I rewrote that area extensively for our Library and I'm
happy to share, but the thing I get most when looking at stuff like this is that
every Library will have differences (sometimes subtle, sometimes
We ended up using 'format' and 'sub_format' to bring an
even greater degree of distinction:
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Daniel - This is definitly a VuFind issue. I made that comment
:) This was something that I came across when developing the algoritm to
detect the format from a marc record. I found that if I captured the C
from the 007 it was making too many records "Electronic". Speaking of - I
don't even like the term Electronic as a format - but I couldn't come up with a
better term. It's probably time that we re-evalute the format detection
algortihm and revise it. Please feel free to make any
On Thu, Jun 25, 2009 at 5:10 PM, Lovins, Daniel <email@example.com>
sure if this is a VuFind question or a SolrMarc question ...
looking at how electronic resources are indexed in Solr.
VuFindIndexer.java (e.g., http://tinyurl.com/nevew8), where it's looking at records
that have the value 'C' (= "Electronic Resource") in MARC 007 byte 0, and an R
(= "remote") in byte 01, there's an in-line comment on lines 130-131: "Do not
return - this will cause anything with an 856 field to be labeled as
I'm just not sure what this means.
The default for
this routine (Case C) is "Software". Wouldn't the default kick in if nothing
is returned? And how does the 856 relate to this?
Thanks for your
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