I am kind of
answering my own questions here now, but it might be useful for someone
The reason my z3950
server didn't behave properly seems that in my imported biblio there were some
author names with quotation marks around them and some that had not. (Don't ask
me why, I have no clue)
I removed all
quotation marks and re-imported my list, and it works well now. Pretty cool, I
Only one thing; I
still have to start it manually. Is it supposed to start when Koha starts, or
when you start a search?
Marty Jongepier wrote:
> Only one thing; I still have to start it manually. Is it supposed to start
> when Koha starts, or when you start a search?
No, you need to start it manually -- it's a daemon that runs in the
background. Depending on your operating system, you could also set it to
automatically start whenever you start your server. Since your Z39.50 is
working, I'm assuming you are using some sort of Linux, in which case you
should be able to add the Z39.50 daemon launch to your init.d directory.
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