The Colorado School of Mines worked closely with Ex Libris staff to implement Social Logins for our Internal Patrons. These patrons typically pay a membership fee and they had not been able to login to Primo since we migrated to Alma in June of 2015.
At this time, it's necessary to set up at least three Alma General Electronic services for Tipasa, even if you are using the same URL: article, book, and book chapter. I set up a fourth for the "unknown" genre. GES for article requests:
The no results tile in the new Primo UI is fairly standard, but it lacks one important option: the ability to re-run your search across the expanded Primo Central Index, in order to find resources that might not be held by your institution. To get
The following source codes using Angular JS translate brief records and full records on Primo new UI to simplified Chinese from traditional Chinese when users are on a simplified Chinese interface by walking through the DOM of the associated HTML tags.
On the new UI of Primo Feb 2017 version, PCI resources without OpenURL, i.e. direct link resources, cannot be mediated with SFX service which is incorporated with EZProxy mechanism. The upshot is remote library users would not be able to access the
On Primo Feb 2017 version new UI, the disclaimer is missing while the same feature is on the Prmio old UI. I used Angular JS to implement the same feature on the new UI. The method is self-explained by the description of the source codes below: 1.
In this post we will show how to publish full-text content from Rosetta to Primo that is supported from version 5.2 of Rosetta. If you are new to the publishing process, here is a great place to start:
The bookmarklet will add a new line after each item in the results list of the Primo NUI, adding each record-ID as well as links for Show Pnx and Show Source Record. For further information and the most recent version of the bookmarklet, please visit the