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Re: MODS-FR (How to use MARC to MODS converter)

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Yves Pratter <[log in to unmask]>

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Metadata Object Description Schema List <[log in to unmask]>

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Fri, 13 Dec 2002 17:21:19 +0100

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>Am I missing something, or are there some bits that need to be filled in?
Yes, there are ;-)

>I have this vague recollection of encountering a step-by-step description
> of moving from MARC21 to MODS (or maybe something else?)
May be in the MARC4J tutorial :
http://marc4j.tigris.org/doc/index.html#commandline


>that would be helpful on the MODS page, and the
>same for UNIMARC on Yves' page.
I planed to write a tutorial in french, but i translated quickly the MODS
web page without taking time to write this HowTo.

Moreover, i worked on cleaning the ISO 5426 from/to Unicode conversion for
MARC4J.
This is done and it work fine.
I wrote ISO 6937 (FINMARC ?) conversion.
If somebody could tell me where to find some records ?

QUIC HOWTO :

Theorical procedure :
1. use a MARC (ISO 2709) to MARCXML converter.
2. convert the MARCXML file to MODS with an XSLT processor.
3. that's all.

Step 1 and 2 could be done by the same tool (this is the case of MARC4J).


Practical procedure for MARC4J :
1. install a Java RTE (Run Time Environment) is use SUN j2re1.4.1_01.
   install Java SDK if you need to change the sources and compile it
   with build.bat
2. set the JAVA_HOME environment variable to your java rte/sdk folder
   SET JAVA_HOME=C:\Program Files\Java\j2re1.4.1_01
   (done permanently with the properties menu (right click) of
   MyComputer (under WINDOWS 2000))
3. Copy ant.jar (i can't remember exactly) to %JAVA_HOME%\lib dir.
4. install MARC4J where you want (ie: C:\Program Files\MARC4J)
5. Create an xsl directory and copy your favorite stylesheets :
   I use :
     MARC21slim2MODS.xsl
     MARC21slimUtils.xsl
     (from http://www.loc.gov/standards/marcxml/xslt/ )

     UNIMARC2MODS.xsl
     relators.xml
     (from http://mods-fr.sourceforge.net/ )

6. convert ISO 2709 records to MODS :
   I use 2 batch file like this :

   UNIMARC record (read record.iso2709 (ANSEL   charset) and produce
record.xml and recordMODS.xml)
   MARC21 record  (read record.iso2709 (Iso5426 charset) and produce
record.xml and recordMODS.xml)

That's all.

Of course it's possible to find some similar tools.

If a wasn't clear, or i forgot some step (additional jar files needed by
MARC4J), tell me.

Yves

UNIMARC.BAT :
java  -cp
dist/lib/marc4j.jar -Dorg.marc4j.charconv=org.marc4j.util.Iso5426ToUnicode
org.marc4j.util.MarcXmlWriter -convert -out %1.xml %1.iso2709
java  -cp
dist/lib/marc4j.jar -Dorg.marc4j.charconv=org.marc4j.util.Iso5426ToUnicode
org.marc4j.util.MarcXmlWriter -xsl xsl\UNIMARC2MODS.xsl -convert -out
%1MODS.xml %1.iso2709

MARC21.BAT :
java  -cp
dist/lib/marc4j.jar -Dorg.marc4j.charconv=org.marc4j.util.AnselToUnicode
org.marc4j.util.MarcXmlWriter -xsl xsl\MARC21slim2mods.xsl -convert -out
%1MODS.xml %1.iso2709
java  -cp
dist/lib/marc4j.jar -Dorg.marc4j.charconv=org.marc4j.util.AnselToUnicode
org.marc4j.util.MarcXmlWriter -convert -out %1.xml %1.iso2709

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