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package C4::Items;
# Copyright 2007 LibLime, Inc.
#
# 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
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#
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# Koha; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc., 59 Temple Place,
# Suite 330, Boston, MA 02111-1307 USA
use strict;
use Carp;
use C4::Context;
use C4::Koha;
use C4::Biblio;
use C4::Dates qw/format_date format_date_in_iso/;
use MARC::Record;
use C4::ClassSource;
use C4::Log;
use C4::Branch;
require C4::Reserves;
use C4::Charset;
use vars qw($VERSION @ISA @EXPORT);
BEGIN {
$VERSION = 3.01;
require Exporter;
@ISA = qw( Exporter );
# function exports
@EXPORT = qw(
GetItem
AddItemFromMarc
AddItem
AddItemBatchFromMarc
ModItemFromMarc
ModItem
ModDateLastSeen
ModItemTransfer
DelItem
CheckItemPreSave
GetItemStatus
GetItemLocation
GetLostItems
GetItemsForInventory
GetItemsCount
GetItemInfosOf
GetItemsByBiblioitemnumber
GetItemsInfo
get_itemnumbers_of
GetItemnumberFromBarcode
CartToShelf
);
}
=head1 NAME
C4::Items - item management functions
=head1 DESCRIPTION
This module contains an API for manipulating item
records in Koha, and is used by cataloguing, circulation,
acquisitions, and serials management.
A Koha item record is stored in two places: the
items table and embedded in a MARC tag in the XML
version of the associated bib record in C<biblioitems.marcxml>.
This is done to allow the item information to be readily
indexed (e.g., by Zebra), but means that each item
modification transaction must keep the items table
and the MARC XML in sync at all times.
Consequently, all code that creates, modifies, or deletes
item records B<must> use an appropriate function from
C<C4::Items>. If no existing function is suitable, it is
better to add one to C<C4::Items> than to use add
one-off SQL statements to add or modify items.
The items table will be considered authoritative. In other
words, if there is ever a discrepancy between the items
table and the MARC XML, the items table should be considered
accurate.
=head1 HISTORICAL NOTE
Most of the functions in C<C4::Items> were originally in
the C<C4::Biblio> module.
=head1 CORE EXPORTED FUNCTIONS
The following functions are meant for use by users
of C<C4::Items>
=cut
=head2 GetItem
=over 4
$item = GetItem($itemnumber,$barcode,$serial);
=back
Return item information, for a given itemnumber or barcode.
The return value is a hashref mapping item column
names to values. If C<$serial> is true, include serial publication data.
=cut
sub GetItem {
my ($itemnumber,$barcode, $serial) = @_;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my $data;
if ($itemnumber) {
my $sth = $dbh->prepare("
SELECT * FROM items
WHERE itemnumber = ?");
$sth->execute($itemnumber);
$data = $sth->fetchrow_hashref;
} else {
my $sth = $dbh->prepare("
SELECT * FROM items
WHERE barcode = ?"
);
$sth->execute($barcode);
$data = $sth->fetchrow_hashref;
}
if ( $serial) {
my $ssth = $dbh->prepare("SELECT serialseq,publisheddate from serialitems left join serial on serialitems.serialid=serial.serialid where serialitems.itemnumber=?");
$ssth->execute($data->{'itemnumber'}) ;
($data->{'serialseq'} , $data->{'publisheddate'}) = $ssth->fetchrow_array();
warn $data->{'serialseq'} , $data->{'publisheddate'};
}
#if we don't have an items.itype, use biblioitems.itemtype.
if( ! $data->{'itype'} ) {
my $sth = $dbh->prepare("SELECT itemtype FROM biblioitems WHERE biblionumber = ?");
$sth->execute($data->{'biblionumber'});
($data->{'itype'}) = $sth->fetchrow_array;
}
return $data;
} # sub GetItem
=head2 CartToShelf
=over 4
CartToShelf($itemnumber);
=back
Set the current shelving location of the item record
to its stored permanent shelving location. This is
primarily used to indicate when an item whose current
location is a special processing ('PROC') or shelving cart
('CART') location is back in the stacks.
=cut
sub CartToShelf {
my ( $itemnumber ) = @_;
unless ( $itemnumber ) {
croak "FAILED CartToShelf() - no itemnumber supplied";
}
my $item = GetItem($itemnumber);
$item->{location} = $item->{permanent_location};
ModItem($item, undef, $itemnumber);
}
=head2 AddItemFromMarc
=over 4
my ($biblionumber, $biblioitemnumber, $itemnumber)
= AddItemFromMarc($source_item_marc, $biblionumber);
=back
Given a MARC::Record object containing an embedded item
record and a biblionumber, create a new item record.
=cut
sub AddItemFromMarc {
my ( $source_item_marc, $biblionumber ) = @_;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
# parse item hash from MARC
my $frameworkcode = GetFrameworkCode( $biblionumber );
my $item = &TransformMarcToKoha( $dbh, $source_item_marc, $frameworkcode );
my $unlinked_item_subfields = _get_unlinked_item_subfields($source_item_marc, $frameworkcode);
return AddItem($item, $biblionumber, $dbh, $frameworkcode, $unlinked_item_subfields);
}
=head2 AddItem
=over 4
my ($biblionumber, $biblioitemnumber, $itemnumber)
= AddItem($item, $biblionumber[, $dbh, $frameworkcode, $unlinked_item_subfields]);
=back
Given a hash containing item column names as keys,
create a new Koha item record.
The first two optional parameters (C<$dbh> and C<$frameworkcode>)
do not need to be supplied for general use; they exist
simply to allow them to be picked up from AddItemFromMarc.
The final optional parameter, C<$unlinked_item_subfields>, contains
an arrayref containing subfields present in the original MARC
representation of the item (e.g., from the item editor) that are
not mapped to C<items> columns directly but should instead
be stored in C<items.more_subfields_xml> and included in
the biblio items tag for display and indexing.
=cut
sub AddItem {
my $item = shift;
my $biblionumber = shift;
my $dbh = @_ ? shift : C4::Context->dbh;
my $frameworkcode = @_ ? shift : GetFrameworkCode( $biblionumber );
my $unlinked_item_subfields;
if (@_) {
$unlinked_item_subfields = shift
};
# needs old biblionumber and biblioitemnumber
$item->{'biblionumber'} = $biblionumber;
my $sth = $dbh->prepare("SELECT biblioitemnumber FROM biblioitems WHERE biblionumber=?");
$sth->execute( $item->{'biblionumber'} );
($item->{'biblioitemnumber'}) = $sth->fetchrow;
_set_defaults_for_add($item);
_set_derived_columns_for_add($item);
$item->{'more_subfields_xml'} = _get_unlinked_subfields_xml($unlinked_item_subfields);
# FIXME - checks here
unless ( $item->{itype} ) { # default to biblioitem.itemtype if no itype
my $itype_sth = $dbh->prepare("SELECT itemtype FROM biblioitems WHERE biblionumber = ?");
$itype_sth->execute( $item->{'biblionumber'} );
( $item->{'itype'} ) = $itype_sth->fetchrow_array;
}
my ( $itemnumber, $error ) = _koha_new_item( $item, $item->{barcode} );
$item->{'itemnumber'} = $itemnumber;
# create MARC tag representing item and add to bib
my $new_item_marc = _marc_from_item_hash($item, $frameworkcode, $unlinked_item_subfields);
_add_item_field_to_biblio($new_item_marc, $item->{'biblionumber'}, $frameworkcode );
logaction("CATALOGUING", "ADD", $itemnumber, "item") if C4::Context->preference("CataloguingLog");
return ($item->{biblionumber}, $item->{biblioitemnumber}, $itemnumber);
}
=head2 AddItemBatchFromMarc
=over 4
($itemnumber_ref, $error_ref) = AddItemBatchFromMarc($record, $biblionumber, $biblioitemnumber, $frameworkcode);
=back
Efficiently create item records from a MARC biblio record with
embedded item fields. This routine is suitable for batch jobs.
