multiple subject subdivisions, you can't choose
> the specific "depth" you want, you get all subdivisions included in the
> Andy Boze, Associate Librarian
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