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  • Title: The Title selection will show up in a number of places. It shows up as the page title of the detail view and other prominent locations.
  • Default Date Field: Used for the simple search Date Range searching.
  • Thumbnail Fields: Select which of the 4 fields you'd like to have display in the LUNA Viewer for your thumbnail fields. These fields are coming from the data schema you previously selected.

     
  • Related Item Field (v7.1.6+): Select a field to represent related items in a collection within the LUNA Viewer. Related items will display in the Viewer when there are two or more identical terms in the field you select. For an existing collection, a Rebuild LUNA Viewer Index is required. See  Related Items in the Viewer for an example.

    • Sort Fields: Select which of the 4 fields you'd like to sort your collection by in the LUNA Viewer. These fields are coming from the data schema you previously selected.

  • Summary Fields: Select which of the 4 fields you'd like to have display as the roll over media summary in the LUNA Viewer. These fields are coming from the data schema you previously selected.

  • Category Fields- Who, What, When, Where: Drag and drop up to 20 fields into the Who, What, When, Where categories. These will be represented in the LUNA Viewer in the "Explore Categories" view, in the Advanced Search when searching across multiple collections, and in the narrow search feature.

    (v7.2.5.0+) Additionally, if you have enabled Image Analysis (below), you can choose to map "Labels" to the What category and "Landmarks" to the Where category.

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    The Rebuild LUNA Viewer Index button should only be applied if changes are made to the settings for Who, What, When, Where category fields. Or, if you notice a discrepancy between the data in the LUNA Library and what's appearing in the LUNA Viewer. We recommend doing this during off peak hours


  • Sharing: Allows your public LUNA collections to be shared with other LUNA users, creating a IIIF Activity Stream in the LUNA Viewer. By default the box will be checked. Uncheck the box if you do not want a public collection to be shared.
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  • Canonical Address:  Allows you to share your collection with the LUNA Commons. For more information contact Luna support. This will point back to your instance of LUNA in all web crawlers. So any institution sharing your content publicly using the LUNA Commons will be advertising your site and content. This will increase your page rank in search engines like Google. This needs to be the base address of your LUNA site. For example http://www.example.com:8180/luna/servlet

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