[OPEN-ILS-GENERAL] 099 / 090 / 050
rogan.hamby at yclibrary.net
Fri Aug 1 09:32:31 EDT 2014
I'm not 100% sure what the question you're asking is and I hate to make
some bad assumptions so I'll try to move this along by providing a little
information with a caveat. My caveat is that I work for a public library
and I know a lot of consortiums use a setup similar to ours but there may
be some functionality elsewhere that I'm not familiar with to use the marc
based bib call numbers more.
Generally, bib based call numbers aren't used as the call numbers per se in
Evergreen. Those are values set in volume records. That doesn't mean that
Evergreen doesn't pay attention to those values. For example, I think the
099 etc... are indexed as keywords per MODs mapping.
Indexing and searching can be a long topic in it's own right there and I
have the impression you're talking more about opac level viewing and
On Fri, Aug 1, 2014 at 8:43 AM, Donald Butterworth <
don.butterworth at asburyseminary.edu> wrote:
> After a decent night's sleep, I reread the email I sent yesterday about LC
> call numbers and printing, and realized the 099 / 090 / 050 question has
> nothing to do with printing. (Duh)
> The question really has to do with what call number is supplied in the
> call number display when a new volume is created. I should have asked if
> Evergreen follows the 099 / 090 / 050 hierarchy protocol.
> Sorry about that,
> First a question about default call numbers. A bib record potentially
> could contain all 3 call number fields for an LC library.
> 099 Local Free-Text Call Number
> 090 Local LC-type Call Number
> 050 LC Assigned Call Number
> It would be extremely rare for a bib record to have all three numbers, but
> if they were present, the 099 tag should be the one chosen by the system to
> print. When an 090 and an 050 are present the system should choose the 090
> to print. When only the 050 is present it should print. Is this protocol
> being followed in Evergreen?
> Don Butterworth
> Faculty Associate / Librarian III
> B.L. Fisher Library
> Asbury Theological Seminary
> don.butterworth at asburyseminary.edu
> (859) 858-2227
Rogan Hamby, MLS, CCNP, MIA
Managers Headquarters Library and Reference Services,
York County Library System
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