RAD elements without ISAD(G) Equivalent are not imported/exported
|Assignee:||David Juhasz||% Done:|
|Target version:||Release 1.4.0|
|Google Code Legacy ID:||atom-2308||Tested version:|
Google user: jessica%...@gtempaccount.com
To reproduce this error:
1)Archival description fields not included in EAD Import/Export: Edition Area fields (2), Class of material specific details Area fields (5), Publisher's series Area fields (6), and Standard number Area (1).
2)Single fields not included in EAD Import/Export: Parallel titles, Statement of responsibility, Other title information, title notes - all drop downs and other notes - all drop downs.
In Title notes -> Source of title proper, is used often by archivists.
ICA-AtoM should support all RAD elements in EAD import/export. Most RAD notes do not have a dedicated EAD element, and require the form <odd type="xxx">
RAD/EAD crosswalk needs to be updated by CCAD to prescribe how RAD notes are mapped to EAD elements.
[g] Legacy categories: EAD
#1 Updated by Anonymous about 10 years ago
Develop a separate RAD EAD profile for import/export from RAD template
EAD recommends using the RELATEDENCODING attribute in the <eadheader> and <archdesc> tags to indicate the source descriptive standard; and the ENCODINGANALOG attribute in the various EAD tags to map those tags to elements in the standard named in RELATEDENCODING.
ICA-AtoM implements this by using ISAD as the RELATEDENCODING standard for <archdesc>, and uses the specific ISAD element numbers as the ENCODINGANALOG of the various tags in the <archdesc> section.
It would be preferable for ICA-AtoM to use RAD as the RELATEDENCODING standard and RAD rule numbers as the ENCODINGANALOG for EADs that were exported from the RAD template. This might also help ICA-AtoM manage the import / export of RAD elements that have no ISAD equivalents.
#4 Updated by Jessica Bushey over 9 years ago
Recent Export/Import testing of RAD-EAD shows support for:
Edition area fields
Class of material specific details area fields (Item level)
Publisher's seriese area fields
Standard number area (item level).
HOWEVER - the other comments attached to this issue are still valid - encodinganalog should refer to RAD rules.