Forum - Print bib records

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  • #68442
    Helveticat 41SNL_51_INST
    Participant

    Hello,
    is it possible to save multiple xml file in the cloud app ?
    We are in the process of creating different templates for different types of documents and would like to be able to save them locally. For the moment, it is only possible to save one at a time.
    Thank you
    Kind regards
    Camille

    #68444
    Ori Miller
    Keymaster

    Hi Camille,
    What exactly do you mean? Do you have a few XSLs templates you would like to use? How many are we talking about?
    Thanks,
    Ori

    #70373
    Helveticat 41SNL_51_INST
    Participant

    Hello,
    Thank you for your answer, I unfortunately missed it…
    We were trying to have one customized file in French, one in German and in Italian but we finally we gave up on that idea.

    Now I have another question:
    In the Marc21 Slim 2 English xsl file, the # of the LDR 08 “Type of control” is not shown, it’s just showing blank.
    Is there a way to show it as a # ?
    We are still trying to customize an xsl file, and all # in the 008 field are also showing as a blank space.
    Thank you
    Camille

    #70377
    Ori Miller
    Keymaster

    Hi Camille,
    It doesn’t seem like a problem with MARC21slim2English.xsl but with the MARCXML representation of the record.
    If you try to export/publish/GET by API – do you see the “#”? If it’s just space – this is what the App will show.
    I guess this is how MARCXML works, but I haven’t had a chance to investigate further.
    Perhaps the XSL can be modified to show “#” instead of ” “. Try something like that:

               <xsl:choose>
                  <xsl:when test="$leader8 != ' '">
                    <xsl:value-of select="$leader8"/>
                  </xsl:when>
                  <xsl:otherwise>
                    #
                  </xsl:otherwise>
               </xsl:choose>

    Thanks,
    Ori

    #70382
    Helveticat 41SNL_51_INST
    Participant

    Dear Ori,
    thank you, I will try your tip.
    Kind regards
    Camille

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