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  • MarcEdit, Windows XP, and what the way too early log analysis says April 19, 2017
    Related post: MarcEdit and the Windows XP Sunsetting conversation So, this has been kind of interesting.  Since Sunday, I’ve been running a script against my access logs to get a better idea of what the MarcEdit XP user community may look like.  I timed this with the update, because I’ve found that in general, a large …
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  • Can my ILS be added to MarcEdit’s ILS Integration? April 17, 2017
    This question has shown up in my email box a number of times over the past couple of days.  My guess, it’s related to the youtube videos recently posted demonstrating how to setup and use MarcEdit directly with Alma. Windows Version: https://youtu.be/8aSUnNC48Hw Mac Version: https://youtu.be/6SNYjR_WHKU   Folks have been curious how this work was done, and i […]
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  • MarcEdit Updates Posted April 16, 2017
    Change log below:   Mac Updates: 2.3.12 ************************************************** ** 2.3.12 ************************************************** * Update: Alma Integration Updates: New Create Holdings Record Template * Update: Integration Framework refresh: corrects issues where folks were getting undefined function errors. * Update: the #xx field syn […]
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  • MarcEdit 7 Upgrade Advisor April 16, 2017
    This post is related to the: MarcEdit and the Windows XP Sunsetting conversation I’ll be updating this periodically, but I wanted to make this available now.  One of the biggest changes related to MarcEdit 7, is that I’m interested in building against an updated version of the .NET framework.  Tentatively, I’m looking to build against the …
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  • MarcEdit and the Windows XP Sunsetting conversation April 16, 2017
    I’m again thinking about the need to seriously think about Windows XP and MarcEdit’s continued support for the nearly 20 year old OS.  What is pushing this again is the integration work I’ve been doing with Alma.   None of this work will be available to XP users, in part, because ExLibris (and rightly) uses …
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