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package C4::ShelfBrowser;
# Copyright 2010 Catalyst IT
#
# This file is part of Koha.
#
# Koha is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
# under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# Koha is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
# WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with Koha; if not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses>.
use strict;
use warnings;
use C4::Biblio;
use C4::Context;
use C4::Koha;
use Koha::Biblios;
use Koha::Libraries;
use vars qw(@ISA @EXPORT @EXPORT_OK);
BEGIN {
require Exporter;
@ISA = qw(Exporter);
@EXPORT = qw(
&GetNearbyItems
);
@EXPORT_OK = qw(
);
}
=head1 NAME
C4::ShelfBrowser - functions that deal with the shelf browser feature found in
the OPAC.
=head1 SYNOPSIS
use C4::ShelfBrowser;
=head1 DESCRIPTION
This module provides functions to get items nearby to another item, for use
in the shelf browser function.
'Nearby' is controlled by a handful of system preferences that specify what
to take into account.
=head1 FUNCTIONS
=head2 GetNearbyItems($itemnumber, [$num_each_side])
$nearby = GetNearbyItems($itemnumber, [$num_each_side]);
@items = @{ $nearby->{items} };
foreach (@items) {
# These won't format well like this, but here are the fields
print $_->{title};
print $_->{biblionumber};
print $_->{itemnumber};
print $_->{browser_normalized_upc};
print $_->{browser_normalized_oclc};
print $_->{browser_normalized_isbn};
print $_->{browser_normalized_ean};
}
# This is the information required to scroll the browser to the next left
# or right set. Can be derived from next/prev, but it's here for convenience.
print $nearby->{prev_item}{itemnumber};
print $nearby->{next_item}{itemnumber};
print $nearby->{prev_item}{biblionumber};
print $nearby->{next_item}{biblionumber};
# These will be undef if the values are not used to calculate the
# nearby items.
print $nearby->{starting_homebranch}->{code};
print $nearby->{starting_homebranch}->{description};
print $nearby->{starting_location}->{code};
print $nearby->{starting_location}->{description};
print $nearby->{starting_ccode}->{code};
print $nearby->{starting_ccode}->{description};
This finds the items that are nearby to the supplied item, and supplies
those previous and next, along with the other useful information for displaying
the shelf browser.
It automatically applies the following user preferences to work out how to
calculate things: C<ShelfBrowserUsesLocation>, C<ShelfBrowserUsesHomeBranch>,
C<ShelfBrowserUsesCcode>.
The option C<$num_each_side> value determines how many items will be fetched
each side of the supplied item. Note that the item itself is the first entry
in the 'next' set, and counts towards this limit (this is to keep the
behaviour consistent with the code that this is a refactor of.) Default is
3.
This will throw an exception if something went wrong.
=cut
sub GetNearbyItems {
my ( $itemnumber, $num_each_side, $gap) = @_;
$num_each_side ||= 3;
$gap ||= 7; # Should be > $num_each_side
die "BAD CALL in C4::ShelfBrowser::GetNearbyItems, gap should be > num_each_side"
if $gap <= $num_each_side;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my $sth_get_item_details = $dbh->prepare("SELECT cn_sort,homebranch,location,ccode from items where itemnumber=?");
$sth_get_item_details->execute($itemnumber);
my $item_details_result = $sth_get_item_details->fetchrow_hashref();
die "Unable to find item '$itemnumber' for shelf browser" if (!$sth_get_item_details);
my $start_cn_sort = $item_details_result->{'cn_sort'};
my ($start_homebranch, $start_location, $start_ccode);
if (C4::Context->preference('ShelfBrowserUsesHomeBranch') &&
