[Koha] Source of Acquisition

Alvaro Cornejo cornejo.alvaro at gmail.com
Fri Dec 6 02:28:14 NZDT 2019

Hi Charles

You might concatenate the acquisition number and the Access Db id on 952$i
with a character separator like a pipe, asterisk, semicolon, etc.  ie

Once you get rid of the old Access DB system you can run a query to the
Koha DB biblio table and, using the separator, remove all reference to the
old AccessDB.



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Le mer. 4 déc. 2019 à 22:58, Charles Kelley <cmkelleymls at gmail.com> a
écrit :

> Hello, Karin et al!
>     In our latest exchange, on 4 Dec 2019, at 08:14, you wrote:
>     In German libraries an acquisition number like this is very common.
> > There is a specific Koha item subfield for it already: 952$i =
> stocknumber
> > or inventory number. It is indexed in Zebra and there are some value
> > builders (like stocknumberAV.pl) to generate different sequential number
> > patterns that can be used with it or could be adapted to generate what
> you
> > currently have.
>     Thank you for the suggestion.
>     I thought of 952$i. But I'm also asked to keep the Access DB record
> number and I put it in 952$i. However, consultation of the Access DB is
> likely to end sooner than later, and certainly long before the acquisition
> number is abandoned. I hear the staff refer to the acquisition number often
> enough and it is rare I hear about the Access DB.
>     Since we are only in the development stage, it would easy to rededicate
> the 952$i to the library acquisition number and copy the Access DB record
> number into 952$x along with other staff notes. I'd like to do this now
> before the transfer instead of after the transfer.
>     In any event, in the coming weeks, the rest of the library staff and I
> will be holding a meeting to discuss this and other library matters:
> layout, operations, procedures, organization, etc.
>     Thank you again for the suggestion.
>     I must ask one question: does anyone know whether or not 952$i has to
> be unique?
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