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5. B Bibliographic Search and Retrieval

Search and retrieval of Library Catalogues (Functional Area B) is specified in terms of one level only.

5.1 B Search Service

Targets and Origins must support Query-type Type-1, i.e. RPN.

Target must support the Result-set-name parameter and should attempt to retain at least two named result sets for the duration of a session, if the origin names at least two result sets.

Targets and Origins must support level-1 segmentation.

All of the six attribute types should be supplied in each query. This implies that a Z39.50 Origin should supply values for all six attribute types in every query.

The Target must interpret (i.e. neither ignore- nor substitute) the values supplied for all of those attribute types, which are submitted in a given query.

If one or more attribute types are missing in a query, the Server may choose to either substitute default values for the missing attribute type - or reject the incomplete query as "Unsupported Attribute Combinations".

A Server must accept search requests containing any of the attribute combinations specified below. A Server may not treat any of these specified attribute combinations as “Unsupported Attribute Combinations”, but it may always choose to return zero hits.

The concepts of “fields” and “subfields” are not clearly defined in the context of the Z39.50 data model. Servers may therefore return the same hits, regardless of whether given Completeness and Position attributes refer to “fields” or “sub fields”.

The following sections contain a complete enumeration of attribute combinations, which must be recognised by danZIG compliant Z-Servers in connection with Search Requests.

Remark that BIB-1 Relation, Position, Structure, Truncation and Completeness attributtes are used in combination with DAN-1 Use attribute. The DAN-1 Attributte set only consist of the Use attributes.

Danish Guidelines for use of access paths are available here:

http://www.bs.dk/publikationer/andre/praksisregler/2007/index.htm

5.1.1 Bib-1 Use Attributes for Search

Bib-1 Use (type 1) Attribute values for Search in danZIG Profile

Bib-1 Use Attribute Name

Bib-1 Use Value

Bib-1 Use Attribute Semantic Definition

Title

4

A word, phrase, character, or group of characters, normally appearing in an item, that names the item or the work contained in it.

Title-series

5

Collective title applying to a group of separate, but related, items.

Title-uniform

6

The particular title by which a work is to be identified for cataloguing purposes.

Identifier-ISBN

7

International Standard Book Number

Identifier-ISSN

8

International Standard Serial Number

Control-number-local

12

Character string that uniquely identifies a record in a local system.

Classification-Dewey

13

A classification number from the Dewey Decimal Classification developed by Melvil Dewey.

Classification-UDC

14

A classification number from Universal Decimal Classification, a system based on the Dewey Decimal Classification.

Classification-LC

16

A classification number from the US Library of Congress Classification.

Classification-NLM

17

A classification number from the US National Library of Medicine Classification.

Classification-NAL

18

A classification number from the US National Agriculture Library Classification.

Classification-local

20

A local classification number from a system not specified elsewhere in this list of attributes.

Subject

21

The primary topic on which a work is focused.

Subject-MESH

25

Subject headings from Medical Subject Headings maintained by the US National Library of Medicine.

Date-publication

31

The date (usually year) in which a document is published.

Title-key

33

The unique name assigned to a serial by the International Serials Data System (ISDS).

Title-parallel

35

The title proper in another language and/or script.

Title-former

42

A former title or title variation when one bibliographic record represents all issues of a serial that has changed title.

Code-language

54

A code that indicates the language of the item. The codes are defined by the Target.

Code-geographic-area

55

A code that indicates the geographic area(s) that appear or are implied in the headings assigned to the item during cataloguing.

Code--institution

56

Code-institution

Name-geographic-place-publication

59

City or town where an item was published.

Identifier-CODEN

60

A six-character, unique, alphanumeric code assigned to serial and monographic publications by the CODEN section of the Chemical Abstracts Service.

Note

63

A concise statement in which such information as extended physical description, relationship to other works, or contents may be recorded.

Author-name

1003

A personal or corporate author or a conference or meeting name.

Author-name-personal

1004

A person's real name, pseudonym, title of nobility, nickname, or initials.

Author-name-corporate

1005

An organisation or a group of persons that is identified by a particular name. (Differs from attribute "name-corporate (2)" in that corporate name subject headings are not included.)

Identifier-standard

1007

Standard numbers such as ISBN, ISSN, music publishers numbers, CODEN, etc., that are indexed together in many online public-access catalogues.

Subject-name-personal

1009

A person's real name, personal pseudonym, title of nobility nickname, or initials that appears in a subject heading.

Date/time added to db

1011

Date/time added to database

Date/time last modified

1012

Date/time last modified

Any

1016

When the Origin (Client) uses 'any' the intent is that the Target (Server) locate records via commonly used access points. The Target may define 'any' to refer to a selected set of Use attributes corresponding to its commonly used access points.

Name-publisher

1018

The organisation responsible for the publication of the item.

Code-map-scale

1024

Coded form of cartographic mathematical data, including scale, projection and/or co-ordinates related to the item.

Title-related-periodical

1026

Serial titles related to this periodical item, either the immediate predecessor or the immediate successor.

Material-type

1031

A free-form string, more specific than the one-letter code in Leader/06 that describes the material type of the item, e.g., cassette, kit, computer database, and computer file.

Identifier-document

1032

An identifier or Doc-ID, assigned by a server that uniquely identifies a document on that server. May or may not be persistent. May be, for example, a URL.

Title-host-item

1033

The title of the item containing the part described in the record, for example, a journal title when the record describes an article in the journal.

Classification

1040

The code or the section heading of a classification system. The attribute is a general (broad) attribute for codes, which do not exist as a search key.

Control-number-linking

1049

The unique identification number of the linked record.

Subject-name-corporate

1074

A corporate body name used as a subject heading.

Subject-uncontrolled

1080

An uncontrolled subject term. General (broad) attribute for subject terms not specified any further, existing as a search key.

Subject-AGROVOC

1085

A subject heading from the multilingual agricultural thesaurus from FAO.

Subject-COMPASS

1086

A subject heading from Computer Aided Subject System from British Library.

Subject-EPT

1087

A subject heading from European Pedagogical Thesaurus.

