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1 # CCL field mappings
2 # $Id$
3 # There are four types of lines in a CCL profile: 
4 #  1. qualifier specification
5 #       qualifier-name   [  attributeset   ,]  type   =   val   [  attributeset   ,]  type   =   val   ...
6
7 #  2. qualifier alias
8 #       q q1 q2 q3
9 #
10 #  3. comments
11 #       comments begin with 
12 #
13 #  4. directives
14 #       @   directive    value
15 #
16 # see http://indexdata.dk/yaz/doc/tools.tkl#CCL for more details
17 #
18 # The rule below is used when no fields are specified
19 term t=l,r  s=al
20 #
21 # Simple rule for a field called "clean"
22 clean t=l,r
23
24 ### 1. BIB1 USE ATTRIBUTES MAPPED TO CCL QUALIFIERS
25 #
26 # SEE http://www.loc.gov/z3950/agency/bib1.html
27 #
28 # The notation '$' following a USMARC tag refers to a
29 # subfield of the named field.  The notation 'i' following a
30 # USMARC tag refers to values of the second indicator in the named
31 # field; when the second indicator of the field has the value
32 # , the data in the field is associated with that Use
33 # attribute.
34 #
35 #Use                  Value Definition                      USMARC tag(s)
36 #-------------------- ----- ------------------------------  ------------------
37 #Abstract               62  An abbreviated, accurate        520
38 #                           representation of a work,
39 #                           usually without added
40 #                           interpretation or criticism.
41 Abstract 1=62
42 ab Abstract
43
44 #Any                  1016  The record is selected if there
45 #                           exists a Use attribute that the
46 #                           target supports (and considers
47 #                           appropriate - see note 1) such
48 #                           that the record would be
49 #                           selected if the target were to
50 #                           substitute that attribute.
51 #       Notes:
52 #        (1) When the origin uses 'any' the intent is that the target
53 #            locate records via commonly used access points. The target
54 #            may define 'any' to refer to a selected set of Use
55 #            attributes corresponding to its commonly used access points.
56 #        (2) In set terminology: when Any is the Use attribute, the set
57 #            of records selected is the union of the sets of records
58 #            selected by each of the (appropriate) Use attributes that
59 #            the target supports.
60 Any 4=6 1=1016
61 kw Any
62
63 #Anywhere             1035  The record is selected if the
64 #                           term value (as qualified by the
65 #                           other attributes) occurs anywhere
66 #                           in the record.
67 #
68 #            Note: A target might choose to support 'Anywhere' only in
69 #            combination with specific (non-Use) attributes. For example, a
70 #            target might support 'Anywhere' only in combination with the
71 #            Relation attribute 'AlwaysMatches' (see below), to locate all
72 #            records in a database.
73 #
74 #       Notes on relationship of Any and Anywhere:
75 #        (1) A target may support Any but not Anywhere, or vice versa, or
76 #            both.  However, if a target supports both, then it should
77 #            exclude 'Anywhere' from the list of Use attributes
78 #            corresponding to 'Any' (if it does not do so, then the set
79 #            of records located by 'Any' will be a superset of those
80 #            located by 'Anywhere').
81 #        (2) A distinction between the two attributes may be informally
82 #            expressed as follows: 'anywhere' might result in more
83 #            expensive searching than 'any'; if the target (and origin)
84 #            support both 'any' and 'anywhere', if the origin uses 'Any'
85 #            (rather than 'Anywhere') it is asking the target to locate
86 #            the term only if it can do so relatively inexpensively.
87 #Anywhere 1=1035
88
89 #Author-name          1003  A personal or corporate author, 100, 110, 111, 400
90 #                           or a conference or meeting      410, 411, 700, 710,
91 #                           name.  (No subject name         711, 800, 810, 811
92 #                           headings are included.)
93 Author 5=1 1=1003 s=pw
94 au Author
95
96 #Author-name-and-     1000  A personal or corporate author, 100/2XX, 110/2XX,
97 #title                      or a conference or meeting      111/2XX, subfields
98 #                           name, and the title of the      $a & $t in
99 #                           item.  (No subject name         following: 400,410,
100 #                           headings are included.)  The    411, 700, 710, 711,
101 #                           syntax of the name-title        800, 810, 811
102 #                           combination is up to the
103 #                           target, unless used with the
104 #                           Structure attribute Key (see
105 #                           below).
106 #Author-title 1=1000
107
108 #Author-name-         1005  An organization or a group      110, 410, 710, 810
109 #corporate                  of persons that is identified
110 #                           by a particular name. (Differs
111 #                           from attribute "name-corporate
112 #                           (2)" in that corporate name
113 #                           subject headings are not
114 #                           included.)
