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resources:cerl_thesaurus:editing:format:215 [2014/07/22 11:29]
kittelmann [215 Place Name (Heading)]
resources:cerl_thesaurus:editing:format:215 [2017/07/18 11:24]
jahnke
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-====== 215 Place Name (Heading) ====== +====== 215 Place Name (Heading) (O;R) ======
-\\ +
-<block tableinvisible>​ +
-|  **Mandatory:​** | no | +
-|  **Repeatable:​**| yes | +
-</​block>​ +
-\\ +
  
 ==== Field Definition and Scope ==== ==== Field Definition and Scope ====
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 === Subfields === === Subfields ===
 \\ \\
-**$5 Institution to which the information in this field applies. (O;R)**\\ A code from the [[List of insitution and file codes used in heading fields]] indicates that this institution or authority file uses the name form in $a as a heading form or a preferred from. This subfield is always preceded by a subfield $c.+**$5 Institution to which the information in this field applies. (O;R)**\\ A code from the [[List of insitution and file codes used in heading fields]] indicates that this institution or authority file uses the name form in $a as a heading form or a preferred from. <del>This subfield is always preceded by a subfield $c.</​del>​
 \\ \\
 \\ \\
-** $6 Source File Reference (O;NR) **\\ +<del>** $6 Source File Reference (O;NR) **\\ 
-see the [[numerical subfields|description of numerical subfields]].+see the [[numerical subfields|description of numerical subfields]].</​del>​
 \\ \\
 \\ \\
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 \\ \\
 **$c Country code (O;R)**\\ **$c Country code (O;R)**\\
-A two-letter country code according to [[http://​www.iso.org/​iso/​country_codes/​iso_3166_code_lists/​english_country_names_and_code_elements.htm|ISO 3166-1]]; mandatory to precede each Subfield $5.+<del>A two-letter country code according to [[http://​www.iso.org/​iso/​country_codes/​iso_3166_code_lists/​english_country_names_and_code_elements.htm|ISO 3166-1]]; mandatory to precede each Subfield $5.</​del>//​Once the CT has been migrated into its new environment,​ this subfield will become obsolete and will be supported for backwards-compatibility only. Any institution codes in subfield $5 that has been introduced after July 2017 should either use ''​XX''​ as country code or skip this subfield entirely.//
 \\ \\
 \\ \\
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   - 215 #​0$aChâlon-sur-Saône$cDE$5GYMG   - 215 #​0$aChâlon-sur-Saône$cDE$5GYMG
   - 215 #​1$aTurku$cDE$5GYMG \\ 215 #​1$aÅbo$cSE$5SwSKB   - 215 #​1$aTurku$cDE$5GYMG \\ 215 #​1$aÅbo$cSE$5SwSKB
 +
 +
 +==== Internal Representation ====
 +<code javascript>​
 +{"​data":​ {"​heading":​ [{
 +    "​part":​ [
 +        {"​entry":​ "Entry element ($a)"​},​
 +        {"​nonsort":​ "​Non-sorting part of name ($e)"​},​
 +        {"​addition":​ "​Addition to the name ($r)"}
 +    ],
 +    "​usedBy":​ ["​Institution Code ($5)"​],​
 +    "​prc":​ 1
 +}]}}
 +</​code>​
 +
 +==== Change History ====
 +  * //​18.07.2017//:​ Subfield $6 will no longer be supported, once the CT has been migrated into its new environment
 +  * //​18.07.2017//:​ Subfield $7 removed from format description
 +  * //​18.07.2017//:​ Subfield $c marked as deprecated
 +
 resources/cerl_thesaurus/editing/format/215.txt · Last modified: 2018/06/14 16:49 by jahnke

 

 

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