Subject-NAL

1088

A subject heading from National Agricultural Library.

Classification-BCM

1089

A classification number from British Catalogue of Music.

Classification-DB

1090

A classification number from Deutsche Bibliothek.

Identifier-ISRC

1091

ISRC. International standard recording code (ISO 3901).

Identifier-ISMN

1092

International standard music number (ISO 10957). ISMN

Identifier-ISRN

1093

ISRN. International standard technical report number (ISO 10444).

Identifier-DOI

1094

Digital Object Identifier.

Code-language-original

1095

A code that indicates the original language of the item

Title-later

1096

A later version of title.

EAN

1214

A 13-digit number where 1-3: type of merchandise 4-12: ISBN minus check digit (if type is book) 13: check digit

5.1.2 Bib-1 Relation Attributes for Search

Bib-1 Relation (type 2) Attribute values for Search in danZIG Profile

Attribute values

Number

Note

Less-than

1

Only in combination with Use attribute number 31 (Date-publication)

Less- than-or-equal

2

Only in combination with Use attribute number 31 (Date-publication)

Equal

3

 

Greater-or-equal

4

Only in combination with Use attribute number 31 (Date-publication)

Greater-than

5

Only in combination with Use attribute number 31 (Date-publication)

5.1.3 Bib-1 Position Attributes for Search

Bib-1 Position (type 3) Attribute values for Search in danZIG Profile

Attribute values

Number

Note

First-in-field

1

 

Any-position-in-field

3

 

First-in-subfield (value 2) is not used in the danZIG-profile. The reason is, that First-in-subfield has no meaning in a data model based on index terms – not the data itself. This profile also references First in field as first in index term.

5.1.4 Bib-1 Structure Attributes for Search

BIB-1 Structure (type 4) Attribute values for Search in danZIG Profile

Attribute values

Number

Note

Phrase

1

 

Word

2

 

Year

4

E.g.: 2002

Name-normalised

101

E.g.: Jensen, Poul Erik

Structure

103

Only in combination with Use attribute number 12 (Control-number-local) and DAN-1 Use attribute 45 (ID-record-higher-level).

5.1.5 Bib-1 Truncation Attributes for Search

BIB-1 Truncation (type 5) Attribute values for Search in danZIG Profile

Attribute values

Number

Note

Right-truncation

1

 

Do-not-truncate

100

 

5.1.6 Bib-1 Completeness Attributes for Search

Bib-1 Completeness (type 6) Attribute values for Search in danZIG Profile.

Attribute values

Number

Note

Incomplete-subfield

1

 

Complete-subfield

2

 

Complete-field

3

 

The concepts of “fields” and “subfields” are not clearly defined in the context of the Z39.50 data model. Servers may therefore return the same hits, regardless of whether given Completeness and Position attributes refer to “fields” or “subfields”.

5.1.7 Bib-1 Search Attribute Combinations

The following table enumerates the combinations of Bib-1 attributes that must be supported by a danZIG compliant Server as part of a Search Request.

BIB- 1

Attribute Combination name

1 Use

2 Relation

3 Position

4 Struc-ture

5 Trunca-tion

6 Com-plete-ness

Relation to Bath-profile (empty
= no)

Title-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

4

3

1

1

100

3

5.A.1.6

Title-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

4

3

1

1

1

3

Map from 5.A.1.7 and 5.A.1.8

Title-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

4

3

3

1

100

1

 

Title-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

4

3

3

1

1

1

 

Title-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

4

3

3

2

100

1

5.A.0.2

Title-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

4

3

3

2

1

1

5.A.1.5

TitleSeries-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

5

3

1

1

100

3

 

TitleSeries-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

5

3

1

1

1

3

 

TitleSeries-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

5

3

3

1

100

1

 

TitleSeries-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

5

3

3

1

1

1

 

TitleSeries-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

5

3

3

2

100

1

 

TitleSeries-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

5

3

3

2

1

1

 

TitleUniform-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

6

3

1

1

100

3

 

TitleUniform-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

6

3

1

1

1

3

 

TitleUniform-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

6

3

3

1

100

1

 

TitleUniform-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

6

3

3

1

1

1

 

TitleUniform-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

6

3

3

2

100

1

 

TitleUniform-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

6

3

3

2

1

1

 

ISBN-eq-any-ph-nt-cs

7

3

3

1

100

2

 

ISSN-eq-any-ph-nt-cs

8

3

3

1

100

2

 

ContNoLocal-eq-any-st-nt-cs

12

3

3

103

100

2

 

Dewey-eq-any-ph-nt-cf

13

3

1

1

100

3

 

Dewey-eq-any-ph-rt-cf

13

3

1

1

1

3

 

UDC-eq-any-ph-nt-cf

14

3

1

1

100

3

 

UDC-eq-any-ph-rt-cf

14

3

1

1

1

3

 

LC-eq-any-ph-nt-cf

16

3

1

1

100

3

 

LC-eq-any-ph-rt-cf

16

3

1

1

1

3

 

NLM-eq-any-ph-nt-cf

17

3

1

1

100

3

 

NLM-eq-any-ph-rt-cf

17

3

1

1

1

3

 

NAL-eq-any-ph-nt-cf

18

3

1

1

100

3

 

NAL-eq-any-ph-rt-cf

18

3

3

1

1

3

 

ClassLoc-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

20

3

1

1

100

3

 

ClassLoc-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

20

3

1

1

1

3

 

ClassLoc-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

20

3

3

1

100

1

 

ClassLoc-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

20

3

3

1

1

1

 

ClassLoc-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

20

3

3

2

100

1

 

ClassLoc-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

20

3

3

2

1

1

 

Subject-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

21

3

1

1

100

3

5.A.1.10

Subject-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

21

3

1

1

1

3

Map from 5.A.1.11 and 5.A.1.12

Subject-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

21

3

3

1

100

1

 

Subject-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

21

3

3

1

1

1

 

Subject-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

21

3

3

2

100

1

5.A.0.3

Subject-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

21

3

3

2

1

1

5.A.1.9

MESH-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

25

3

1

1

100

3

 

MESH-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

25

3

1

1

1

3

 

