Re: [IUG] Weird 856 linking in Firefox on Windows XP
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- Date: Tue, 18 Jul 2006 13:22:25 -0400
- From: Jeff Campbell <jcampbell at unc dot edu>
- Subject: Re: [IUG] Weird 856 linking in Firefox on Windows XP
Brooks Fancher from Homewood Public Library was able to correctly answer the
question. His answer was:
" With Netlibrary this is usually caused by a cookie setting.
On Firefox, check Tools - Options - Privacy - Cookies to see the cookie
settings. "Allow Sites to set cookies" must be checked and "for
originating sites only" must be unchecked.
There are also some advanced things that can happen, like removing
cookies and telling it to not allow the site to set anymore cookies. To
check on this, you can click on the exceptions and look to see if any
sites have been blocked from setting cookies. "
On 7/18/06 12:34 PM, "Bob Duncan" <duncanr at lafayette dot edu> wrote:
> At 11:51 AM 07/18/2006 -0400, Jeff wrote:
>> The link actually goes into NetLibrary and gives me an error that reads "You
>> have reached this page incorrectly." The funny thing is if you copy the URL
>> from the bib record then the link works fine. This is what the 856 field
>> looks like.
>> 856 4 0 |3Available via UNC-CH libraries
> The 856 links to items produced by doing a keyword search in your catalog
> for "netlibrary" work fine for me in Firefox on WinXP. But the URLs in the
> MARC record don't look like the one you show above; the ones I see go
> straight to NetLibrary. The URL above sends me through a proxy.
> Can you provide the title for a problem record?
> Bob Duncan
> Robert E. Duncan
> Systems Librarian
> Editor of IT Communications
> Lafayette College
> Easton, PA 18042
> duncanr at lafayette dot edu
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