The Component Details tab displays information about the current
component, as well as information contained in the Note,
which is a free text field. A GREAT option in Workflow under
Serial Check-In is the Use persistent note option.
This allows the pop up note to appear but it does not block your work.
Here is where you can delete a selected component by using the Delete
If you click on the Predictive Component Pattern tab, you can
add issues, remove issues, change issues and change the date for the
next expected issue. The Donít Claim Issue button lets you choose
not to claim the next expected issue from this screen, or any other
expected issues. Your supervisor will tell you if you will be using
this feature. The last button is the Close Pattern button, which
we will use if a book set or serial is completed, but we want to retain
receipt history and order information.
If you click on the Start Over button, this will bring
you to the Subscription Maintenance search screen. If
you want to get back to the Serial Check-in screen, just
click on the yellow index card on the left list bar.
Now we are ready to check in the issue or issues in hand. There are
2 ways to check in issues in Voyager. You can either use the Accept
button or the Quick Check-in button.
Letís check in an issue of the Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars
using the Accept button. Click on Accept. This
brings you to a screen asking you to Select Copies to Receive or
Mark. Click in the box to the left of the selected issue and then
click on Receive. After you click on Receive, this brings
you back to the Serial Check in screen.
Now, letís check in an issue using the Quick Check in button.
All you have to do is to select the appropriate issue or issues and
click on the button. If you want to check in multiple issues, simply
highlight which issues you will check in and click on the Quick Check
To begin a new search, click on the Start Over button.