MESH-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

25

3

3

1

100

1

 

MESH-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

25

3

3

1

1

1

 

MESH-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

25

3

3

2

100

1

 

MESH-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

25

3

3

2

1

1

 

DatePubl-lt-any-dn-nt-cs

31

1

3

4

100

2

5.A.1.15

DatePubl-le-any-dn-nt-cs

31

2

3

4

100

2

5.A.1.15

DatePubl-eq-any-dn-nt-cs

31

3

3

4

100

2

5.A.1.15

DatePubl-ge-any-dn-nt-cs

31

4

3

4

100

2

5.A.1.15

DatePubl-gt-any-dn-nt-cs

31

5

3

4

100

2

5.A.1.15

TitleKey-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

33

3

1

1

100

3

5.A.2.3

TitleKey-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

33

3

1

1

1

3

Map from 5.A.2.4 and 5.A.2.5

TitleKey-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

33

3

3

1

100

1

 

TitleKey-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

33

3

3

1

1

1

 

TitleKey-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

33

3

3

2

100

1

5.A.2.1

TitleKey-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

33

3

3

2

1

1

5.A.2.2

TitlePar-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

35

3

1

1

100

3

 

TitlePar-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

35

3

1

1

1

3

 

TitlePar-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

35

3

3

1

100

1

 

TitlePar-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

35

3

3

1

1

1

 

TitlePar-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

35

3

3

2

100

1

 

TitlePar-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

35

3

3

2

1

1

 

TitleForm-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

42

3

1

1

100

3

 

TitleForm-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

42

3

1

1

1

3

 

TitleForm-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

42

3

3

1

100

1

 

TitleForm-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

42

3

3

1

1

1

 

TitleForm-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

42

3

3

2

100

1

 

TitleForm-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

42

3

3

2

1

1

 

CodeLang-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

54

3

3

2

100

2

Map from 5.A.2.8

CodeGeo-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

55

3

3

2

100

2

 

CodeInst-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

56

3

3

2

1

1

 

CodeInst-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

56

3

3

2

100

2

 

NameGeoPl-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

59

3

3

2

100

2

 

NameGeoPl-eq-any-wo-rt-cs

59

3

3

2

1

2

 

CODEN-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

60

3

3

2

100

2

 

Note-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

63

3

3

1

100

1

 

Note-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

63

3

3

1

1

1

 

Note-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

63

3

3

2

100

1

 

Note-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

63

3

3

2

1

1

 

AuthorName-eq-fif-nn-nt-cs

1003

3

1

101

100

2

Map from 5.A.1.4

AuthorName-eq-fif-nn-rt-cs

1003

3

1

101

1

2

Map from 5.A.1.?

AuthorName-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1003

3

3

2

100

1

5.A.1.2

AuthorName-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1003

3

3

2

1

1

5.A.1.3

AuthorName-eq-any-nn-nt-ic

1003

3

3

101

100

1

5.A.0.1

AuthorName-eq-any-nn-rt-ic

1003

3

3

101

1

1

5.A.1.1

AuthorNamePer-eq-fif-nn-nt-cs

1004

3

1

101

100

2

 

AuthorNamePer-eq-fif-nn-rt-cs

1004

3

1

101

1

2

 

AuthorNamePer-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1004

3

3

2

100

1

 

AuthorNamePer-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1004

3

3

2

1

1

 

AuthorNamePer-eq-any-nn-nt-ic

1004

3

3

101

100

1

 

AuthorNamePer-eq-any-nn-rt-ic

1004

3

3

101

1

1

 

AuthorNameCorp-eq-fif-nn-nt-cs

1005

3

1

101

100

2

 

AuthorNameCorp-eq-fif-nn-rt-cs

1005

3

1

101

1

2

 

AuthorNameCorp-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1005

3

3

2

100

1

 

AuthorNameCorp-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1005

3

3

2

1

1

 

AuthorNameCorp-eq-any-nn-nt-ic

1005

3

3

101

100

1

 

AuthorNameCorp-eq-any-nn-rt-ic

1005

3

3

101

1

1

 

IdentifierStd-eq-fif-ph-nt-ic

1007

3

1

1

100

1

5.A.1.14

SubjectNamePer-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1009

3

1

1

100

3

 

SubjectNamePer-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1009

3

1

1

1

3

 

SubjectNamePer-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1009

3

3

1

100

1

 

SubjectNamePer-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1009

3

3

1

1

1

 

SubjectNamePer-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1009

3

3

2

100

1

 

SubjectNamePer-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1009

3

3

2

1

1

 

DateAdded-lt-any-dn-nt-cs

1011

1

3

4

100

2

 

DateAdded-le-any-dn-nt-cs

1011

2

3

4

100

2

 

DateAdded-eq-any-dn-nt-cs

1011

3

3

4

100

2

 

DateAdded-ge-any-dn-nt-cs

1011

4

3

4

100

2

 

DateAdded-gt-any-dn-nt-cs

1011

5

3

4

100

2

 

DateModified-lt-any-dn-nt-cs

1012

1

3

4

100

2

 

DateModified-le-any-dn-nt-cs

1012

2

3

4

100

2

 

DateModified-eq-any-dn-nt-cs

1012

3

3

4

100

2

 

DateModified-ge-any-dn-nt-cs

1012

4

3

4

100

2

 

DateModified-gt-any-dn-nt-cs

1012

5

3

4

100

2

 

Any-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1016

3

3

1

100

1

 

Any-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1016

3

3

1

1

1

 

Any-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1016

3

3

2

100

1

5.A.0.4

Any-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1016

3

3

2

1

1

5.A.1.13

 NamePubl-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1018

3

3

1

100

1

 

 NamePubl-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1018

3

3

1

1

1

 

 CodeMap-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

1024

3

3

2

100

2

 

TitleRelPeri-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1026

3

1

1

100

3

 

TitleRelPeri-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1026

3

1

1

1

3

 

TitleRelPeri-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1026

3

3

1

100

1

 

TitleRelPeri-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1026

3

3

1

1

1

 

TitleRelPeri-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1026

3

3

2

100

1

 