This API assumes that the bib record has already been
saved to the C<biblio> and C<biblioitems> tables. It does
not expect that C<biblioitems.marc> and C<biblioitems.marcxml>
are populated, but it will do so via a call to ModBibiloMarc.
The goal of this API is to have a similar effect to using AddBiblio
and AddItems in succession, but without inefficient repeated
parsing of the MARC XML bib record.
This function returns an arrayref of new itemsnumbers and an arrayref of item
errors encountered during the processing. Each entry in the errors
list is a hashref containing the following keys:
=over 2
=item item_sequence
Sequence number of original item tag in the MARC record.
=item item_barcode
Item barcode, provide to assist in the construction of
useful error messages.
=item error_condition
Code representing the error condition. Can be 'duplicate_barcode',
'invalid_homebranch', or 'invalid_holdingbranch'.
=item error_information
Additional information appropriate to the error condition.
=back
=cut
sub AddItemBatchFromMarc {
my ($record, $biblionumber, $biblioitemnumber, $frameworkcode) = @_;
my $error;
my @itemnumbers = ();
my @errors = ();
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
# loop through the item tags and start creating items
my @bad_item_fields = ();
my ($itemtag, $itemsubfield) = &GetMarcFromKohaField("items.itemnumber",'');
my $item_sequence_num = 0;
ITEMFIELD: foreach my $item_field ($record->field($itemtag)) {
$item_sequence_num++;
# we take the item field and stick it into a new
# MARC record -- this is required so far because (FIXME)
# TransformMarcToKoha requires a MARC::Record, not a MARC::Field
# and there is no TransformMarcFieldToKoha
my $temp_item_marc = MARC::Record->new();
$temp_item_marc->append_fields($item_field);
# add biblionumber and biblioitemnumber
my $item = TransformMarcToKoha( $dbh, $temp_item_marc, $frameworkcode, 'items' );
my $unlinked_item_subfields = _get_unlinked_item_subfields($temp_item_marc, $frameworkcode);
$item->{'more_subfields_xml'} = _get_unlinked_subfields_xml($unlinked_item_subfields);
$item->{'biblionumber'} = $biblionumber;
$item->{'biblioitemnumber'} = $biblioitemnumber;
# check for duplicate barcode
my %item_errors = CheckItemPreSave($item);
if (%item_errors) {
push @errors, _repack_item_errors($item_sequence_num, $item, \%item_errors);
push @bad_item_fields, $item_field;
next ITEMFIELD;
}
_set_defaults_for_add($item);
_set_derived_columns_for_add($item);
my ( $itemnumber, $error ) = _koha_new_item( $item, $item->{barcode} );
warn $error if $error;
push @itemnumbers, $itemnumber; # FIXME not checking error
$item->{'itemnumber'} = $itemnumber;
logaction("CATALOGUING", "ADD", $itemnumber, "item") if C4::Context->preference("CataloguingLog");
my $new_item_marc = _marc_from_item_hash($item, $frameworkcode, $unlinked_item_subfields);
$item_field->replace_with($new_item_marc->field($itemtag));
}
# remove any MARC item fields for rejected items
foreach my $item_field (@bad_item_fields) {
$record->delete_field($item_field);
}
# update the MARC biblio
$biblionumber = ModBiblioMarc( $record, $biblionumber, $frameworkcode );
return (\@itemnumbers, \@errors);
}
=head2 ModItemFromMarc
=over 4
ModItemFromMarc($item_marc, $biblionumber, $itemnumber);
=back
This function updates an item record based on a supplied
C<MARC::Record> object containing an embedded item field.
This API is meant for the use of C<additem.pl>; for
other purposes, C<ModItem> should be used.
This function uses the hash %default_values_for_mod_from_marc,
which contains default values for item fields to
apply when modifying an item. This is needed beccause
if an item field's value is cleared, TransformMarcToKoha
does not include the column in the
hash that's passed to ModItem, which without
use of this hash makes it impossible to clear
an item field's value. See bug 2466.
Note that only columns that can be directly
changed from the cataloging and serials
item editors are included in this hash.
=cut
my %default_values_for_mod_from_marc = (
barcode => undef,
booksellerid => undef,
ccode => undef,
'items.cn_source' => undef,
copynumber => undef,
damaged => 0,
dateaccessioned => undef,
enumchron => undef,
holdingbranch => undef,
homebranch => undef,
itemcallnumber => undef,
itemlost => 0,
itemnotes => undef,
itype => undef,
location => undef,
materials => undef,
notforloan => 0,
paidfor => undef,
price => undef,
replacementprice => undef,
replacementpricedate => undef,
restricted => undef,
stack => undef,
uri => undef,
wthdrawn => 0,
);
sub ModItemFromMarc {
my $item_marc = shift;
my $biblionumber = shift;
my $itemnumber = shift;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my $frameworkcode = GetFrameworkCode( $biblionumber );
my $item = &TransformMarcToKoha( $dbh, $item_marc, $frameworkcode );
foreach my $item_field (keys %default_values_for_mod_from_marc) {
$item->{$item_field} = $default_values_for_mod_from_marc{$item_field} unless exists $item->{$item_field};
}
my $unlinked_item_subfields = _get_unlinked_item_subfields($item_marc, $frameworkcode);
return ModItem($item, $biblionumber, $itemnumber, $dbh, $frameworkcode, $unlinked_item_subfields);
}
=head2 ModItem
=over 4
ModItem({ column => $newvalue }, $biblionumber, $itemnumber[, $original_item_marc]);
=back
Change one or more columns in an item record and update
the MARC representation of the item.
The first argument is a hashref mapping from item column
names to the new values. The second and third arguments
are the biblionumber and itemnumber, respectively.
The fourth, optional parameter, C<$unlinked_item_subfields>, contains
an arrayref containing subfields present in the original MARC
representation of the item (e.g., from the item editor) that are
not mapped to C<items> columns directly but should instead
be stored in C<items.more_subfields_xml> and included in
the biblio items tag for display and indexing.
If one of the changed columns is used to calculate
the derived value of a column such as C<items.cn_sort>,
this routine will perform the necessary calculation
and set the value.
=cut
sub ModItem {
my $item = shift;
my $biblionumber = shift;
my $itemnumber = shift;
# if $biblionumber is undefined, get it from the current item
unless (defined $biblionumber) {
$biblionumber = _get_single_item_column('biblionumber', $itemnumber);
}
my $dbh = @_ ? shift : C4::Context->dbh;
my $frameworkcode = @_ ? shift : GetFrameworkCode( $biblionumber );
my $unlinked_item_subfields;
if (@_) {
$unlinked_item_subfields = shift;
$item->{'more_subfields_xml'} = _get_unlinked_subfields_xml($unlinked_item_subfields);
};
$item->{'itemnumber'} = $itemnumber or return undef;
_set_derived_columns_for_mod($item);
_do_column_fixes_for_mod($item);
# FIXME add checks
# duplicate barcode
# attempt to change itemnumber
# attempt to change biblionumber (if we want
# an API to relink an item to a different bib,
# it should be a separate function)
# update items table
_koha_modify_item($item);
# update biblio MARC XML
my $whole_item = GetItem($itemnumber) or die "FAILED GetItem($itemnumber)";
unless (defined $unlinked_item_subfields) {
$unlinked_item_subfields = _parse_unlinked_item_subfields_from_xml($whole_item->{'more_subfields_xml'});
}
my $new_item_marc = _marc_from_item_hash($whole_item, $frameworkcode, $unlinked_item_subfields)
or die "FAILED _marc_from_item_hash($whole_item, $frameworkcode)";
_replace_item_field_in_biblio($new_item_marc, $biblionumber, $itemnumber, $frameworkcode);
($new_item_marc eq '0') and die "$new_item_marc is '0', not hashref"; # logaction line would crash anyway
logaction("CATALOGUING", "MODIFY", $itemnumber, $new_item_marc->as_formatted) if C4::Context->preference("CataloguingLog");
}
=head2 ModItemTransfer
=over 4
ModItemTransfer($itenumber, $frombranch, $tobranch);
=back
Marks an item as being transferred from one branch
to another.
