An FYI -- maybe not useful.
We're using an archaic authentication system that doesn't play that well
with LinkSource (or anything else for that matter). So, I actually tried
to set up LinkSource without hiding it behind authentication. This
turned out to be a fool's errand because there's a built-in restriction
to LinkSource: EBSCO SmartLinks (i.e., the links from LinkSource to all
your EBSCO databases) are only available when the user is authenticated.
You can build your own, as I tried to do, but the linking is far less
robust. So, I doubt you'll find many LinkSources "in the wild".
On 2013-06-05 18:25, Ross Singer wrote:
> Hi all,
> I was wondering if there was anybody on the list that works for an institution that uses EBSCO's LinkSource as their link resolver that _doesn't_ hide it behind their single sign-on service. Or, alternately, if you know of one (from somewhere other than where you work), that's welcome, too.
> I'm trying to find a cross-section to see how much variation occurs, but having very little luck finding examples that aren't password protected.