Do not publish to Primo bibliographic record if all its representations are inactive
If a record does not include any material that the end-user can display or access, then it should not be searchable in Primo.
For physical inventory, there is an option to enable the suppressBibWithSuppressedHol setting which means that if all physical holdings in a bib record are suppressed, then the bib record will automatically be suppressed from discovery.
This idea asks to add similar option to digital content (Alma-D): when enabling the suppressBibWithSuppressedRep setting, any bib record that all its digital representations are inactive, will be automatically suppressed from discovery.
John Banbury commented
As we use Alma as our institutional repository, there can often be “citation only” records with no items visible to the end user that we do need to publish to Primo.
Dale Cousens commented
We would support this as long as it is optional. As the provider of a National Bibliography we do have the need to publish bib records that do not have items visible to the end-user.