TitleRelPeri-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1026

3

3

2

1

1

 

MatType-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

1031

3

3

2

100

2

Map from 5.A.2.6

MatType-eq-fif-ph-nt-ic

1031

3

1

1

100

1

5.A.2.7

IdentifierDoc-eq-any-ph-nt-cs

1032

3

3

1

100

2

 

TitleHostItem-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1033

3

1

1

100

3

 

TitleHostItem-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1033

3

1

1

1

3

 

TitleHostItem-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1033

3

3

1

100

1

 

TitleHostItem-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1033

3

3

1

1

1

 

TitleHostItem-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1033

3

3

2

100

1

 

TitleHostItem-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1033

3

3

2

1

1

 

ClassPhrase-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1040

3

1

1

100

3

 

ClassPhrase-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1040

3

1

1

1

3

 

ClassPhrase-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1040

3

3

1

100

1

 

ClassPhrase-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1040

3

3

1

1

1

 

ClassPhrase-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1040

3

3

2

100

1

 

ClassPhrase-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1040

3

3

2

1

1

 

ControlNoLink-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

1049

3

3

2

100

2

 

SubNameCor-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1074

3

1

1

100

3

 

SubNameCor-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1074

3

1

1

1

3

 

SubNameCor-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1074

3

3

1

100

1

 

SubNameCor-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1074

3

3

1

1

1

 

SubNameCor-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1074

3

3

2

100

1

 

SubNameCor-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1074

3

3

2

1

1

 

SubUnCon-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1080

3

1

1

100

3

 

SubUnCon-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1080

3

1

1

1

3

 

SubUnCon-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1080

3

3

1

100

1

 

SubUnCon-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1080

3

3

1

1

1

 

SubUnCon-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1080

3

3

2

100

1

 

SubUnCon-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1080

3

3

2

1

1

 

AGROVOC-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1085

3

1

1

100

3

 

AGROVOC-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1085

3

1

1

1

3

 

AGROVOC-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1085

3

3

1

100

1

 

AGROVOC-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1085

3

3

1

1

1

 

AGROVOC-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1085

3

3

2

100

1

 

AGROVOC-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1085

3

3

2

1

1

 

COMPASS-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1086

3

1

1

100

3

 

COMPASS-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1086

3

1

1

1

3

 

COMPASS-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1086

3

3

1

100

1

 

COMPASS-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1086

3

3

1

1

1

 

COMPASS-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1086

3

3

2

100

1

 

COMPASS-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1086

3

3

2

1

1

 

EPT-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1087

3

1

1

100

3

 

EPT-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1087

3

1

1

1

3

 

EPT-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1087

3

3

1

100

1

 

EPT-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1087

3

3

1

1

1

 

EPT-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1087

3

3

2

100

1

 

EPT-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1087

3

3

2

1

1

 

NAL-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1088

3

1

1

100

3

 

NAL-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1088

3

1

1

1

3

 

NAL-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1088

3

3

1

100

1

 

NAL-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1088

3

3

1

1

1

 

NAL-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1088

3

3

2

100

1

 

NAL-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1088

3

3

2

1

1

 

BCM-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1089

3

3

1

100

3

 

BCM-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1089

3

3

1

1

3

 

ClassDB-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1090

3

3

1

100

3

 

ClassDB-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1090

3

3

1

1

3

 

ISRC-eq-any-ph-nt-cs

1091

3

3

1

100

2

 

ISMN-eq-any-ph-nt-cs

1092

3

3

1

100

2

 

ISRN-eq-any-ph-nt-cs

1093

3

3

1

100

2

 

DOI-eq-any-ph-nt-cs

1094

3

3

1

100

2

 

CodeLangOri-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

1095

3

3

2

100

2

 

TitleLater-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1096

3

1

1

100

3

 

TitleLater-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1096

3

1

1

1

3

 

TitleLater-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1096

3

3

1

100

1

 

TitleLater-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1096

3

3

1

1

1

 

TitleLater-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1096

3

3

2

100

1

 

TitleLater-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1096

3

3

2

1

1

 

EAN-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1214

3

3

2

1

1

 

EAN-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1214

3

3

2

100

2

 

5.1.8 Relationship with Bath Profile for Search

The following table illustrates the relationship between the Bath Profile attribute combinations and corresponding danZIG Profile attribute combinations.

Bath-code

Name of Attribute Combinations

Bath-profile 1.1 with Amendments 1 and 7

Relation Bath / danZIG

danZIG-profile

Attribute Combinations

5.A.0.1.

Precision Match for Established Name Heading

equal

AuthorName-eq-any-nn-nt-ic

5.A.0.2.

Title Search - Keyword

equal

Title-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

5.A.0.3.

Subject Search - Keyword

equal

Subject-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

5.A.0.4.

Any Search - Keyword

equal

Any-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

5.A.1.1.

Author Search - Precision Match for Established Name Heading with Right Truncation

equal

AuthorName-eq-any-nn-rt-ic

5.A.1.2.

Author Search - Keyword

equal

AuthorName-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

5.A.1.3.

Author Search - Keyword with Right Truncation

equal

AuthorName-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

5.A.1.4.

Author Search - Exact Match

map to

AuthorName-eq-fif-nn-nt-cs

5.A.1.5.

Title Search - Keyword with Right Truncation

equal

Title-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

5.A.1.6.

Title Search - Exact Match

equal

Title-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

5.A.1.7.

Title Search – First Words in Field

map to

Title-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

5.A.1.8.

Title Search - First Characters in Field

map to

Title-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

5.A.1.9.

Subject Search - Keyword with Right Truncation

equal

Subject-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

5.A.1.10.

Subject Search - Exact Match

equal

Subject-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

5.A.1.11.

Subject Search – First Words in Field

map to

Subject-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

5.A.1.12.

Subject Search - First Characters in Field

map to

Subject-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

5.A.1.13.

Any Search - Keyword with Right Truncation

equal

Any-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

5.A.1.14.

Standard Identifier Search

equal

IdentifierStd-eq-fif-ph-nt-ic

5.A.1.15.

