Kyle's suggestion to try the III listserv is a good one. Trying to use III's tokens within a script I would
figure is challenging at best given their proprietary nature.and their quirks -- not the least of which are that
when used on a web page the token must be on a line by itself and must start in column 1.
My best guess is that if your statement were to work at all it would probably have to be formatted in 3 separate lines
similar to this:
<a href="http://testingserver.cwu.edu/myapp.php?callnum= <http://testingserver.cwu.edu/myapp.php?callnum=>
and even then it might not work the code is not on the III server.
Lots of luck trying.
Giles W. Riesner, Jr.
Lead Library Technician, Library Technology
Community College of Baltimore County
Catonsville Campus Library
From: Code for Libraries on behalf of Gavin Spomer
Sent: Tue 10/9/2012 2:28 PM
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Subject: [CODE4LIB] Getting The Call Number In bib_display.html On III System
I'm trying to figure out the III web dev interface in the Millenium java client. What a clunky, rinky-dink interface, IMHO! :)
I want to be able to display an item's call number in bib_display.html so I can feed it to a php script on another web server. It was suggested to me that the token for that was:
I tried that on our staging site, but it does not display anything. Specifically, I put in:
The link with text "TEST-LINK" displayed, but the callnum parameter wasn't added.
Can anyone point this guy in the right direction?
Central Washington University