The Oak Street Transfer web application takes in a location and an item barcode. It checks the item to make sure it passes several criteria such as being in an Oak Street location, having an appropriate item type, and having an appropriate item status. If the criteria are met, it will display a transfer slip for printing. If not, it will have a summary of what caused an error. It should be noted since this service uses the Voyager Report Server that all information returned is only current as of early morning on the day the program is run. So if an item is changed, it will not be reflected till the next time that the report server is updated.
Oak Street Transfer service is normally available during Library IT business hours M-F(8:30-5:00).
Maintaining the Oak Street Transfer service is a medium priority for Library IT. Changes, bug fixes, or other issues will be addressed during normal Library IT business hours (M-F, 8:30-5:00) as time permits. If the Oak Street Transfers service cannot be accessed or is returning errors indicating the database is down, most likely there is either an issue with the CARLI Voyager Reports Server or Library IT primary web server.
If you believe there is an issue with Oak Street Transfer please log a ticket with the IT Help Desk. Please describe the problem and include examples if possible.
There are no security restrictions, but it is intended for faculty and staff who are performing transfers.
There is no documentation at this time.
To use Oak Street Transfers you must have a computer with an internet connection and a web browser. A printer is also necessary for printing slips, preferably a receipt printer.
The primary Service Manager is Jon Gorman in the IT Infrastructure and Software Development unit. Betsy Kruger (Current administrator for the Oak Street Facility) has final say on any changes in criteria for Oak Street Transfers.