=cut
sub ModItemTransfer {
my ( $itemnumber, $frombranch, $tobranch ) = @_;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
#new entry in branchtransfers....
my $sth = $dbh->prepare(
"INSERT INTO branchtransfers (itemnumber, frombranch, datesent, tobranch)
VALUES (?, ?, NOW(), ?)");
$sth->execute($itemnumber, $frombranch, $tobranch);
ModItem({ holdingbranch => $tobranch }, undef, $itemnumber);
ModDateLastSeen($itemnumber);
return;
}
=head2 ModDateLastSeen
=over 4
ModDateLastSeen($itemnum);
=back
Mark item as seen. Is called when an item is issued, returned or manually marked during inventory/stocktaking.
C<$itemnum> is the item number
=cut
sub ModDateLastSeen {
my ($itemnumber) = @_;
my $today = C4::Dates->new();
ModItem({ itemlost => 0, datelastseen => $today->output("iso") }, undef, $itemnumber);
}
=head2 DelItem
=over 4
DelItem($biblionumber, $itemnumber);
=back
Exported function (core API) for deleting an item record in Koha.
=cut
sub DelItem {
my ( $dbh, $biblionumber, $itemnumber ) = @_;
# FIXME check the item has no current issues
_koha_delete_item( $dbh, $itemnumber );
# get the MARC record
my $record = GetMarcBiblio($biblionumber);
my $frameworkcode = GetFrameworkCode($biblionumber);
# backup the record
my $copy2deleted = $dbh->prepare("UPDATE deleteditems SET marc=? WHERE itemnumber=?");
$copy2deleted->execute( $record->as_usmarc(), $itemnumber );
#search item field code
my ( $itemtag, $itemsubfield ) = GetMarcFromKohaField("items.itemnumber",$frameworkcode);
my @fields = $record->field($itemtag);
# delete the item specified
foreach my $field (@fields) {
if ( $field->subfield($itemsubfield) eq $itemnumber ) {
$record->delete_field($field);
}
}
&ModBiblioMarc( $record, $biblionumber, $frameworkcode );
logaction("CATALOGUING", "DELETE", $itemnumber, "item") if C4::Context->preference("CataloguingLog");
}
=head2 CheckItemPreSave
=over 4
my $item_ref = TransformMarcToKoha($marc, 'items');
# do stuff
my %errors = CheckItemPreSave($item_ref);
if (exists $errors{'duplicate_barcode'}) {
print "item has duplicate barcode: ", $errors{'duplicate_barcode'}, "\n";
} elsif (exists $errors{'invalid_homebranch'}) {
print "item has invalid home branch: ", $errors{'invalid_homebranch'}, "\n";
} elsif (exists $errors{'invalid_holdingbranch'}) {
print "item has invalid holding branch: ", $errors{'invalid_holdingbranch'}, "\n";
} else {
print "item is OK";
}
=back
Given a hashref containing item fields, determine if it can be
inserted or updated in the database. Specifically, checks for
database integrity issues, and returns a hash containing any
of the following keys, if applicable.
=over 2
=item duplicate_barcode
Barcode, if it duplicates one already found in the database.
=item invalid_homebranch
Home branch, if not defined in branches table.
=item invalid_holdingbranch
Holding branch, if not defined in branches table.
=back
This function does NOT implement any policy-related checks,
e.g., whether current operator is allowed to save an
item that has a given branch code.
=cut
sub CheckItemPreSave {
my $item_ref = shift;
my %errors = ();
# check for duplicate barcode
if (exists $item_ref->{'barcode'} and defined $item_ref->{'barcode'}) {
my $existing_itemnumber = GetItemnumberFromBarcode($item_ref->{'barcode'});
if ($existing_itemnumber) {
if (!exists $item_ref->{'itemnumber'} # new item
or $item_ref->{'itemnumber'} != $existing_itemnumber) { # existing item
$errors{'duplicate_barcode'} = $item_ref->{'barcode'};
}
}
}
# check for valid home branch
if (exists $item_ref->{'homebranch'} and defined $item_ref->{'homebranch'}) {
my $branch_name = GetBranchName($item_ref->{'homebranch'});
unless (defined $branch_name) {
# relies on fact that branches.branchname is a non-NULL column,
# so GetBranchName returns undef only if branch does not exist
$errors{'invalid_homebranch'} = $item_ref->{'homebranch'};
}
}
# check for valid holding branch
if (exists $item_ref->{'holdingbranch'} and defined $item_ref->{'holdingbranch'}) {
my $branch_name = GetBranchName($item_ref->{'holdingbranch'});
unless (defined $branch_name) {
# relies on fact that branches.branchname is a non-NULL column,
# so GetBranchName returns undef only if branch does not exist
$errors{'invalid_holdingbranch'} = $item_ref->{'holdingbranch'};
}
}
return %errors;
}
=head1 EXPORTED SPECIAL ACCESSOR FUNCTIONS
The following functions provide various ways of
getting an item record, a set of item records, or
lists of authorized values for certain item fields.
Some of the functions in this group are candidates
for refactoring -- for example, some of the code
in C<GetItemsByBiblioitemnumber> and C<GetItemsInfo>
has copy-and-paste work.
=cut
=head2 GetItemStatus
=over 4
$itemstatushash = GetItemStatus($fwkcode);
=back
Returns a list of valid values for the
C<items.notforloan> field.
NOTE: does B<not> return an individual item's
status.
Can be MARC dependant.
fwkcode is optional.
But basically could be can be loan or not
Create a status selector with the following code
=head3 in PERL SCRIPT
=over 4
my $itemstatushash = getitemstatus;
my @itemstatusloop;
foreach my $thisstatus (keys %$itemstatushash) {
my %row =(value => $thisstatus,
statusname => $itemstatushash->{$thisstatus}->{'statusname'},
);
push @itemstatusloop, \%row;
}
$template->param(statusloop=>\@itemstatusloop);
=back
=head3 in TEMPLATE
=over 4
<select name="statusloop">
<option value="">Default</option>
<!-- TMPL_LOOP name="statusloop" -->
<option value="<!-- TMPL_VAR name="value" -->" <!-- TMPL_IF name="selected" -->selected<!-- /TMPL_IF -->><!-- TMPL_VAR name="statusname" --></option>
<!-- /TMPL_LOOP -->
</select>
=back
=cut
sub GetItemStatus {
# returns a reference to a hash of references to status...
my ($fwk) = @_;
my %itemstatus;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my $sth;
$fwk = '' unless ($fwk);
my ( $tag, $subfield ) =
GetMarcFromKohaField( "items.notforloan", $fwk );
if ( $tag and $subfield ) {
my $sth =
$dbh->prepare(
"SELECT authorised_value
FROM marc_subfield_structure
WHERE tagfield=?
AND tagsubfield=?
AND frameworkcode=?
"
);
$sth->execute( $tag, $subfield, $fwk );
if ( my ($authorisedvaluecat) = $sth->fetchrow ) {
my $authvalsth =
$dbh->prepare(
"SELECT authorised_value,lib
FROM authorised_values
WHERE category=?
ORDER BY lib
"
);
$authvalsth->execute($authorisedvaluecat);
while ( my ( $authorisedvalue, $lib ) = $authvalsth->fetchrow ) {
$itemstatus{$authorisedvalue} = $lib;
}
$authvalsth->finish;
return \%itemstatus;
exit 1;
}
else {
#No authvalue list
# build default
}
$sth->finish;
}
#No authvalue list
#build default
$itemstatus{"1"} = "Not For Loan";
return \%itemstatus;
}
=head2 GetItemLocation
=over 4
$itemlochash = GetItemLocation($fwk);
=back
Returns a list of valid values for the
C<items.location> field.
NOTE: does B<not> return an individual item's
location.
where fwk stands for an optional framework code.
