Author: Yoel Kortick
Contributor: Margaret Briand Wolfe, Systems Librarian, Boston College. firstname.lastname@example.org This blog will discuss using PERL to call the Alma Analytics API. It will also show examples of how to use the resumption token and input parameters.
Contributors: Connie Hendrick. Data Systems & Services, University of Minnesota Libraries email@example.com Yoel Kortick. Senior Librarian, Ex Libris Yoel.Kortick@exlibrisgroup.com Step 1: Create itemized set of physical items Create Excel file with
Alma works in a cloud and thus as is the case with cloud based software all physical printing (printing to paper) is based on email rules. The email rules are made in external (not Alma) software. For printing (to actual physical paper) in Alma many
Loans and returns can be performed when network connectivity is disrupted, using the Offline Circulation utility. For additional information see the Alma On Line Help at 'Fulfillment > Advanced Tools > Offline Circulation'. To download the Offline
Contributors: Margaret Briand Wolfe. Systems Librarian, Boston College firstname.lastname@example.org Yoel Kortick. Senior Librarian, Ex Libris Yoel.Kortick@exlibrisgroup.com Attachments: Main Explanatory Document (includes instructions and references to
Introduction to Creating and testing an API application. download. Creating and testing an API application to retrieve and update bibliographic records. download. Creating and testing an API application to retrieve data via Alma analytics. download.