Date of Publication Search

equal

DatePubl-lt-any-dn-nt-cs

DatePubl-le-any-dn-nt-cs

DatePubl-eq-any-dn-nt-cs

DatePubl-ge-any-dn-nt-cs

DatePubl-gt-any-dn-nt-cs

5.A.1?  *)

Author Search - First Characters in Field

map to

AuthorName-eq-fif-nn-rt-cs

5.A.2.1.

Key Title Search - Keyword

equal

TitleKey-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

5.A.2.2.

Key Title Search - Keyword with Right Truncation

equal

TitleKey-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

5.A.2.3.

Key Title Search - Exact Match

equal

TitleKey-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

5.A.2.4.

Key Title Search - First Words in Field

map to

TitleKey-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

5.A.2.5.

Key Title Search - First Characters in Field

map to

TitleKey-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

5.A.2.6.

Format/Type of Material Search – Keyword

map to

MatType-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

5.A.2.7.

Format/Type of Material Search - Phrase

equal

MatType-eq-fif-ph-nt-ic

5.A.2.8.

Language Search

map to

CodeLang-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

5.A.2.9

Date of Publication Range Search

No mapping

 

*) Bath Profile Amendment 7: New Author Search in Functional Area A Level 1

Bath Profile Amendment 5: 5.A.1.2. Author Search – Keyword: This search should be moved to Level 0 to replace 5.A.0.1 Author Search - Precision Match for Established Name Heading is not reflected. Both 5.A.1.2. and 5.A.0.1. are listed in their original form.

5.1.9 Dan-1 Use Attributes for Search

Dan-1 Use (type 1) Attribute values for Search in danZIG Profile.

Dan-1 Use Attribute Value

Dan-1 Use Attribute Name

1

Classification-code-DK5

2

Subject-controlled

3

DBC-subject

4

DBC-non-fiction-subject

5

DBC-fiction-subject

6

DBC-music-subject

7

Format-as-subject

8

Subject-level

9

Shelf-mark

10

Classification-DK5

11

Classification-as-shelf-mark

12

Obsolete-shelf-mark

13

Subject-FUI

14

Catalogue-code

15

LIX-code

16

Music-notation

17

Item-number

18

Local-item-number

19

Previous-FAUST-code

20

Title-host-publication

21

Children/school-shelf-mark

22

Subject-controlled-non-fiction

23

Subject-controlled-fiction

24

Music-shelf-mark

25

Embossed-printing-abbreviated-version

26

Author-name-in-description

27

Technical-specification

36

Code-recom-restriction

37

Code-cataloging-library

38

Primary-material-type

39

Main-title

40

Identification-package

41

Codes-consultants-marks

42

Codes-consultants-groups

43

Catalogue-code-correction

44

Catalogue-code-express

45

ID-record-higher-level

46

Note-selection-materials

47

Codes-order-list

48

Serial-info-excl-number

49

RegionCounMunc-number

50

Publ-status

5.1.10 Dan-1 Search Attribute Combinations

The following table enumerates the combinations of Dan-1 attributes that must be supported by a danZIG compliant Server as part of a Search Request.

Remark that BIB-1 Relation, Position, Structure, Truncation and Completeness attributtes are used in combination with DAN-1 Use attribute.

 

 

