I'd like to test the desktop version, please? If not, the server version
will work. Thank you, thank you.
Cecilia L. Salvatore, M.L.S., Ph.D
School of Library and Information Management
Emporia State University
1200 Commercial St.
Emporia, KS 66801
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I'm willing to have a go with the desktop version in the first instance.
If I am blown away I would be
willing to have a go with the server version.
> Hello all you out there in EAD land,
> RLG needs your help testing the desktop and server version of the RLG
> Report Card. I'm interested in having a
> limited number of people test this, and I am most interested in having
> server version of the Report Card tested.
> For the desktop version, you need:
> --Windows OS: XP, Windows 2000, Windows NT
> --Browser: Internet Explorer 5.0 (or more recent), recent
> of Mozilla Firefox.
> --Java: you must have the Java Virtual Machine (included with
> Java Development Kit) installed on your machine. In addition to having
> Java installed on your computer, your browser must be enabled to run
> For the server version, you must have access to a webserver or a
> (you will need to be able to install some perl scripts).
> The best part is, you can adapt the whole package to go with your own
> practice guidelines.
> If you or someone else at your institution is interesting in
> testing, please let me know, and I will forward the zip file to you.
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