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4-29-2019

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Abstract

Koha library management software opened up a new ray of hope for libraries not automated yet in India. Many libraries would like to free from proprietary software and switch over to Koha. Data migration from legacy software, not an easy task due to vendor lock-in and data in a non-standard format. Good homework and teamwork required for the successful migration from proprietary software to Koha. The article gives an overview of various processes in data migration from legacy library automation software to Koha.

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