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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 title list, choose “Collected”, “Journals”, “Titles”, and “CSV”, click “List Titles”.
    • Save, don't open, and move to folder where PERL script lives (which is currently C:apps/open_perl_ide). Rename if desired but keep .csv extension (currently add “sskcol001.library.umass.edu_” to beginning of file name).
  • Open desktop PERL environment shortcut (C:\apps\open perl ide\\).
  • 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. DEACTIVATE titles in LOCKSS target before using dataloader to load current title list. Remove rows lacking ISSNs (necessary?) before using dataloader.
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