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Why Automate The Library?

• Efficiency

• Productivity

• Access
Why SLIM?

• Today’s Technology
•Complete System
•Sharing Resources
•Cost
•Retrospective Conversion
•Information Sharing
• Administrative Control
•Features
Hardware Configuration

Server machine Back up Device


(Standalone)
• IOMEGA ZIP 2.2 GB / CD
• Intel Pentium 4 onwards
writer for BACKUP -
• 256 MB RAM Optional
• 10 GB HDD
• 1.44 MB FDD
• 256 KB Cache
• 104/101 TVSE KEYBOARD
• 2 Serial and 1 Parallel Port
• 14” SVGA colour Monitor
with 64 Bit Controller Card
• Ethernet Card with Boot
ROM (Optional if stand
alone machine)
Server machine (Networking)

• Main Server (Required if • PCI SVGA Controller


Network is to be • 2 Serial Port; 1 High speed
maintained) Parallel Port; 1 Mouse Port
• Intel Pentium III based and 1 Keyboard Port
server onwards • 14” SVGA Colour Monitor
• 256 MB RAM with 64 bit PCI VGA
• 16 KB on-chip cache • Controller Card with 1 MB
PCI/ISA BUS DRAM
• 256 KB High Performance • 101/104 Keys TVSE
write Back Second Level Keyboard
cache • Ethernet Combo Card
• 1 x 1.44 MB Sony Floppy
Disk Drive
• 10 GB Hard disk Drive
• PCI FAST SCSI 11
Printer

InkJet or LaserJet Printer of standard make - Optional

UPS

1 KVA Smart UPS-APC SUS 3 G UPS with 30 minutes back up


time

Networking

24 Port UTP Hub, Cat 5 Cabling + Connector Per Nodes


System software requirement

Server Machine

• Operating System Win XP Prof / Win 2000 Server / Win


2003 Server
• Others IIS installed on the server machine for WebOPAC to
work

Client Machine

• Operating System Win XP (any) / Win 2000 (any) / Win
2003 (any)
• Others Support for multiple languages (optional)

Database
Type the URL http://libmngserver/w21/
we will get the home page
• Word search :

• Type the word to be searched in the


Search text box and click Go.

• The search engine will search the


word in all the access points ,
bibliographic description elements of
records and the result will be
displayed according to the match
found.
Word search
Detail about the books
Collection

• To make a collection of different items


check the box  which is present next
to Details  link and click on "Collect
Items" link   while browsing.

• To see the collection , click


Collection. Collected items will be
displayed.
By following the same procedure we can
collect the different books in collection.
 To display your collection in user
defined  format click on Show Option.

 This will open the default option dialog where


you can give sort order, display format, lines
per page. Click on Apply. To hide that option
dialog click on Hide Option.
By clicking show option you will get bar showing
options like sort order, display format, items/page,
one page & apply.
In Sort order,
Natural
Author, title
Title
Item type, author title
Item type, title
Subject, Item type, author title
Item type, subject, author, title

 In display format 


Tabular
Publication
Bibliography

 In items/page 
5
10
15 
Show Options
Contact library

• To see the library contact information,


click Library.

• Phone number and a link to the


librarian's e-mail address will be
displayed.

• To send an e-mail to the librarian, click


the link. This will open the default mail
client where you can type your
message and send an e-mail to the
librarian. 
Contact library
Introduction
 

This page is expected to have introduction to the


library for the users of the library.

Information
This page is expected to have additional or
changing information about the library.

Hits
This shows the no. of people visited this page.
Active users
 This the number of people who are currently using the
software.

Help
 As the name indicate that if the user have any problem
with
respect to any tab information can use the help option.

My Info
 My Info will allow a user to see his or her account
information.  For this you need to Log in. To Log in as a
user, click My Info on the home page. Type the User ID
and Password and click Log In.
My Info
Advance Search
   can specify different selection criteria for the
We
search, such as range of Accession Dates, Accession
Numbers and Year of Publication. we can also select
one or more material types as well as choose the
catalogues to be searched.

The Catalogue menu list allows us to select a catalogue


or item description field using which we formulate a
search.

 A catalogue has index entries which speed up the


search. For example, the Author catalogue has names of
authors (usually surname first.)
Advanced search
By clicking on Scope option will get this result
Browse
• This page displays a list of all the access points
in the current catalogue.

• When you click on browse this slide is


displayed.

• On this page various options are available like


Select Catalogue, Select Script, Search For.
Browse
Scope
Clicking on Scope will display a list of Item Types from
which the item types of interest maybe selected to filter
the search.
Expected
View list of expected items
Reference Items
This slide show the reference copies in the library.
Journal List

whenever we click on page nos. in bottom 1,2,3… it shows next journals.


Media List
Rules