Matthias Einbrodt

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    Matthias Einbrodt commented  · 

    I think it would be a good idea to extend the idea even furhter and implement an intermediate popup for all criticial "delete operations" in Primo.

    Regards, ME

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    Matthias Einbrodt commented  · 

    Hi Dan,

    I would argue yes since reasonable fast networks are not (yet) everywhere.

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    Matthias Einbrodt commented  · 

    Hi Asaf,

    thanks for the comment. My idea goes actually in both directions. While it is important to expand the number of result fields obtained by a single request using the parameters you just mentioned it is in my opinion also important to filter or restrict them beforehand in order to prevent overhead data and to reduce the amount of client side code.

    In my development work I've done so far with the Alma and Primo APIs, I repeatably made the experience that I only use a maximum of 50% of all the fields from the responses of requests to the Alma and Primo APIs.

    A filtering mechanism on the server side which would work in exactly the opposite way as the "addfields" parameter of Primo's PNX REST API might therefore be very handy.

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