Purchase Order Copy Resource
URLs and Supported Requests
The Purchase Order Copy Resource supports four operations.
|Operation||Resource URL||HTTP METHOD|
HTTP Accept Header
HTTP Request Content Types
Purchase Order Item Copy Resource Fields
Below is a table listing all the allowed values and content of each data type in the Purchase Order Item Schema, this should be used as a quick reference into required attributes and values, however more in depth details can be found using the accompanying XSD file.
|copyNumber||Yes||Identifier for the copy|
||Yes||Link to the copy resources|
|branchId||Yes||The branch id for the copy location|
|shelvingLocationid||No||The shelving location the copy|
|shelvingSheme||No||The classification schema/shelving scheme of the call number.
|callNumber||No||Local item call number|
|callPart||No||The call part of the call number.
|callNumberPrefix||No||The prefix of the call number.
|callNumberSuffix||No||The suffix of the call number.|
|itemCopyId||No||A unique copy identifier (local holdings) within an institution's collection.|
||No||Number to distinguish one copy from another of the same bibliographic description.|
|holdingType||No||The holding type.|
|holdingValue||No||The unique identifier for this holding within its copy.|
The order state of copy.
To return a collection of purchase order copies for Order Item OIN-2012-77 in purchase order PO-2012-36:
To return information about a specific purchase order copy with the ID 1 in and Order Item with ID OIN-2012-77 in a purchase order with the ID PO-2012-36:
- Copies only exist after the Purchase Order is submitted.
- Copies can't be created manually. They are created by the Acquisitions system once an order is submitted.
- Copies can't be changed directly. They can only be modified through the receiving action.
- Receiving a copy requires that a Copy Receipt to be submitted.