[OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Custom Booking module and Evergreen Database structure
robert.soulliere at mohawkcollege.ca
Fri Mar 6 15:08:26 EST 2009
To create a material booking module for a library, would someone be able
to use the existing database tables for holds and just differentiate it
with a "booking" identifier in the hold_type field or would creating a
booking module require entire new tables? It seems that the
action.hold_requests table structure allows for hourly bookings on
materials but I wasn't sure?
----- Original Message -----
From: Dan Scott <denials at gmail.com>
Date: Friday, March 6, 2009 9:13 am
Subject: Re: [OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] strange behavior during record update
To: tigran at flib.sci.am, Evergreen Discussion Group
<open-ils-general at list.georgialibraries.org>
Cc: Jason Etheridge <jason at esilibrary.com>
> This bug is fixed as of last night (thanks miker!); it will show up in
> the next 1.4 release. There are a few more bugs that we're working on
> before that next release will be cut.
> If you want to apply the fix for the problem right away to your 1.4
> install, you can:
> 1. download the latest version of Cat.pm
> ILS/src/perlmods/OpenILS/Application/Cat.pm?rev=12435)2. copy it
> over your existing version of the file in in
> 3. restart the Perl services
> Thanks again for the bug report, Tigran.
> (Oh, and Jason fixed my fix for the "Record 1 of 0" annoyance... heh).
> 2009/3/5 Dan Scott <denials at gmail.com>:
> > Hi Tigran:
> > These are the same problems that I have reported in bug #47
> > (http://svn.open-ils.org/trac/ILS/ticket/47) - I don't know of
> any way
> > around the problem, other than to restart the OpenSRF services every
> > time you want to edit an existing bibliographic record. Which is, of
> > course, completely unworkable. Essentially, this makes the 1.4
> release> currently unusable.
> > On the bright side, I did commit a fix for the "Record 1 of 0"
> > annoyance last night. :-/
> > Dan
> > 2009/3/5 Tigran Zargaryan <tigran at flib.sci.am>:
> >> Hello Jason,
> >> we have drooped the database to the initial status, and started
> the new
> >> cataloging.
> >> Here is the picture.
> >> 1. For the first record we have done full bibl. level
> description and have
> >> added the holdings data. This record is being saved and
> displayed in a
> >> normal way. After that I have started to do the changes using
> 'MARC Edit'.
> >> First time update on the fields for the Author, Title, etc are
> going normal,
> >> and the system is saving all the changes.
> >> 2. When I am starting to update the same fields for the first
> record second
> >> time, the system is not saving that changes.
> >> 3. I am creating another bibl. record (with holding information).
> >> For this and other records no any changes are being saved,
> although the
> >> system is replying that the Changes are saved.
> >> So I can create the new records without problems. When trying to
> update the
> >> field content, the system is not saving the changes.
> >> Any ideas what to do?
> >> thanks,
> >> Tigran
> >> Jason Etheridge wrote:
> >>>> Why when I am having more that one Bib. records in my
> database, my
> >>>> changes are not being saved?
> >>> I think Dan noticed the same bug. Does it seem to make a
> difference>>> if you have items attached to the records being edited?
> >>>> I noticed that when viewing the record, on the top left side
> of the
> >>>> screen the system is displaying 'Record 1 of 0', which I guess
> is something
> >>>> abnormal.(see attached image).
> >>> This is just a harmless cosmetic bug you can ignore, unrelated
> to your
> >>> main issue.
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> > Dan Scott
> > Laurentian University
> Dan Scott
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