I know I'm confused ...
If IP works, and if a person builds their own userid/password (which
presumably will work), why do we need the scripted link? Maybe the
solution is to remove the scripted access from the DBL?
I'm forwarding this to the DBL list where others might have an idea.
Your email works! :-)
Thanks. Bob Jones/UNF
On Fri, 31 May 2002, Nancy Pine wrote:
> I haven't had any feedback to my request for netLibrary account info
> regarding OCLC's posting last week about the netLibrary Outbound Linking
> Feature. The integration will allow you to quickly identify and access
> netLibrary eBooks from the WorldCat database.
> Apparently it's not a problem when access is through IP, but if patrons
> go through the scripted link displayed as an option in the DBL, they
> won't be able to use it.
> Please let me know something -- at least I'll know if my email is
> working. ;-)
> Thanks, Nancy
> Nancy Pine
> FCLA Electronic Resource Coordinator
> Phone: (352) 392-9020, ext. 362
> Fax: (352) 392-9185