Are you trying to do hierarchical metadata (e.g. Category 1|Subcategory
2| Subcategory 3) or multi valued metadata (e.g. several subjects for
For multi valued metadata, you assign separate values to separate fields
(use Enter in GLI to get another blank field).
Hierarchy and AZCompactList should classify the document on each value,
so if a document had three subjects, it would appear in the subject
hierarchy three times.
To display all values of a multi valued metadata field at once, use e.g.
For hierarchical metadata, you use a | to separate the values, then use
Hierarchy classifier to build the hierarchy.
You should get a new bookshelf for each part of the hierarchy.
Michael Silver wrote:
> I'm getting closer, thanks to much help from Michael Dewsnip and Cameron
> Esslemont. Right now I'm stuck trying to figure out how to get a browsing
> classifier to work with multiple values in a field, eg
> "Subject 1|Subject 2|Subject 3"
> I've tried AZCompactList and Hierarchy without luck. I'm going to keep
> reading, but can anyone point me to a quick fix?
> Thank you all for your patience and assistance,
> Michael Silver, Network Administrator
> Parkland Regional Library
> 5404 56 Avenue Lacombe, AB T4L 1G1
> Phone: 403.782.3850 Fax: 403.782.4650
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