115 #Author-name-corporate 1=1005
116
117 #Author-name-         1006  A meeting of individuals or     111, 411, 711, 811
118 #conference                 representatives of various
119 #                           bodies for the purpose of
120 #                           discussing topics of common
121 #                           interest. (Differs from
122 #                           attribute "name-conference
123 #                           (3)" in that conference name
124 #                           subject headings are not
125 #                           included.)
126 #Author-name-conference 1=1006
127 #af Author-name-conference
128
129 #Author-name-personal 1004  A person's real name,           100, 400, 700, 800
130 #                           pseudonym, title of nobility
131 #                           nickname, or initials.
132 #                           (Differs from attribute
133 #                           "name-personal (1)" in that
134 #                           personal name subject headings
135 #                           are not included.)
136 #Author-name-personal 1=1004
137
138 #Author-Title-Subject 1036  An author or a title or a        1XX, 2XX, 4XX,
139 #                           subject.                         6XX, 7XX, 8XX
140 #
141 #            Note: When the Use attribute is Author-name-and-title (1000)
142 #            the term contains both an author name and a title.  When the
143 #            Use attribute is Author-Title-Subject (1036), the term
144 #            contains an author name or a title or a subject.
145 #Author-Title-Subject 1=1036
146
147 #Body of text         1010  Used in full-text searching to
148 #                           indicate that the term is to
149 #                           be searched only in that
150 #                           portion of the record that the
151 #                           target considers the body of
152 #                           the text, as opposed to some
153 #                           other discriminated part such
154 #                           as a headline, title, or
155 #                           abstract.
156 #Body-of-text 1=1010
157
158 #Classification-Bliss   15  A classification number from
159 #                           the Bliss Classification,
160 #                           developed by Henry Evelyn
161 #                           Bliss.
162 #Bliss-classification 1=15
163
164 #Classification-Dewey   13  A classification number from    082
165 #                           the Dewey Decimal
166 #                           Classification, developed by
167 #                           Melvyl Dewey.
168 #Dewey-classification 1=13
169
170 #Classification-        50  A classification number         086
171 #government-publication     assigned to a government
172 #                           document by a government
173 #                           agency at any level (e.g.,
174 #                           state, national,
175 #                           international).
176 #Number-govt-pub 1=50
177
178 #Classification-LC      16  A classification number from    050
179 #                           the US Library of Congress
180 #                           Classification.
181 #LC-call-number 1=16
182 #
183 #Classification-local   20  A local classification
184 #                           number from a system not
185 #                           specified elsewhere in this
186 #                           list of attributes.
187 Local-classification 4=1 1=20
188 lcn Local-classification
189 callnum Local-classification
190 #Local-classification cc callnum dewey
191 #
192 #Classification-NAL     18  A classification number from    070
193 #                           the US National Agriculture
194 #                           Library Classification.
195 #NAL-call-number 1=18
196 #
197 #Classification-NLM     17  A classification number from    060
198 #                           the US National Library of
199 #                           Medicine Classification.
200 #NLM-call-number 1=17
201 #
202 #Classification-MOS     19  A classification number from
203 #                           Mathematics Subject
204 #                           Classification, compiled
205 #                           in the Editorial Offices of
206 #                           Mathematical Reviews and
207 #                           Zentralblatt fur Mathematik.
208 #MOS-call-number 1=19
209 #
210 #Classification-UDC     14  A classification number from    080
211 #                           Universal Decimal
212 #                           Classification, a system based
213 #                           on the Dewey Decimal
214 #                           Classification.
215 #UDC-classification 1=14
216 #
217 #Code-bib-level       1021  A one-character alphabetic       Leader/07
218 #                           code indicating the
219 #                           bibliographic level such as
220 #                           monograph, serial or collection
221 #                           of the record.
222 #Bib-level 1=1021
223 #
224 #Code-geographic-area   55  A code that indicates the       043
225 #                           geographic area(s) that appear
226 #                           or are implied in the headings
227 #                           assigned to the item during
228 #                           cataloging.
229 #Code-geographic 1=55
230 #
231 #Code-geographic-     1022  A code that represents the      052
232 #class                      geographic area and if
233 #                           applicable the geographic
234 #                           subarea covered by an item.
235 #                           The codes are derived from
236 #                           the LC Classification-Class G
237 #                           and the expanded Cutter number
238 #                           list.
239 #Geographic-class 1=1022
240 #
241 #Code-institution       56  An authoritative-agency         040, 852$a
242 #                           symbol for an institution
243 #                           that is the source of the
244 #                           record or the holding
245 #                           location.  The code space is
246 #                           defined by the target.
