RE: DELETING SHIPMENTS AFTER IMPORTING
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- Date: Thu, 14 Apr 2005 09:25:41 -0700
- From: Richard Cotenas <cotenas at csus dot edu>
- Subject: RE: DELETING SHIPMENTS AFTER IMPORTING
Happens here, too, but because I'm the only one who performs this
function, I thought it was just something in my workstation. On my
workstation, Millennium only freezes when I delete the *last* shipment. In
other words, if there are several shipments, I can delete each one without a
problem, but when I delete the last remaining one, that's when it freezes.
To get back to work, I open up the task manager and kill Millennium, then
start it up again. Really annoying, but now I know I'm not the only one.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tracie Pollin [mailto:T dot Pollin at murdoch dot edu dot au]
> Sent: Wednesday, April 13, 2005 9:42 PM
> To: kwong dot li at library dot ucsf dot edu; innopac at innopacusers dot org
> Subject: DELETING SHIPMENTS AFTER IMPORTING
> Hello there User group
> I was hoping I could get some answers to a few little bug
> bears with Importing Invoices in MilAcquis.
> One problem I have is when I go to delete a shipment - I
> highlight the particular shipment, click on delete and then
> unfortunately my computer just "hangs" and eventually throws
> me out of Millennium. When I log back in the shipment has
> deleted , but this is a real hassle. Does anyone else
> experience this problem?
> My next question relates to the reports we receive. Now I
> do get the Error log reports, but not the statistical
> reports. What I need to find in MilAcquis is where that
> range of Bib & item nos loaded is recorded?
> I do get a report detailing the file name loaded and the
> number of records but not the actual range of nos.
> Is this now recorded elsewhere?
> Thanks for "listening" and I hope to receive some constructive feedback
> Tracie L. Pollin
> Acquisitions/Cataloguing Supervisor
> Murdoch University Library
> PO Box 1014
> WA 6155
> Ph: 08 9360 6009
> Fax:08 9310 4010
> email:tpollin at murdoch dot edu dot au
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