[Koha] z39.50 search errors. How can I configure IBERMARC
syntax on Koha?
Joshua M. Ferraro
jmf at liblime.com
Wed Jun 13 23:42:53 NZST 2007
----- "Joshua M. Ferraro" <jmf at liblime.com> wrote:
> Hi José,
> See below:
> ----- "José Alberto Albarracín Ramírez" <jaalbarracin at yahoo.com>
> > Hi to all!
> > I need to solve my z39.50 search error a.s.a.p. PLEASE, PLEASE,
> > HELP!! I HAVE A VERY HIGH NUMBER OF BOOK AND JOURNALS TO
> > I configure 11 z39.50 spanish servers which are using IBERMARC
> > (based on MARC21) and the z39.50 LOC server. All my searche are
> > failure. I get this "holy" error: "500 Internal Server Error".
> Could you please let us know:
> 1. what version of Koha are you running?
> 2. what operating system and version/distro?
> Also, if you're getting a 500 error, there's gonna be an Apache log
> saying what the error is, please paste in the relevant lines from
> > Anyone (I don't remember his/her name), told me a few days
> > before,
> > that my proble would be cause because of I have missconfigured o
> > configured Koha MARC21 syntax as IBERMARC syntax:
> > http://www.loc.gov/z3950/agency/defns/oids.html. I and my computer
> > administrator try to solve it through different way bay, now I
> > he/she was righet and that cause could be "my all z3950 search
> > problems
> > cuase".
> > I try to download some bibliographic record only from LOC, and
> > find it but, can't download it. I do believe that I need to
> > my syntax to IBERMARC to Koha can understand what is searching and
> > downloading.
> > What do you think? Can anyone help me, please?
> It's possible we need to add a new column to the Z39.50 table to
> specifying the OID for the server. Could you give us the Z39.50
> target info so we can test the target's responses? (please don't send
> user/password info on the list though).
After a quick peek, we already have this column in the table,
koha/z3950/search.pl has the following:
The syntax specification you can define from the Z39.50 Server setup
area in System Parameters, however, it's currently a drop-down box
with only two options, USMARC and UNIMARC. I suspect if you added
IBERMARC to the list it would work. I'm not sure whether ZOOM has
a table to convert all the names to OIDs ... but I'll find out and
let you know.
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