You can use AZCompactList classifier, for which the "allvalues" parameter
is the default. Also, you can use [sibling:Subject] or [sibling:Author]
format statement to display all multiple values of Subject or Author in
> Thank you for your help a few weeks ago. I did get a sample collection
> working, and have just heard that the organisation is keen to continue - I
> now need tog et a couple of things working that I didn't finish before.
> One of those is allowing for multiple values for Author and Subject. I
> created additional columns in the .cfg file and put some test data in.
> Where is the "allvalues" parameter put and can it be done through the GLI
> or do I have to edit the config file?
> Do I also need to put mode=accumulate somewhere?
> Ed Robinson
> At 11:10 07/09/2006, Michael Dewsnip wrote:
>>If you're using CSVPlug you will need to have multiple columns in the
>>Excel file for the same field, and put one value in each column.
>>Also, check you have the "-allvalues" option enabled for your
>>Michael Silver wrote:
>> >I'm getting closer, thanks to much help from Michael Dewsnip and
>> >Esslemont. Right now I'm stuck trying to figure out how to get a
>> >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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