DAN-1

Attribute Combination name

1 Use

2 Relation

3 Position

4 Structure

5 Truncation

6 Complete-ness

DK5Alfa-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

1

3

1

1

1

3

DK5Alfa-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

1

3

1

1

100

3

DK5Alfa-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

1

3

3

1

1

1

DK5Alfa-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

1

3

3

1

100

1

DK5Alfa-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

1

3

3

2

1

1

DK5Alfa-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

1

3

3

2

100

1

SubjectCon-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

2

3

1

1

1

3

SubjectCon-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

2

3

1

1

100

3

SubjectCon-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

2

3

3

1

1

1

SubjectCon-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

2

3

3

1

100

1

SubjectCon-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

2

3

3

2

1

1

SubjectCon-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

2

3

3

2

100

1

DBCSubject-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

3

3

1

1

1

3

DBCSubject-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

3

3

1

1

100

3

DBCSubject-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

3

3

3

1

1

1

DBCSubject-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

3

3

3

1

100

1

DBCSubject-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

3

3

3

2

1

1

DBCSubject-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

3

3

3

2

100

1

DBCSubjectNF-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

4

3

1

1

1

3

DBCSubjectNF-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

4

3

1

1

100

3

DBCSubjectNF-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

4

3

3

1

1

1

DBCSubjectNF-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

4

3

3

1

100

1

DBCSubjectNF-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

4

3

3

2

1

1

DBCSubjectNF-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

4

3

3

2

100

1

DBCSubjectF-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

5

3

1

1

1

3

DBCSubjectF-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

5

3

1

1

100

3

DBCSubjectF-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

5

3

3

1

1

1

DBCSubjectF-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

5

3

3

1

100

1

DBCSubjectF-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

5

3

3

2

1

1

DBCSubjectF-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

5

3

3

2

100

1

DBCSubjectMus-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

6

3

1

1

1

3

DBCSubjectMus-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

6

3

1

1

100

3

DBCSubjectMus-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

6

3

3

1

1

1

DBCSubjectMus-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

6

3

3

1

100

1

DBCSubjectMus-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

6

3

3

2

1

1

DBCSubjectMus-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

6

3

3

2

100

1

FormatSubj-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

7

3

1

1

1

3

FormatSubj-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

7

3

1

1

100

3

FormatSubj-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

7

3

3

1

1

1

FormatSubj-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

7

3

3

1

100

1

FormatSubj-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

7

3

3

2

1

1

FormatSubj-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

7

3

3

2

100

1

SubjectLevel-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

8

3

1

1

1

3

SubjectLevel-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

8

3

1

1

100

3

SubjectLevel-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

8

3

3

1

1

1

SubjectLevel-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

8

3

3

1

100

1

SubjectLevel-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

8

3

3

2

1

1

SubjectLevel-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

8

3

3

2

100

1

ShelfMark-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

9

3

1

1

1

3

ShelfMark-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

9

3

1

1

100

3

ShelfMark-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

9

3

3

1

1

1

ShelfMark-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

9

3

3

1

100

1

ShelfMark-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

9

3

3

2

1

1

ShelfMark-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

9

3

3

2

100

1

DK5-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

10

3

1

1

1

3

DK5-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

10

3

1

1

100

3

DK5-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

10

3

3

1

1

1

DK5-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

10

3

3

1

100

1

DK5-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

10

3

3

2

1

1

DK5-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

10

3

3

2

100

1

ClassSM-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

11

3

1

1

1

3

ClassSM-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

11

3

1

1

100

3

ClassSM-any-ph-rt-ic

11

3

3

1

1

1

ClassSM-any-ph-nt-ic

11

3

3

1

100

1

ClassSM-any-wo-rt-ic

11

3

3

2

1

1

ClassSM-any-wo-nt-ic

11

3

3

2

100

1

ObsoleteSM-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

12

3

1

1

1

3

ObsoleteSM-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

12

3

1

1

100

3

ObsoleteSM-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

12

3

3

1

1

1

ObsoleteSM-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

12

3

3

1

100

1

ObsoleteSM-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

12

3

3

2

1

1

ObsoleteSM-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

12

3

3

2

100

1

FUI-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

13

3

3

2

100

2

CatCode-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

14

3

3

2

100

2

LIX-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

15

3

3

2

100

2

MusicNot-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

16

3

3

2

100

2

ItemNo-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

17

3

3

2

100

2

LocItemNo-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

18

3

3

2

100

2

PrevFAUST-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

19

3

3

2

100

2

TitleHost-eq-fif-ph-rt-cs

20

3

1

1

1

3

TitleHost-eq-fif-ph-nt-cs

20

3

1

1

100

3

ChildSchSM-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

21

3

3

2

100

2

SubjConNF-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

22

3

1

1

1

3

SubjConNF-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

22

3

1

1

100

3

SubjConNF-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

22

3

3

1

1

1

SubjConNF-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

22

3

3

1

100

1

SubjConNF-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

22

3

3

2

1

1

SubjConNF-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

22

3

3

2

100

1

SubjConF-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

23

3

1

1

1

3

SubjConF-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

23

3

1

1

100

3

SubjConF-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

23

3

3

1

1

1

SubjConF-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

23

3

3

1

100

1

SubjConF-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

23

3

3

2

1

1

SubjConF-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

23

3

3

2

100

1

MusicSM-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

24

3

1

1

1

3

MusicSM-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

24

3

1

1

100

3

MusicSM-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

24

3

3

1

1

1

MusicSM-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

24

3

3

1

100

1

MusicSM-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

24

3

3

2

1

1

MusicSM-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

24

3

3

2

100

1

EmbPrAbb-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

25

3

3

2

100

2

AuthorInDesc-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

26

3

3

1

1

1

AuthorInDesc-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

26

3

3

1

100

1

AuthorInDesc-eq-any-wo-rt-cs

26

3

3

2

1

2

AuthorInDesc-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

26

3

3

2

100

2

TechSpec-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

27

3

1

1

1

3

TechSpec-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

27

3

1

1

100

3

TechSpec-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

27

3

3

1

1

1

TechSpec-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

27

3

3

1

100

1

TechSpec-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

27

3

3

2

1

1

TechSpec-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

27

3

3

2

100

1

CodeReRe-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

36

3

3

2

100

2

CodeCatLib-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

37

3

3

1

1

1

CodeCatLib-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

37

3

3

1

100

1

PrimMat-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

38

3

3

2

100

2

PrimMat-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

38

3

1

1

100

3

MainTitle-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

39

3

3

1

1

1

MainTitle-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

39

3

3

1

100

1

MainTitle-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

39

3

3

2

1

1

MainTitle-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

39

3

3

2

100

1

IdentPack-eq-fif-ph-rt-ic

40

3

1

1

1

1

IdentPack-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

40

3

1

1

100

3

CodesConMa-eq-any-wo-rt-cs

41

3

3

2

1

2

CodesConMa-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

41

3

3

2

100

2

CodesConGr-eq-any-wo-rt-cs

42

3

3

2

1

2

CodesConGr-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

42

3

3

2

100

2

CodesConCor-eq-any-wo-rt-cs

43

3

3

2

1

2

CodesConCor-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

43

3

3

2

100

2

CatCodeExp-eq-any-wo-rt-cs

44

3

3

2

1

2

CatCodeExp-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

44

3

3

2

100

2

IdRecHigh-eq-any-st-rt-cs

45

3

3

103

1

2

IdRecHigh-eq-any-st-nt-cs

45

3

3

103

100

2

NoteSeMat-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

46

3

3

2

1

1

NoteSeMat-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

46

3

3

2

100

1

CodesOrder-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

47

3

3

2

1

2

CodesOrder-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

47

3

3

2

100

2

TitleSeriesWN-eq-fif-ph-nt-cf

48

3

1

1

100

3

TitleSeriesWN-eq-fif-ph-rt-cf

48

3

1

1

1

3

TitleSeriesWN-eq-any-ph-nt-ic

48

3

3

1

100

1

TitleSeriesWN-eq-any-ph-rt-ic

48

3

3

1

1

1

TitleSeriesWN-eq-any-wo-nt-ic

48

3

3

2

100

1

TitleSeriesWN-eq-any-wo-rt-ic

48

3

3

2

1

1

RegCounMunc-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

49

3

3

2

100

2

Publ-status-eq-any-wo-nt-cs

50

3

3

2

100

2

5.2 B Scan Service

Targets must support scanning of the same Use attribute values as listed under Search Service requirements above, except the ones listed in the following table:

Bib-1 Use Attribute Name

Bib-1 Use Value

Identifier-ISBN

7

Identifier-ISSN

8

Control-number-local

12

Date-publication

31

Identifier-standard

1007

Date/time added to db

1011

Date/time last modified

1012

Identifier-document

1032

Identifier-ISRC

1091

Identifier-ISMN

1092

Identifier-ISRN

1093

Identifier-DOI

1094

 

Dan-1 Use Attribute Name

Dan-1 Use Value

ID-record-higher-level

45

Servers may ignore Truncation and Relation attributes specified in connection with Scan Requests. Other attribute types may not be ignored.

