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resources:cerl_thesaurus:editing:format:215 [2020/01/15 12:32]
jahnke [Application of Content Designators]
resources:cerl_thesaurus:editing:format:215 [2020/01/22 18:17]
jahnke
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 ==== Field Definition and Scope ==== ==== Field Definition and Scope ====
 This field holds the name of a place in a standardised form used by a library or similar institution,​ a regional or international authority file or any other source that standardises geographic names. This field holds the name of a place in a standardised form used by a library or similar institution,​ a regional or international authority file or any other source that standardises geographic names.
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 === Subfields === === Subfields ===
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-**$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. +**$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. //For backwards compatibility an additional subfield $c holding either a country code or '​XX'​ is rendered with every subfield $5 by the system. This subfield $c should not be input manually, since the code in subfield $5 is sufficient to identify the institution responsible for the given heading//
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 ==== Input Conventions ==== ==== Input Conventions ====
-This field is repeatable to show standard forms used by different institutions. As there is no preferred form in a CERL Thesaurus record, no standard form has precedence over the other standard forms; they are sorted alphabetically.+This field is repeatable to show standard forms used by different institutions. As there is no preferred form in a CERL Thesaurus record, no standard form has precedence over the other standard forms.
  
 Although, it is technical possible to enter standard forms without an indication of the institution responsible for that form, this is not encouraged. Although, it is technical possible to enter standard forms without an indication of the institution responsible for that form, this is not encouraged.
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 ==== Examples ==== ==== Examples ====
  
-  - 215 #​0$aChâlon-sur-Saône$cDE$5GYMG +  - 215 #​0$aChâlon-sur-Saône$5GYMG 
-  - 215 #1$aTurku$cDE$5GYMG \\ 215 #1$aÅbo$cSE$5SwSKB+  - 215 #​1$aTurku$5GYMG \\ 215 #​1$aÅbo$5SwSKB
  
  
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