247 #Code-institution 1=56
248 #
249 #Code-language          54  A code that indicates the       008/35-37, 041
250 #                           language of the item.
251 #                           The codes are defined by the
252 #                           target.
253 language          1=54
254 ln language
255
256 #Code-map-scale       1024  Coded form of cartographic      034
257 #                           mathematical data, including
258 #                           scale, projection and/or
259 #                           coordinates related to the
260 #                           item.
261 #Map-scale 1=1024
262
263 #Code-microform-        61  The code specifying the         007/11
264 #generation                 generation of a microform.
265 #Microform-generation 1=61
266 #material-designation Microform-generation
267
268 #Code-record-type     1001  A code that specifies the       Leader/06
269 #                           characteristics and defines
270 #                           the components of the record.
271 #                           The codes are target-specific.
272 Record-type 1=1001
273 rtype Record-type
274 mc-rtype Record-type
275 mus 1=1001
276
277 #Concept-reference    1015  Used within Z39.50-1988;
278 #                           included here for historical
279 #                           reasons but its use is
280 #                           deprecated.
281 #Concept-reference 1=1015
282
283 #Concept-text         1014  Used within Z39.50-1988;
284 #                           included here for historical
285 #                           reasons but its use is
286 #                           deprecated.
287 #Concept-text        1=1014
288
289 #Content-type         1034  The type of materials           derived value
290 #                           contained in the item or        from 008/24-27
291 #                           publication.  For example:
292 #                           review, catalog, encyclopedia,
293 #                           directory.
294 Content-type         1=1034 t=b
295 ctype Content-type
296
297 #Control number-BNB     10  Character string that uniquely  015
298 #                           identifies a record in the
299 #                           British National Bibliography.
300 #BNB-card-number 1=10
301
302 #Control number-BNF     11  Character string that uniquely  015
303 #                           identifies a record in the
304 #                           Bibliotheque Nationale Francais.
305 #BGF-number 1=11
306
307 #Control number-DB      52  Character string that uniquely  015
308 #                           identifies a record in the
309 #                           Deutsche Bibliothek.
310 #Number-db 1=52
311
312 #Control number-LC       9  Character string that uniquely  010, 011
313 #                           identifies a record in the
314 #                           Library of Congress database.
315 #LC-card-number 1=9
316 #lc-card LC-card-number
317
318 #Control number-local   12  Character string that uniquely  001, 035
319 #                           identifies a record in a local
320 #                           system (i.e., any system that
321 #                           is not one of the four listed
322 #                           above).
323 Local-number 1=12
324
325 #Date                   30  The point of time at which      005, 008/00-05,
326 #                           a transaction or event          008/07-10, 260$c,
327 #                           takes place.                    008/11-14, 033,etc.
328 Date 1=30 4=109 r=r
329 #yr Date
330
331 #Date-publication       31  The date (usually year) in      008/07-10, 260$c
332 #                           which a document is published.  046, 533$d
333 Date-of-publication 1=31 4=109 r=r
334 #dp Date-of-publication
335 yr Date-of-publication
336
337 #Date-acquisition       32  The date when a document was    541$d
338 #                           acquired.
339 Date-of-acquisition 1=32
340 acqdate Date-of-acquisition
341 #da Date-of-acquisition
342
343 #Date/time added to   1011  The date and time that a        008/00-05
344 #database                   record was added to the
345 #                           database.
346 #Date-time-added-to-db 1=1011
347
348 #Date/time last       1012  The date and time a record      005
349 #modified                   was last updated.
350 #Date-time-last-modified       1=1012
351
352 #Identifier--         1013  Used in full-text searching
353 #authority/format           to indicate to the target
354 #                           system the format of the
355 #                           document that should be
356 #                           returned to the originating
357 #                           system.  The attribute carries
358 #                           not only the format code, but
359 #                           also the authority (e.g.,
360 #                           system) that assigned that
361 #                           code.
362 #Authority/format-id 1=1013
363
364 #Identifier-CODEN       60  A six-character, unique,        030
365 #                           alphanumeric code assigned
366 #                           to serial and monographic
367 #                           publications by the CODEN
368 #                           section of the Chemical
369 #                           Abstracts Service.
370 #CODEN 1=60
371
372 #Identifier-document  1032  An identifier or Doc-ID,  
373 #                           assigned by a server, that 
374 #                           uniquely identifies a document 
375 #                           on that server. May or may 
376 #                           not be persistent. May be, 
377 #                           for example, a URL.
378 #            Note: this definition was modified October 1997.
379 #Doc-id 1=1032
380
381 #Identifier-ISBN         7  International Standard Book     020
382 #                           Number -- internationally
383 #                           agreed upon number that
384 #                           identifies a book uniquely.
