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    The PNX Record

    For Primo VE, the PNX information is not created and processed in the same way. Instead, a partial version is created on-the-fly only for display purposes in the UI, and it is not used for search, facets, and so forth. For information on how the data is mapped from the source to Primo VE, see Mapping to the Display, Facets, and Search Sections in the Primo VE Record.

    Primo harvests data from a wide range of source databases and formats. This data must be normalized and optimized to facilitate efficient discovery and delivery. The various source formats must be mapped to the Primo normalized XML (PNX) record.

    For additional information about the publishing process, refer to the Overview of the Primo Back Office.

    The PNX record is created and stored in XML format, using the UTF-8 character set.
    The data in the PNX record is organized in sections, each section containing information for a specific purpose. In some cases, the data is duplicated to provide flexibility to the system when it is processing the data.
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