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    Bibliographic Details

    The Bibliographic Details table is a dimension that stores the details of the bibliographic record. This dimension is used across many subject areas and includes fields mapped from the MARC standard. The following table describes the fields including their mapping from MARC:

    Ex Libris works with content providers worldwide to enrich the metadata available in the Alma Community Zone. To enrich the journal/serial content in the CZ, we work directly with the Library of Congress CONSER feed for electronic serials, which we match against our knowledge base to enrich with all of the relevant metadata fields that they supply (for more details, see Community Zone Serial Records Enrichment) and enrich the CZ records with all relevant metadata, including the 050 fields (when available).

     

    In the case of book content, we work with multiple providers who are willing to share their metadata with the Alma community globally (for more details, see Community Zone Monograph Records Enrichment). If you have local access to these classifications, you may want to consider working with the local extension for these records whenever an update is not available. (For more details, see Working with Local Extension Fields for Community Zone-linked Records.)

    The Bibliographic Details table contains two kinds of fields, those derived from the MARC record and those that come from Alma. Although in analytics there is no distinction made between these fields, for explanatory purposes we have divided them into two tables below.

    Bibliographic Details
    Field Note

    Mapping from

    MARC21

    Mapping from UNIMARC

    Mapping from

    Dublin Core

    Record Type Record Size
    Author The term Author refers to the individual or group of individuals responsible for creating or producing the work being documented. The author is the primary contributor to the work, and their name is typically listed prominently in the bibliographic record to identify the originator of the content. Depending on the type of work and the citation style, the author's name may be followed by additional information such as their credentials, institutional affiliation, and the date of publication. 100,110,111 700,701,710,711 Currently empty, planned to come from dc:creator, dcterms:creators VARCHAR 4000
    Author (Contributor) The Author (Contributor) role refers to the specific role or function played by an individual or group in the creation or production of a work. This role is important for cataloging and documenting the contributions of different individuals or entities to a particular resource. The Author (Contributor) role is a way to categorize and describe the responsibilities of contributors beyond just being the primary author.

    711 a,c-e,i,j,n,q,u and its 880

    700 a-e,j,q,u and its 880

    710 a-e,i,n,u and its 880

    700 a-d,f,p

    701 a-d,f,p 

    710 a-h,p

    711 a-h,p

    720 a,f"