385 #                           Cf. ANSI/NISO Z39.21 and
386 #                           ISO 2108.
387 ISBN         1=7
388 nb ISBN
389
390 #Identifier-ISSN         8  International Standard Serial   022, 4XX$x,
391 #                           Number -- internationally       7XX$x
392 #                           agreed upon number that
393 #                           identifies a serial uniquely.
394 #                           Cf. ANSI/NISO z39.9 and
395 #                           ISO 3297.
396 ISSN         1=8
397 ns ISSN
398
399 #Identifier-legal-      49  The copyright registration      017
400 #deposit                    number that is assigned to
401 #                           an item when the item is
402 #                           deposited for copyright.
403 #Number-legal-deposit 1=49
404
405 #Identifier-local-call  53  Call number (e.g., shelf location)
406 #                           assigned by a local system
407 #                           (not a classification number).
408 #Number-local-call 1=53
409
410 #Identifier-national-   48  Character string that uniquely  015
411 #bibliography               identifies a record in a
412 #                           national bibliography.
413 #Number-natl-biblio 1=48
414
415 #Identifier-publisher-  51  A formatted number assigned     028
416 #for-music                  by a publisher to a sound
417 #                           recording or to printed music.
418 #Number-music-publisher 1=51
419
420 #Identifier-report    1027  A report number assigned to     027, 088
421 #                           the item. This number could be
422 #                           the STRN (Standard Technical
423 #                           Report Number) or another
424 #                           report number.
425 #                           Cf. ANSI/NISO Z39.23 and
426 #                           ISO 10444.
427 #Report-number 1=1027
428
429 #Identifier-standard  1007  Standard numbers such as ISBN,  010, 011, 015, 017,
430 #                           ISSN, music publishers          018, 020, 022, 023,
431 #                           numbers, CODEN, etc., that      024, 025, 027, 028,
432 #                           are indexed together in many    030, 035, 037
433 #                           online public-access catalogs.
434 #Identifier-standard  1=1007 4=6
435 Local-number  1=12
436 #sn Identifier-standard
437 sn Local-number
438 #
439 #Identifier-stock     1028  A stock number that could be    037
440 #                           used for ordering the item.
441 Stock-number 1=1028
442 bc Stock-number
443
444 #Identifier-thematic  1030  The numeric designation for a   $n in the following:
445 #                           part/section of a work such as  130, 240, 243, 630,
446 #                           the serial, opus or thematic    700, 730
447 #                           index number.
448 #Thematic-number 1=1030
449
450 #Indexed-by           1023  For serials, a publication      510
451 #                           in which the serial has been
452 #                           indexed and/or abstracted.
453 #Indexed-by          1=1023
454
455 #Material-type        1031  A free-form string, more        derived value from
456 #                           specific than the one-letter    Leader/06-07, 007,
457 #                           code in Leader/06, that         008, and 502
458 #                           describes the material type
459 #                           of the item, e.g., cassette,
460 #                           kit, computer database,
461 #                           computer file.
462 Material-type   1=1031
463 #itemtype Material-type
464 #collection Material-type
465 collection-code Material-type
466 mt Material-type
467 mc-collection Material-type
468 #dt-lh Material-type
469
470 #Music-key            1025  A statement of the key in       $r in the following:
471 #                           which the music is written.     130, 240, 243, 630,
472 #                                                           700, 730
473 #Music-key            1=1025
474
475 #Name                 1002  The name of a person, corporate 100, 110, 111, 400,
476 #                           body, conference, or meeting.   410, 411, 600, 610,
477 #                           (Subject name headings are      611, 700, 710, 711,
478 #                           included.)                      800, 810, 811
479 #Name                 1=1002
480
481 #Name-and-title         57  The name of a person, corporate 100/2XX, 110/2XX,
482 #                           body, conference, or meeting,   111/2XX, subfields
483 #                           and the title of an item.       $a & $t in
484 #                           (Subject name headings are      following: 400,410,
485 #                           included.)  The syntax of the   411, 600, 610, 611,
486 #                           name-title combination is up    700, 710, 711, 800,
487 #                           to the target, unless used      810, 811
488 #                           with the Structure attribute
489 #                           Key (see below).
490 #Name-and-title         1=57
491
492 #Name-corporate          2  An organization or a group      110, 410, 610, 710,
493 #                           of persons that is identified   810
494 #                           by a particular name. (Subject
495 #                           name headings are included.)
496 #Corporate-name 1=2
497 #cpn Corporate-name
498
499 #Name-conference         3  A meeting of individuals or     111, 411, 611, 711
500 #                           representatives of various      811
501 #                           bodies for the purpose of
502 #                           discussing topics of common
503 #                           interest.  (Subject name
504 #                           headings are included.)