The Target must interpret (i.e. neither ignore- nor substitute) the values supplied for all of those attribute types, which are submitted in a given Scan Request.

If one or more attribute types are missing in a query, the Server may choose to either substitute default values for the missing attribute type - or reject the incomplete request as "Unsupported Attribute Combinations".

A Server must accept Scan requests containing any of the attribute combinations specified below. A Server may not treat any of these specified attribute combinations as “Unsupported Attribute Combinations”, but it may always choose to return zero hits.

The concepts of “fields” and “subfields” are not clearly defined in the context of the Z39.50 data model. Servers may therefore return the same hits, regardless of whether given Completeness and Position attributes refer to “fields” or “subfields”.

Target must support Step-size = 0, i.e. "do not skip any entries" and Position-in-response = 1.

Target must return the number of entries (hits) associated with each SCAN Term.

The following sections contain a complete enumeration of attribute combinations, which must be recognised by danZIG compliant Z-Servers in connection with Scan Requests.

5.2.1 Bib-1 Use Attributes for Scan

Bib-1 Use (type 1) Attribute Combinations for Scan in danZIG Profile

 

 

BIB- 1

Attribute Combination name

1 Use

3 Position

4 Structure

6 Complete-ness

Relation to Bath-profile (empty = no)

Title-fif-ph-cf

4

1

1

3

Mapping

Title-any-wo-ic

4

3

2

1

Mapping

TitleSeries-fif-ph-cf

5

1

1

3

 

TitleSeries-any-wo-ic

5

3

2

1

 

TitleUniform-fif-ph-cf

6

1

1

3

 

TitleUniform-any-wo-ic

6

3

2

1

 

Dewey-any-ph-cf

13

1

1

3

 

UDC-any-ph-cf

14

1

1

3

 

LC-any-ph-cf

16

1

1

3

 

NLM-any-ph-cf

17

1

1

3

 

NAL-any-ph-cf

18

1

1

3

 

ClassLoc-fif-ph-cf

20

1

1

3

 

ClassLoc-any-wo-ic

20

3

2

1

 

Subject-fif-ph-cf

21

1

1

3

Mapping

Subject-any-wo-ic

21

3

2

1

Mapping

MESH-fif-ph-cf

25

1

1

3

 

MESH-any-wo-ic

25

3

2

1

 

TitleKey-fif-ph-cf

33

1

1

3

 

TitleKey-any-wo-ic

33

3

2

1

 

TitlePar-fif-ph-cf

35

1

1

3

 

TitlePar-any-wo-ic

35

3

2

1

 

TitleForm-fif-ph-cf

42

1

1

3

 

TitleForm-any-wo-ic

42

3

2

1

 

CodeLang-any-wo-cs

54

3

2

2

 

CodeGeo-any-wo-cs

55

3

2

2

 

CodeInst-any-wo-ic

56

3

2

1

 

NameGeoPl-any-wo-cs

59

3

2

2

 

CODEN-any-wo-cs

60

3

2

2

 

Note-any-wo-ic

63

3

2

1

 

AuthorName-fif-nn-cs

1003

1

101

2

Mapping

AuthorName-any-wo-ic

1003

3

2

1

 

AuthorNamePer-fif-nn-cs

1004

1

101

2

 

AuthorNamePer-any-wo-ic

1004

3

2

1

 

AuthorNameCorp-fif-nn-cs

1005

1

101

2

 

AuthorNameCorp-any-wo-ic

1005

3

2

1

 

SubjectNamePer-fif-ph-cf

1009

1

1

3

 

SubjectNamePer-any-wo-ic

1009

3

2

1

 

Any-any-wo-ic

1016

3

2

1

 

NamePubl-any-ph-ic

1018

3

1

1

 

CodeMap-any-wo-cs

1024

3

2

2

 

TitleRelPeri-fif-ph-cf

1026

1

1

3

 

TitleRelPeri-any-wo-ic

1026

3

2

1

 

MatType-any-wo-cs

1031

3

2

2

 

MatType-fif-ph-cs

1031

1

1

1

 

TitleHostItem-fif-ph-cf

1033

1

1

3

 

TitleHostItem-any-wo-ic

1033

3

2

1

 

ClassPhrase-fif-ph-cf

1040

1

1

3

 

ClassPhrase-any-wo-ic

1040

3

2

1

 

SubNameCor-fif-ph-cf

1074

1

1

3

 

SubNameCor-any-wo-ic

1074

3

2

1

 

SubUnCon-fif-ph-cf

1080

1

1

3

 

SubUnCon-any-wo-ic

1080

3

2

1

 

AGROVOC-fif-ph-cf

1085

1

1

3

 

AGROVOC-any-wo-ic

1085

3

2

1

 

COMPASS-fif-ph-cf

1086

1

1

3

 

COMPASS-any-wo-ic

1086

3

2

1

 

EPT-fif-ph-cf

1087

1

1

3

 

EPT-any-wo-ic

1087

3

2

1

 

NAL-fif-ph-cf

1088

1

1

3

 

NAL-any-wo-ic

1088

3

2

1

 

BCM-fif-ph-cf

1089

1

1

3

 

ClassDB-fif-ph-cf

1090

1

1

3

 

CodeLangOri-any-wo-cs

1095

3

2

2

 

TitleLater-fif-ph-cf

1096

1

1

3

 

TitleLater-any-wo-ic

1096

3

2

1

 

EAN-any-wo-ic

1214

3

2

1

 

5.2.2 Relationship with Bath Profile for Scan

The following table illustrates the relationship between the Bath Profile attribute combinations and corresponding danZIG Profile attribute combinations.

 

Bath-no

Bath-name

1 Use

2 Position

3 Structure

Equivalent danZIG SCAN attribute combination name

5.A.1SCAN.1.

Author - Exact Match

1003

1

1

AuthorName-fif-nn-cs

5.A.1SCAN.2.

Title - Exact Match

4

1

1

Title-fif-ph-cf

5.A.1SCAN.3.

