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Default logon authorization for batch processing

Find out how to run batch processing in Connexion client.

To run batch processing, you must define either:

  • default general authorization (Tools > Options > Authorizations)
    Or
  • default authorization specifically for a local file (File > Local File Manager)

If you enter an authorization/password for a local file:

  • The client overrides any general default authorization/password you set up in Tools > Options > Authorizations and uses the one you assigned to that local file.
  • The authorization/password for the local file is always listed first in the Logon OCLC dialog list (facilitates batch processing), whether or not you have the local file open.

If you do not enter an authorization/password for a local file, the client uses the general default authorization/password you set in Tools > Options > Authorizations, when you log on or run batch processing using the file.

 Note: 

  • Local files, logged on - When you are logged on, the client uses the classification scheme, holding library code, institution symbol, and (for NACO libraries) MARC OrganizationCode associated with your logon authorization.
  • Local files, offline (Required) - When you are working in local files offline, the client uses the classification scheme, holding library code, institution symbol, and NACO MARC Organization Code that you specify in Tools > Options > General. You must set these options to be able to catalog offline.
  • Local files, labeling printing - For label printing, the client uses settings such as automatic stamps and tags for pocket labels from Tools > Options > Printing, whether you are logged on or offline.

 

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