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> Date: Thu, 10 Jun 2004 12:15:11 -0500
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> From: Edward Iglesias <iglesias@...>
> Subject: [oss4lib-discuss] open source database solution for serials
> Greetings All,
> I am in the middle of a project to take a bunch of information we
> keep separately on spreadsheets (usage information, location, purchase
> price etc...) and combine it into a single database. I had been thinking
> of using a php/MySQL solution. My question is has somebody out there
> already done this? I want to use open source solutions but time wise I
> could be up and running very quickly using something like filemaker
> Pro. Is there a similar open source solution out there that will let me
> quickly create and publish a database that can be maintained through a we=
> interface. Is everyone still coding pages by hand?
> Iglesias email:
> Technical Services Librarian/ILS
> Coordinator phone: 504.864.7838
> J. Edgar and Louise S. Monroe Library
> Loyola University New Orleans
We support serials in our oss project PMB. Take a look at
Demo at http://www.pizz.net/PhpMyBibli and users community (most in french) at
In our module you can create notices for serials, exemplaries and articles.
You can easily adapt by editing the page under catalog/serials in our sourc=
Then, I can help you resizing the OPAC to the serials only.
By such a way, you have the ability of a fast start for your needs.
Member of the PMB Development Team
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