[Koha] Editing MARC Frameworks
clopez at dml.vic.edu.au
Tue Jul 30 11:02:24 NZST 2019
Thanks for that.
So what you're saying is that we should open the MARC editor, set the values we want for that material type in the leader, then copy the entire leader into 'Advanced constraints > Default value' for the leader in the new MARC framework. Is that right?
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Subject: Re: [Koha] Editing MARC Frameworks
I usually use the default setting in the bibliographic frameworks as
suggested by Carlos.
I create a record setting the defaults I want using the plugin (for the
00x this refers to the pop-up window you get instead of entering the
values manually). Then I copy the value created and copy that into the
default setting. Be careful to include all leading spaces.
Hope this helps,
On 29.07.19 08:13, Sally Stewart wrote:
> Hi All, we are new to Koha, and have not been able to find an answer to this problem...
> We are trying to create MARC Frameworks for various record types, but cannot work out how to set the Leader 06 (Type of material), 07 (Bib level) and 008 fields to correctly define the materials.
> For example:
> Visual Material [VM] for our 'Art' framework:
> Leader position 06 = k
> Leader position 07 = m
> 008 field = position 33 = art original = a
> Continuing Resource CR for our 'Serials' framework:
> Leader position 06 = a
> Leader position 07 = s
> 008 field = position 21 = Periodical = p
> Can these data elements be hard coded into a framework?
> Thank you
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