|method||method||required||getEditions, getMetadata, to13, to10, fixChecksum, hyphen|
|format||format of output|
|library||limits search to a particular collection||optional||ebook, bookmooch, wikipedia, paperbackswap, oca, freeebook, hathi|
|fl||Fields to return||optional|
fl=* return all fields
|startIndex||the index of the first search result desired by the client||optional|
|count||the number of search results desired by the client||optional|
|callback||JSON Callback||optional||See example|
|token||optional (subscription users only)|
|hash||optional (subscription users only)|
This feature limits search scope to a particular library's holding, we treat any collections as a library in general. Current support value includes:
ebookLimit search to ebooks, the ebook list is based on OCLC NJ's UHF Holdings Database.
freeebookLimit search to free ebooks, the ebook list is based on OCLC NJ's UHF Holdings Database.
bookmoochLimit search to bookmooch's inventory.
paperbackswapLimit search to paperbackswap's inventory.
wikipediaLimit search to ISBNs appeared in wikipedia, inspired by Lars Aronsson's work.
ocaLimit search to Open Content Alliance.
hathiLimit search to HathiTrust.
xISBN by default returns first 1000 matched ISBNs, however there are a few works with more than 1000 matches (e.g. Bible), in that case, the remaining ISBNs can be fetched by the paging method. We use "startIndex" and "count" parameters to page the result. The same technique can be used if the client desired less than 1000 records in response. The definition of startIndex and count is same as OpenSearch Specification. To do a paging request:
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