Re: [IUG] recs=
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The recs= command specifies the load table the system should use when loading the record(s). The "b" load table (specified by the command recs=b) is the normal interactive loader used when someone exports a record from OCLC.
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From: innopac-bounces at innovativeusers dot org [mailto:innopac-bounces at innovativeusers dot org] On Behalf Of Fred McIlvain
Sent: Wednesday, May 02, 2012 11:22 AM
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Subject: [IUG] recs=
We are trying to sort out some load table issues. Our staff will sometimes use recs=b in the 949 field to create bibliographic records during a load. This is not setting the data conversion table to bibs, it is actually calling our "b" load table.
I've seen documentation in csdirect that states the recs= specifies the data conversion table, and documentation that says that it specifies the load table.
Does anyone have any suggestions for how this works?
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