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Routine Server-based Bulk Notice Generation: Notes on the Gory Details

Corrigan, Peter (2004) Routine Server-based Bulk Notice Generation: Notes on the Gory Details. In: North American Aleph User Group Fifth Annual Meeting, June 13-16, 2004, Massachuesetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

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A simplified approach to routine bulk-notice generation, without recourse to the Task Manager, is described. A locally developed server-based application embeds an XSLT processor, thus exploiting existing style sheets. Notice branding is facilitated without requiring knowledge of XSLT using arbitrary HTML headers and footers. By utilizing MIME subtype Multipart/alternative, Email attachments are avoided. Audience: ALEPH system administrators, circulation back-office staff Version: 15 and above Educational outcome: This poster session seeks to educate about the customization potential inherent in ALEPH's multi-tiered printing architecture. The session may stimulate others as to the wonderful opportunities made possible by this architecture.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Event Title:North American Aleph User Group Fifth Annual Meeting
Subjects:Meeting Minutes
Aleph
Divisions:North American Aleph Users Group (NAAUG)
ID Code:69
Deposited By: Pascal Calarco
Deposited On:07 Aug 2009 18:32
Last Modified:27 May 2016 21:03

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