505 #Conference-name 1=3
506 #cfn Conference-name
507
508 #Name-editor          1020  A person who prepared for       100 $a or 700 $a when
509 #                           publication an item that is     the corresponding $e
510 #                           not his or her own.             contains value 'ed.'
511 #Editor 1=1020
512
513 #Name-geographic        58  Name of a country,              651
514 #                           jurisdiction, region, or
515 #                           geographic feature.
516 #Name-geographic        1=58
517
518 #Name-geographic-place- 59  City or town where an item      008/15-17, 260$a
519 #publication                was published.
520
521 #Name-personal           1  A person's real name,           100, 400, 600, 700,
522 #                           pseudonym, title of nobility    800
523 #                           nickname, or initials.
524 #Personal-name 1=1
525 #pn Personal-name
526
527 #Name-publisher       1018  The organization responsible    260$b
528 #                           for the publication of the
529 #                           item.
530 Publisher 1=1018
531 pb Publisher
532
533 #Note                   63  A concise statement in which    5XX
534 #                           such information as extended
535 #                           physical description,
536 #                           relationship to other works,
537 #                           or contents may be recorded.
538 Note                   1=63
539 nt Note
540
541 #Record-source        1019  The USMARC code or name of the  008/39, 040
542 #                           organization(s) that created
543 #                           the original record, assigned
544 #                           the USMARC content designation
545 #                           and transcribed the record into
546 #                           machine-readable form, or
547 #                           modified the existing USMARC
548 #                           record; the cataloging source.
549 #Record-source        1=1019
550
551 #Server-choice        1017  The target substitutes one or
552 #                           more access points.  The origin
553 #                           leaves the choice to the target.
554 #
555 #
556 #       Notes on relationship of Any and Server-choice:
557 #        (1) When the origin uses 'Server-choice' it is asking the target
558 #            to select one or more access points, and to use its best
559 #            judgment in making that selection.  When 'Any' is used,
560 #            there is no selection process involved; the target is to
561 #            apply all of the (appropriate) supported Use attributes.
562 #            The origin is asking the target to make a choice of access
563 #            points.
564 #        (2) The target might support 'Any' and not 'Server-choice', or
565 #            vice versa, or both.  If the target supports both, when the
566 #            origin uses 'Server-choice', the target might choose 'Any';
567 #            however, it might choose any other Use attribute.
568 #Server-choice        1=1017
569
570 #Subject                21  The primary topic on which a    600, 610, 611, 630,
571 #                           work is focused.                650, 651, 653, 654,
572 #                                                           655, 656, 657, 69X
573 Subject                1=21
574 su Subject
575 su-to Subject
576 su-geo Subject
577 su-ut Subject
578 #Subject-BDI            23  Subject headings from
579 #                           Bibliotek Dokumentasjon
580 #                           Informasjon -- a controlled
581 #                           subject vocabulary used and
582 #                           maintained by the five Nordic
583 #                           countries (Denmark, Finland,
584 #                           Iceland, Norway, and Sweden).
585 #BDI-index-subject 1=23
586
587 #Subject-INSPEC         24  Subject headings from           600i2, 610i2,
588 #                           Information Services for the    611i2, 630i2,
589 #                           Physics and Engineering         650i2, 651i2
590 #                           Communities -- the Information
591 #                           Services Division of the
592 #                           Institution of Electrical
593 #                           Engineers.
594 #INSPEC-subject 1=24
595
596 #Subject-LC             27  Subject headings from           600i0, 610i0,
597 #                           US Library of Congress          611i0, 630i0,
598 #                           Subject Headings.               650i0, 651i0
599 #LC-subject-heading 1=27
600
601 #Subject-LC-          1008  Subject headings, for use       600i1, 610i1,
602 #children's                 with children's literature,     611i1, 630i1,
603 #                           that conform to the             650i1, 651i1
604 #                           formulation guidelines in
605 #                           the "AC Subject Headings"
606 #                           section of the Library of
607 #                           Congress Subject Headings.
608 #Subject-LC-childrens 1=1008
609
610 #Subject-local          29  Subjects headings defined
611 #                           locally.
612 #Local-subject-index 1=29
613
614 #Subject-MESH           25  Subject headings from           600i2, 610i2,
615 #                           Medical Subject Headings --     611i2, 630i2,
616 #                           maintained by the US National   650i2, 651i2
617 #                           Library of Medicine.
618 #MESH-subject 1=25
619
620 #Subject-name-        1009  A person's real name,           600
621 #personal                   pseudonym, title of nobility
622 #                           nickname, or initials that
623 #                           appears in a subject heading.