Create a location selector with the following code
=head3 in PERL SCRIPT
=over 4
my $itemlochash = getitemlocation;
my @itemlocloop;
foreach my $thisloc (keys %$itemlochash) {
my $selected = 1 if $thisbranch eq $branch;
my %row =(locval => $thisloc,
selected => $selected,
locname => $itemlochash->{$thisloc},
);
push @itemlocloop, \%row;
}
$template->param(itemlocationloop => \@itemlocloop);
=back
=head3 in TEMPLATE
=over 4
<select name="location">
<option value="">Default</option>
<!-- TMPL_LOOP name="itemlocationloop" -->
<option value="<!-- TMPL_VAR name="locval" -->" <!-- TMPL_IF name="selected" -->selected<!-- /TMPL_IF -->><!-- TMPL_VAR name="locname" --></option>
<!-- /TMPL_LOOP -->
</select>
=back
=cut
sub GetItemLocation {
# returns a reference to a hash of references to location...
my ($fwk) = @_;
my %itemlocation;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my $sth;
$fwk = '' unless ($fwk);
my ( $tag, $subfield ) =
GetMarcFromKohaField( "items.location", $fwk );
if ( $tag and $subfield ) {
my $sth =
$dbh->prepare(
"SELECT authorised_value
FROM marc_subfield_structure
WHERE tagfield=?
AND tagsubfield=?
AND frameworkcode=?"
);
$sth->execute( $tag, $subfield, $fwk );
if ( my ($authorisedvaluecat) = $sth->fetchrow ) {
my $authvalsth =
$dbh->prepare(
"SELECT authorised_value,lib
FROM authorised_values
WHERE category=?
ORDER BY lib"
);
$authvalsth->execute($authorisedvaluecat);
while ( my ( $authorisedvalue, $lib ) = $authvalsth->fetchrow ) {
$itemlocation{$authorisedvalue} = $lib;
}
$authvalsth->finish;
return \%itemlocation;
exit 1;
}
else {
#No authvalue list
# build default
}
$sth->finish;
}
#No authvalue list
#build default
$itemlocation{"1"} = "Not For Loan";
return \%itemlocation;
}
=head2 GetLostItems
=over 4
$items = GetLostItems( $where, $orderby );
=back
This function gets a list of lost items.
=over 2
=item input:
C<$where> is a hashref. it containts a field of the items table as key
and the value to match as value. For example:
{ barcode => 'abc123',
homebranch => 'CPL', }
C<$orderby> is a field of the items table by which the resultset
should be orderd.
=item return:
C<$items> is a reference to an array full of hashrefs with columns
from the "items" table as keys.
=item usage in the perl script:
my $where = { barcode => '0001548' };
my $items = GetLostItems( $where, "homebranch" );
$template->param( itemsloop => $items );
=back
=cut
sub GetLostItems {
# Getting input args.
my $where = shift;
my $orderby = shift;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my $query = "
SELECT *
FROM items
LEFT JOIN biblio ON (items.biblionumber = biblio.biblionumber)
LEFT JOIN biblioitems ON (items.biblionumber = biblioitems.biblionumber)
LEFT JOIN authorised_values ON (items.itemlost = authorised_values.authorised_value)
WHERE
authorised_values.category = 'LOST'
AND itemlost IS NOT NULL
AND itemlost <> 0
";
my @query_parameters;
foreach my $key (keys %$where) {
$query .= " AND $key LIKE ?";
push @query_parameters, "%$where->{$key}%";
}
my @ordervalues = qw/title author homebranch itype barcode price replacementprice lib datelastseen location/;
if ( defined $orderby && grep($orderby, @ordervalues)) {
$query .= ' ORDER BY '.$orderby;
}
my $sth = $dbh->prepare($query);
$sth->execute( @query_parameters );
my $items = [];
while ( my $row = $sth->fetchrow_hashref ){
push @$items, $row;
}
return $items;
}
=head2 GetItemsForInventory
=over 4
$itemlist = GetItemsForInventory($minlocation, $maxlocation, $location, $itemtype $datelastseen, $branch, $offset, $size);
=back
Retrieve a list of title/authors/barcode/callnumber, for biblio inventory.
The sub returns a reference to a list of hashes, each containing
itemnumber, author, title, barcode, item callnumber, and date last
seen. It is ordered by callnumber then title.
The required minlocation & maxlocation parameters are used to specify a range of item callnumbers
the datelastseen can be used to specify that you want to see items not seen since a past date only.
offset & size can be used to retrieve only a part of the whole listing (defaut behaviour)
=cut
sub GetItemsForInventory {
my ( $minlocation, $maxlocation,$location, $itemtype, $ignoreissued, $datelastseen, $branch, $offset, $size ) = @_;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my ( @bind_params, @where_strings );
my $query = <<'END_SQL';
SELECT items.itemnumber, barcode, itemcallnumber, title, author, biblio.biblionumber, datelastseen
FROM items
LEFT JOIN biblio ON items.biblionumber = biblio.biblionumber
LEFT JOIN biblioitems on items.biblionumber = biblioitems.biblionumber
END_SQL
if ($minlocation) {
push @where_strings, 'itemcallnumber >= ?';
push @bind_params, $minlocation;
}
if ($maxlocation) {
push @where_strings, 'itemcallnumber <= ?';
push @bind_params, $maxlocation;
}
if ($datelastseen) {
$datelastseen = format_date_in_iso($datelastseen);
push @where_strings, '(datelastseen < ? OR datelastseen IS NULL)';
push @bind_params, $datelastseen;
}
if ( $location ) {
push @where_strings, 'items.location = ?';
push @bind_params, $location;
}
if ( $branch ) {
push @where_strings, 'items.homebranch = ?';
push @bind_params, $branch;
}
if ( $itemtype ) {
push @where_strings, 'biblioitems.itemtype = ?';
push @bind_params, $itemtype;
}
if ( $ignoreissued) {
$query .= "LEFT JOIN issues ON items.itemnumber = issues.itemnumber ";
push @where_strings, 'issues.date_due IS NULL';
}
if ( @where_strings ) {
$query .= 'WHERE ';
$query .= join ' AND ', @where_strings;
}
$query .= ' ORDER BY items.cn_sort, itemcallnumber, title';
my $sth = $dbh->prepare($query);
$sth->execute( @bind_params );
my @results;
$size--;
while ( my $row = $sth->fetchrow_hashref ) {
$offset-- if ($offset);
$row->{datelastseen}=format_date($row->{datelastseen});
if ( ( !$offset ) && $size ) {
push @results, $row;
$size--;
}
}
return \@results;
}
=head2 GetItemsCount
=over 4
$count = &GetItemsCount( $biblionumber);
=back
This function return count of item with $biblionumber
=cut
sub GetItemsCount {
my ( $biblionumber ) = @_;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my $query = "SELECT count(*)
FROM items
WHERE biblionumber=?";
my $sth = $dbh->prepare($query);
$sth->execute($biblionumber);
my $count = $sth->fetchrow;
$sth->finish;
return ($count);
}
=head2 GetItemInfosOf
=over 4
GetItemInfosOf(@itemnumbers);
=back
=cut
sub GetItemInfosOf {
my @itemnumbers = @_;
my $query = '
SELECT *
FROM items
WHERE itemnumber IN (' . join( ',', @itemnumbers ) . ')
';
return get_infos_of( $query, 'itemnumber' );
}
=head2 GetItemsByBiblioitemnumber
=over 4
GetItemsByBiblioitemnumber($biblioitemnumber);
=back
Returns an arrayref of hashrefs suitable for use in a TMPL_LOOP
Called by C<C4::XISBN>
=cut
sub GetItemsByBiblioitemnumber {
my ( $bibitem ) = @_;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my $sth = $dbh->prepare("SELECT * FROM items WHERE items.biblioitemnumber = ?") || die $dbh->errstr;
# Get all items attached to a biblioitem
my $i = 0;
my @results;
$sth->execute($bibitem) || die $sth->errstr;
while ( my $data = $sth->fetchrow_hashref ) {
# Foreach item, get circulation information
my $sth2 = $dbh->prepare( "SELECT * FROM issues,borrowers
WHERE itemnumber = ?
