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jmulvaney [EDS & eJournal Content]
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   * [[hlm_admin_maintenance|HLM Admin Maintenance]]   * [[hlm_admin_maintenance|HLM Admin Maintenance]]
   * [[ebsco_regular_tasks|EDS & HLM Regular Tasks]]   * [[ebsco_regular_tasks|EDS & HLM Regular Tasks]]
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 +Per Steve, here’s how records get from Aleph to EDS:
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 +"We run a job on ALEPH every day (except Sundays) at about noon which finds any bibs or holdings that have been added, deleted or edited within the past 3 days.  The reason we wait till the next day is we wait for the union view process in ALEPH to run its overnight process. ​  The process collects a union-view bib for those records, the preferred full bib with holdings location/​url data attached (852/856) and send them to EBSCO via FTP. EBSCO gets these records by early afternoon and they are generally loaded in EDS by late afternoon."​
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 ==== Searching, Results, Delivery, etc. Tabs ==== ==== Searching, Results, Delivery, etc. Tabs ====
 The Searching tab contains all the functionality for basic and advanced searching in EDS. Like searching, the Results tab contains all functionality for adjusting how search results are displayed to the end users. The Delivery Options tab changes what end users see for options to interact with a record in EDS. Changing any of these settings **will** affect end users, and should never be done without testing the outcome first. The Searching tab contains all the functionality for basic and advanced searching in EDS. Like searching, the Results tab contains all functionality for adjusting how search results are displayed to the end users. The Delivery Options tab changes what end users see for options to interact with a record in EDS. Changing any of these settings **will** affect end users, and should never be done without testing the outcome first.
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    * Linked Full Text (Smart Linking+)    * Linked Full Text (Smart Linking+)
        * These appear when EDS wants to link us to something we buy from EBSCO, but that they do not publish. This is for things like eJournals, packages, etc. These links are powered by the EJS Knowledgebase (EBSCONet) and **NOT** HLM.        * These appear when EDS wants to link us to something we buy from EBSCO, but that they do not publish. This is for things like eJournals, packages, etc. These links are powered by the EJS Knowledgebase (EBSCONet) and **NOT** HLM.
 +         * Since we have disabled order integration for the FTF Migration, we will no longer encounter Linked Full Text button in our Live EDS profile.
    * CustomLinks (Including: UMlinks, ILL Request, Catalog Links, Connect to Resource, Configured Publisher Icon)    * CustomLinks (Including: UMlinks, ILL Request, Catalog Links, Connect to Resource, Configured Publisher Icon)
        * These are managed by UMass to facilitate full text linking to content we subscribe to outside of EBSCO (although this is not a hard rule.) If there is not a Smart Link, SmartLink+, or CustomLink, then the SFX or ILL button will appear on a record.        * These are managed by UMass to facilitate full text linking to content we subscribe to outside of EBSCO (although this is not a hard rule.) If there is not a Smart Link, SmartLink+, or CustomLink, then the SFX or ILL button will appear on a record.
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        * Our label is "​Discovery Search: Find books, articles, DVDs & more."        * Our label is "​Discovery Search: Find books, articles, DVDs & more."
    * Basic Search    * Basic Search
-       ​* ​**DO NOT TOUCH.** This HTML code is for the search ​box on the Library website home page.+       ​* ​We used the advanced ​search ​in EDS, any changes made to this field will not actually display to patrons.
    * Additional Options    * Additional Options
        * Leave this checked as enhanced so that we can control more.        * Leave this checked as enhanced so that we can control more.
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        * Top Right Branding: This can either be a text link, or a hyperlinked image. We use the green "Ask Us" box in lieu of an Ask-a-Librarian button in the top ribbon.        * Top Right Branding: This can either be a text link, or a hyperlinked image. We use the green "Ask Us" box in lieu of an Ask-a-Librarian button in the top ribbon.
    * Bottom Branding    * Bottom Branding
-       * We have not changed ​the default ​bottom branding.+       * We have made extensive changes to the bottom branding. ​Most important are: 
 +         * Capitalize Location Limiter 
 +           * Unclear if this is for the breadbox limiters or in the advanced search screen 
 +         * RTAC Sorter App 
 +           * Sorts UMass Sub-Libraries to the top of the RTA 
 +         * Changes clear button to new search 
 +         * Favicon Switcher App 
 +           * Changes the browser tab icon to the "​M"​ 
 +         * Auto Select Limiter 
 +           * Unclear 
 +         * Modify PFI Exact Match Placard 
 +           * Unclear what this is powering with the new exact match placard 
 +         * Google Analytics 
 +           * Not fully configured 
 +         * Libanswers Ask us Right tab
  
