The LendingReasonsForCancellation (found in the ILLiad Customization Manager under Lending | Cancellations) table translates the user-friendly text in the Lending cancellation Reason field to the OCLC, Docline, and ISO ILL codes that are used to update requests. ILLiad uses numerical values for the OCLC Code to match the ISO ILL values.
The Reasons for No display can be found in two locations on the Borrowing request form:
- The Detail page under the Imported Request tab
- The OCLC page under the Holdings tab in the Previous Requests box
The LendingReasonsForCancellation table located in the Customization Manager at Lending | Cancellations translates the user-friendly text in the Reason field of the table to OCLC, DOCLINE and ISO ILL codes for updating those items. ILLiad uses the numerical value versus the text value for the OCLC Code because those reasons are also used when canceling ISO ILL requests, and ISO uses numerical values. Note that the numerical reasons for 21 and 22 are not used by ISO and that 25 and 26 are not used by any system. See Lending Reasons for Cancellation for more information.
Reasons for Cancellation
|Code||OCLC Reason||ISO Reason||Docline Reason|
|1||InUseOnLoan||In Use On Loan||USE|
|7||VolumeIssueNotYetAvailable||Volume Issue Not Yet
|10||NotOnShelfMissing||Not On Shelf||NOS|
|13||CostExceedsLimit||Cost Exceeds Limit||CST|
|17||Other||Not Found As Cited||INC|
|18||Other||Locations Not Found|
|21||NotLicensedToFill||not used by ISO||LIC|
|22||TechnicalProcessing||not used by ISO|
Services Not Supported
Time Not Possible
|27||Other||Other||OTH or EXL|
|31||Item too new to loan|
*Note that the numerical reasons for 21 and 22 are not used by ISO and that 25 and 26 are not used by any system.
The following reasons were retired by OCLC in July 2008:
- In Process
- Locations not found
- On reserve (now use: In use/on loan)
- On hold (now use: In use/on loan)
- Not found as cited (moved to system-supplied conditional response)
- Lacks copyright compliance (moved to system-supplied conditional response)
"Lost" and "Not On Shelf" were combined into a single reason for NotOnShelfMissing.