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acq:serials:alternate_controls_tutorial [2010/12/17 15:43]
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 ===== Setting Up Routing Lists ===== ===== Setting Up Routing Lists =====
  
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 <html><span style="color: red; font-weight: bold;">As of this writing, routing lists features have been written, but have not yet been slated for inclusion in a 2.0 series Evergreen release.</span></html> <html><span style="color: red; font-weight: bold;">As of this writing, routing lists features have been written, but have not yet been slated for inclusion in a 2.0 series Evergreen release.</span></html>
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 A routing list is made up of "users," who will presumably get their hands on a copy of a serial before that copy hits its regular shelving location. Those users can be either "readers," meaning actual Evergreen users with a barcode, or "departments," which can really be anything and are represented by a free-form text field. There is also a "note" field available in either case. A routing list is made up of "users," who will presumably get their hands on a copy of a serial before that copy hits its regular shelving location. Those users can be either "readers," meaning actual Evergreen users with a barcode, or "departments," which can really be anything and are represented by a free-form text field. There is also a "note" field available in either case.
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