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    Ian commented  · 

    To add 2 points:
    1. Currently the browse shelf listing function of MD Editor requires us to manually copy the call number and paste it in the search box. This is too tedious!

    Please devise a function key to do this task while working on the bib record. Also this should be customizable as individual libraries record the local call numbers in different MARC fields (09x MARC fields).

    2. The above-mentioned call number browsing should also allow browsing the local (IZ's) call number even though a record is shared with the NZ.

    Currently, when editing an NZ bib record, the side-by-side Browse shelf listing function under MD Editor's Tools menu is disabled. (This side-by-side browsing is working properly if we are editing an IZ bib record with MD Editor.) We must first exit from the NZ bib record, and then choose Browse shelf listing function from the Alma menu, instead. And remember, we still need to copy and paste the call number into the search box!

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    Ian commented  · 

    There is currently a limit of 1,000 records in downloading the total lists of matched and not-matched records from the job history of an import profile. Often, we need to import thousands of records in a batch. And we sometimes prefer to do a duplication check first by running the import profile that is set to No import upon match, and upon not match. And we may go back to download the match list or the not-match list for further action. But this limit of 1,000 records in downloading the match or not-match results cause inconvenience.

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