AND issues.borrowernumber = borrowers.borrowernumber"
);
$sth2->execute( $data->{'itemnumber'} );
if ( my $data2 = $sth2->fetchrow_hashref ) {
# if item is out, set the due date and who it is out too
$data->{'date_due'} = $data2->{'date_due'};
$data->{'cardnumber'} = $data2->{'cardnumber'};
$data->{'borrowernumber'} = $data2->{'borrowernumber'};
}
else {
# set date_due to blank, so in the template we check itemlost, and wthdrawn
$data->{'date_due'} = '';
} # else
$sth2->finish;
# Find the last 3 people who borrowed this item.
my $query2 = "SELECT * FROM old_issues, borrowers WHERE itemnumber = ?
AND old_issues.borrowernumber = borrowers.borrowernumber
ORDER BY returndate desc,timestamp desc LIMIT 3";
$sth2 = $dbh->prepare($query2) || die $dbh->errstr;
$sth2->execute( $data->{'itemnumber'} ) || die $sth2->errstr;
my $i2 = 0;
while ( my $data2 = $sth2->fetchrow_hashref ) {
$data->{"timestamp$i2"} = $data2->{'timestamp'};
$data->{"card$i2"} = $data2->{'cardnumber'};
$data->{"borrower$i2"} = $data2->{'borrowernumber'};
$i2++;
}
$sth2->finish;
push(@results,$data);
}
$sth->finish;
return (\@results);
}
=head2 GetItemsInfo
=over 4
@results = GetItemsInfo($biblionumber, $type);
=back
Returns information about books with the given biblionumber.
C<$type> may be either C<intra> or anything else. If it is not set to
C<intra>, then the search will exclude lost, very overdue, and
withdrawn items.
C<GetItemsInfo> returns a list of references-to-hash. Each element
contains a number of keys. Most of them are table items from the
C<biblio>, C<biblioitems>, C<items>, and C<itemtypes> tables in the
Koha database. Other keys include:
=over 2
=item C<$data-E<gt>{branchname}>
The name (not the code) of the branch to which the book belongs.
=item C<$data-E<gt>{datelastseen}>
This is simply C<items.datelastseen>, except that while the date is
stored in YYYY-MM-DD format in the database, here it is converted to
DD/MM/YYYY format. A NULL date is returned as C<//>.
=item C<$data-E<gt>{datedue}>
=item C<$data-E<gt>{class}>
This is the concatenation of C<biblioitems.classification>, the book's
Dewey code, and C<biblioitems.subclass>.
=item C<$data-E<gt>{ocount}>
I think this is the number of copies of the book available.
=item C<$data-E<gt>{order}>
If this is set, it is set to C<One Order>.
=back
=cut
sub GetItemsInfo {
my ( $biblionumber, $type ) = @_;
my %restype;
my $attached_count = 0;
my ($rescount,$reserves) = C4::Reserves::GetReservesFromBiblionumber($biblionumber);
foreach my $res (@$reserves) {
if ($res->{itemnumber}) {
$attached_count++;
$restype{$res->{itemnumber}} = "Attached";
$rescount--;
}
}
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my $itemcount;
# note biblioitems.* must be avoided to prevent large marc and marcxml fields from killing performance.
my $query = "
SELECT items.*,
biblio.*,
biblioitems.volume,
biblioitems.number,
biblioitems.itemtype,
biblioitems.isbn,
biblioitems.issn,
biblioitems.publicationyear,
biblioitems.publishercode,
biblioitems.volumedate,
biblioitems.volumedesc,
biblioitems.lccn,
biblioitems.url,
items.notforloan as itemnotforloan,
itemtypes.description
FROM items
LEFT JOIN branches ON items.homebranch = branches.branchcode
LEFT JOIN biblio ON biblio.biblionumber = items.biblionumber
LEFT JOIN biblioitems ON biblioitems.biblioitemnumber = items.biblioitemnumber
LEFT JOIN itemtypes ON itemtypes.itemtype = "
. (C4::Context->preference('item-level_itypes') ? 'items.itype' : 'biblioitems.itemtype');
$query .= " WHERE items.biblionumber = ? ORDER BY branches.branchname,items.dateaccessioned desc" ;
my $sth = $dbh->prepare($query);
$sth->execute($biblionumber);
my $i = 0;
my @results;
my $serial;
my $isth = $dbh->prepare(
"SELECT issues.*,borrowers.cardnumber,borrowers.surname,borrowers.firstname,borrowers.branchcode as bcode
FROM issues LEFT JOIN borrowers ON issues.borrowernumber=borrowers.borrowernumber
WHERE itemnumber = ?"
);
my $ssth = $dbh->prepare("SELECT serialseq,publisheddate from serialitems left join serial on serialitems.serialid=serial.serialid where serialitems.itemnumber=? ");
while ( my $data = $sth->fetchrow_hashref ) {
$itemcount++;
my $datedue = '';
my ($restype,$reserves,$reserve_count);
my $reserve_status;
$isth->execute( $data->{'itemnumber'} );
if ( my $idata = $isth->fetchrow_hashref ) {
$data->{borrowernumber} = $idata->{borrowernumber};
$data->{cardnumber} = $idata->{cardnumber};
$data->{surname} = $idata->{surname};
$data->{firstname} = $idata->{firstname};
$datedue = $idata->{'date_due'};
if (C4::Context->preference("IndependantBranches")){
my $userenv = C4::Context->userenv;
if ( ($userenv) && ( $userenv->{flags} % 2 != 1 ) ) {
$data->{'NOTSAMEBRANCH'} = 1 if ($idata->{'bcode'} ne $userenv->{branch});
}
}
}
if ( $data->{'serial'}) {
$ssth->execute($data->{'itemnumber'}) ;
($data->{'serialseq'} , $data->{'publisheddate'}) = $ssth->fetchrow_array();
$serial = 1;
}
if ( $datedue eq '' ) {
if ($restype{$data->{'itemnumber'}} ne "Attached") {
$restype{$data->{'itemnumber'}} = ($itemcount <= $rescount) ? "Reserved" : '';
}
$reserve_status = $restype{$data->{'itemnumber'}};
}
$isth->finish;
$ssth->finish;
#get branch information.....
my $bsth = $dbh->prepare(
"SELECT * FROM branches WHERE branchcode = ?
"
);
$bsth->execute( $data->{'holdingbranch'} );
if ( my $bdata = $bsth->fetchrow_hashref ) {
$data->{'branchname'} = $bdata->{'branchname'};
}
$data->{'datedue'} = $datedue;
$data->{'reserve_status'} = $reserve_status;
$data->{'reserve_count'} = $rescount + $attached_count;
# get notforloan complete status if applicable
my $sthnflstatus = $dbh->prepare(
'SELECT authorised_value
FROM marc_subfield_structure
WHERE kohafield="items.notforloan"
'
);
$sthnflstatus->execute;
my ($authorised_valuecode) = $sthnflstatus->fetchrow;
if ($authorised_valuecode) {
$sthnflstatus = $dbh->prepare(
"SELECT lib FROM authorised_values
WHERE category=?
AND authorised_value=?"
);
$sthnflstatus->execute( $authorised_valuecode,
$data->{itemnotforloan} );
my ($lib) = $sthnflstatus->fetchrow;
$data->{notforloanvalue} = $lib;
}
$data->{itypenotforloan} = $data->{notforloan} if (C4::Context->preference('item-level_itypes'));
# my stack procedures
my $stackstatus = $dbh->prepare(
'SELECT authorised_value
FROM marc_subfield_structure
WHERE kohafield="items.stack"
'
);
$stackstatus->execute;
($authorised_valuecode) = $stackstatus->fetchrow;
if ($authorised_valuecode) {
$stackstatus = $dbh->prepare(
"SELECT lib
FROM authorised_values
WHERE category=?
AND authorised_value=?
"
);
$stackstatus->execute( $authorised_valuecode, $data->{stack} );
my ($lib) = $stackstatus->fetchrow;
$data->{stack} = $lib;
}
# Find the last 3 people who borrowed this item.
my $sth2 = $dbh->prepare("SELECT * FROM old_issues,borrowers
WHERE itemnumber = ?