    721 a,f

    702 a-d,f,g 

    712 a-h,p

    722 a,f

    Currently empty, planned to come from dc:contributor, dcterms:contributor VARCHAR 4000
    Begin Publication Date The Begin Publication Date refers to the earliest date associated with the publication or release of a particular work. It is a critical piece of information that helps users understand when the work was first made available to the public. The publication date can be essential for citing the work correctly, tracking its historical context, and assessing its relevance to specific time periods. 008 pos. 07-10 100.Date1 Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 255
    BIB 008 MARC The contents of the MARC 008 bibliographic field. The BIB 008 field in a MARC bibliographic record is a fixed-length data element used to provide additional information about the bibliographic record itself. It contains various control information that helps catalogers and library systems manage and process the record.  008   Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 50
    BIB LDR MARC The BIB LDR refers to the Leader field (LDR) within the bibliographic record. The Leader is a fixed-length data element that provides control information about the bibliographic record itself. It is a critical component of MARC records, and each position within the Leader serves a specific purpose. The Leader field is typically 24 characters in length. The Leader field is used to convey fundamental information about the structure, organization, and characteristics of the bibliographic record. LDR   Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 50
    Bibliographic Acquisition Accession Number Note The identification code assigned to materials acquired in a single and separate transfer of custody. 541 e   Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 255
    Bibliographic ID A Bibliographic ID is a unique identifier assigned to a specific bibliographic entry or resource. It serves as a way to distinguish and locate a particular work within a library's catalog or database. The purpose of a bibliographic ID is to facilitate efficient retrieval and management of bibliographic records and to ensure that each record is distinct. 010 excluding numeric subfields 020 a dcterms:identifier dcterms:ISBN, dcterms:identifier dcterms:ISSN VARCHAR 255
    Bibliographic Level The Bibliographic Level is a classification that describes the scope and content of a bibliographic record. It helps users understand the nature of the resource being described in the record. The bibliographic level is often indicated using a one-letter code or abbreviation. Common bibliographic levels include: Monograph (m), Serial (s), Collection (c), Integration (i), Monographic Series (a), and so forth. Position 7 of the LDR field of the bibliographic record Position 7 of the LDR field of the bibliographic record Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 255
    Bibliographic Source of Acquisition Note The name of the people or organization that is the source of the material. 541 a   Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 255
    Category of Material The Category of Material is a classification or designation that describes the format or physical nature of the material being cataloged. It helps users and catalogers understand the medium in which a resource is presented. Position 0 of the 007 field  200 b dc:type VARCHAR 255
    DC Description  DC Description refers to Dublin Core (DC) metadata elements used to describe resources in a standardized way, particularly in digital libraries and online cataloging systems.  Relevant only for Dublin Core  Relevant only for Dublin Core  dc:description
    dcterms:description
    dcterms:abstract
    VARCHAR 4000
    New for June!
    DC Format
    The file format, physical medium, or dimensions of the resource. The information in this field is entered as free text. Relevant only for Dublin Core  Relevant only for Dublin Core  dc:format
    dcterms:format
    VARCHAR 256
    DC License DC License is a Dublin Core element used to specify the terms and conditions associated with the use of a resource. It provides information about the licensing or copyright status of a digital or physical resource, allowing users to understand how they can legally use, share, or redistribute the resource. The DC License element is particularly important in digital libraries, repositories, and online cataloging systems where access to digital content is provided.  Relevant only for Dublin Core Relevant only for Dublin Core Field does not yet exist.  It will be populated by  dcterms:license VARCHAR 4000
    DC Rights DC Rights refers to an element used to provide information about the intellectual property rights or copyright status of a resource. This element helps users understand the legal rights and permissions associated with the resource and whether there are any restrictions on its use. Relevant only for Dublin Core Relevant only for Dublin Core Field does not yet exist.  It will be populated by dc:rights and dcterms:rights VARCHAR 4000
    Edition Edition refers to a specific version or variation of a publication. The edition information provides details about changes, updates, or variations that have occurred since the original publication. Including the edition helps users and researchers identify the specific version of a book or other resource they are looking for. MARC 250 subfields a,b 205 a,b,f,g dcterms:isVersionOf VARCHAR 255
    Electronic location and access The location and access URl for the electronic resource. 856 all subfields     VARCHAR 4000
    End Publication Date The End Publication Date is the second date available in the 008 field, and it is used to indicate "Date 2." It is described as "A date specified by the code in 008/06 (Type of date/Publication status)." 008 pos. 11-14 100.Date2 Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 255
    Form of Item The Form of Item refers to a specific code or indicator that describes the physical format or medium of the resource being cataloged. This information helps library users understand the physical characteristics of the item and whether it is in a print or non-print format. MARC 008 pos. 29 (Maps and Visual Material) or 23 (other material configurations)   Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 1
    General Note A General Note is a field used to provide additional information or commentary about the resource being described. General notes can include various types of information that may not fit into specific structured fields within the bibliographic record. These notes are often used to convey contextual details, historical significance, or other relevant information about the resource. 500 a, 5     VARCHAR 4000
    Government Publication A Government Publication is a term used to identify materials that are published or produced by government entities at various levels of government, including federal, state, local, and international governments.

    For more information regarding the values of MARC 008 Pos. 28, see here.

    MARC 008 pos. 28

    According to MARC21 Format for Bibliographic Data, MARC 008 pos. 28 is Government Publication for the following material types: Books, Computer Files, Continuing Resources, Maps, and Visual Materials.

    For Music MARC 008 pos. 28 is Accompanying matter.  For Mixed material MARC 008 pos. 28 is Undefined.

    Consequently, when using this field, you may want to filter out records with Material Type = Music and Material Type = Mixed material.

      Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 1
    ISBN ISBN is a unique identifier for books, and it is used to facilitate the identification and cataloging of books and related materials.
    Field in analytics includes also cancelled and invalid ISBNs.
    MARC 020 a,z MARC 776 z 010 a dcterms:identifier dcterms:ISBN VARCHAR 255
    ISBN Valid A unique identifier for books and related materials. To be considered valid, an ISBN must adhere to the established ISBN standards and conventions.
    Field in analytics does not include cancelled and invalid ISBNs.
    MARC 020 a   Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 255
    ISSN An ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) is a unique identifier for serial publications, which include periodicals, journals, magazines, and other recurring publications.
    Field in analytics includes also cancelled and invalid ISSNs.
    022 l,a 776 x (for non-physical records) 011 a f dcterms:identifier dcterms:ISSN VARCHAR 255
    ISSN Valid A unique identifier for serial publications. To be considered valid for bibliographic records, an ISSN must adhere to the established standards and conventions for ISSN formatting and structure.
    Field in analytics does not include cancelled and invalid ISBNs.
    MARC 022 a   Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 255
    Language Code Language codes are used to indicate the language(s) in which a particular resource is written or presented. Language codes are typically standardized to ensure consistency in cataloging and bibliographic records. 008 pos. 35-37 101 a Currently comes from dc:language.  Planned to come from dc:language and dcterms:language VARCHAR 255
    Language Of Cataloging The Language of Cataloging refers to the language in which the cataloging or metadata for a particular resource is created. 040 b 100 a,22-24 Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 4000
    Local Note A Local Note is a type of note that provides specific information or instructions related to a library's unique policies, holdings, or services. Local notes are typically used to convey information that is specific to the individual library or cataloging institution and may not be relevant to libraries elsewhere. 590 a, 5     VARCHAR 4000
    Material Type See the table, Fields that Identify the Bibliographic Material Type, in the Material Types in Search Results section for a description of material type. MARC control LDR Material Type   Planned to be empty.  Currently comes from dc:type VARCHAR 4000
    Material Type Code Code of the material type described above (in Material Type). MARC control LDR Material Type   Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 255
    National Agricultural Library Call Number The call number used by the American National Agricultural Library. 070 a   Not relevant for Dublin Core    
    Network Number A Network Number typically refers to a unique identifier assigned to a bibliographic record within a library network or consortium. 035 a z 053 a z dc:identifier , dcterms:identifier VARCHAR 4000
    OCLC Control Number (019) The OCLC Control Number (019 field) is used by OCLC to record and index OCLC control numbers of records that have been deleted or will be processed as duplicate records.

    For more information on the OCLC Control Number 019 and its subfields, see here.

    Leading zeros are not displayed.

    019 a

    When the subfield begins with one of the following prefixes:  

    • (OCLC)
    • (OCoLC)
    • ocm
    • ocn
    • on 
      Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 4000
    OCLC Control Number (035a) Subfield "a" in the 035 field is used to record the main OCLC Control Numbers.

    For more information on the OCLC Control Number 035 and its subfields, see here.

    Leading zeros are not displayed.

    035 a

    When the subfield begins with one of the following prefixes:  

    • (OCLC)
    • (OCoLC)
    • ocm
    • ocn
    • on
    035 a Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 4000
    OCLC Control Number (035a+z) The OCLC Control Number can include both the main OCLC Control Number in subfield "a" and any related or canceled OCLC Control Numbers in subfield "z." This practice is useful for indicating changes or updates to cataloging records and for maintaining a historical record of previous control numbers associated with the same resource.

    For more information on the OCLC Control Number 035 and its subfields, see here.

    Leading zeros are not displayed.

    035a+z

    When the subfield begins with one of the following prefixes:  

    • (OCLC)
    • (OCoLC)
    • ocm
    • ocn
    • on
    035a+z Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 4000
    OCLC Control Number (035z) Subfield "z" in the 035 field is used to record related or canceled OCLC Control Numbers, providing a historical record of control numbers associated with a specific resource.

    For more information on the OCLC Control Number 035 and its subfields, see here.

    Leading zeros are not displayed.

    035 z

    When the subfield begins with one of the following prefixes:  

    • (OCLC)
    • (OCoLC)
    • ocm
    • ocn
    • on
    035 z Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 4000
    Open Access Open Access (OA) refers to a publishing model that provides unrestricted and free access to scholarly and research publications on the Internet. It signifies that the full text or content of the publication is freely available to anyone, without requiring payment or subscription. Values are Yes and No. Based on 506 f 506 2   Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 4
    Original Cataloging Agency The MARC code or the name of the organization that created the original record. 040 a 081 b Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 255
    Place Code The Place Code is a code that represents the place of publication for a printed or published resource. 008 pos. 15-17 102$$a Currently empty, planned to come from dcterms:spatial VARCHAR 50
    Place of Publication - City The city where a printed or published resource was published or produced.

    Derived from the place code in 008 pos. 15-17.

    If the value of this field in the bibliographic record does not exist in the official list of place codes, the value for this field in Alma Analytics will be "No place, unknown, or undetermined".
    Not relevant for UNIMARC Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 200
    Place of Publication - Country The country where a printed or published resource was published or produced.

