Voyager@U of I Library


 

Currently we're on Voyager release 7.2.5 for the staff client and 6.5.3 for the online catalog

Voyager Service Commitment

 

Options List

Display Options

&type=(html|rss)

Determines the return format for the query.

&rssLevel=(digest|none)

Requires type=rss. With this mode all the new titles that have occurred in the previous day will be rolled into one "post".

&sort= (author|callno|title)

Search Options

&CallNoRanges=[Start]_[End]_[(d|l|o|s)](,[Start]_[End]_[(d|l|o|s)])*

A comma-separated list of ranges. For each range it will return all titles from (inclusive) [Start] and up to but not including (exclusive) [End] that are of call number []. Notice that while you can leave out any of the options, you will need all the underscores (_). If you leave a term out, it is unrestricted. So leaving out the End will get you all numbers from Start to the very last possible call number.

Type

&dateStart=DD-MMM-YYYY

Where DD is 01-31, Month is the three letter abbreviation (Jan, Feb ...), and year is the four digit year. This will get any title added to the list on or after this day.

&dateEnd=DD-MMM-YYYY

Where DD is 01-31, Month is the three letter abbreviation (Jan, Feb ...), and year is the four digit year. This will get any title added to the list on or after this day.

&dateFixed= (today|week|2weeks|month|2months)

This provides a fixed date range. For example, if you use "today" on 6/7/2005 you will get all the items added 6/7/2005. If you rerun the same query the next day, you will get all the items added 6/8/2005. Since titles are only added once a day in the morning, repeating the today search later in the same day will not give more results. The New Titles List does not add books until they have a status that indicates they are avaliable or are soon to be avaliable.

&fundSubjects=FundSubjectId(,FundSubjectId)*

A comma-separated list of FundSubjectIds.  A title must have a fund that is mapped to that Fund Subject Id.  See Fund Subject Table to find a list of all Fund Subjects and Fund to Fund Subject Table to find the mapping of a particular fund to a fund subject.

&languages=LanguageCode(,LanguageCode)*

A comma-separated list of language codes. Language of title must be of one of the languages represented by LanguageCode

&units= UnitId(,UnitId)*

A comma-separated list of UnitIds. A title must belong to one of the UnitIds.

&notUnits= UnitId(,UnitId)*

A comma-separated lists of UnitIds. A title must not belong to any of the UnitIds.