AND old_issues.borrowernumber = borrowers.borrowernumber
ORDER BY returndate DESC
LIMIT 3");
$sth2->execute($data->{'itemnumber'});
my $ii = 0;
while (my $data2 = $sth2->fetchrow_hashref()) {
$data->{"timestamp$ii"} = $data2->{'timestamp'} if $data2->{'timestamp'};
$data->{"card$ii"} = $data2->{'cardnumber'} if $data2->{'cardnumber'};
$data->{"borrower$ii"} = $data2->{'borrowernumber'} if $data2->{'borrowernumber'};
$ii++;
}
$results[$i] = $data;
$i++;
}
if($serial) {
return( sort { ($b->{'publisheddate'} || $b->{'enumchron'}) cmp ($a->{'publisheddate'} || $a->{'enumchron'}) } @results );
} else {
return (@results);
}
}
=head2 get_itemnumbers_of
=over 4
my @itemnumbers_of = get_itemnumbers_of(@biblionumbers);
=back
Given a list of biblionumbers, return the list of corresponding itemnumbers
for each biblionumber.
Return a reference on a hash where keys are biblionumbers and values are
references on array of itemnumbers.
=cut
sub get_itemnumbers_of {
my @biblionumbers = @_;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my $query = '
SELECT itemnumber,
biblionumber
FROM items
WHERE biblionumber IN (?' . ( ',?' x scalar @biblionumbers - 1 ) . ')
';
my $sth = $dbh->prepare($query);
$sth->execute(@biblionumbers);
my %itemnumbers_of;
while ( my ( $itemnumber, $biblionumber ) = $sth->fetchrow_array ) {
push @{ $itemnumbers_of{$biblionumber} }, $itemnumber;
}
return \%itemnumbers_of;
}
=head2 GetItemnumberFromBarcode
=over 4
$result = GetItemnumberFromBarcode($barcode);
=back
=cut
sub GetItemnumberFromBarcode {
my ($barcode) = @_;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my $rq =
$dbh->prepare("SELECT itemnumber FROM items WHERE items.barcode=?");
$rq->execute($barcode);
my ($result) = $rq->fetchrow;
return ($result);
}
=head3 get_item_authorised_values
find the types and values for all authorised values assigned to this item.
parameters:
itemnumber
returns: a hashref malling the authorised value to the value set for this itemnumber
$authorised_values = {
'CCODE' => undef,
'DAMAGED' => '0',
'LOC' => '3',
'LOST' => '0'
'NOT_LOAN' => '0',
'RESTRICTED' => undef,
'STACK' => undef,
'WITHDRAWN' => '0',
'branches' => 'CPL',
'cn_source' => undef,
'itemtypes' => 'SER',
};
Notes: see C4::Biblio::get_biblio_authorised_values for a similar method at the biblio level.
=cut
sub get_item_authorised_values {
my $itemnumber = shift;
# assume that these entries in the authorised_value table are item level.
my $query = q(SELECT distinct authorised_value, kohafield
FROM marc_subfield_structure
WHERE kohafield like 'item%'
AND authorised_value != '' );
my $itemlevel_authorised_values = C4::Context->dbh->selectall_hashref( $query, 'authorised_value' );
my $iteminfo = GetItem( $itemnumber );
# warn( Data::Dumper->Dump( [ $itemlevel_authorised_values ], [ 'itemlevel_authorised_values' ] ) );
my $return;
foreach my $this_authorised_value ( keys %$itemlevel_authorised_values ) {
my $field = $itemlevel_authorised_values->{ $this_authorised_value }->{'kohafield'};
$field =~ s/^items\.//;
if ( exists $iteminfo->{ $field } ) {
$return->{ $this_authorised_value } = $iteminfo->{ $field };
}
}
# warn( Data::Dumper->Dump( [ $return ], [ 'return' ] ) );
return $return;
}
=head3 get_authorised_value_images
find a list of icons that are appropriate for display based on the
authorised values for a biblio.
parameters: listref of authorised values, such as comes from
get_item_authorised_values or
from C4::Biblio::get_biblio_authorised_values
returns: listref of hashrefs for each image. Each hashref looks like
this:
{ imageurl => '/intranet-tmpl/prog/img/itemtypeimg/npl/WEB.gif',
label => '',
category => '',
value => '', }
Notes: Currently, I put on the full path to the images on the staff
side. This should either be configurable or not done at all. Since I
have to deal with 'intranet' or 'opac' in
get_biblio_authorised_values, perhaps I should be passing it in.
=cut
sub get_authorised_value_images {
my $authorised_values = shift;
my @imagelist;
my $authorised_value_list = GetAuthorisedValues();
# warn ( Data::Dumper->Dump( [ $authorised_value_list ], [ 'authorised_value_list' ] ) );
foreach my $this_authorised_value ( @$authorised_value_list ) {
if ( exists $authorised_values->{ $this_authorised_value->{'category'} }
&& $authorised_values->{ $this_authorised_value->{'category'} } eq $this_authorised_value->{'authorised_value'} ) {
# warn ( Data::Dumper->Dump( [ $this_authorised_value ], [ 'this_authorised_value' ] ) );
if ( defined $this_authorised_value->{'imageurl'} ) {
push @imagelist, { imageurl => C4::Koha::getitemtypeimagelocation( 'intranet', $this_authorised_value->{'imageurl'} ),
label => $this_authorised_value->{'lib'},
category => $this_authorised_value->{'category'},
value => $this_authorised_value->{'authorised_value'}, };
}
}
}
# warn ( Data::Dumper->Dump( [ \@imagelist ], [ 'imagelist' ] ) );
return \@imagelist;
}
=head1 LIMITED USE FUNCTIONS
The following functions, while part of the public API,
are not exported. This is generally because they are
meant to be used by only one script for a specific
purpose, and should not be used in any other context
without careful thought.
=cut
=head2 GetMarcItem
=over 4
my $item_marc = GetMarcItem($biblionumber, $itemnumber);
=back
Returns MARC::Record of the item passed in parameter.
This function is meant for use only in C<cataloguing/additem.pl>,
where it is needed to support that script's MARC-like
editor.
=cut
sub GetMarcItem {
my ( $biblionumber, $itemnumber ) = @_;
# GetMarcItem has been revised so that it does the following:
# 1. Gets the item information from the items table.
# 2. Converts it to a MARC field for storage in the bib record.
#
# The previous behavior was:
# 1. Get the bib record.
# 2. Return the MARC tag corresponding to the item record.
#
# The difference is that one treats the items row as authoritative,
# while the other treats the MARC representation as authoritative
# under certain circumstances.
my $itemrecord = GetItem($itemnumber);
# Tack on 'items.' prefix to column names so that TransformKohaToMarc will work.
# Also, don't emit a subfield if the underlying field is blank.
my $mungeditem = {
map {
defined($itemrecord->{$_}) && $itemrecord->{$_} ne '' ? ("items.$_" => $itemrecord->{$_}) : ()
} keys %{ $itemrecord }
};
my $itemmarc = TransformKohaToMarc($mungeditem);
my $unlinked_item_subfields = _parse_unlinked_item_subfields_from_xml($mungeditem->{'items.more_subfields_xml'});
if (defined $unlinked_item_subfields and $#$unlinked_item_subfields > -1) {
my @fields = $itemmarc->fields();
if ($#fields > -1) {
$fields[0]->add_subfields(@$unlinked_item_subfields);
}
}
return $itemmarc;
}
=head1 PRIVATE FUNCTIONS AND VARIABLES
The following functions are not meant to be called
directly, but are documented in order to explain
the inner workings of C<C4::Items>.
=cut
=head2 %derived_columns
This hash keeps track of item columns that
are strictly derived from other columns in
the item record and are not meant to be set
independently.
Each key in the hash should be the name of a
column (as named by TransformMarcToKoha). Each
value should be hashref whose keys are the
columns on which the derived column depends. The
hashref should also contain a 'BUILDER' key
that is a reference to a sub that calculates
the derived value.
