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Setup for LOCKSS linking

Proxy Config Entry

LOCKSS Admin Changes

Under Content Control

  • Entered IP address of SFX server into the “allow access” section

Under Content Access Option

  • Checked “Enable Content Server” and added the “public” port 8082

SFX Steps

  • Because a file was missing from the correct directory in SFX: Copied get_target_name_LOCKSS.tmpl from /templates/sfxmenu/services to /templates/simplified_template1/services
  • Used the dataloader with the file prepared as below to activate titles
  • Activated target and target service using our usual procedures.
  • Used menu display logic to have target show only if user is coming from OPAC or EJournal List or there is no other fulltext option.

Preparing a LOCKSS dataloader file for SFX

  • Retrieve a file of LOCKSS collected titles in .csv format from
    • At LOCKSS choose “Collected”, “Titles”, and “CSV”.
    • Save, don't open, and move to folder where PERL script lives (which is currently C:apps-open_perl_ide for cck). Rename if desired but keep .csv extension.
  • Open desktop PERL environment shortcut. Click Run in warning box.
  • Paste in script if not saved (if window is blank). As of this writing the script for creating a LOCKSS SFX target dataloader file from the LOCKSS box KBART output is called:
  • Edit displayed script to include name of .csv input file. Edit OUT filename in script also if desired.
  • Click run. Output file should be saved by the script to the directory where the environment resides.
  • Output file is tab delimited text. Open in Excel to add ACTIVE column if needed before using SFX dataloader.
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