defined($item_details_result->{'homebranch'})) {
$start_homebranch->{code} = $item_details_result->{'homebranch'};
$start_homebranch->{description} = Koha::Libraries->find($item_details_result->{'homebranch'})->branchname;
}
if (C4::Context->preference('ShelfBrowserUsesLocation') &&
defined($item_details_result->{'location'})) {
$start_location->{code} = $item_details_result->{'location'};
$start_location->{description} = GetAuthorisedValueDesc('','',$item_details_result->{'location'},'','','LOC','opac');
}
if (C4::Context->preference('ShelfBrowserUsesCcode') &&
defined($item_details_result->{'ccode'})) {
$start_ccode->{code} = $item_details_result->{'ccode'};
$start_ccode->{description} = GetAuthorisedValueDesc('', '', $item_details_result->{'ccode'}, '', '', 'CCODE', 'opac');
}
# Build the query for previous and next items
my $prev_query ='
SELECT itemnumber, biblionumber, cn_sort, itemcallnumber
FROM items
WHERE
((cn_sort = ? AND itemnumber < ?) OR cn_sort < ?) ';
my $next_query ='
SELECT itemnumber, biblionumber, cn_sort, itemcallnumber
FROM items
WHERE
((cn_sort = ? AND itemnumber >= ?) OR cn_sort > ?) ';
my @params;
my $query_cond;
push @params, ($start_cn_sort, $itemnumber, $start_cn_sort);
if ($start_homebranch) {
$query_cond .= 'AND homebranch = ? ';
push @params, $start_homebranch->{code};
}
if ($start_location) {
$query_cond .= 'AND location = ? ';
push @params, $start_location->{code};
}
if ($start_ccode) {
$query_cond .= 'AND ccode = ? ';
push @params, $start_ccode->{code};
}
my @prev_items = @{
$dbh->selectall_arrayref(
$prev_query . $query_cond . ' ORDER BY cn_sort DESC, itemnumber DESC LIMIT ?',
{ Slice => {} },
( @params, $gap )
)
};
my @next_items = @{
$dbh->selectall_arrayref(
$next_query . $query_cond . ' ORDER BY cn_sort, itemnumber LIMIT ?',
{ Slice => {} },
( @params, $gap + 1 )
)
};
my $prev_item = $prev_items[-1];
my $next_item = $next_items[-1];
@next_items = splice( @next_items, 0, $num_each_side + 1 );
@prev_items = reverse splice( @prev_items, 0, $num_each_side );
my @items = ( @prev_items, @next_items );
$next_item = undef
if not $next_item
or ( $next_item->{itemnumber} == $items[-1]->{itemnumber}
and ( @prev_items or @next_items <= 1 )
);
$prev_item = undef
if not $prev_item
or ( $prev_item->{itemnumber} == $items[0]->{itemnumber}
and ( @next_items or @prev_items <= 1 )
);
# populate the items
@items = GetShelfInfo( @items );
return {
items => \@items,
next_item => $next_item,
prev_item => $prev_item,
starting_homebranch => $start_homebranch,
starting_location => $start_location,
starting_ccode => $start_ccode,
};
}
# populate an item list with its title and upc, oclc and isbn normalized.
# Not really intended to be exported.
sub GetShelfInfo {
my @items = @_;
my $marcflavour = C4::Context->preference("marcflavour");
my @valid_items;
for my $item ( @items ) {
my $biblio = Koha::Biblios->find( $item->{biblionumber} );
next unless defined $biblio;
$item->{biblio_object} = $biblio;
$item->{biblionumber} = $biblio->biblionumber;
$item->{title} = $biblio->title;
$item->{subtitle} = $biblio->subtitle;
$item->{medium} = $biblio->medium;
$item->{part_number} = $biblio->part_number;
$item->{part_name} = $biblio->part_name;
my $this_record = GetMarcBiblio({ biblionumber => $biblio->biblionumber });
$item->{'browser_normalized_upc'} = GetNormalizedUPC($this_record,$marcflavour);
$item->{'browser_normalized_oclc'} = GetNormalizedOCLCNumber($this_record,$marcflavour);
$item->{'browser_normalized_isbn'} = GetNormalizedISBN(undef,$this_record,$marcflavour);
$item->{'browser_normalized_ean'} = GetNormalizedEAN($this_record,$marcflavour);
push @valid_items, $item;
}
return @valid_items;
}
1;