Thursday, October 25, 2007 8:12 PM
"Woburn, MA (October 25, 2007) - Just a year and a half after selling its 100th Inmagic® Genie integrated library system, Inmagic, Inc. passed another milestone: its 200th Genie customer....."
Read the full news release
and contact us
if you are interested in discussing how Genie might benefit your organization.
Publicly available Genie catalogs are added to our database of sites using Inmagic software as we hear about them - see the canned search link at http://www.andornot.com/WebPubLinks/
. We provide this service to allow prospective and existing clients an opportunity to see how others are using the software. Please let us know if you would like us to add your catalog or other databases or use the online submission form
Thursday, October 25, 2007 8:04 PM
Check out the latest issue of the @Inmagic newsletter. Please contact us if you would like further information on any of the products or topics mentioned.
@Inmagic October Newsletter Table of Contents:
- Inmagic Passes 200th Genie Milestone
- Presto/Genie bilingual and localization project proceeding
- Presto v2.1 released
- DB/Text Version 11 coming soon
Tips & Tricks:
- Inmagic® Genie: Add a validation list to the Publisher field on the Edit Order page
- Jane Kenamore: New Fellow of the Society of American Archivists
- Deserving information professionals recognized by the SLA
- AALL Amazon.com gift certificate winner
- ILS to the Stars: Inmagic customer has film accepted to 2007 United Nations Association Film Festival
- American Philatelic Society's new online catalog
- Museums Australia award winners
- Learn about best practices in research asset management
Inmagic® Genie webinars
Inmagic® Presto webinars
Inmagic product training
- Internet Librarian 2007, October 29-31 in Monterey
Monday, October 22, 2007 11:21 PM
The Saskatoon Public Library
has been a long time user of Inmagic
software. They use Inmagic's WebPublisher PRO to publish a whole myriad of databases for the reading and curious public. From the Saskatoon Obituary Index and Saskatchewan Art Exhibition Catalogues to the Saskatoon Directory of Community Information, there is something for everybody! The main library catalogue is managed by a much larger system, but these smaller databases, which would get lost in a bigger system or not fit at all, have found a home with Inmagic's powerful searching capabilities.
The Saskatoon Public Library In-House Databases
, as this eclectic mix of disparate data is called, can be searched individually or all at the same time with Andornot's OneSearch
add-on. The likelihood that you would search all 19 databases all at the same time is a bit slim, but if, for example, you were researching the "prairie
" you would find, results in the Government Publications, Canadian Young Adult Literature, Local History Room Collections, Novels in Sequence, Sheet Music at the Library, and University and College Calendars and others. Then you could read all the titles in the Anne of the Prairie
Series, while humming Bury Me Not on the Loan Prairie
, as you consider attending Grande Prairie
Test out SPL's OneSearch and think about your OneSearch
possibilities. Do you have multiple databases? Would they lend themselves to being searched all at once? Contact Andornot
Monday, October 15, 2007 3:13 PM
In Visual Studio 2005, the default is to not automatically insert attribute value quotes when typing in the HTML editor. I don't like that. If you're like me, change this default behaviour by going to Tools -> Options -> Text Editor -> HTML -> Format. Then check off "Insert attribute value quotes when typing."
On another note, you'll notice the "Insert attribute value quotes when formatting" checkbox right below. This is on by default; I find it very useful in that one of my favourite shortcut key chords (ctrl-K, ctrl-F) not only formats the selected text, but also then automatically enters any missing attribute value quotes.
Friday, October 05, 2007 12:40 PM
Back in the summer I described an issue with ASP.NET AJAX. The session solution dealt with things well enough (and note the update to simply disable session in a page-by-page basis for all but the pages requiring reading or writing to the session), but I'm still getting the occasional SystemWeb.HttpException where there's a problem with the RoleManager module:
Server cannot modify cookies after HTTP headers have been sent.
Stack trace: at System.Web.HttpCookieCollection.Add(HttpCookie cookie) at System.Web.Security.RoleManagerModule.OnLeave(Object source, EventArgs eventArgs)
It turns out I've had to disable role caching as per the article I mentioned in the last post until either the ASP.NET Role Manager is fixed or I decide to write/find a custom role module. What's interesting is that the roles are not ever being changed in the pages throwing the exception! Harumph. Back to looking at jQuery from here on in.
Has anyone come up with a solution for this so that the roles data store is not being hit on every page load?
UPDATE: As per the comments below, apparently this has been fixed in ASP.NET 3.5, but there are no plans to back port the fix to 2.0.