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The complete array of exporting options

Connexion lets you export your bibliographic and authority records to your library's local catalog.

The Connexion browser provides:

  • export of authority and bibliographic records in MARC 21 format with the MARC-8 character set
  • export of bibliographic records in Dublin Core Simple or Qualified formats in HTML or RDF
  • single record export or export of groups of records from the save file
  • export to a file in Connexion and then download the file to your workstation at the end of your session
  • export directly to your local system via a TCP/IP connection ( Note: you might need to open your local system to receive records directly from the Connexion IP addresses to get records inside your firewall; you cannot display messages that are returned from your local system.)

The Connexion client provides:

  • export of authority and bibliographic records in MARC 21 format; choose between MARC-8 and UTF-8 Unicode character sets. Note: the following local system vendors have successfully tested the UTF-8 Unicode export option:
  • export of bibliographic records in MARCXML with the UTF-8 Unicode character set
  • export of bibliographic records in Dublin Core Qualified, Dublin Core Simple, OCLC Dublin Core Qualified, or OCLC Dublin Core Simple formats (UTF-8 Unicode character set) in XML
  • single record export or export of groups of records from the save file
  • immediate export, or mark records for batch export for later processing
  • export to a file on your workstation, including appending to existing files
  • export directly to your local system via a TCP/IP connection, including the Gateway export option that displays messages returned from your local system
  • export via a printer or communications port

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