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Wednesday, 18 June 2014

Indexing using Aleph

What is indexing? How does this work in a library management system like Aleph? Well, my experience of using Aleph, for example to examine a record would bring up local user information where much of its index interface was designed as a systematic arrangement of entries made to enable user to locate specific information.
For instance, Aleph would have a series of main headings as part of a menu system, a user selects an activity that would display a collection list of operations on an index panel. The user registration shown on this panel was responsible for indexing a user's details in accordance to a user's information geared towards global and local levels in Aleph.

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