624 Subject-name-personal 1=1009
625 su-na 1=1009
626 #Subject-name-personal
627 #Subject-PA             26  Subject headings from           600i2, 610i2,
628 #                           Thesaurus of Psychological      611i2, 630i2,
629 #                           Index Terms -- maintained       650i2, 651i2
630 #                           by the Retrieval Services Unit
631 #                           of the American Psychological
632 #                           Association.
633 #PA-subject 1=26
634
635 #Subject-PRECIS         45  Subject headings from
636 #                           PREserved Context Index
637 #                           System -- a string of indexing
638 #                           terms set down in a prescribed
639 #                           order, each term being preceded
640 #                           by a manipulation code which
641 #                           governs the production of
642 #                           pre-coordinated subject index
643 #                           entries under selected terms --
644 #                           maintained by the British
645 #                           Library.
646 #Subject-precis 1=45
647
648 #Subject-RAMEAU         22  Subject headings from
649 #                           Repertoire d'authorite de
650 #                           matieres encyclopedique
651 #                           unifie -- maintained by the
652 #                           Bibliotheque Nationale
653 #                           (France).
654 #Subject-Rameau 1=22
655
656 #Subject-RSWK           46  Subject headings from
657 #                           Regeln fur den
658 #                           Schlagwortkatalog --
659 #                           maintained by the Deutsches
660 #                           Bibliotheksinstitut.
661 #Subject-rswk 1=46
662
663 #Subject-RVM            28  Subject headings from           600i6, 610i6,
664 #                           Repertoire des vedettes-        611i6, 630i6,
665 #                           matiere -- maintained by the    650i6, 651i6
666 #                           Bibliotheque de l'Universite
667 #                           de Laval.
668 #RVM-subject-heading 1=28
669
670 #Subject-subdivision    47  An extension to a subject       6XX$x, 6XX$y,
671 #                           heading indicating the form,    6XX$z
672 #                           place, period of time treated,
673 #                           or aspect of the subject
674 #                           treated.
675 #Subject-subdivision 1=47
676
677 #Title                   4  A word, phrase, character,      130, 21X-24X, 440,
678 #                           or group of characters,         490, 730, 740, 830,
679 #                           normally appearing in an item,  840, subfield $t
680 #                           that names the item or the      in the following:
681 #                           work contained in it.           400, 410, 410, 600,
682 #                                                           610, 611, 700, 710,
683 #                                                           711, 800, 810, 811
684 Title 1=4
685 #5=1 1=4 s=pw
686 #1=4
687 ti Title
688
689 #Title-abbreviated      43  Shortened form of the title;    210, 211 (obs.),
690 #                           either assigned by national     246
691 #                           centers under the auspices of
692 #                           the International Serials Data
693 #                           System, or a title (such as an
694 #                           acronym) that is popularly
695 #                           associated with the item.
696 #Title-abbreviated      1=43
697
698 #Title-added-title-page 37  A title on a title page         246i5
699 #                           preceding or following the
700 #                           title page chosen as the basis
701 #                           for the description of the
702 #                           item.  It may be more general
703 #                           (e.g., a series title page),
704 #                           or equally general (e.g., a
705 #                           title page in another
706 #                           language).
707 #Title-added-title-page 1=37
708
709 #Title-caption          38  A title given at the beginning  246i6
710 #                           of the first page of the text.
711 #Title-caption          1=38
712
713 #Title-collective       34  A title proper that is an       243
714 #                           inclusive title for an item
715 #                           containing several works.
716 #Title-collective       1=34
717
718 #Title-cover            36  The title printed on the        246i4
719 #                           cover of an item as issued. 
720 Title-cover            1=36
721
722 #Title-expanded         44  An expanded (or augmented)      214 (obs.), 246
723 #                           title has been enlarged with
724 #                           descriptive words by the
725 #                           cataloger to provide
726 #                           additional indexing and
727 #                           searching capabilities.
728 #Title-expanded         1=44
729
730 #Title-former           42  A former title or title         247, 780
731 #                           variation when one
732 #                           bibliographic record
733 #                           represents all issues of
734 #                           a serial that has changed
735 #                           title.
736 #Title-former           1=42
737
738 #Title-host-item      1033  The title of the item            773$t
739 #                           containing the part
740 #                           described in the record, for
741 #                           example, a journal title
742 #                           when the record describes an
743 #                           article in the journal.
744 Host-item      1=1033
745
746 #Title-key              33  The unique name assigned to     222
747 #                           a serial by the International
748 #                           Serials Data System (ISDS).
