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The X Factor -- The Aleph X Server: What It Does and How To Use It

Stephens, Owen (2004) The X Factor -- The Aleph X Server: What It Does and How To Use It. In: North American Aleph User Group Fifth Annual Meeting, June 13-16, 2004, Massachuesetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA.

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This session will outline what the ALEPH X-Server is and how it is being exploited at Royal Holloway. Using simple Perl and XSLT, I will demonstrate possible uses of the X-Server, including: Search interfaces; Reading lists; Authentication; Embedding ALEPH search results into a web page; Displaying user account details. Audience: Library systems staff; other staff may be interested in the examples of how we exploit the X-Server. The demonstrations are intended for any level of expertise, but the detail of how they are achieved will require some understanding of xml, xslt and Perl (or similar scripting languages). Version: 14.2 and above, with X-Server available Educational outcome: Participants should be aware of how to find out if they have the X-Server installed, licensed and running. Participants should understand the functions available via the X-Server. Participants will see how the X-Server functions can be used in a service environment.

Item Type:Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Event Title:North American Aleph User Group Fifth Annual Meeting
Subjects:Aleph
Divisions:North American Aleph Users Group (NAAUG)
ID Code:99
Deposited By: Pascal Calarco
Deposited On:07 Aug 2009 19:57
Last Modified:27 May 2016 21:03

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