    Derived from the place code in 008 pos. 15-17.

    For a list of country codes, see:

    MARC Code List for Countries

    If the value of this field in the bibliographic record does not exist in the official list of place codes, the value for this field in Alma Analytics will be "No place, unknown, or undetermined".

    Derived from the place code 102$$a.

    For a list of country codes, see:

    List of ISO 3166 Country Codes

    If the value of this field in the bibliographic record does not exist in the official list of place codes, the value for this field in Alma Analytics will be "No place, unknown, or undetermined". If there are multiple place codes in this field, only the first value is displayed.
    Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 200
    Place of Publication - State The state where a printed or published resource was published or produced.

    Derived from the place code in 008 pos. 15-17.

    If the value of this field in the bibliographic record does not exist in the official list of place codes, the value for this field in Alma Analytics will be "No place, unknown, or undetermined".
    Not relevant for UNIMARC Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 200
    Publication Date The Publication Date refers to the date when a printed or published resource was officially issued, published, or made publicly available.
    The publication date is determined as follows:
    • the bibliographic details publication date comes from 264 subfield c
    • if there is no 264 subfield c, then the publication date comes from 260 subfield c
    • if there is no 264 subfield c and also no 260 subfield c, then the publication date comes from 008 pos. 7-10
    The publication date is determined as follows:
    • the bibliographic details publication date comes from 210 subfield d
    • If there is no 210 subfield d, then the publication date comes from field 214 subfield d.
    • if both fields do not exist, then the publication date comes from field 100 subfield a pos. 9-12 
    dc:date VARCHAR 255
    Publication Place The Publication Place refers to the city or location where a printed or published resource was officially published, issued, or produced. MARC 260 a. When 260a is empty, it is taken from MARC 264a 210 a 214 a Not relevant for Dublin Core (use Place Code) VARCHAR 255
    Publisher The Publisher refers to the entity or organization responsible for producing, printing, and distributing a printed or published resource.

    260 b

    264 b

    210 c

    214 c

    dcterms:publisher, dc:publisher VARCHAR 255
    Resource Type Constructed based on existing bibliographic fields such as the LDR and 008. For more information, see The Resource Type Field.       VARCHAR 4000
    Series A Series refers to a related group of publications or resources that share common characteristics, themes, or subjects and are published under a common title or series name. 800 t,v

    810 t,v

    811 t,v

    830 a,n,p,v

    410 a,h,i,o,t,x Currently empty.  Planned to come from dcterms:isPartOf VARCHAR 4000
    Series Statement A Series Statement refers to the title or name of a series to which a printed or published resource belongs. 490 a,v x     VARCHAR 4000
    Subjects Subjects refer to the specific topics, themes, or subjects covered by a printed or published resource. 6XX excluding 69X, 630, 689 600 a,b 602 603-8 610 616 617 dc:subject dcterms:LCSH,MESH,DDC,UDC,LCC VARCHAR 4000
    Subjects (Names) Subjects (Names) refers to the specific individuals, organizations, or entities associated with a printed or published resource. 600 a,b,c,d,e,l,t.u

    610 a,b,c,d,e,l,n,t,u

    611 a,b,c,d,e,j,l,n,q,t,u

        VARCHAR 4000
    Title The Title refers to the name or title of a printed or published resource. The title is one of the most critical elements of bibliographic cataloging because it helps users identify and distinguish one resource from another.

    245 a,b

    249 a,b,c,v

    200 a,c,d,e,h,i dc:title VARCHAR 4000
    Title (Complete) The information from MARC field 245, subfields $a, $n, $p, $h, $b, $c, $f, $g, $k, $s. 245 a,n,p,h,b,c,f,g,k,s 200 a-i Currently empty, planned to come from dc:alternative VARCHAR 4000
    Title (Filing) The title with common words such as "The" and "An" removed to help with sorting the title alphabetically.
    Any text between double arrows (<<>>) is removed.
    For a video describing the use of this field, see Sort Analytics Reports by Filing Title - Ignoring "The", "A", and "An".

    240 a,c,p

    245 a,c,p

    200 a,e

    500

    Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 4000
    Title (Normalized) The normalized Title. This field is useful when you want to compare titles that may have been catalogued differently. This field is built in the following manner:
    Alma does the following to the 245 field (except subfields c,h,6 and 8) in the following order:
    1. Removes non filing text.
    2. Removes <<>> and anything between them.
    3. Removes these characters: []|,.;:"
    4. Changes these characters to a space: !@#$%^&*()_+-={}\<>?/~'
    5. Changes characters to lowercase.
    6. Packs spaces (replace all sequences of more than one space with a single space).

