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1 Bath Profile M25 Bath Profile Z39.50 Client/Server Compliance The Current State of Affairs Bath Profile Z39.50 Client/Server Compliance The Current State of Affairs Slavko Manojlovich Assistant to the University Librarian for Systems and Planning Memorial University of Newfoundland

2 Bath Profile M25 Outline Bath compliance (circa 2001) Bath compliance (2001 – 2003) Bath compliance (future prospects)

3 Bath Profile M25 Bath Server Compliance (circa 2001) Server Requirements(max.41) SIRSI (Bath Profile) 40 OCLC WorldCat 31 Nat. Lib. Of Canada AMICUS 25 Gaylord Polaris Endeavor Voyager12 Sagebrush Athena12 epixtech Horizon11 Geac Advance (test) 11 epixtech Dynix 9 See:

4 Bath Profile M25 Bath Server Compliance ( ) OCLC FirstSearch Services are now fully compliant with Bath release 1.0 except for the following: Functional Area A: character set and language negotiation Functional Area C: unanchored title, subject and any searches See the following (updated June 11, 2003): National Library Of Canada Amicus improved compliance of its server.

5 Bath Profile M25 Bath Server Compliance ( ) Other vendors who should have Bath Compliant Z Servers in 2003 include: –Autographics –Dynix (1) –III (3) –CyberTools for Libraries (claim Bath/Texas compliance) –Sirsi (2) Support for Standard Identifier (1007): 313 out of 771 targets (41%) on Indexdata list of targets. The remaining major vendors are silent regarding Bath compliance. One major vendor has stated that they have no plans on supporting Bath on the basis that they believe it will just disappear.

6 Bath Profile M25 Bath Server Compliance ( ) M25 Sirsi Servers –Sirsi developed Bath compliance in 2001 even before the official release of the profile. –Bath compliant server became available in the 2002 release of the software. –By the fall of 2003 Sirsi anticipates that at least 10 M25 Sirsi sites will be running Bath release 1.0 compliant servers. –All new Sirsi installations running Unicorn 2003 will have Bath release 1.0 compliant servers and the associated recommended Bath indexing policies.

7 Bath Profile M25 Bath Client Compliance (2001 – 2003) Acadia University Search Logs 29,000+ Searches For 1 Week In June, 2003 U R P S T C No. %

8 Bath Profile M25 BookWhere 4.0 Z Client

9 Bath Profile M25 BookWhere 4.0 Z Client

10 Bath Profile M25 BookWhere 4.0 Z Client (multi-term Bath keyword search)

11 Bath Profile M25 BookWhere 4.0 Z Client

12 Bath Profile M25 BookWhere 4.0 Z Client Error Diagnostic 125 (Malformed search term). Your client has probably sent an improperly formatted multi-word keyword search. Retry your search using single terms. OCLC doesnt return the error, just 0 hits.

13 Bath Profile M25 ILL Requires Bath Compliance Relais ILL/DD and Sirsi Bath Z Servers in Atlantic Canada Search for requested title: American Literature Results From Acadia University Sirsi Z Server Type of Search No. of Hits Title Exact 4 Title First Characters* 46 Title Unanchored Phrase 422 Title Keyword 624 *245 |aAmerican Literature: |ba study and research guide

14 Bath Profile M25 Bath Profile Compliance (future prospects) XML Record Syntax At the present time there is no way to request an XML record associated with a specific schema (e.g. XML MARC, XML Dublin Core, XML Holdings). By July 30, 2003 the following agreement should take effect: Proposed Agreement: To retrieve XML records, supply the object identifier ( ), XML-b, as the record syntax, and supply a globally unique identifier of the desired XML definition as the element set name.

15 Bath Profile M25 Bath Profile Compliance (future prospects) Functional Area B: Holdings –Release 2.0 includes the XML schemas associated with the three levels of holdings. –Real-world implementation experience will be required to determine the viability of the schemas. –There is still a need to determine the relationship between the Bath Profile holdings, NCIP, and ISO ILL.

16 Bath Profile M25 Bath Profile Compliance (future prospects) Z39.50 Directory Service The Problem: –Many vendors dont publish details regarding the attribute combinations supported by a server. –Some vendors publish inaccurate information. –Different installed versions of a vendors server support different attribute combinations. –Some libraries have the capability of modifying the default settings supplied by a vendor.

17 Bath Profile M25 Bath Profile Compliance (future prospects) Sirsis solution in Unicorn Release 2003: Deliver preconfigured search profiles for 20+ vendor/version servers. All you need to determine is the Vendor/Version of a server (via the implementation id) and the client will send the appropriate attribute combinations for a search to that server. For a broadcast search the Sirsi clients send appropriate attribute combinations to each server. Other possible solutions: M25 directory service, profile negotiation, etc.


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