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  1. mod-oai-pmh
  2. MODOAIPMH-268

Deleted OAI/PMH record identifier should be configurable (HRID or UUID)

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    • Type: Story
    • Status: Open (View Workflow)
    • Priority: P3
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: None
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    • Template:
      MDEXP story template
    • Development Team:
      Firebird

      Description

      Purpose/Overview:
      Currently the OAI/PMH response for a deleted record only includes the UUID. Discovery systems may be using (in Lehigh's case we are using) the HRID as the 'key' for each record which makes the delete step not possible (without the proper key).

      Requirements/Scope:

      1. Could the identifier in the OAI/PMH response (every record - not just the deleted records) be configurable to either return the HRID or the UUID? In the interest of getting this story developed in the near future, returning 'both' ids in the response would be usable also.
      2. The configuration should be on the tenant level

      Out of scope: UI approach - this story covers only backend configuration and implementation
      Approach:

      Acceptance criteria:

      • The library can specify what data element is a part of the deleted record identifier : UUID or HRID
      • Once the value is configured it is being used when reporting deleted records

      Additional information:
      FOLIO does not support deleting inventory instances but SRS records can be marked as deleted using quickMarc.

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                Reporter:
                msuranofsky Michelle Suranofsky
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