Re: millenium ILL
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- Date: Thu, 13 Dec 2001 15:01:48 -0700 (MST)
- From: Carol Gyger <gyger@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: millenium ILL
We use the Percon PT2000 for inventory with III's Portable File Transfer
software. When a barcode is scanned on the PT2000, the barcode appears
twice in the display. However, the barcode is really only recorded once
in the scanner file. It hasn't presented a problem. I would suggest you
download the file and look to see if barcodes are repeated.
Fort Collins Public Library
201 Peterson St.
Fort Collins CO 80524
On Thu, 13 Dec 2001, Ann Blakely wrote:
> Hi, All. I have tried to read the older posts on this, but don't find the
> answers I seek yet. Can someone using the Millenium ILL answer a few
> questions for me? We have been using the text-based ILL for two years and
> it has really helped us immensely. One feature we use to the fullest
> advantage is the cut and paste feature in Edit. In the Millenium, it looks
> as if you lose this in the editing section for processing new
> requests. This would be a huge setback for us as we use this to "clean up"
> requests and add important data before they go to OCLC.
> The other big disappointment I have involves the statistics part. I have
> been able to limit my search to type of request (journal or loan) and then
> see the data for each month. The millenium version looks as if I can see
> year-to-date totals for each category and total activity for each month,
> but not break it down the way I have in the past.
> Also, I can't find all the email features I used to have.
> Please tell me we have loaded something wrong and that these old features
> are not missing from Millenium. I saw that someone posted it was still in
> the testing phase. We were under the impression that it was ready to use.
> Any guidance or information would be greatly appreciated. If this has
> already been covered, just refer me to the discussion dates and I will look
> Many thanks,
> Ann Blakely
> Head of Reference Services
> McFarlin Library
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