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Most libraries that allow their books to be borrowed have at least one circulation desk (also known as an issue desk). The library users choose books to borrow and then take them to the desk where a member of library staff checks out, or issues, the books.

Most libraries that allow their books to be borrowed have at least one circulation desk (also known as an issue desk). The library users choose books to borrow and then take them to the desk where a member of library staff checks out, or issues, the books.

YAZ

YAZ is a programmers’ toolkit supporting the development of Z39.50/SRW/SRU clients and servers. Z39.50-2003 (version 3) as well as SRW/SRU version 1.1 are supported in both the client and server roles. The SOLR webservice is supported in the client role through the ZOOM API.

Xerxes is an open source library portal application used by over 40 institutions around the world. It's highly customizable, provides sophisticated citation management and integration features, and is mobile-ready.

Wikicat adds a bibliographic database to Mediawiki as well as integration to various bibliographic data sources such as OPACs and publisher data feeds.

VL4Moodle (Virtual Library for Moodle) consists in a block that provides the basics functionalities of a library in a virtual environment such as Moodle.

This component allows you to create and maintain a digital bibliographic catalog with support for the MARC21 Formats.

Net::Z3950::SimpleServer is a Perl module which is intended to make it as simple as possible to develop new Z39.50, SRU and SRW servers over any type of database imaginable. All you have to do is implement functions handling:

The Net::Z3950::Simple2ZOOM module provides all the application logic of a generic "Swiss Army Gateway" between Z39.50 and SRU. It is used by the simple2zoom program, and there is probably no good reason to make any other program to use it. For that reason, this library-level documentation is more than usually terse.

pyCatalog is a Python, MySQL, wxPython, Reportlab application specifically usable in library and information centers. It simply produces book catalog and card catalog in pdf format rendered using reportlab. The program takes MARC file as its source data.

The OpenBib project aims to develop an Open Source Search Portal. The portal software should be open and modular, installed with little effort, adapted to individual requirements, and extendable.

The portal will allow shared access to data from various sources, especially various library systems or OAI repositories.

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