Options to browse records or narrow search results by institution remain when multiple repositories option is disabled
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We're looking at setting up AtoM 2.0 as a single-repository site & working with a checkout of the 2.x branch of the Github repo. When the "Multiple repositories" option is set to "No," the options to browse records or narrow search results by institution are still present.
Disabling support for multiple repositories should remove institution as a browse option & search facet (?)
#1 Updated by Dan Gillean over 8 years ago
- Category set to Repository
- Assignee set to Jesús García Crespo
- Target version set to Release 2.0.1
Thanks for reporting this, Jen! I haven't yet tested to reproduce, but we should also ensure that the institutional search delimiter (the radio buttons in the search box), and options in advanced search, are also disabled when AtoM is set to act as a single repository installation.
#3 Updated by Tim Hutchinson over 8 years ago
The setting does seem to work, but it could be improved. If multiple repositories is set to no, I can't toggle between the global search and institutional search, but the default is still institutional search, so you get a possibly extraneous "Search University of Podunk Archives", which amounts to the same thing as a global search in this case.
I agree re removing the facet block.
Also re the browse option - but when we investigated automatically removing the function browse if there weren't any, this was seen to be overly complicated at the time, so if necessary a workaround would be to remove the menu item.
#5 Updated by Sarah Romkey almost 8 years ago
- Target version changed from Release 2.0.2 to Release 2.1.0
This remains a bug in 2x. Changing the settings to "no" for multiple repositories does not change the options in either the browse menu or the search facets- the names of the institutions still remain.