MARC Report 251: Cataloging Check Changes

This page is produced by an automated comparison of the current cataloging checks (251) with those of the previous version (250).

Message strings have been normalized to prevent slight differences in spacing, punctuation, etc., from being considered a change; but therehas been no attempt to otherwise edit this comparison.

Message Ids for each change listed below are available as comments in the markup; you may access this data by viewing or downloading thesource of this page.


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Added checks

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '0', indicating that subfield $a contains an International Standard Recording Code. The ISRC consists of 12 alphanumeric characters; when entering this number in MARC, do not include the abbreviation “ISRC”.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '0', indicating that subfield $a contains an International Standard Recording Code. The ISRC consists of 12 alphanumeric characters; when entering this number in MARC, remove any hyphens that appear on the item between the segments of the number.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '0', indicating that subfield $a contains an International Standard Recording Code. After removing the prefix “ISRC”, hyphens, and blank spaces, the ISRC will contain of 12 alphanumeric characters; check the number on the item and make sure it is entered correctly into the record.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '1', indicating that subfield $a contains an Universal Product Code. The UPC consists of 12 digits; when entering this number in MARC, do not include the abbreviation “UPC”.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '1', indicating that subfield $a contains an Universal Product Code. The UPC consists of 12 digits; when entering this number in MARC, remove any hyphens that appear on the item between the segments of the number.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '1', indicating that subfield $a contains an Universal Product Code. After removing the prefix “UPC”, hyphens, and blank spaces, the UPC will contain 12 digits; check the number on the item and make sure it is entered correctly into the record.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '2', indicating that subfield $a contains an International Standard Music Number. The ISMN has two formats: before 2008, the ISMN begins with “M” followed by 9 digits; since 2008, the ISMN begins with “9790” followed by 9 digits. Do not enter the abbreviation “ISMN” in the MARC record.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '2', indicating that subfield $a contains an International Standard Music Number. The ISMN has two formats: before 2008, the ISMN begins with “M” followed by 9 digits; since 2008, the ISMN begins with “9790” followed by 9 digits. Check the number on the item and make sure it is entered correctly into the record.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '2', indicating that subfield $a contains an International Standard Music Number. The ISMN used before 2008 begins with the letter “M” followed by 8 digits (variable length publisher number, plus item number) and ends with a check digit (10 characters in all). Do not enter the abbreviation “ISMN”, hyphens, or spaces in the MARC record.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '2', indicating that subfield $a contains an International Standard Music Number. The ISMN used since 2008 begins with “9790” followed by 8 digits and ends with a check digit (13 digits in all). Do not enter the abbreviation “ISMN”, hyphens, or spaces in the MARC record.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '3', indicating that subfield $a contains an International Article Number. The EAN consists of 13 digits that begin with “97”; when entering this number in MARC, do not include the abbreviation “EAN”.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '3', indicating that subfield $a contains an International Article Number. The EAN consists of 13 digits that begin with “97”; when entering this number in MARC, remove any hyphens and spaces that appear on the item between the segments of the number.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '3', indicating that subfield $a contains an International Article Number. The EAN consists of 13 digits that begin with “97”; check the number on the item and make sure it is entered correctly into the record.

024: Check number in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) indicator 1 is coded '3', indicating that subfield $a contains an International Article Number. The EAN consists of 13 digits that begin with “97”. Do not enter the abbreviation “EAN”, hyphens, or spaces. Check the number on the item and make sure it is entered correctly into the record.

024: Check numbers in subf $a     (AACR and RDA)
024 (Other standard Identifier) subfield $2 is coded 'gtin-14', indicating that subfield $a contains a Global Trade Item Number. The GTIN consists of 14 digits. Do not enter the abbreviation “GTIN”, hyphens, or spaces. Check the number on the item and make sure it is entered correctly into the record.

024: Add $q before qualifying info     (AACR and RDA)
The 024 contains what appears to be qualifying information after the number in the subf $a. To improve machine processing, this information should be coded in subfield $q without the parens. Note that if you are reviewing older records, you may want to cancel or disable this check, as $q was not added to MARC until 2013.

%t: Subf $e value not appropriate     (AACR and RDA)
%t: Subfield $e contains a term from the MARC Relator terms list; but this term is not appropriate for use in 1XX unless used with another term that is appropriate in 1XX (based on the MARC-to-RDA alignment published here: http://www.rdaregistry.info/Maps/mapMRC2RDA.html ). Press <F7> to see a list of RDA terms that are appropriate for use in a 1XX. If the term is deemed to be correct, then reconsider whether the entity being related in this 1XX field might be a contributor (MARC 7XX) instead.

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Deleted checks

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Modified Flags

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Modified Brief Messages

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Modified Notes

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