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resources:cerl_thesaurus:editing:format:100 [2017/07/18 13:38]
jahnke
resources:cerl_thesaurus:editing:format:100 [2017/07/18 13:43]
jahnke [Field Definition and Scope]
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 ==== Field Definition and Scope ==== ==== Field Definition and Scope ====
-This field contains fixed-length coded data. This field cannot be input manually but will be created by the system once a record is input. This field is retained for compliance with the Unimarc Authorities format.+This field contains fixed-length coded data. This field cannot be input manually but will be created by the system once a record is input. ​//**This field is retained for compliance with the Unimarc Authorities format ​only**//.
  
 ==== Application of Content Designators ==== ==== Application of Content Designators ====
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 ^Name of Data Element^Number of Characters^Character Position^Comment^ ​ ^Name of Data Element^Number of Characters^Character Position^Comment^ ​
 |Date entered on file (M)|8|0-7|The date is system created.|  |Date entered on file (M)|8|0-7|The date is system created.|
-|Status of authority heading code|1|8|**a** = Established (i.e., heading is established) \\ **c** = Provisional (i.e., heading cannot be established definitively due to inadequate information;​ when the heading is next used, it should be reconsidered in the light of any additional information) \\ **x** = Not applicable (i.e., the record is a reference entry record or a general explanatory entry record and is not used as a standard form by any library). This is the default value.|+|Status of authority heading code|1|8|**x** = Not applicable (i.e., the record is a reference entry record or a general explanatory entry record and is not used as a standard form by any library). This is the default value.|
 |Language of cataloguing (M)|3|9-11|The language of cataloguing code of any CT record will always be "mul = multiple languages"​ because it is open to be edited by cataloguers from any language background. See specific language codes for #300 and $n note subfields for tags #2XX and #4XX.| |Language of cataloguing (M)|3|9-11|The language of cataloguing code of any CT record will always be "mul = multiple languages"​ because it is open to be edited by cataloguers from any language background. See specific language codes for #300 and $n note subfields for tags #2XX and #4XX.|
-|Transliteration Code|1|12|**a** = ISO transliteration scheme \\ **b** = other \\ **c** = multiple transliterations:​ ISO or other schemes \\ **y** = no transliteration scheme used| +|Transliteration Code|1|12|**y** = no transliteration scheme used| 
-|Character set (M)|4|13-16|These four character positions indicate the principal graphic character sets used in the record. Positions 13-14 designate the G0 set and positions 15-16 designate the G1 set. If a G1 set is not needed, positions 15-16 contain blanks. \\ **01** = ISO 646, IRV version (basic Latin set) \\ **02** = ISO Registration #37 (basic Cyrillic set) \\ **03** = ISO 5426 (extended Latin set) \\ **04** = ISO 5427 (extended Cyrillic set) \\ **05** = ISO 5428 (Greek set) \\ **06** = ISO 6438 (African coded character set) \\ **07** = ISO 10586 (Georgian character set) \\ **50** = ISO 10646 Level 3 \\ Note that ISO 10646, being a 16-bit character set, contains all necessary characters. When positions 13-14 contain '​50'​ this will be used for the C0, C1 and G0 sets. Positions 15-20 will contain blanks.|+|Character set (M)|4|13-16|**50** = ISO 10646 Level 3 \\ Note that ISO 10646, being a 16-bit character set, contains all necessary characters. When positions 13-14 contain '​50'​ this will be used for the C0, C1 and G0 sets. Positions 15-20 will contain blanks.|
 |Additional character set|4|17-20|To be left blank in CT records until further notice.| |Additional character set|4|17-20|To be left blank in CT records until further notice.|
-|Script of cataloguing|2|21-22| ​A two-character code indicates the script used in cataloguing. The 2-- record heading appears in this script, as do notes and other instructional information. \\ **ba** = Latin \\ **ca** = Cyrillic \\ **ga** = Greek \\ **zz** = Other|+|Script of cataloguing|2|21-22| **ba** = Latin|
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