 ==== EBSCO Core Indexes ==== ==== EBSCO Core Indexes ====
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       * There is no way to tell beyond this list what content is in either of these core Indexes. EBSCO keeps it quiet for business reasons. You can always try searching for something in Discovery and limiting to one of these Content Providers to see where the metadata is coming from.       * There is no way to tell beyond this list what content is in either of these core Indexes. EBSCO keeps it quiet for business reasons. You can always try searching for something in Discovery and limiting to one of these Content Providers to see where the metadata is coming from.
   * eBook Index: Includes metadata and searchable full text for more than hundreds of thousands of eBooks and is designed to facilitate discovery and linking of the eBooks you purchase directly from primary publishers such as Wiley, Sage, Cambridge University Press, and Oxford University Press.   * eBook Index: Includes metadata and searchable full text for more than hundreds of thousands of eBooks and is designed to facilitate discovery and linking of the eBooks you purchase directly from primary publishers such as Wiley, Sage, Cambridge University Press, and Oxford University Press.
 +    * We use "eBook Collection (EBSCOhost) (nlebk)"​ which is powering our order integration where EBSCO eBook metadata and linking appears in EDS and prevents the related Aleph record from showing.
 +    * The actual "eBook Index (edsebk)"​ is not enabled as it is literally the entire universe of eBook content in EDS. Since we are loading records into Aleph it doesn'​t need to be on.
   * Academic Search and Business Source: Includes metadata for more than these two resources. EDS suggests that we enable them regardless of subscription.   * Academic Search and Business Source: Includes metadata for more than these two resources. EDS suggests that we enable them regardless of subscription.
   * EBSCO Partner Databases: Publishers and databases partnered with EBSCO to provide metadata for EDS searching.   * EBSCO Partner Databases: Publishers and databases partnered with EBSCO to provide metadata for EDS searching.
 +    * Check the wiki for more information about content. It is not actually that helpful.
   * Subject Indexes: Includes databases that do not work directly with discovery services, ​ such as: America: History & Life, Art Abstracts, Atla Religion Database, Biological Abstracts, CAB Abstracts, CINAHL, EconLit, PsycINFO, RILM Abstracts of Music Literature, and more.   * Subject Indexes: Includes databases that do not work directly with discovery services, ​ such as: America: History & Life, Art Abstracts, Atla Religion Database, Biological Abstracts, CAB Abstracts, CINAHL, EconLit, PsycINFO, RILM Abstracts of Music Literature, and more.
  
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 ===== EDS & eJournal Content ===== ===== EDS & eJournal Content =====
-eJournal content is managed through the connection to [[hlm_admin_maintenance|HLM]]. Titles enabled in HLM appear in the exact match eJournal placard, and allow for SmartLinking Plus.+eJournal content is managed through the connection to [[hlm_admin_maintenance|HLM]]. Titles enabled in HLM appear in the exact match eJournal placard.
   * SFX file to EDS for Library Collection Limiter: There is a cron job set up to transfer SFX holdings to EDS for the Library Collection Limiter. The cron runs at 4:01 am every Tuesday to be processed by EBSCO on Wednesdays at 11:00 am. The cron sends an Advanced Export serials file by ftp to EBSCO. See Steve Bischof for more information.   * SFX file to EDS for Library Collection Limiter: There is a cron job set up to transfer SFX holdings to EDS for the Library Collection Limiter. The cron runs at 4:01 am every Tuesday to be processed by EBSCO on Wednesdays at 11:00 am. The cron sends an Advanced Export serials file by ftp to EBSCO. See Steve Bischof for more information.
 +  * Once we migrate to FTF this will change.
  
  
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