It took me a long time to get JAMA working for us again too. I found
that we were trying to use an administrative login to access articles in
JAMA and we needed a separate patron login to do so (makes perfect
sense). Unfortunately, even with a patron login we were unable to
access full-text because JAMA would not recognize our login when their
login screen was displayed in an EBSCO frame, one of two methods of
displaying the username/password to your patrons when getting to the
JAMA login screen from EBSCO's EJS site. The other method is to go
directly to the JAMA site and having your username/password display in a
popup window. This 2nd method is currently working for us. Hopefully
it will stay that way.
Fazio, Patricia wrote:
>Glad to hear you have troubles too.
>We have print plus online. I set up access both by password (didn't
>work) and then by IP, and it would work for awhile then stop working. I
>represent a community college library, and I decided that with so many
>medical journals available to us, we did not need JAMA after all. So I
>cancelled our subscription for next year.
>Collection Development Librarian
>Camden County College
>Blackwood, NJ 08012
>From: SERIALST: Serials in Libraries Discussion Forum
>[mailto:SERIALST@list.uvm.edu] On Behalf Of Irma Nicola
>Sent: Thursday, October 02, 2008 11:38 AM
>Subject: [SERIALST] JAMA & Archives access and registration
>Is anyone out there having success with access registration with JAMA &
>Archives? It seems as we have to consistently maintenance this more
>than once a year and I am looking for a better solution.
>Thanks ahead of time. I would be glad to share answers, please respond
>to my email.
>Azusa Pacific University
>Irma H. Nicola
>Darling Library Technical Services
>PO Box 7000
>Azusa, California 91702-7000
>tel: 626-815-6000 ext. 5258
Oswego, NY 13126