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  1. Joe Montibello
  2. Sierra/ Millennium/ Encore
  3. Friday, December 08 2017, 08:23 AM
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Hi,

We're on Sierra 3.3 and use webpac. We've had an issue that we've known about since we went to 3.2 back in the summer, where doing an index browse (title, author, subject) and then trying to use the "Limit/Sort" page doesn't work. When we do an index browse and then try to limit/sort, we always get the same error: "A limit code could not be interpreted. Check lsearch."

We've got a ticket open on this but it's been at Software engineering for months with no information coming back to us. Any thoughts you all have would be much appreciated.

Take care,
Joe M.

joseph.montibello@dartmouth.edu
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Joe - I had delayed in responding because at the time we were not on 3.3. We now are and I can't repreduce this error. As I think the discussion on the Sierra listserv indicated, there may be a corrupt lsearch configuration file? Wish I could be more helpful.

bjuhl@uark.edu
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Hi,

Thanks for checking this! We have looked at our lsearch file, and asked III to check on it, and tried replacing the contents of the search file with just the <!--{limitsortform}--> token, as someone on the Sierra list suggested, but none of these things have helped.

We have been told by III support that they will not be able to fix this issue before calendar year 2019.

Take care,
Joe M.

joseph.montibello@dartmouth.edu
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