EAD Tag Library for Version 1.0


EAD Elements: <eadid> EAD Identifier

Description:

A required subelement of <eadheader> that designates a unique code for a particular EAD finding aid document. Several approaches, outlined in the examples below, can be used to assign an identification number or name. Use the attributes for SOURCE, SYSTEMID, and TYPE to provide information about the naming scheme.

May contain:

#PCDATA

May occur within:

eadheader

Attributes:

ENCODINGANALOG#IMPLIED, CDATA
SOURCE#IMPLIED, CDATA
SYSTEMID#IMPLIED, CDATA
TYPE#IMPLIED, CDATA

Examples:

  1. SGML Open catalog, with a Formal Public Identifier:
    	<ead audience="external" relatedencoding="MARC">
    	<eadheader langencoding="ISO 639-2">
    	<eadid type="SGML catalog">PUBLIC "-//University of California,
    	San Diego::Mandeville Special Collections Library//TEXT(US::CU-S::MSS0125::
    	Mary Oppen Papers)//EN" "MSS0125.sgml"</eadid>
    		[other possible elements and text... ]
    		</eadheader>
    		[other possible elements and text... ]
    		</ead>

  2. Persistent Name for an Internet Resource:
    	<eadid systemid="DLC" source="DLC" encodinganalog=856$g>
    	urn:hdl:loc.mss/eadmss.ms997007</eadid>
    

  3. File Name for Local Access System:
    	<eadid>lincoln3.sgm</eadid>
    
    
    

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