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Catalogue record

This portlet displays the catalogue record in a detailed format. When you click on a catalogue title in a search results list, this is where you go.

Apart from the data from the catalogue post, you can make a reservation, rate the title, recommend it to a friend, etc. from here.

All information about the catalogue record detail is fetched from the LMS. This ensures that holding and reservation information is current. Information about the organization and branch filter is fetched from the installation structure. Ratings, reviews and tags come from Central Services.

User interface

The portlet has several panels, which may be used together to build a complex arrangement of information.

  • Detailed catalogue record information. The data that will be displayed is decided upon by the library, archive or museum. Content formatting for each field is handled by the LMS. The cover image and average rating is shown. Logged-in users may add a rating by clicking the star rating control.
  • Holding stat and reservation statistics. This is the number of loans in the current year, the number of loans in total, the number of reservations, and the number of copies available.
  • Linked records. This feature is only available for systems that support linked records. It is collapsed by default, but the user may expand the display if required.  Could for example be a CD with its linked records all tracks on it.
  • Holdings. Holdings data is collapsed on the highest level. If at least one copy is available, on the collapsed level information about it will be displayed, with information about copy availability. It is collapsed by default, but the user may expand the display if required.
  • Reviews. The most recent review is displayed. The portlet is collapsed by default, but the user may expand the display to display all reviews, if required. Logged-in users may add a review and rating. The review must be authorized before publication if this is required by the library, archive or museum. Abusive reviews can be reported.

Configuration

  • Availability order: Not used, will be removed.
  • AddThis services order: Here you select in which order to show the different social services.
  • Allow ratings to be updated: Here you select to show the rating possibility (the stars) in the portlet (default: true).
  • Archive item - show fields: Here you select which archive record fields to show on the page (default: Author, Description, Edition, External link, Language, Media type, Notes, Publication year, Publisher, Format, Shelfmark, Title, OpenURL).*
  • Archive item page components: Here you select the components to show on an archive item page (default: all fields). *
  • Be the first to review this title: Here you select to show "Be the first to review this title" under the title when there are no reviews for the title (default: false).
  • Choose AddThis services to display: Here you activate the social services that you want to display connected to the articles (default: no choice).
  • Choose Facebook like action: Here you select if you want to show Facebook like or Recommend connected to the article (default: no choice).
  • Choose Facebook like layout option: Here you select how you want to show the like number (default: no choice).
  • Collapse linked titles: Here you select to collapse linked titles if the record has linked titles to it, for example a CD with tracks (default: true).
  • Default Modal Window Height: Here you define the height of the popup window, used with eHUB only (default: 375 pixels).
  • Default Modal Window Width: Here you define the width of the popup window, used with eHUB only (default: 500 pixels)
  • Expand holdings on load: Here you select to expand branches' holdings while the page is loading (default: false).
  • Fuzzy search: Here you select which fields to display in a fuzzy search. Note: The fields need to be the same in the following portlets: Catalogue record, Facets, Results list, Search results, Tags: tag cloud. (default: all fields) See article below.
  • Fuzzy search similarity factor - range 0.0 - 1.0: Here you define a value for the fuzzy search factor, between 0 and 1. The higher the value, the more should the search result resemble the original search string. This value needs to be the same in the following portlets: Catalogue record, Facets, Results list, Search results, Tags: tag cloud (default: 0.5). See article below.
  • Icon for OpenURL: Here you define where to find the icon to show as a button for the user to click on to go to the OpenURL page, if enabled.
  • Lazy load covers: Here you select to let the page load before you add the cover images (default: true).
  • Library item page components: Here you select the components to show on the page (default: all fields). *
  • Library record: Fields to show: Here you select which library record fields to show on the page (default: Author, Description, External link, Language, Media type, Notes, Publication year, Publisher, Format, Shelfmark, Title, OpenURL).*
  • Linked records: Number of results per page: Here you define how many linked records to show per page, where there are linked records to a title (default: 10).
  • Linked records: display linked records: Here you define to display linked records to a title (default: true).
  • Linked records: show navigation at bottom: Here you select if you want to show navigation for the linked records at the bottom of the record. Navigation is always shown at the top (default: true).
  • Max no of matched titles in grouped result: Here you define the maximum number of items in a group, when grouping all media for a title, for example (default: 100).
  • Maximum number of tags shown: Here you define the number of tags shown in connection to a title (default: 10).
  • Museum item: Page components: Here you select the components to show on the page (default: all fields).*
  • Museum item: fields to show: Here you select which museum record fields to show on the page (default: Author, Description, Edition, External link, Language, Media type, Notes, Publication year, Publisher, Format, Shelfmark, Title, OpenURL)*
  • OpenURL link: Here you define the link to the OpenURL page.
  • Preferred media type: Here you define which media type to show first. Only applicable to multi-agency installations.
  • Provide Facebook like custom options: Here you define the width of the Facebook like link (default: fb:like:width="330px").
  • Reservation: Order by availability: Not used (will be removed)
  • Reserving: Additional help text on regional reservations: Here you can type a text to appear on a regional reservation (reservations outside own area, today only used in Finland) (default: blank).
  • Reserving: Allow regional reservation: Here you make regional reservations possible (reservations outside own area, today only used in Finland) (default: false).
  • Reserving: Default period (days) for reservation to be active: Here you define the number of days for a reservations to be active (default: 730).
  • Reserving: Enable 1 click reservations: Here you select if a reservation can be made just by a click on the reservation button, without requiring the user to select a pickup location or interest period. After that, the reservation is changed under My reservations (default: false).
  • Reserving: Show "Select pickup branch": Here you select to show the text "Select pickup branch" in the dropdown, instead of having a preset pickup branch (default: false). Thus, if you select this (true) you will not see the default pickup branch directly. Also see the setting Reserving: Show branches in alphabetic order.
  • Reserving: Show 'Cancel reservation' button: Here you allow the user to cancel existing reservations (default: true).
  • Reserving: Show Authority when making a reservation: Here you select to show the organization choice as well (instead of only showing the branch choice), in which the user should make the reservation. If not showing the authority choice, all branches from all authorities will be listed in the branch dropdown (default: true).
  • Reserving: Show branches in alphabetic order: Here you select to show the pickup branches in alphabetic order (default: true). Note: This must be false if you want to make use of default pickup branch. See setting Reserving: Show "Select pickup branch".
  • Reserving: Show reservation 'Valid from' date: Here you select to show from when the reservation is active (default: true).
  • Reserving: Show reservation fees: Here you select to show the fees for a reservation (default: false). Note that this function must be activated in Admin:Installation details on Agency level; ask your Axiell contact person for support.
  • Reserving: Show reservations 'Valid to' date: Here you select to show until when the reservation is active (default: true).
  • Reserving: Sort Authority in alphabetical order: Here you select to list the organizations in alphabetic order (default: true).
  • Reviews: Authorization required: Here you select that a review must be approved before publishing (default: true).
  • Reviews: Maximum initial review length: Here you define the maximum number of characters in a review to show under the title (you can then see the entire review by clicking Show more) (default: 100).
  • Reviews: Show 'Be the first to review this post' text: Here you select to show "Be the first to review this post" under the title when there is a review but no reply to the review (default: false).
  • Show 'Help' link: (default: false)
  • Show Archive records admin functions: Here you select functions to show next to an archive record (default: all fields). *
  • Show Back link: Here you select to display a back link on the Catalogue record page (default: true).
  • Show enhanced data: Here you select which of the enhanced data to show next to a record; availability, covers, ratings, reviews, tags (default: all fields).
  • Show fields for linked Archive records: Here you define which of the fields from the archive record to show (default: Author, Description, Edition, External link, Language, Media type, Publication year, Format, Shelfmark, Title).*
  • Show fields for linked museum records: Here you define which of the fields from the museum record to show (default: Author, Description, Edition, External link, Language, Media type, Publication year, Format, Shelfmark)*
  • Show library record admin functions: Here you select functions to show next to a library record (default: all fields).*
  • Show linked record fields: Here you define which of the fields from the library record to show (default: Author, Description, Edition, External link, Language, Media type, Publication year, Format, Shelfmark, Title).*
  • Show museum record admin functionality: Here you select functions to show next to a museum record (default: all fields).*
  • Streaming Content window format: iFrame, Modal Window
  • URL of Title detail page: Here you define the page where the title details are shown (could, for example, be for a linked record) (default: results).
  • URL to 'Recommend this' form: Here you define the page where the mails with tips about a title are sent (default: protected/recommend).
  • URL to holdings information: Here you define the page to the holdings information (default: #holdings).
  • URL to listings for the directory search: Here you define the page where the search results are presented, used for the back link (default: search).
  • User tags: Largest font size (1-7): Here you define the font size of the tags with most hits (default: 7).
  • User tags: Smallest font size (1-7): Here you define the font size of the tags with least hits (default: 1).
  • Where should AddThis service be displayed: Here you select the position of the AddThis service (default: top).

