Issue with "Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België" sources
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When searching under the sources "Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België (ouder)" and "Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België (recent)", I always get the following results:
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An example search was "9090043365".
Something definitely looks wrong with the definitions for those two sources.
If you choose
instead, your search for 9090043365 will return
Categorical type theory
by Bartholomeus Paulus Franciscus Jacobs (S.l.: s.n., 1991)
However all three sources are described as:0/ (which is not really helpful), but Koninklijke Bibliotheek has a bit more about record encoding (utf-8) and record syntax (USMARC). I think these are not z39.50 sources but hand coded by LT?
Apparently the bug has been seen before and fixed.
>3 lesmel: yes, and I don't know how to talk SRU'ish :-)
Is there anything we can do? Or is it up to LT admins to fix the "Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België (ouder)" and "Koninklijke Bibliotheek van België (recent)" sources? I can really see any details on those two.
Thanks for the report. I've alerted Chris C., since >5 lesmel: mentions this is an issue that requires staff intervention.
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Category: Add books - Broken sources
Assigned to ccatalfo
Reported by ryanakca
Jan 21, 8:20pm
123 days since last change
Reported. ryanakca (Jan 21, 8:20pm)
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