From: Wolfgang Pichler <wolfgang.pichler@iv...> - 2006-07-26 02:06:06
Martin Sramek wrote:
> I was browsing the net to solve a certain problem i\'m having with emilda, when I came upon a mailing list where you gave advice to one guy having the same problem.
> Could you please give me some advice too.
> My problem is that when I try to make ISSN tag searchable in the MARC configuration, it says that first I must allow it in Zebra configuration. I don\'t have a clue where. I tried to look into every file that might look as a Zebra conf file, but it was no use. So could you tell me what is the problem?? If you know the solution.
a) a z3950 data-rertieval-interface for emilda (and also maybe others !!!)
b) a general-purpose indexer (and so must be told what data in which
format to process)
i admit that zebra is somewhat a sick to configure program - i for
myself dont have any clues but i suspect it to be very powerful if
understood well (but i never had the time and mood)
1) there is a file called ** usmarc.abs ** which tells zebra which
marc-fields to index how (remember: indexed data is marc)
2) there is a file called ** bib1.att ** which does the
name/number-translation of so-called bib1-attributes which are the
entities searched in z3950-protocol
a) find the line in bib1.att which maps the number 8 :
"att 8 ISSN"
note : the name might be different
b) add a line to usmarc.abs to tell zebra to index the marc-field 22
which holds the issn as word-index and present it as attribute 8
"elm 022 ISSN !:w,!:p,!:s,"
note : effectively field 022 will be indexed as word,phrase,substring
and presented as attribute 8
please anyone to correct me if this is wrong ?
> I am setting up the library system at the Institute of Physics of the Slovak Academyu of Sciences and emilda is the third program I\'ve tried. Until now everything works fine except for the ISSN search. I hope it is the only problem.
> Thank you
> Martin Sramek
> http://zabava.sme.sk/ - Stránka čo usmeje ti tvár
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