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    xxx01/tab/tab11_acc and authority/bibliographic heading display, field 100 subfield "e", "relator term"


    • Product: Aleph
    • Product Version: 20, 21, 22, 23
    • Relevant for Installation Type: Dedicated-Direct, Direct, Local, Total Care


    In xxx01/tab/tab11_acc subfield "e" [Relator term] is stripped from being indexed. 
    100## AUT -46e

    Is this also the reason why subfield "e" does not display in the index list?


    Yes, this is a logical consequence. Content of subfield "e" for field 100 can be different in any BIB record so what should be displayed in the index list? Let's say "Jones-Smith, John" is the author in record A, the editor in record B and the illustrator in record C. You would have ...
    Record A - 100##$$aJones-Smith, John$$eauthor
    Record B - 100##$$aJones-Smith, John$$eeditor
    Record C - 100##$$aJones-Smith, John$$eillustrator
    ... but in the index list you have only one entry for this person for all BIB records. That's the reason why subfield "e" can't be displayed here.



    • Article last edited: 26-Jun-2016
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