Re: Circulations per hour
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Yes, thank you all. I did not know what that arrow was for.
Mieko Yamaguchi <iss053 at bangor dot ac dot uk> wrote:Fran,
Is the location (terminal/statistic group) where your laptops circulate
the first terminal/statistic group? In telnet you had the choice of:
E > Report for EACH term/statgrp
O > Report for ONE term/statgrp
In Millennium you get the report for each terminal/statistic group
appearing on one page. In order to see reports for other groups, click
the down arrow next to the Millennium logo at the top of the screen.
Does this answer your question?
On Mon, 16 May 2005, Fran Levin wrote:
> Yes, all I am seeing there is the laptop circulation that is an hourly circ.
> At 03:26 AM 5/16/2005, you wrote:
> >In Millennium Web Management Reports, Circ Activity -> Hourly/Items gives
> >exactly the same results as hourly circ statistics by items in the telnet
> >report. The user manual page #105438 confirms that the Millennium report
> >for hourly circ activity reports the number of items checked out (or the
> >number of patrons who checked out items).
> >Are you seeing different numbers in Millennium and telnet reports?
Mieko Yamaguchi m dot yamaguchi at bangor dot ac dot uk
Technical Services Manager/System Coordinator +44 (0)1248 382970
Main Library, University of Wales Bangor, UK +44 (0)1248 382979 (Fax)
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