[Koha] Very, very beginner question: Followup
c.s.hayward at protonmail.com
Thu May 19 06:19:01 NZST 2022
I have three followup questions.
First, I've noticed that I can directly enter data into 245$a, but 100$a and 110$a appear to be locked (screenshot available on request). This is after clicking on "New Record" and navigating to the 100's tab. What should I be doing to be allowed to manually enter an individual or corporate author's name?
Second, if I should be entering all the authorities that have been mentioned in replies for a Z49 search, how do I add a URL? (One respondent, for instance, mentioned "Oxford" as the text of a hyperlink that I assume is what I will want to enter in the appropriate place. Same for a URL for the General Theological Seminary.)
Third, are there any authorities I should be searching besides those pointed out to me by list members?
Br. C.S. Hayward
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On Fri, May 13, 2022 at 3:26 PM, C.S. Hayward <c.s.hayward at protonmail.com> wrote:
> Having added a first test item, I thought I would try to add to the catalog the dozen or so books that happened to be on a desk on the library.
> I tried to search by ISBN, and the next two books were at least technically findable on Amazon by ISBN, but did not come up in the Z39.50/SRU search. They were, respectively:
> St. Tikhon's Seminary Press: The Great Book of Needs, Volume III: The Occasional Services, South Canaan: St. Tikhon's Seminary Press, 1999, 1-878997-58-0
> Cavarnos, Constantine, Modern Orthodox Saints: St. Cosmas Aitolos, Belmont: Instirute for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 1971, 0-914744-29-1
> The library contains books that people have heard about, and obscurities.
> If a book does not come up by ISBN, how should I be approaching entering a book for which I can find standard bibliographic information? Would it be appropriate to click on "New Record," populate a record with the fields I have (possibly incomplete) and then try to save, navigating to any mandatory fields I haven't filled in?
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