Re: Total Number of Live Volumes in System...?
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- Date: Tue, 01 Jun 2004 15:41:57 -0700
- From: Sandy Heft <sandy.heft@xxxxxxxxxx>
- Subject: Re: Total Number of Live Volumes in System...?
This is easily found by keying MIFS from the main menu in the character
M > MANAGEMENT information
I > INFORMATION about the system
F > FILE information
S > SYSTEM status
The info listed at the top of the screen like this shows you how many
records you have of each type under 'current #:
INNOVATIVE SYSTEM STATUS
RECORD TYPE LAST REC# CURRENT# MAX ALLOWED #DELETED
BIBLIOGRAPHIC 15292204 493894 750000 35324
ORDER 10258097 24572 27000 1236
CHECKIN 10177875 16051 26000 1736
AUTHORITY 1281278x 279370 500000 1908
ITEM 18963006 636671 1000000 259629
PATRON 10292639 21158 23000 8105
COURSE 10020111 795 2000 1216
If you want the numbers broken down by location, etc., you can run
statistics on the whole database by going into Statistics and choosing
R > To enter a RANGE of Record Numbers
Enter starting record # : .o
Change the .o to .i and hit return return. The system will put in the first
and last item numbers.
O > Statistical report based on all OTHER record data elements
and you will get a quick and easy report of the fixed field data in you item
records. You can do similar reports with the other record types.
Let me know if you still have questions.
Technical Services Librarian
Jean & Charles Schulz Information Center
Sonoma State University
1801 E. Cotati Avenue
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
> From: "Stephen McLaughlin" <sMcLaughlin@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Reply-To: IUG INNOPAC List <innopac@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Date: Tue, 1 Jun 2004 15:17:26 -0700
> To: "IUG INNOPAC List" <innopac@xxxxxxxxxx>
> Subject: Total Number of Live Volumes in System...?
> I'm feeling very stupid right now, but being still relatively new to the
> system I haven't been asked for this before, and an admittedly cursory
> search of the manual did not reveal anything useful.
> I have been asked for the number of volumes (items) that are in the
> database. For that matter, I'd like to also get the number of bib and
> authority records. It seems to me I've seen this somewhere in Management
> Information or someplace, but for the life of me I can't find it. Can
> anyone help to enlighten this poor benighted soul?
> Many thanks!
> Steve McLaughlin
> San Francisco Public Library
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