Defining the library on the collection deletes the library previously set on the portfolios of the collection, and portfolios now inherit the library from the collection. This has the following implications:
Selecting a library on an electronic collection deletes the library on all its portfolios. The deleted libraries cannot be restored. For this reason, when you add a library to a collection, a popup message is displayed: "Setting a library to the electronic collection will delete any existing library value from all its portfolios, and they will inherit the collection's library definition. This action will be done by a background process and cannot be reversed." Confirm this message to proceed. Alma displays a success message with the job ID and a link to the Monitor Jobs page where you can track the job.
This option is used when the library does not want to publish the bibliographic records of the collection and its content to Primo or to use the collection in the link resolver. It can be used for all collections that use Link in record type of linking in CDI, regardless of whether the collection has portfolios or not. Content of collections that are using Link in record type of linking in CDI are set to full text available on the collection level. If Do not show as Full Text available in CDI even if active in Alma is selected as well, an error is generated when saving.
To deactivate an electronic collection of type database, delete the URL from the electronic collection and suppress the bibliographic record. For customers using CDI, this ensures that the content from this database will no longer appear and will be flagged as Full text available in CDI, unless the CDI-only full text activation setting is used for the database. In this case, remove the CDI-only full text activation flag. To ensure the content of the collection will no longer be searchable (and appear in the CDI expanded search results), the collection should also be deactivated for search in CDI.
When you select "Part of an electronic collection", a popup opens where you need to select the electronic collection to which to link the portfolio. The selection screen that opens all collections, but allows selecting only the collections that match your role scope(s). For details, see Library set on electronic resource. When linking a standalone portfolio that has a library set, and attaching it to an electronic collection that has a library set, the portfolio's library is deleted. When the library of the standalone portfolio and the library of the destination electronic collection are different, a warning is displayed on the collection selecting popup (see below): "The portfolio you are about to attach has a different library definition than the selected electronic collection.Once confirmed, the portfolio will inherit the electronic collection's library definition. Note that this action cannot be reversed."
When you choose an electronic collection that this portfolio will be part of, and this electronic collection has a library set, then the "Library" parameter displays the library set on the selected electronic collection in read-only mode. If the collection does not have a library set, then you set a library for the portfolio. You can only select from libraries within your role's scope. For details, see Library set on electronic resource.
This read-only parameter displays the library inherited by the portfolio--which is the library set for the electronic collection. For details about library inheritance by portfolios, see Library Set on Electronic Resource. This parameter is not displayed for standalone portfolios (which are always in the scope of the user role).
Select the library for the portfolio. Note that this field is displayed only when a library was not defined on the collection. If the library was defined for the collection, the portfolio inherits this library and it appears in the read-only "Electronic collection library" field. For details about library inheritance by portfolios, see Library Set on Electronic Resource.
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