749 #Title-key              1=33
750
751 #Title-other-variant    41  A variation from the title      212 (obs.), 246i3,
752 #                           page title appearing elsewhere  247, 740
753 #                           in the item (e.g., a variant
754 #                           cover title, caption title,
755 #                           running title, or title from
756 #                           another volume) or in another
757 #                           issue.
758 #Title-other-variant    1=41
759
760 #Title-parallel         35  The title proper in another     246i1
761 #                           language and/or script.
762 #Title-parallel         1=35
763
764 #Title-related-       1026  Serial titles related to this   247, 780, 785
765 #periodical                 item, either the immediate
766 #                           predecessor or the immediate
767 #                           successor.
768 #Related-periodical 1=1026
769 #Title-running          39  A title, or abbreviated title,  246i7
770 #                           that is repeated at the head
771 #                           or foot of each page or leaf.
772 #Title-running          1=39
773
774 #Title-series            5  Collective title applying to    440, 490, 830, 840,
775 #                           a group of separate, but        subfield $t in the
776 #                           related, items.                 following: 400,410,
777 #                                                           411, 800, 810, 811
778 Title-series            1=5
779 #series Title-series
780 se Title-series
781
782 #Title-spine            40  A title appearing on the        246i8
783 #                           spine of an item.
784 #Title-spine            1=40
785
786 #Title-uniform           6  The particular title by which   130, 240, 730,
787 #                           a work is to be identified      subfield $t in the
788 #                           for cataloging purposes.        following: 700,710,
789 #                                                           711
790 Title-uniform           1=6
791 ut Title-uniform
792 #Authority-number           Koha-Auth-Number  The Number   
793 #                           for an authority to be searched subfield $9 in the
794 #                           for cataloging purposes.        following: 700,701,702,710,
795 #                                                           711,712 and some 6XX fields (Unimarc)
796 Authority-number           1=8910
797 an Authority-Number
798 Koha-Auth-Number Authority-Number
799
800 #Authority/format-id        authtypecode  The Code 
801 #                           associated to an authority type
802 #                                                            152$b in authority records
803 Authority/format-id           1=Authority/format-id
804 at Authority/format-id
805
806 #Heading-Entity             Information for Heading in an 
807 #                           authority record 
808 #                                                             usually 2.. fields
809 Heading-Entity           1=Heading-Entity
810 he Heading-Entity
811
812
813 ### 2. BIB1 RELATION ATTRIBUTES
814 lt 2=1
815 le 2=2
816 eq 2=3
817 ge 2=4
818 ne 2=5
819 phonetic 2=6
820 stem 2=100
821 relevance 2=102
822 rk 2=102
823 rank relevance
824
825 AlwaysMatches 2=103
826 Within 2=104
827
828 ### 3. BIB1 POSITION ATTRIBUTES
829 first-in-field 3=1
830
831 # we have to fake startswith until zebra supports it
832 # starts with if we want no truncation ... need to ad 'term #'
833 # finds 'starts with it' but not italian
834 # see http://lists.indexdata.dk/pipermail/yazlist/2006-July/001664.html
835 startswithnt 3=1 5=101 6=3
836
837 # starts with with truncation
838 first-in-subfield 3=2
839 any-position-in-field 3=3
840
841 ### 4. BIB1 STRUCTURE ATTRIBUTES
842 st-phrase 4=1
843 phr st-phrase
844 st-word         4=2
845 st-key  4=3
846 st-year         4=4
847 st-date-normalized      4=5
848 st-word-list    4=6
849 wrdl 4=6
850
851 # there was a reason I didn't want to use this but it's
852 # escaped me -- JF
853 wrd 4=6
854
855 #st-word
856 st-date-un-normalized   4=100
857 st-name-normalized      4=101
858 st-name-un-normalized   4=102
859 st-structure    4=103
860 st-urx  4=104
861 st-free-form-text       4=105
862 st-document-text        4=106
863 st-local        number 4=107
864 st-string       4=108
865 st-numeric      4=109
