[OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] Circ and Placing Holds
erickson at esilibrary.com
Wed Feb 27 22:00:14 EST 2008
Dan Scott wrote:
> On 27/02/2008, Bill Erickson <erickson at esilibrary.com> wrote:
>> Grant Johnson wrote:
>> > Hey all,
>> > I'm still in a test mode and have discovered that placing Holds just
>> > freezes as a patron on the OPAC.
>> > Checking out a book throws a network error in the Staff Client.
>> > Are these known issues?
>> > Do I need to get the Circ rules setup before these functions will work?
>> Hi Grant,
>> These functions should both work out of the box, provided you have
>> calculated the Org Unit proximities, as described in
>> ("Configuring the System")
> Hmm - I see the FIXME beside that OpenSRF call in the wiki. Would it
> make sense to add that to autogen.sh (as we need to run autogen.sh
> everytime the set of org units changes)?
Indeed, I asked the same question. The problem, as I understand it, is
the proximity calculation is very CPU intensive for large sets of org
units. Perhaps we make autogen.sh build the proximities by default, but
provide a flag to autogen.sh to avoid building the proximities when
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