* If you are configuring the settings for a library, you can ignore the museum and archive settings – and the same for museums and archives, ignore the settings for the other two.

Related portlets

In a default installation, the following other portlets are displayed in connection with the catalogue record detail:  

  • The Tags: tag cloud portlet displays the tags associated with the record.
  • The Facets portlet, configured as a single record facet, is displayed. The facet enables the user to search for related titles, such as titles by the same author, the same series or the same subject words.
  • Another facet portlet displays article facets connecting the record to the articles by the subject word.
  • The Dynamic Links portlet is displayed. It sends content from the displayed record to another database or search engine. The Webservice client portlet and IFrame portlet may be included. These may launch external sites, or may present web services results using data from the search query as input.
  • The Results list portlet may display other titles of a similar type. The choice of titles is made by the LMS, using rules stated therein.

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Fuzzy search (Fuzzy sökning) och värde

Arena är förinställd på att om sökfrågan inte ger någon träff utvidgas sökningen automatiskt enligt en förbestämd algoritm. Det går att ställa in ett "likhetsvärde" som löper mellan värdena 0 och 1. Ju närmare 1 desto mer lik den ursprungliga sökningen blir den utvidgade sökningen.

Portletar listade nedan har fält konfigurerbara för fuzzy sökning. Anledningen till att fuzzy sökning och värde måste anges i samtliga nedanstående portlets är att när en sökning görs i sökportleten använder varje nedanstående portlet samma söksträng och gör en egen sökning baserad på fuzzy-logiken. Därför är det viktigt att konfigurering av fuzzy sökning och värde är de samma i nedanstående artikelportletar (de 5 översta) och övriga portletar som används vid en sökning (de 5 nedersta).

  • Artiklar: artikeldetalj
  • Artiklar: fasetter
  • Artiklar:: lista med sökfråga
  • Artiklar: lista utan sökfråga
  • Artiklar: visa en viss artikel
  • Katalogpost
  • Sökfasetter
  • Dynamisk lista
  • Sökresultat
  • Nyckelord: moln

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