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  1. Codex Search Considerations for Implementation (DRAFT)

  2. Codex Search UX/UI (DRAFT)

    Describe out of the box fields, including designed purpose, data requirements and validation, dependencies between fields.  Describe out of the box accordion menus, including purpose of the menus, customization options, and associated permission controls (if any) Describe any workflows available through navigation menu
  3. Codex Metadata Model 2017-07-07.png

    FOLIO Platform / … / The Codex Metadata Model.Aug 17, 2017
  4. Codex metadata elements

    Slides: https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1nI_6G8-DfOSd6BigsxgMsknlv0uIU7AfWgD5X-dXVKM/edit?usp=sharing https://docs.google.com/presentation/d/1nI_6G8-DfOSd6BigsxgMsknlv0uIU7AfWgD5X-dXVKM/edit?usp=sharing Instance metadata elements image2017-10-23_12-3-13.png image2017-10-23_12-3-31.png image2017-10-23_12-3-43
    FOLIO PlatformOct 23, 2017
  5. 2017-06-28 FOLIO Codex/Working Group Meeting notes

    Date Attendees   Webex recording: Play recording https://ebscomeetings.webex.com/ebscomeetings/lsr.php?RCID=703ef736209b4309910632f9fe058b5d (this recording starts 15 minutes into the meeting, please review the slide deck first)   Kick-off deck: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1PaqqtxNTvoUETR9ud0sNxQsdSoGckAbPv
    Resource ManagementJun 30, 2017
  6. Re: The Codex Vision - TC Review

    Right now the Codex is virtual (a federated search across Codex sources), but that was not the long-term intention of the Codex.  Pretty soon the Codex is going to need to be some sort of permanently stored data so there are identifiers that can be used to do things like cluster identical items from disparate Codex
  7. Re: The Codex Vision - TC Review

    as the Codex data model. The Inventory Instance is already a normalization. I am leery of the idea of normalizing normalized data. The Instance normalization meets needs identified in numerous use cases. While I'm not particularly concerned with *where* authority data live (e.g., in Inventory, in Codex, or in some other
  8. graph-color.pdf

    -storage-5.1.0 mod-gobi-1.0.1 mod-event-config-1.0.0mod-erm-usage-harvester-1.0.0 mod-erm-usage-1.0.0 mod-data-import-1.0.0 mod-codex-mux-2.3.0 mod-codex-mock-2.1.0mod-codex-inventory-1.4.0 mod-codex-ekb-1.1.0 mod-circulation-storage-6.2.0mod-calendar-1.2.0 mod-audit-filter-0.0.3 mod-audit-0.0.3mod-agreements
  9. Re: The Codex Vision - TC Review

    I was leaning towards the Codex and then after today's metadata management meeting am leaning towards inventory with no codex. However, I'm still asking questions about use cases and Folio working from the ground up. One place where Inventory and Codex might not be identical is discovery. And some of my thoughts
  10. Re: The Codex Vision - TC Review

    > I'd also like to point out that the Inventory data model as it stands now is identical to what was originally proposed as the Codex data model The Inventory data model is not identical to what was proposed for Codex. It was based-on the Codex model but then many more fields and structures were added - as would