Series Checks in Voyager
Let's try another search. Go back into Cataloging and do
a journal title search on Comparative social research. Let's say that
you have an order request in hand for vol.19. Once we've brought up the
record, click on the Get holdings icon.
Volume 19 is not received. Go to the Record menu>View line items in
Acquisitions and bring up the Order tab. We can see that this is a continuation
order. Click on the ellipsis in the Order Number field to bring up the
To view receipts, go to the Check-in tab, click on the Serials History
icon, and search on Comparative social research. Here we can see that
volume 19 has been received (but not yet added to the catalog record.)
Let's try looking for a bookset standing order. Do a journal
title search for Adams family correspondence.
We come up with no match. Now repeat the same search as a Title (Bib)
search. Here we come up with one match.
Why did it match on the Title(Bib) search but not on the Journal title
search? It is coded as a bookset (see leader). The journal title search
is looking for the value "s" in the Bibliographic level field. Booksets
are coded as "m" (multi-volume monographs)
Once we find the bib record, again, we click on holdings to check the
volumes received, and go to the Record menu. View line items in
Acquisitions to check for a standing order. This time we see the message
"This title does not appear on any purchase order." So, although we own
several volumes of this set, we do not have a standing order. You don't
need to look any further.
If there are multiple orders in the Acquisitions database for a particular
title, the display is a little different.
Let's go back into Cataloging and do a Journal title search on
Journal of abnormal child psychology. Once again, if you are looking for
a specific issue, bring up the holdings record to check for it.
Now let's go to the Record menu. View line items in Acquisitions
to check for a standing order.
What sometimes happens with multiple line items is that they open a box
listing the line items, then minimize it. If you look at your task bar
you will see a Line item button. Click on the button to bring up the window.
Notice as you scroll to the right in this box that both line item type
and at least parts of the line item notes display to help you determine
which record you want to look at. Here we have a single order and a subscription.
Highlight one line and click on details to view more information about
[Series Checks in Voyager
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