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--- Comment #11 from Agnes Rivers-Moore <> ---
Just in case anyone ever revisits this one...
As a librarian, having the reservoir separate is a benefit to non-cataloguing
staff. When cataloguers search they expect to find records that are not in
library stock. For other staff it is confusing to read through multiple
variations of a title, looking for the one that has a live item. For that
reason reservoir records need to be filtered out from staff searches somehow.
>From the technical standpoint, there may be advantages in not loading lots of
records to Zebra/Elasticsearch and having system resources spent on fully
indexing them, when they may never be added as stock. Z39.50 loads MARC records
for all search hits to reservoir. Cataloguers pick one variant, but the rest
live on in reservoir until cleaned out. From experience, the reservoir can
become larger than the library stock database in as little as a year or so,
depending on cataloguing practice.

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