=cut
my %derived_columns = (
'items.cn_sort' => {
'itemcallnumber' => 1,
'items.cn_source' => 1,
'BUILDER' => \&_calc_items_cn_sort,
}
);
=head2 _set_derived_columns_for_add
=over 4
_set_derived_column_for_add($item);
=back
Given an item hash representing a new item to be added,
calculate any derived columns. Currently the only
such column is C<items.cn_sort>.
=cut
sub _set_derived_columns_for_add {
my $item = shift;
foreach my $column (keys %derived_columns) {
my $builder = $derived_columns{$column}->{'BUILDER'};
my $source_values = {};
foreach my $source_column (keys %{ $derived_columns{$column} }) {
next if $source_column eq 'BUILDER';
$source_values->{$source_column} = $item->{$source_column};
}
$builder->($item, $source_values);
}
}
=head2 _set_derived_columns_for_mod
=over 4
_set_derived_column_for_mod($item);
=back
Given an item hash representing a new item to be modified.
calculate any derived columns. Currently the only
such column is C<items.cn_sort>.
This routine differs from C<_set_derived_columns_for_add>
in that it needs to handle partial item records. In other
words, the caller of C<ModItem> may have supplied only one
or two columns to be changed, so this function needs to
determine whether any of the columns to be changed affect
any of the derived columns. Also, if a derived column
depends on more than one column, but the caller is not
changing all of then, this routine retrieves the unchanged
values from the database in order to ensure a correct
calculation.
=cut
sub _set_derived_columns_for_mod {
my $item = shift;
foreach my $column (keys %derived_columns) {
my $builder = $derived_columns{$column}->{'BUILDER'};
my $source_values = {};
my %missing_sources = ();
my $must_recalc = 0;
foreach my $source_column (keys %{ $derived_columns{$column} }) {
next if $source_column eq 'BUILDER';
if (exists $item->{$source_column}) {
$must_recalc = 1;
$source_values->{$source_column} = $item->{$source_column};
} else {
$missing_sources{$source_column} = 1;
}
}
if ($must_recalc) {
foreach my $source_column (keys %missing_sources) {
$source_values->{$source_column} = _get_single_item_column($source_column, $item->{'itemnumber'});
}
$builder->($item, $source_values);
}
}
}
=head2 _do_column_fixes_for_mod
=over 4
_do_column_fixes_for_mod($item);
=back
Given an item hashref containing one or more
columns to modify, fix up certain values.
Specifically, set to 0 any passed value
of C<notforloan>, C<damaged>, C<itemlost>, or
C<wthdrawn> that is either undefined or
contains the empty string.
=cut
sub _do_column_fixes_for_mod {
my $item = shift;
if (exists $item->{'notforloan'} and
(not defined $item->{'notforloan'} or $item->{'notforloan'} eq '')) {
$item->{'notforloan'} = 0;
}
if (exists $item->{'damaged'} and
(not defined $item->{'damaged'} or $item->{'damaged'} eq '')) {
$item->{'damaged'} = 0;
}
if (exists $item->{'itemlost'} and
(not defined $item->{'itemlost'} or $item->{'itemlost'} eq '')) {
$item->{'itemlost'} = 0;
}
if (exists $item->{'wthdrawn'} and
(not defined $item->{'wthdrawn'} or $item->{'wthdrawn'} eq '')) {
$item->{'wthdrawn'} = 0;
}
if (exists $item->{'location'} && !exists $item->{'permanent_location'}) {
$item->{'permanent_location'} = $item->{'location'};
}
}
=head2 _get_single_item_column
=over 4
_get_single_item_column($column, $itemnumber);
=back
Retrieves the value of a single column from an C<items>
row specified by C<$itemnumber>.
=cut
sub _get_single_item_column {
my $column = shift;
my $itemnumber = shift;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
my $sth = $dbh->prepare("SELECT $column FROM items WHERE itemnumber = ?");
$sth->execute($itemnumber);
my ($value) = $sth->fetchrow();
return $value;
}
=head2 _calc_items_cn_sort
=over 4
_calc_items_cn_sort($item, $source_values);
=back
Helper routine to calculate C<items.cn_sort>.
=cut
sub _calc_items_cn_sort {
my $item = shift;
my $source_values = shift;
$item->{'items.cn_sort'} = GetClassSort($source_values->{'items.cn_source'}, $source_values->{'itemcallnumber'}, "");
}
=head2 _set_defaults_for_add
=over 4
_set_defaults_for_add($item_hash);
=back
Given an item hash representing an item to be added, set
correct default values for columns whose default value
is not handled by the DBMS. This includes the following
columns:
=over 2
=item *
C<items.dateaccessioned>
=item *
C<items.notforloan>
=item *
C<items.damaged>
=item *
C<items.itemlost>
=item *
C<items.wthdrawn>
=back
=cut
sub _set_defaults_for_add {
my $item = shift;
$item->{dateaccessioned} ||= C4::Dates->new->output('iso');
$item->{$_} ||= 0 for (qw( notforloan damaged itemlost wthdrawn));
}
=head2 _koha_new_item
=over 4
my ($itemnumber,$error) = _koha_new_item( $item, $barcode );
=back
Perform the actual insert into the C<items> table.
=cut
sub _koha_new_item {
my ( $item, $barcode ) = @_;
my $dbh=C4::Context->dbh;
my $error;
my $query =
"INSERT INTO items SET
biblionumber = ?,
biblioitemnumber = ?,
barcode = ?,
dateaccessioned = ?,
booksellerid = ?,
homebranch = ?,
price = ?,
replacementprice = ?,
replacementpricedate = NOW(),
datelastborrowed = ?,
datelastseen = NOW(),
stack = ?,
notforloan = ?,
damaged = ?,
itemlost = ?,
wthdrawn = ?,
itemcallnumber = ?,
restricted = ?,
itemnotes = ?,
holdingbranch = ?,
paidfor = ?,
location = ?,
onloan = ?,
issues = ?,
renewals = ?,
reserves = ?,
cn_source = ?,
cn_sort = ?,
ccode = ?,
itype = ?,
materials = ?,
uri = ?,
enumchron = ?,
more_subfields_xml = ?,
copynumber = ?
";
my $sth = $dbh->prepare($query);
$sth->execute(
$item->{'biblionumber'},
$item->{'biblioitemnumber'},
$barcode,
$item->{'dateaccessioned'},
$item->{'booksellerid'},
$item->{'homebranch'},
$item->{'price'},
$item->{'replacementprice'},
$item->{datelastborrowed},
$item->{stack},
$item->{'notforloan'},
$item->{'damaged'},
$item->{'itemlost'},
$item->{'wthdrawn'},
$item->{'itemcallnumber'},
$item->{'restricted'},
$item->{'itemnotes'},
$item->{'holdingbranch'},
$item->{'paidfor'},
$item->{'location'},
$item->{'onloan'},
$item->{'issues'},
$item->{'renewals'},
$item->{'reserves'},
$item->{'items.cn_source'},
$item->{'items.cn_sort'},
$item->{'ccode'},
$item->{'itype'},
$item->{'materials'},
$item->{'uri'},
$item->{'enumchron'},
$item->{'more_subfields_xml'},
$item->{'copynumber'},
);
my $itemnumber = $dbh->{'mysql_insertid'};
if ( defined $sth->errstr ) {
$error.="ERROR in _koha_new_item $query".$sth->errstr;
}
$sth->finish();
return ( $itemnumber, $error );
}
=head2 _koha_modify_item
=over 4
my ($itemnumber,$error) =_koha_modify_item( $item );
=back
Perform the actual update of the C<items> row. Note that this
routine accepts a hashref specifying the columns to update.
