On Fri, 14 Jan 2005, Ray Denenberg, Library of Congress wrote:
>> But the GILS definition is clearly a subset of the DC one, so a search
>> for resource with name X (dc.title) in a GILS database will find all
>> the information resources that would have been found by a search for
>> information resources with name X (gils.title). So dc.title seems
>> eminently suitable for this.
> What if you want information resources and you're searching a non-gils (not
> exclusively gils) database?
Then every context set needs to have every index redefined.
What if you're searching a database of collectible cards and of books, and
you want to limit the search to collectible cards.
Well, the answer is in the question. You limit your search to collectible
cards. How do you limit searches in CQL? You add a new searchclause:
dc.title = "curses foiled again" and dc.format = "ccg"
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