MARC Report 245: Cataloging Check Changes

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Added checks

%t: Duplicate subject headings     (AACR and RDA)
%t (Subject Added Entry): This record contains two or more subject headings with exactly the same tag, indicators and data.

245: Ending punct. repeated     (AACR and RDA)
245 (Title statement) includes two pieces of ending punctuation at the end of the field.

6XX: if subf $t then no $e     (AACR and RDA)
6XX (Subject Added entry) contains a name/title heading (i.e., $t is present). This heading refers to another resource, and not to a person, family, or corporate body associated with the resource: thus, subfield $e (Relator term) cannot be added to field. Delete the $e from this 6XX.

6XX: if subf $t then no $4     (AACR and RDA)
6XX (Subject Added entry field) contains a name/title heading (i.e., $t is present). This heading refers to another resource, and not to a person, family, or corporate body associated with the resource: thus, subfield $4 (Relator code) should not be added to field. Delete the $4 from this 6XX.

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Deleted checks

008/10: NAF uses 'c' if no 664/6     (AACR and RDA)
008/10 (Descriptive cataloging rules): LC uses only 'c' (AACR2) if 1XX name headings are present and 664 (Complex See Reference–Name) or 666 (General Explanatory Reference–Name) are not present.

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Modified Flags

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Modified Brief Messages

%t: Check repeated punct.     (AACR and RDA)       Message changed from: %t: Check repeated punctuation
The %t field contains a punctuation mark immediately followed by the same punctuation mark in subfield $%p. If this is a typo, correct the problem.

530: $d punct. must be ';'     (AACR and RDA)       Message changed from: 530: $d punc. must be ';'
530 $d: ISBD punctuation says subfield $d (Order number) must be preceded by a semicolon.

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Modified Notes

%t: Subf $e value not appropriate     (AACR and RDA)       Note changed
To: %t: Subfield $e contains a term defined in RDA Appendix I; but this term is not appropriate for use in a 1XX unless used with another Appendix I term that is appropriate in 1XX. Press <F7> to see a list of RDA terms that are appropriate for use in a 1XX. If the term is correct, then change the 1XX to a 7XX. (To configure 'appropriate' 1XX terms, goto the RDA page of the options.)
From: %t: Subfield $e contains a term that is found in RDA Appendix I but is not appropriate for use in a 1XX, except when added to another defined term that is appropriate. Press to see a list of defined terms from Appendix I that are appropriate for use in a 1XX. If the term is correct, then change the field to an appropriate 7XX instead of a 1XX.

111: Subf $j value not appropriate     (AACR and RDA)       Note changed
To: %t: Subfield $j contains a term that is found in RDA Appendix I but is not appropriate for use in a 1XX, except when added to another defined term that is appropriate. Press <F7> in the editor to see a list of defined terms from Appendix I that are appropriate for use in a 1XX. If the term is correct, then change the field to an appropriate 7XX instead of a 1XX.
From: %t: Subfield $j contains a term that is found in RDA Appendix I but is not appropriate for use in a 1XX, except when added to another defined term that is appropriate. Press to see a list of defined terms from Appendix I that are appropriate for use in a 1XX. If the term is correct, then change the field to an appropriate 7XX instead of a 1XX.

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