RE: [IUG] LTI, Load Tables and Duplicate 050s
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- Date: Wed, 05 Jul 2006 16:53:55 -0700
- From: Frances Dodd <fdodd at sfu dot ca>
- Subject: RE: [IUG] LTI, Load Tables and Duplicate 050s
The double entry (050 loading both as y-tagged and c-tagged) is
probably happening because the 050 is loading as y-tagged through the
load table, and it is also set to load as a call number (c-tagged)
through the holding symbol table. Usually, the library keeps either a
y-tagged 050 or a c-tagged 050 but not both. So, for the LTI records,
the trick is to use the right combination of load line, holding
symbol entry, and protection list. If you like the c-tagged 050, then
leave it in the holding symbol table, but take it out of the load
table so that the y-tagged version will stop loading. You can
conditionally protect both fields or either one, using protection
codes D or K. For more on all this, see User Manual Page # 105807 and
Page # 101871.
At 03:41 PM 03/07/2006, you wrote:
Our library has just begun to utilize LTI for our authority work. Ideally,
we wish to keep all our "y"-tagged 050s as well as our "c"-tagged 050s.
PROBLEM: A load table was created for downloading the in-coming file of bib.
records once the authority work was done. When we downloaded our first file
we noticed that the Call. No. data was duplicated when reloaded (i.e. a
"c"-tagged 050 + an identical "y"-tagged 050). Our base file is currently
being processed by LTI and we would like to straighten out this matter
before we have to download this exhaustive file of all our bib. records.
QUESTION: Does any other libraries using LTI keep their "y"-tagged 050 data?
If so, how is this set up in the load table? Is it possible to protect all
of our 050 call numbers, whether y-tagged or c-tagged, when loading files
from LTI without creating duplicate "y"-tagged 050s? Would it work if we
protected both the y-tagged and c-tagged 050s, along with the c tagged 090s,
and designate in the load table for authorized bibliographic records from
LTI "bib y 051-055"?
Regent Carey Library
audrey at regent-college dot edu
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