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This page describes some of the useful scripts found in $KOHACLONE/misc
See also Appendix I to the Koha 3.2 manual for information about the cronjobs in $KOHACLONE/misc/cronjobs: http://koha-community.org/documentation/3-2-manual/?ch=a9984
commit_biblios_file.pl: import a batch of staged MARC records into database.
Use this batch job to complete the import of a batch of MARC records that was staged either by the batch job stage_biblios_file.pl or by the Koha Tools option "Stage MARC Records for Import".
--batch-number <#> number of the record batch to import --list-batches print a list of record batches available to commit --help or -h show this message.
link_bibs_to_authorities.pl: link headings in bib records to authorities.
This batch job checks each bib record in the Koha database and attempts to link each of its headings to the matching authority record. (NB: this script is not very reliable -Jcamins)
--verbose print the number of headings changed for each bib --test only test the authority linking and report the results; do not change the bib records. --help or -h show this message.
stage_biblios_file.pl: stage MARC bib file into reservoir.
Use this batch job to load a file of MARC bibliographic records (with optional item information) into the Koha reservoir.
After running this program to stage your file, you can use either the batch job commit_biblios_file.pl or the Koha Tools option "Manage Staged MARC Records" to load the records into the main Koha database.
--file <file_name> name of input MARC bib file --match-bibs <match_id> use this option to match bibs in the file with bibs already in the database for future overlay. If <match_id> isn't defined, a default MARC21 ISBN & title match rule will be applied. --add-items use this option to specify that item data is embedded in the MARC bibs and should be parsed. --no-replace overlay action for bib record: default is to replace extant bib with the imported record. --comment <comment> optional comment to describe the record batch; if the comment has spaces in it, surround the comment with quotation marks. --help or -h show this message.