LibLime has rescheduled the Bibliovation server move. The move will now occur after 9 pm on Tuesday, July 27 and it will be “live” on the morning of Wednesday, July 28. The following services will be affected by this change: self-checks, sorters and security gate software, MyPC, e-Commerce, Talkingtech (Harriet), iBoss (internet filtering), SIP authenticated databases (OverDrive, Hoopla, etc.), SIP authenticated services (Capira), SCLS authentication script (other databases) and some reports. SCLS will work to make sure that services transition as smoothly as possible. There will be no change in functionality as a result of this transition.
On the morning of July 28, libraries using self-checks and sorters will need to make some setting changes in order for them to work on the new platform. Before making any changes, check the Status Wiki http://sclsstatus.pbworks.com/
Instructions on how to make these changes are available on the LINKcat ILS Support page for Selfchecks and RFID at https://www.scls.info/ils/circulation/Self%20check%20and%20RFID. Libraries should make sure that there is someone on staff who is able to make changes to self checks and sorters on the morning of July 28. All LINK libraries should be aware that this is a major change and may want to have staff on hand to handle any unexpected problems. The SCLS Help Desk Team will be fully staffed and ready to assist.
Special note about GetIt Acquisitions: GetIt will be unavailable all day on Wednesday, July 28.
The Bibliovation server move will take place overnight on July 27, but the GetIt databases will not be moved until overnight on July 28. Therefore, while Bibliovation itself will be available on July 28, GetIt will not be available on July 28.
Library staff should be able to use GetIt as usual on Thursday, July 29. However, please check the SCLS Status Wiki on July 29 before resuming normal GetIt work. If there are any problems with GetIt after the move, they will be posted on the Status Wiki.