Authenticated "Authentication note" field
Make the content of the "authentication note" field (electronic collection editor and portfolio editor) only visible to our legitimate end-users by means of authentication: preferably via sso, another option would be via ip. That way we can register and manage all our username/password information for e-sources from within Alma. And get rid of the in-house solution (according to the Alma-L mailing list other institutions, like us, developed solutions involving a link to an authentication protected page).
Currently the authentication note has the same functionality as the "public note" field. It is displayed to anyone searching in our Primo. There also is no distinction (label) from the actual public note field in the Primo display.
Julie Miller: We will go live soon with primo and now realise that people on the outside will be able to see our logins and passwords to journals and e-book platforms ... we put this information in our public note, is there any way to hide this from un-logged in users... We only want this for our internal users.
Greatly appreciate any help.
Could someone please show me or explain to me how to hide the public note for people who are not logged in. Our magazines are all individual urls and cannot be considered a collection. I would greatly appreciate this!
Sally Baker commented
You can use display logic rules to hide the full text service from guest users so only logged in users will see this field.