LIBRARY COMMANDS - Lusternia Online Help

16.1 LIBRARY COMMANDS

While in a library, you can attempt to find the book that you are looking for 
by using the catalogue, which is placed in the atrium of the library, or 
simply walk through it and browse the various sections for what you are 
looking for. While at the catalogue, you can use the following search options.

  CATALOG [LITERARY|SCHOLARLY]
  CATALOG CATEGORY [PUBLIC|RESTRICTED|SECRET]
  CATALOG [SUBJECT|AUTHOR|TITLE] <search text>
  CATALOG LIST

The above commands will only work in the library atrium and they will give 
information about the entire library. While wandering the halls of the 
library, you can use the following commands to find your books, these commands 
will only list books in the annex you are standing in.

  BROWSE [LITERARY|SCHOLARLY]
  BROWSE ACCESS [PUBLIC|RESTRICTED|SECRET]
  BROWSE [SUBJECT|AUTHOR|TITLE|PUBLISHER] <seach text>
  BROWSE LIST

  LIBRARY INFO <book ID>
  LIBRARY CHECKOUT <book ID>
  LIBRARY CHECKIN <book item number>

For private libraries, you also use the BROWSE command as well as the BOOKSHELF
command as follows:

  BOOKSHELF INFO <book ID>
  BOOKSHELF CHECKOUT <book ID>
  BOOKSHELF CHECKIN <book item number>


See HELP GREATLIBRARIES, PRIVATE LIBRARIES