Hi, Everyone: We just purchase a ID card printer to print our library card by using Koha system.The printer has double-sided printing function, and we want to print out the library card front and back in one action. So just wondering that ----Can partron card creator generate the front and the back of the library card into one PDF file? And also anyone has some experience for handleing print out patron cards in a efficient way by using the patron card creator,please share with us, we will really appreciate your sharing.Thanks!! Sincerely,Jiahui
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> Hi everybody,
> I have set the ISBD punctuation in the Administrator preferences, so that I
> don't have to insert manually the punctuation in cataloging; I have also set
> the punctuation in the MARC21slim2OPACDetail.xsl file for the Normal View.
> My question is:
> is correct to have MARC21 tag without a punctuation?
> I mean, if another Libray, that doesn't use Koha, import my records with
> Z29.50, it will have all my tags without punctuation.
> What do you think?
> Thanks and kind regards
Indeed - if you want to interchange MARC21 records, the ISBD punctuation
should be included in the record, although because of the acceptance of
MARC proposal 2010-07 , if you want you can set the Leader/18 to 'c' and
omit the *ending* punctuation from the records (although ISBD punctuation
within a field must still be included).
This isn't an optimal situation of course, as it imposes
unnecessary redundancy in MARC21 records. There is a recommendation 
from a PCC task force I was on to remove ISBD punctuation from MARC21; you
may find it interesting reading.
if you edit
look the word "Descriptive" (template for leader 18), and add the
following code between "a" and "i" options
At 11:45 AM 1/7/2013 -0500, Jared Camins-Esakov wrote:
> > I already signed off on your patch for 9357 and marked it as a blocker for
> > 9358, so if you're working on 9358, you may as well leave 9357 unless Jared
> > wants a squashed patch.
>Since it's simple and done, perhaps we could just get a QA team member's
>eyes on it?
I can confirm that it is fully functional and does not appear to break
anything on 3.8.5 (sandbox.)