--- "Smith,Gary" <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> Rajesh Chandrakar wrote:
> > 1) As we every one that MARC21 structure is based
> > the ISO2709 structure. When we create the ISO
> > structure of the MARC record, how it creates the
> > file of records either carriage return after one
> > record and as line as records created for ISO fiel
> > without carriage return creates one ISO file for
> > the records. As I have seen carriage return after
> > record in "Understanding of Bibliographic Format
> > MARC21". It would be better for me to any one
> > confirmed me with the actual practice in to
> If I understand your question correctly, the answer
> is that files of MARC21
> records are created without carriage returns. There
> should be no character
> intervening between the record terminator of one
> record and the first
> character of the leader of the following record.
thank you very much for the answer. You currectly
understood my question.
will that be any problem during the importing of
records in any system, if ISO file has interverning
between the record terminator and first character of
leader of the following record?
One more question, what characters are being used as a
record and field terminators in MARC21 and how it is
> I don't recognize the document you refer to.
but the document which I mentioned above is written by
Library of Congress itself. Will you pleaes let me
know which one is the recognised document for it.
with kind regards,
> Gary L. Smith
> Software Architect
> Database Services Department
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