    245 a,b,n,p

    249 a,b,c,v

    200 a,c,d,e,h,i dc:title   4000
    Title Author Combined and Normalized 100 characters of the normalized title and the first four letters of the author in lowercase letters, with spaces removed. See Author and Title Fields See Author and Title Fields See Author and Title Fields VARCHAR 110
    Title Committed to Retain Title Committed to Retain refers to a commitment made by a library to retain and preserve a specific resource. This commitment is important for ensuring the long-term availability and accessibility of important scholarly or historical materials.

    Indicates (Yes/No) if the bibliographic record is marked as Committed to Retain.

    Configurable from Configuration > Resources > Collection Retention > Bibliographic Collection Retention Definition. For more information, see Bibliographic Record Retention.     VARCHAR 4
    Type of date The Type of Date refers to the nature or purpose of a date included in the record. It specifies what the date represents or signifies within the bibliographic context. The type of date can provide important information to users and catalogers about the significance of the date included in the record. 008 pos. 6

    For more information on the options available for Type of date in 008 pos. 6, see here.

    100 pos 8 Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 255
    Uniform Resource Identifier A Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) is a string of characters used to identify a resource on the internet or within a particular system. URIs are often used to provide direct links or references to online resources related to the bibliographic entry, such as a digital version of a book, an electronic journal article, or additional related materials. 856 u 856 u dc:identifier (dcterms:URI) ,dcterms:identifier (dcterms:URI) VARCHAR 4000
    Uniform Resource Identifier Field Exists Indicates whether a Uniform Resource Identifier (URI) Exists for the bibliographic record. Values are 0 or 1, where "0" means No and "1" means Yes.

    Indicates if 856 subfield u contains data.

          INT  
    Uniform Title A Uniform Title is a standardized title used to represent a specific work, especially when that work has been published under multiple titles or in various editions, languages, or formats. 240 130 500 Not relevant for Dublin Core VARCHAR 4000
    The following table describes other fields in the shared dimension (taken from Alma and not MARC):
    Administrative Bibliographic Details
    Field Description Data Type Data Size
    Active Course Code Active Course Code is the code of the course in the Alma course reserves. For more information see here. VARCHAR 4000
    Active Course Name Active Course Name is the name of the course in the Alma course reserves. For more information see here. VARCHAR 4000
    Bibliographic Lifecycle The Lifecycle of the bibliographic record. Possible values are Deleted and In Repository. This allows you to filter reports and to remove Deleted records. VARCHAR 50
    Bibliographic Rank Alma assesses the comprehensiveness and depth of MARC 21 bibliographic entries, considering various elements such as identifiers, names, subjects, informative LDR and 008 fields, publication details, among others. This evaluation is reflected in the Bibliographic Rank, designed as a useful aid for libraries in pinpointing records requiring further scrutiny. For more information, see here. INT  
    Brief Level Brief Level refers to the level of detail provided in a bibliographic description. It indicates how much information is included in the bibliographic record, with brief descriptions containing less detailed information compared to full or comprehensive descriptions. In Alma, ten levels of brief records can be defined from 01 through 10, where 01 represents the most brief record and 10 represents a full record. For more information see here. VARCHAR 2
    Chinese Classification The Chinese Classification of the bibliographic record. For more information, see here. VARCHAR 50
    Collection ID The ID of the collection or collections the bibliographic record is associated with as defined at Resources > Manage Inventory > Manage Collections.

    Relevant only for bibliographic records that are part of a collection.

     

    One MMS_ID can be attributed to multiple titles collections, therefore a delimited list of collections are defined for the MMS.

    VARCHAR 4000
    Collection Name The Name of the collection or collections the bibliographic record is associated with as defined at Resources > Manage Inventory > Manage Collections.

    Relevant only for bibliographic records that are part of a collection.

