Josu Moreno. LibriTech Iberica Centro Congressi Panorama – 22-24 September 2010 29th ADLUG ANNUAL MEETING 29th ADLUG. Experiences with RFID implementations. Introduction. 1. RFID and applications for libraries 2. Amicus & ShelfCheck 3. Improvements on ShelfCheck
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1. RFID and applications for libraries
2. Amicus & ShelfCheck
3. Improvements on ShelfCheck
4.LibriSuite & ShelfCheck
Anti theft system.
Control of most read books inside the library.
Control of unsorted items.
It is necessary to install one Java Virtual Machine.
External program (sip.jar) that connects with the Oracle database.
Messages sent from shelfcheck station to sip.jar via sockets (using a know port number).
Conection with the Database using JDBC (Firewall has to allow this connection)
The code is based on the code of Amicus, but it is not the same.
Not necessary new tables for borrowers and items.
Support for extended loan.
Impossible to check out different copies with the same Amicus number.
Changes in the Check sum method to allow diacritics.
Scheduled tasks to generate lists to allow detect discrepancies.
There is no external program.
Java Virtual Machine not necessary in the user laptop.
Messages sent directly from shelfcheck statation to LibriSuite server.
There is no connection JDBC.
The code is the same than the LibriSuite code.
Real time lists (not scheduled tasks).