AdminDana Moshkovits (Director of Product Management, Ex Libris)

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    Hello
    Our ability to develop automatic upload of electronic holdings for T&F depends on T&F ability to support the functionality that is described here: https://developers.exlibrisgroup.com/alma/integrations/electronic_holdings/
    As far as we know the functionality does not exist for T&F, we will be happy to work with T&F on implementing the functionality.
    If you have a relevant contact we will gladly reach out.

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    Hi
    Alertantivley you can use existing functionality using the import process:
    1. create a set of all of the bibliographic records
    2. export them
    3.use the import repository profile with the following specification:
    a. Match: upon match overlay
    b. Inventory:
    b.1 operation:electronic
    b.2. portfolio type: part of an electronic collection (choose a local collection you created beforehand)
    b.3 specify the fields that youwa nt to extract from the bib and add to the portfolio such as the 856

    once you run the import it will match on the bib , foreach bib it will create a portfolio with the relevant URL that will be extracted from the 856 and will add it to the local collection you selected

    If you need assistance with setting it up - please contact Ex Libris support.

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    We have recevied te following response from EndNote:
    We support OpenURL from SFX, which offers XML responses via REST. Other services, like Primo and Alma, did not support this at the time of Find Full-Text feature development.

    However, we have already forwarded this to our Development team as an enhancement request to have this feature with the future release of the EndNote program.

    We from Technical Support are not sure how this enhancement would be prioritized in terms of upcoming development work. While all the product suggestion submissions are reviewed by development for ideas and features for new versions of the software

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    Hello,
    According to our understanding, in order to integrate Find Full Text' with Alma, End Note will need to use Alma OpenURL XML response:
    https://developers.exlibrisgroup.com/alma/integrations/discovery/services_page/
    We have contact End Note support with this information and also indicated that we will be very happy to work with them in order to enable the integration and that we are willing to make any adjustments if needed.

    We are waiting to hear back from them.

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    Hello,
    Can you please elaborate on the use case here?
    which title result are you referring to?
    Thanks
    Dana

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    Thank you for the idea, we are in contact with Julie Zhu
    (Manager, Discovery Service Relations) to work on the integration.

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