    VARCHAR 4000
    Creation Date The timestamp of the bibliographic record creation date.  DATETIME  
    Creation Date (Calendar) The creation date without a timestamp. This date format is useful when filtering the report by date. DATE  
    Creator The name of the user that created the record VARCHAR 255
    Dewey Classification The Dewey classification of the record. VARCHAR 255
    Dewey Classification Top Line

    The first 3 digits of the Dewey Classification

    VARCHAR 15
    Has Local Extensions Indicates if the Community Zone-linked record has local extensions (Y/N). VARCHAR 3
    ISBN (Normalized)
    An ISBN that has been formatted or standardized according to established rules or conventions. VARCHAR 255
    ISSN (Normalized) An ISSN that has been formatted or standardized according to established rules or conventions.  VARCHAR 255
    LC Classification Top Line The combined LC code and classification numbers until the first period which is followed by a letter. If there are no periods then the entire string is taken until there is a space. The length is limited to 50 characters.
    For example:
    • if the LC Classification is | a HB3821.I8 |b R3 then the LC Classification Top Line will be HB3821
    • if the LC Classification is | a DF506.5 |b .G27 then the LC Classification Top Line will be DF506.5
    • if the LC Classification is | a N 7353 |b .K513 1965 then the LC Classification Top Line will be N
    • if the LC Classification is | a NOT YET ORDERED then the LC Classification Top Line will be NOT
    The LC Classification Top Line will contain one value. For MARC21, if the bibliographic record has:
    • both 090 and 050 then the LC Classification Top Line will come from 090
    • 050 and not 090 then the LC Classification Top Line will come from 050
    • 090 and not 050 then the LC Classification Top Line will come from 090
    Recent data may not be available if it has not yet been received from CONSER.
    VARCHAR 50
    Link ID The link ID, if the record is linked to the Community Zone or Network Zone. For more information concerning this field and the next two, see Understanding the fields Link ID Linked to CZ and Linked to NZ in the Bibliographic Details folder. VARCHAR 50
    Linked to CZ Indicates if the record is linked to the Community Zone. VARCHAR 3
    Linked to NZ Indicates if the record is linked to the Network Zone. VARCHAR 3
    Local Param 1-30

    These fields of information are from MARC fields in Alma, which were configured specifically for your institution.

    In order to make use of these fields, you must contact Ex Libris Support and supply them with a three-digit MARC field code. 
    The data in the local parameters is limited to 3900 characters.

    If you want to have the labels of the local parameters displayed in analytics, configure the analytics_display_local_params parameter (Configuration > Analytics > General Configuration > Other Settings) to true.

    VARCHAR 4000
    Managed by Provider

    Indicates if the electronic resource is managed by the provider. Possible values are Yes or No.

    Relevant only for electronic resources.

    VARCHAR 3
    MMS ID The MMS ID of the inventory item (physical, electronic, or digital). VARCHAR 255
    Modification Date The latest (most recent) timestamp of the bibliographic record modification date. DATETIME  
    Modification Date (Calendar) The latest (most recent) modification date without a timestamp. This date format is useful when filtering the report by date. DATE  
    Modified By The name of the user that modified the record. VARCHAR 255
    Network ID This field is used by institutions implementing a Network Zone. It is the same as the MMS ID of the bibliographic record in the Network Zone and can be used to create reports that show the MMS ID in the member institution (using the existing MMS ID), as well as the corresponding MMS ID in the Network Zone. VARCHAR 50
    Originating System The system where the bibliographic record originated.
    If Unknown is displayed in this field, see the following document: How to set up Alma so that the “Originating System” in Analytics will be properly populated.
    VARCHAR 4000
    Originating System ID The ID of the record in the originating system where the bibliographic record originated. VARCHAR 255
    Originating System Version The Originating System Version is the metadata record field that enables uploading records in the correct sequence by preventing the update of an existing record with an older version of the same record. This prevents older bibliographic records from overlaying or merging with newer records. The Originating System Version field is created from the record’s 005 control field the first time the record is imported. For information regarding normalizing the Originating System Version field, see the Update originating system information process and the procedure To configure normalization for managing the Originating System and Originating System Version information. VARCHAR 16
    Peer Reviewed Indicates if the article was peer reviewed. VARCHAR 4
    Provider Name The name of the provider who manages the bibliographic record that is included in the CZ (Community Zone). Relevant only for electronic titles that are linked to the CZ and when an external provider manages the CZ record.  VARCHAR 255
    Record Format The format of the bibliographic record. Examples:
    • MARC 21
    • DC
    • KORMARC
    • CNMARC
    • UNIMARC
    • LC BF INSTANCE
    VARCHAR 4000
    Suppressed from Discovery Indicates whether the record is suppressed from external discovery systems. VARCHAR 3
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