866 #string 109
867
868 ### 5. BIB1 TRUNCATION ATTRIBUTES
869 right-Truncation 5=1
870 rt right-Truncation
871 left-Truncation         5=2
872 left-and-right  5=3
873 do-not-truncate         5=100
874 process-in-search-term  5=101
875 regExpr-1       5=102
876 fuzzy 5=103
877 regExpr-2       5=103
878 Z39-58  5=104
879
880 ### 6. BIB1 STRUCTURE ATTRIBUTES
881 incomplete-subfield     6=1
882 complete-subfield       6=2
883 complete-field  6=3
884
885 ### COMBINATIONS OF THE ABOVE
886 ext 4=1 6=3
887
888 ## ATTRIBUTES NOT IN BIB1 OR ELSE ONES I DON"T KNOW WHERE IN BIB1 THEY BELONG
889 #Language
890 #ln 1=8805
891 #language 1=8805
892
893 #Musical Composition
894 #mc
895
896 # Publisher Location
897
898 Place-publication 1=59
899 pl Place-publication
900 #pl 1=59
901
902 # Extent
903 Extent 1=8001
904
905 #Summary                        1=8002
906 #att 8900            
907 #Call-Number 1=8900
908 #date-entered-on-file 1=8800
909 #date1 1=8801
910 #date2 1=8802
911 #language 8805
912 ff8-22 1=8822
913 ff8-23 1=8823
914 ff8-34 1=8834
915
916 #att 8700            ff7-00
917 #att 8701            ff7-01
918 #att 8702            ff7-02
919 #att 9520            withdrawn
920 #att 9521            lost
921 lost 1=9521 4=109
922 #att 9522            onloan
923
924 ############## SUBJECT-RELATED
925 # Topical Term
926 #tt
927 # Descriptor
928 #de
929 # Genre/Form
930 #ge
931 # Geographic Coverage
932 #gc
933
934 ## Additional Author distinctions needed for field weighting
935 # lastname,firstname entry in $100$a
936 Author-personal-bibliography 1=8900
937 aub Author-personal-bibliography
938 # Author-in-order - firstname lastname in 245$c statement of responsibility
939 Author-in-order 1=8901
940 auo Author-in-order
941
942 ### LIMITS
943 # AUDIENCE
944 audience 1=8822
945 aud audience
946
947 # CONTENT and Literary form
948 fiction 1=8833
949 fic fiction
950 #mystery 1=
951 biography 1=8834
952 bio biography
953
954 # FORMAT
955 format 1=8823
956
957 # format limit
958 l-format 1=8703
959
960 #fmt format
961
962 # BRANCH (of local library)
963 branch 1=1033
964
965 Illustration-code 1=Illustration-code 
966 # Item Type
967
968 # Year limit
969 #yr 1=8801 4=109 r=r
970
971 ## STATUSES
972 onloan 1=9522
973 datedue 1=9522
974
975 popularity 1=9523
976
977 # Material Category
978 mc 1=8700
979 ## TYPE LIMITS
980 dt-bks 1=8700
981 dt-vis 1=8700
982 dt-sr 1=8700
983 dt-cf 1=8700
984 dt-map 1=8700
985
986 # Rank Weights
987 r1 9=32
988 r2 9=28
989 r3 9=26
990 r4 9=10
991 r5 9=22
992 r6 9=20
993 r7 9=18
994 r8 9=16
995 r9 9=14
996
997 # Sorting
998 title-sort-za 7=2 1=36
999 title-sort-az 7=1 1=36
1000 # CCL DIRECTIVES
1001 # Truncation characters (it seems to take multiple arguments)
1002 @truncation ? *
1003 # field specifies how multiple fields are to be combined.
1004 # There are two modes: or: multiple qualifier fields are
1005 # ORed, merge: attributes for the qualifier fields are
1006 # merged and assigned to one term.
1007 @field merge
1008 # case specificies if CCL operatores and qualifiers
1009 # should be compared with case sensitivity or not.
1010 # Specify 0 for case sensitive; 1 for case insensitive.
1011 @case 0
1012 # Tokens for CCL operators (it seems you can assign multiple tokens per operator which is nice)
1013 @and and +
1014 @or or |
1015 # make sure - doesn't conflict with another usage of this token
1016 @not not
1017 @set set
1018 # Not sure if you can specify tokens for prox operators, but here are the defaults
1019 # proximity of a, b - distance n - any order:
1020 # a %n b
1021 # proximity of a, b - distance n - in order:
1022 # a !n b
1023 # Integer n may be omitted - in which case distance is 1.
1024
1025 # Rules for a few GILS fields
1026 #north  gils-attset,u=2040 r=o
1027 #south  gils-attset,u=2041 r=o
1028 #east  gils-attset,u=2038 r=o
1029 #west  gils-attest,u=2039 r=o
1030 #distributor gils-attset,u=2000 s=pw
1031 #distributorname gils-attset,u=2001 s=pw
1032
1033 # Explain fields
1034 ExplainCategory      exp1,1=1
1035 HumanStringLanguage  exp1,1=2
1036 DatabaseName         exp1,1=3
1037 TargetName           exp1,1=4
1038 AttributeSetOID      exp1,1=5
1039 RecordSyntaxOID      exp1,1=6
1040 TagSetOID            exp1,1=7
1041 ExtededServiceOID    exp1,1=8
1042 DateAdded            exp1,1=9
1043 DateChanged          exp1,1=10
1044 DateExpires          exp1,1=11
1045 ElementSetName       exp1,1=12