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    Accepted  ·  Dana Moshkovits responded

    Thank you for the idea, a delete action will be added for each portfolio presented in the MDEditor-> View Inventory

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    18 comments  ·  Primo » Primo VE  ·  Admin →
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    Hi all,

    This is to update that we plan to develop this option in the future. It is not in the current roadmap for this year, and we will update as soon as we have more details about the development planning.


    Best regards,

    Yael.

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    Mark E. Braden commented  · 

    It's baffling to see "_4" interpreted as a URL intended for public display, if the 856 is merely present in a bibliographic record.

    If this is an intended behavior in VE, it seems to assume that one would craft a MARC record so it contains only data intended for public display (in one or another section).

    I'm accustomed to using the Discovery tool (which I see in VE and Primo for other fields) requiring specific coding, to make it part of the public display.

    Because 856 links may point to resources that require license, or other 'walls', what use case of common behavior in libraries would compel me to accept any 856 in public display?

    Many thanks for your efforts.

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