On 10/24/12 2:40 PM, Jonathan Rochkind wrote:
> Primo, by default, will suppress some content from end-users unless they
> are authenticated, no? Maybe that's what "restricted search scopes"
> are? I'm not talking about your locally indexed content, but about the
> "PrimoCentral" index of scholarly articles.
> At least I know the Primo API requires you to tell it if end-users are
> authenticated or not, and suppresses some results if they are not. I
> assume Primo 'default' interface must have the same restrictions?
I've worked with library systems that redirect you to a login page when
they detect an attempt to access a restricted resource. I don't
recommend this approach; it may have worked OK 10 years ago, but it
plays badly with AJAX pages, which have become very common.
Gary McGath, Professional Software Developer http://www.garymcgath.com