[Koha] New biblios show no items in search results (3.4)

Elaine Bradtke eb at efdss.org
Tue Jun 14 03:47:25 NZST 2011

I've been away and it's now gotten a little stranger.
Records added before the switch display in the hit list with three columns:
Results, Location, and an unlabeled one that contains a list of items
for that biblio.
Because they're listed in the order they were added to the catalogue,
the ones added after the upgrade follow after the ones added before.
The biblios added after the switch all say No items in the third
But the items are there when you click on the title and even in the
short list, you have a link to Edit items, even when it says no items.

Has the display changed?


On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 1:09 PM, Chris Cormack <chris at bigballofwax.co.nz> wrote:
> On 1 June 2011 00:00, Elaine Bradtke <eb at efdss.org> wrote:
>> Just filed a bug report on this Bug 6435
>> On Tue, May 31, 2011 at 12:48 PM, Elaine Bradtke <eb at efdss.org> wrote:
>>> Catalogue records created after our switch to 3.4 have an interesting quirk.
>>> In the staff interface: The search results for these new records show
>>> no items in the hit list.
>>> But if you click on the title to bring up the normal view, the items
>>> are there, and are fully functional.
>>> The OPAC seems unaffected.
>>> The records created before we moved to 3.4 are also unaffected.
>>> Has anyone else noticed this?
>>> --
> I can't recreate this, I just added 3 new items and they all showed in
> the search results in the staff side.
> Ill update the bug, perhaps someone else can test too. When you
> upgraded you ran the script to remove item data from the marcxml
> right?
> Chris

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