Discover how the fixed length data elements are used in OLIB.
|Imports to||The 008 data is processed into various parts of the Title during import. See below for a breakdown of this information.|
|Exports from||The 008 data is generated from various parts of the Title during export. See below for a breakdown of this information.|
This is a fixed size tag. The position of the data in the tag determines its meaning.
For the MARC21 notes on this tag, refer here.
1 2 3 0123456789012345678901234567890123456789 070227s2006 sp cf 000 1 spa d
|00 - 05||070227||Date Entered on file: This is exported from the Date Catalogued field in OLIB. Here this value represents Feb 27th, 2007. During import, the Date Catalogued is set to the date of the import.|
|06 - 14||s2006####||Date1, Date2 and Type of Date(s): This is exported from and imported to the first Publication record information for the title. For specific control of the exported value, use the attributes:
|15-17||sp#||Place of publication, production, or execution: This is exported from the first Publication record information for the title. The value is retrieved from the MARC Country code associated with the Place Of Publication|
|18-34||####cf#####000#1#||This portion of the tag has a meaning which varies for different types of records (Books, Videos, ...). The data is imported into the Fixed MARC Fields for the Title record and is used to aid the determination of the Media (Sub-)Type for the title. The data is exported from the Fixed MARC Fields for the Title, Media Sub-Type or Media Type - whichever is located at the lowest level.|
|35-37||spa||Language (relating to the language of the item being described). Here the item is described as (predominantly) Spanish, with no significant content in other languages. This is used during import to assing a Language to the Title based on the MARC Language Code in the Languages reference data. Where the Language for the Title has a MARC Language Code, the export will utilise this.|
|38, 39||#d||Modified Record and Cataloguing Source.|