[CatSIG] OCLC service update
Janess.Stewart at natlib.govt.nz
Tue Oct 30 17:11:29 NZDT 2007
The National Library is pleased to advise progress in two areas of OCLC
service enhancment to subscribers.
* FirstSearch users have reported receiving the Error message: “The
number of simultaneous users for this authorization has been
exceeded”. National Library confirms that Te Puna subscribing
libraries are entitled to unlimited usage of FirstSearch base package.
We have contacted OCLC about this and are pleased to let you know that
this message will no longer appear on your screens. If you find
otherwise please contact us.
* The daily data synchcronisation between National Library and OCLC is
now well underway. While National Library has received and loaded
holdings and records from those libraries choosing to use OCLC Connexion
software since 1 July 2007, we were unable to send daily files of
records and holdings from Te Puna until the National Union Catalogue was
loaded to WorldCat. This work was recently completed, so now
irrespective of whether your cataloguing preference is direct to OCLC or
direct to Te Puna, a holding and/or record will be reflected on both
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