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The University of Pittsburgh would like to be able to view and sort by appointment date/time when viewing scheduled requests in the Awaiting Request Processing grid. That information is currently not available. Right now, they can only view and sort by appointment ID1 voteclosed · AdminKatie Gillespie (Special Collections & Archives Program Manager, Atlas Systems, Inc.) responded
This is currently possible by adding the StartTime and/or StopTime columns to the request queue grid.
All requests are created using the Document Type default. Sites with multiple document types have to manually edit each request created via the Request from File feature to use the correct document type. This can be very time consuming for staff and it would be better to define document type via the upload file.5 votesclosed · AdminKatie Gillespie (Special Collections & Archives Program Manager, Atlas Systems, Inc.) responded
This functionality should already be possible. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org if you run into issues with the upload. If you receive an error, please include a screenshot.
I'm trying to write a query that would tell me if an item has been placed on hold but never checked out. I can run a report for everything that's been placed on hold in a given time (tracking.changedto = 13) or checked out (changedto = 11 ), but am not sure how to combine them. Any ideas?
Currently, in the Staff Client "Activities" tab, using the Custom Auto Filter on the Name column, it is impossible to filter by the operator "Contains". The operator "Contains" is, however, available in custom searches for Patron, Transactions, and Activity records in the staff client. It would be incredibly useful if you could add the operator "Contains" to the drop-down operator options in the Custom Auto Filter for the Name field in the list of currently active Activities on the home screen in the Staff Client.3 votes
Differentiate the TEST and PRODUCTION envoronments. The background for TEST could be red, instead of blue, for instance.
When using TEST and PRODUCTION systems on the same machine (frowned upon, I know, but it happens), it would be very helpful to have a visual separation between the two systems. Test = Red. Prod = Blue. It's as easy as that. (Or is that very hard?)... Thanks!2 votesclosed · AdminKatie Gillespie (Special Collections & Archives Program Manager, Atlas Systems, Inc.) responded
The next version of Aeon will include client skins that individuals can use to change the theme of each client, customization manager, staff manager. You can use this feature to differentiate between Prod and Test.
On the Flag slip that is inserted into the items could we have a date format option similar to the "Date" for the "Date required" field. eg: 21-May-17 instead of 5/21/2017, please.2 votes
Fixed locally on callslip template.
With recent changes to OCLC's CONTENTdm user interface, it looks like the Aeon button JS package no longer renders. Would it be possible to update the button so it works in the new Responsive UI website?1 vote
Atlas released a new version of the ContentDM integration to work with the newer version in August 2018. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
This option is already available from the current default Aeon pages. The calendar is controlled by the scheduled-date.js file. Pages are available to download here: https://prometheus.atlas-sys.com/display/aeon/Aeon+4.0+Downloads
Information about editing the calendar is here: https://prometheus.atlas-sys.com/display/aeon/Editing+the+Dropdown+Calendar
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