Tuesday, October 31, 2006 5:25 PM
How many billions of times have I done this and I still forget? I'm talking about how to remove the "Powered by DB/Text WebPublisher from INMAGIC" text from the bottom of your search results. You may laugh at my inability to remember such a simple thing, but even if just for my own sake, I'm making a note of it here while I still remember from yet another time I couldn't quite recall the process:
- Locate the inmagic.ini settings file (do yourself a favor and simply search across your entire drive for all instances of this file as it can be, among other places, in your Windows directory, in your Inmagic Program Files directory, and/or etc.).
- Add the following text to the bottom of the file:
- And while you're at it, add IgnoreAccents too (ignores accents in searching, for i.e. searching on Université with ignore accents on, ahem, ignores the accents. Yes, Ted of the brilliant explanations. Trust me, this is a good thing:
- You'll likely have to reset IIS to get the settings to hold. Easiest way to do this is Start Menu -> Run -> type in "iisreset" (without the quotes) and enter.
Friday, October 27, 2006 2:37 PM
PRCVI's new Vision Teacher and Resource Contacts
database has just been launched. Other databases include catalogues of Visual Impairment
and Print Disability
materials with login and ordering options.
PRCVI's integrated library system uses the Andornot Library Kit
(ALK) as well as the WebPublisher Developer Kit
for their online databases.
Friday, October 27, 2006 2:33 PM
The Law Society of Newfoundland hired Andornot Consulting to upgrade their Law Library web catalogue
using parts of the Andornot Starter Kit
. The textbase web forms utilizes DB/TextWorks seams to integrate their web site template.
Friday, October 27, 2006 2:29 PM
The Arctic Health Publications Database
contains bibliographic information, abstracts, and links to full-text journal articles, reports, newspapers, conference proceedings, grey literature, and other documents and non-print materials.
Andornot Consulting recently redesigned their web search results interface to allow users to email, save or print selected results.
Friday, October 27, 2006 2:26 PM
The updated web interface now includes more payment options for orders from the public (including credit card processing) and a login system for staff and agencies to bypass this when requesting items.
Visit the AADAC Addictions Resources Catalogue @ http://aadac.andornot.com/