Title - Keyword

4

3

2

Title-any-wo-ic

5.A.1SCAN.4.

Subject - Exact Match

21

1

1

Subject-fif-ph-cf

5.A.1SCAN.5. 

Subject - Keyword

21

3

2

Subject-any-wo-ic

5.A.1SCAN.6. 

Any - Keyword

1016

3

2

Any-any-wo-ic

The danZIG-profile specifies the Completeness Attribute and the Bath-profile does not. In addition 5.A.1SCAN.1. - Author - Exact Match use Structure Attribute Value 1 where the equivalent danZIG combination AuthorName-fif-nn-cs use Attribute Value 101.

5.2.3 Dan-1 Use Attributes for Scan

Dan-1 Use Attribute Combinations for SCAN.

Remark that BIB-1 Position, Structure, and Completeness attributtes are used in combination with DAN-1 Use attribute.

 

 

DAN-1

Attribute Combination name

1

Dan-1 Use Attribute Value

3

Position Attribute Value

4

Structure Attribute Value

6

Com-pleteness Attribute Value

DK5Alfa-fif-ph-cf

1

1

1

3

DK5Alfa-any-wo-ic

1

3

2

1

SubjectCon-fif-ph-cf

2

1

1

3

SubjectCon-any-wo-ic

2

3

2

1

DBCSubject-fif-ph-cf

3

1

1

3

DBCSubject-any-wo-ic

3

3

2

1

DBCSubjectNF-fif-ph-cf

4

1

1

3

DBCSubjectNF-any-wo-ic

4

3

2

1

DBCSubjectF-fif-ph-cf

5

1

1

3

DBCSubjectF-any-wo-ic

5

3

2

1

DBCSubjectMus-fif-ph-cf

6

1

1

3

DBCSubjectMus-any-wo-ic

6

3

2

1

FormatSubj-fif-ph-cf

7

1

1

3

FormatSubj-any-wo-ic

7

3

2

1

SubjectLevel-fif-ph-cf

8

1

1

3

SubjectLevel-any-wo-ic

8

3

2

1

ShelfMark-fif-ph-cf

9

1

1

3

ShelfMark-any-wo-ic

9

3

2

1

DK5-fif-ph-cf

10

1

1

3

DK5-any-wo-ic

10

3

2

1

ClassSM-fif-ph-cf

11

1

1

3

ClassSM-any-wo-ic

11

3

2

1

ObsoleteSM-fif-ph-cf

12

1

1

3

ObsoleteSM-any-wo-ic

12

3

2

1

FUI-any-wo-cs

13

3

2

2

CatCode-any-wo-cs

14

3

2

2

LIX-any-wo-cs

15

3

2

2

MusicNot-any-wo-cs

16

3

2

2

ItemNo-any-wo-cs

17

3

2

2

LocItemNo-any-wo-cs

18

3

2

2

TitleHost-fif-ph-cs

20

1

1

3

ChildSchSM-any-wo-cs

21

3

2

2

SubjConNF-fif-ph-cf

22

1

1

3

SubjConNF-any-wo-ic

22

3

2

1

SubjConF-fif-ph-cf

23

1

1

3

SubjConF-any-wo-ic

23

3

2

1

MusicSM-fif-ph-cf

24

1

1

3

MusicSM-any-wo-ic

24

3

2

1

EmbPrAbb-any-wo-cs

25

3

2

2

AuthorInDesc-any-wo-cs

26

3

2

2

TechSpec-fif-ph-cf

27

1

1

3

TechSpec-any-wo-ic

27

3

2

1

CodeReRe-any-wo-cs

36

3

2

2

CodeCatLib-any-ph-ic

37

3

2

1

PrimMat-fif-ph-ic

38

1

1

1

MainTitle-fif-ph-cf

39

1

1

3

MainTitle-any-wo-ic

39

3

2

1

IdentPack-fif-ph-cf

40

1

2

3

CodesConMa-any-wo-cs

41

3

2

2

CodesConGr-any-wo-cs

42

3

2

2

CodesConCor-any-wo-cs

43

3

2

2

CatCodeExp-any-wo-cs

44

3

2

2

IdRecHigh-any-st-cs

45

3

103

2

NoteSeMat-any-wo-ic

46

3

2

1

CodesOrder-any-wo-ic

47

3

2

1

TitleSeriesWN-fif-ph-cf

48

1

1

3

TitleSeriesWN-any-wo-ic

48

3

2

1

RegCounMunc-any-wo-cs

49

3

2

2

Publ-status-any-wo-cs

50

3

2

2

5.3 B Present Service

Targets must support the following Element-set-names in relation to bibliographic MARC records:

Targets must support the following types of Preferred-record-syntaxes:

Targets are recommended to support the MARC21 Concise format for bibliographic data.

Targets may optionally use the Preferred-record-syntax DanMARC2X if they deliver MARC (ISO2709) records, which include danMARC2 as a subset in addition to any private extensions.

The principles for assigning of Object Identifiers to this type of extended formats are defined in http://www.loc.gov/z3950/agency/defns/oids.html#5  (last paragraph).

The following table illustrates the relationships between record syntax and element set names.

ESN

danMARC2

MARC21

SUTRS

DanMARC2X

F

+

+

+

+

B

-

-

+

-

Strictly speaking, a record is not conforming to the danMARC2 specifications, if this record contains private extensions to danMARC2. Z39.50 Servers operated by some institutions do however sometimes return records with private extensions in response to requests for danMARC2. This is why the DanMARC2X record syntax was introduced.

OID’s for format used in this specification:

Record syntax

OID

danMARC2

1.2.840.10003.5.14

MARC21

1.2.840.10003.5.10.1

SUTRS

1.2.840.10003.5.101

danMARC2X

1.2.840.10003.5.14.100

Multi-volume works may be handled as follows: When a client sends a PresentRequest for a given record, the target returns the requested record only (i.e. no related superior- or subordinate records). If the requested record is part of a multi-volume work, the client must extract the 014 and 015 fields in the danMARC2 format in order to search- and request the upper and/or the lower records in the multi-volume tree using BIB1 Use attribute 12.





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