[OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Branch Removal

Casey Morford cmorford at usd348.com
Tue Feb 5 10:49:51 EST 2008

Awesome, thanks for the input everyone.  Glad to be apart of the list  
and looking forward to using EG and possibly helping with the  
development in the future.

Casey Morford
Systems Engineer, USD 348
Phone: (785) 594-2721 x1018
Cell: (785) 840-4322
E-Mail: cmorford at usd348.com

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On Feb 4, 2008, at 7:29 PM, Mike Rylander wrote:

> On Feb 4, 2008 2:28 PM, Casey Morford <cmorford at usd348.com> wrote:
>> I'm new to the list and I've got an EG installation going at our
>> school district (K-12) on Ubuntu and I'm excited about seeing what it
>> can do for our district's libraries.  Going through the http:// 
>> server/
>> cgi-bin/config.pl I'd like to remove the example branches in the
>> Organizational Units section, but it doesn't appear that there is an
>> obvious method for doing so.  I'm not terribly familiar with
>> postresql as my background is mainly rooted in mysql.  Is there are
>> process for removing these manually from the database or via web
>> interface?
> You can remove any unwanted Org Units directly from the database using
> either the psql command line utility or by using PGAdminIII, as Bill
> Russell suggests.  You can also set up the django admin interface* and
> remove them from there.  You can also simply hide the Org Units you
> don't need and rename the ones you can re-use via the bootstrapping
> CGIs.
> * http://open-ils.org/dokuwiki/doku.php?id=evergreen- 
> admin:customization:setting_up_the_django_administration_interface
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