=cut
sub _koha_modify_item {
my ( $item ) = @_;
my $dbh=C4::Context->dbh;
my $error;
my $query = "UPDATE items SET ";
my @bind;
for my $key ( keys %$item ) {
$query.="$key=?,";
push @bind, $item->{$key};
}
$query =~ s/,$//;
$query .= " WHERE itemnumber=?";
push @bind, $item->{'itemnumber'};
my $sth = C4::Context->dbh->prepare($query);
$sth->execute(@bind);
if ( C4::Context->dbh->errstr ) {
$error.="ERROR in _koha_modify_item $query".$dbh->errstr;
warn $error;
}
$sth->finish();
return ($item->{'itemnumber'},$error);
}
=head2 _koha_delete_item
=over 4
_koha_delete_item( $dbh, $itemnum );
=back
Internal function to delete an item record from the koha tables
=cut
sub _koha_delete_item {
my ( $dbh, $itemnum ) = @_;
# save the deleted item to deleteditems table
my $sth = $dbh->prepare("SELECT * FROM items WHERE itemnumber=?");
$sth->execute($itemnum);
my $data = $sth->fetchrow_hashref();
$sth->finish();
my $query = "INSERT INTO deleteditems SET ";
my @bind = ();
foreach my $key ( keys %$data ) {
$query .= "$key = ?,";
push( @bind, $data->{$key} );
}
$query =~ s/\,$//;
$sth = $dbh->prepare($query);
$sth->execute(@bind);
$sth->finish();
# delete from items table
$sth = $dbh->prepare("DELETE FROM items WHERE itemnumber=?");
$sth->execute($itemnum);
$sth->finish();
return undef;
}
=head2 _marc_from_item_hash
=over 4
my $item_marc = _marc_from_item_hash($item, $frameworkcode[, $unlinked_item_subfields]);
=back
Given an item hash representing a complete item record,
create a C<MARC::Record> object containing an embedded
tag representing that item.
The third, optional parameter C<$unlinked_item_subfields> is
an arrayref of subfields (not mapped to C<items> fields per the
framework) to be added to the MARC representation
of the item.
=cut
sub _marc_from_item_hash {
my $item = shift;
my $frameworkcode = shift;
my $unlinked_item_subfields;
if (@_) {
$unlinked_item_subfields = shift;
}
# Tack on 'items.' prefix to column names so lookup from MARC frameworks will work
# Also, don't emit a subfield if the underlying field is blank.
my $mungeditem = { map { (defined($item->{$_}) and $item->{$_} ne '') ?
(/^items\./ ? ($_ => $item->{$_}) : ("items.$_" => $item->{$_}))
: () } keys %{ $item } };
my $item_marc = MARC::Record->new();
foreach my $item_field (keys %{ $mungeditem }) {
my ($tag, $subfield) = GetMarcFromKohaField($item_field, $frameworkcode);
next unless defined $tag and defined $subfield; # skip if not mapped to MARC field
if (my $field = $item_marc->field($tag)) {
$field->add_subfields($subfield => $mungeditem->{$item_field});
} else {
my $add_subfields = [];
if (defined $unlinked_item_subfields and ref($unlinked_item_subfields) eq 'ARRAY' and $#$unlinked_item_subfields > -1) {
$add_subfields = $unlinked_item_subfields;
}
$item_marc->add_fields( $tag, " ", " ", $subfield => $mungeditem->{$item_field}, @$add_subfields);
}
}
return $item_marc;
}
=head2 _add_item_field_to_biblio
=over 4
_add_item_field_to_biblio($item_marc, $biblionumber, $frameworkcode);
=back
Adds the fields from a MARC record containing the
representation of a Koha item record to the MARC
biblio record. The input C<$item_marc> record
is expect to contain just one field, the embedded
item information field.
=cut
sub _add_item_field_to_biblio {
my ($item_marc, $biblionumber, $frameworkcode) = @_;
my $biblio_marc = GetMarcBiblio($biblionumber);
foreach my $field ($item_marc->fields()) {
$biblio_marc->append_fields($field);
}
ModBiblioMarc($biblio_marc, $biblionumber, $frameworkcode);
}
=head2 _replace_item_field_in_biblio
=over
&_replace_item_field_in_biblio($item_marc, $biblionumber, $itemnumber, $frameworkcode)
=back
Given a MARC::Record C<$item_marc> containing one tag with the MARC
representation of the item, examine the biblio MARC
for the corresponding tag for that item and
replace it with the tag from C<$item_marc>.
=cut
sub _replace_item_field_in_biblio {
my ($ItemRecord, $biblionumber, $itemnumber, $frameworkcode) = @_;
my $dbh = C4::Context->dbh;
# get complete MARC record & replace the item field by the new one
my $completeRecord = GetMarcBiblio($biblionumber);
my ($itemtag,$itemsubfield) = GetMarcFromKohaField("items.itemnumber",$frameworkcode);
my $itemField = $ItemRecord->field($itemtag);
my @items = $completeRecord->field($itemtag);
my $found = 0;
foreach (@items) {
if ($_->subfield($itemsubfield) eq $itemnumber) {
$_->replace_with($itemField);
$found = 1;
}
}
unless ($found) {
# If we haven't found the matching field,
# just add it. However, this means that
# there is likely a bug.
$completeRecord->append_fields($itemField);
}
# save the record
ModBiblioMarc($completeRecord, $biblionumber, $frameworkcode);
}
=head2 _repack_item_errors
Add an error message hash generated by C<CheckItemPreSave>
to a list of errors.
=cut
sub _repack_item_errors {
my $item_sequence_num = shift;
my $item_ref = shift;
my $error_ref = shift;
my @repacked_errors = ();
foreach my $error_code (sort keys %{ $error_ref }) {
my $repacked_error = {};
$repacked_error->{'item_sequence'} = $item_sequence_num;
$repacked_error->{'item_barcode'} = exists($item_ref->{'barcode'}) ? $item_ref->{'barcode'} : '';
$repacked_error->{'error_code'} = $error_code;
$repacked_error->{'error_information'} = $error_ref->{$error_code};
push @repacked_errors, $repacked_error;
}
return @repacked_errors;
}
=head2 _get_unlinked_item_subfields
=over 4
my $unlinked_item_subfields = _get_unlinked_item_subfields($original_item_marc, $frameworkcode);
=back
=cut
sub _get_unlinked_item_subfields {
my $original_item_marc = shift;
my $frameworkcode = shift;
my $marcstructure = GetMarcStructure(1, $frameworkcode);
# assume that this record has only one field, and that that
# field contains only the item information
my $subfields = [];
my @fields = $original_item_marc->fields();
if ($#fields > -1) {
my $field = $fields[0];
my $tag = $field->tag();
foreach my $subfield ($field->subfields()) {
if (defined $subfield->[1] and
$subfield->[1] ne '' and
!$marcstructure->{$tag}->{$subfield->[0]}->{'kohafield'}) {
push @$subfields, $subfield->[0] => $subfield->[1];
}
}
}
return $subfields;
}
=head2 _get_unlinked_subfields_xml
=over 4
my $unlinked_subfields_xml = _get_unlinked_subfields_xml($unlinked_item_subfields);
=back
=cut
sub _get_unlinked_subfields_xml {
my $unlinked_item_subfields = shift;
my $xml;
if (defined $unlinked_item_subfields and ref($unlinked_item_subfields) eq 'ARRAY' and $#$unlinked_item_subfields > -1) {
my $marc = MARC::Record->new();
# use of tag 999 is arbitrary, and doesn't need to match the item tag
# used in the framework
$marc->append_fields(MARC::Field->new('999', ' ', ' ', @$unlinked_item_subfields));
$marc->encoding("UTF-8");
$xml = $marc->as_xml("USMARC");
}
return $xml;
}
=head2 _parse_unlinked_item_subfields_from_xml
=over 4
my $unlinked_item_subfields = _parse_unlinked_item_subfields_from_xml($whole_item->{'more_subfields_xml'}):
=back
=cut
sub _parse_unlinked_item_subfields_from_xml {
my $xml = shift;
return unless defined $xml and $xml ne "";
my $marc = MARC::Record->new_from_xml(StripNonXmlChars($xml),'UTF-8');
my $unlinked_subfields = [];
my @fields = $marc->fields();
if ($#fields > -1) {
foreach my $subfield ($fields[0]->subfields()) {
push @$unlinked_subfields, $subfield->[0] => $subfield->[1];
}
}
return $unlinked_subfields;
}
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