[minervacirc] [MinervaCats] Minerva Millennium and OPAC back on-line
alisia.revitt at maineinfonet.org
Tue Feb 8 17:15:49 EST 2011
The loading is trucking along, but as you might imagine, there's quite a
backlog. I will keep checking on it through the evening, and will have more
info/fallout for you in the morning.
Among other things, I will have lists of items that had a hold on them and
may have been reshelved, along with similar "errors", directions on how to
clear your list, and probably some other fun info as well.
At the moment, I know for a fact that the following have gone throuigh.
Don't panic if you're not on the list--like I say, it's trucking away:
South Portland Maine
Alisia Revitt | Systems Training and Support Librarian | Maine InfoNet
| alisia.revitt at maineinfonet.org
On Tue, Feb 8, 2011 at 3:00 PM, Alisia Revitt <
alisia.revitt at maineinfonet.org> wrote:
> Hello all!
> Minerva is back and better than ever. Or hopefully so.
> Catalogers and acquire-rs: log back in and get back to business. If you
> see any odd slowdown or hang-ups, please let us know.
> Circulators: We're ready to give minerva a stress test, so I'm going to
> have you just jump on in and start loading your offline circ transactions.
> Please see the directions below for guidance.
> A. Create Backup of offline file
> 1. go to c:\Millennium\Offline
> 2. find the file called circ.dat
> 3. right click on the file and "copy"
> 4. right click elsewhere in the screen and "paste" - you now have a file
> called "copy of circ.dat"
> 5. right click and "rename" the copy to "20110208circ.dat"
> 6. Repeat steps 2-5 for the file called "patron.dat"
> B. Upload your offline transactions
> 1. Open Offline Circ program
> 2. Go to File > Upload Circulation and Patron File
> 3. Is the server ready? YES
> 4. Clear file? NO!
> Please DO NOT go into the Circulation module and process the files. There
> are going to be so many going in that we would like to do the processing
> ourselves and check on the error logs as they go by. We'll process every
> half an hour, so you will know that you will be caught up relatively soon.
> Go ahead and return to using Millennium Circulation as usual. You are
> likely to see some more errors than usual, particularly along the lines of
> items being already checked out to people, or of items being on hold for
> someone (that found their way back to the shelves instead of onto the hold
> We will let you know about the error messages for your library and of any
> barcodes of items that you need to chase down or check on.
> Please feel free to ask about any error messages you might see and/or snags
> that have come up.
> Alisia Revitt | Systems Training and Support Librarian | Maine
> InfoNet | alisia.revitt at maineinfonet.org
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