[Koha] Delete of biblio while cancel the biblio from order (need improvement)

Katrin Fischer katrin.fischer.83 at web.de
Mon Oct 16 19:25:38 NZDT 2017

Hi Vinod,

this is a known bug that is currently waiting for a new developer:

Bug 10758 -Show bibliographic information of deleted records in acquisitions

The idea was to use the information from the deleted* tables for 
display, so you could still delete the record from the catalog. It would 
be done by adding a new column to the aqorders table containing the 

Hope this helps,


On 18.09.2017 14:28, vinod mishra wrote:
> Dear All,
> There is an option to cancel OR cancel and delete the biblio from order,
> but if we only cancel the biblio it is still visible in OPAC and may have
> unnecessary access to users but benefit is we can check history in order
> about the titles canceled another scenario is if we delete and cancel the
> biblio from order it will no longer visible in OPAC and its detail will be
> also deleted from cancel biblio details hence library staff may not be able
> to see the Exact tile which has been canceled from the order.
> So the requirement is if title is only cancelled and no earlier items is
> attached with it than it should be visible in staff client only but not
> indexed (de-indexed) in OPAC so that staff can see the titles detail
> cancelled from order and could be useful to generate reports of cancelled
> titles from order.
> Please suggest
> With Regards,
> Vinod Kumar Mishra,
> Assistant Librarian,
> Biju Patnaik Central Library (BPCL),
> NIT Rourkela,
> Sundergadh-769008,
> Odisha,
> India.
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> Website: http://mishravk.com/
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