An interesting solution. While I'm not sure if it answers your
question, at least Panorama can construct a serarch based on the value
of an attribute. I assume other search engines are at least as
>From: Tim Hutchinson[SMTP:[log in to unmask]]
>Sent: Friday, October 03, 1997 12:09 PM
>To: Multiple recipients of list EAD
>Subject: <CONTROLACCESS>: provenance and subject access points
>Further to my postings of a few days ago, I am wondering what the
>possibilities are for creating indexes of subjects, names of
>creators, and subjects, at the same time keeping track of which
>names are subject access points and which names are provenance
>access points. One way that occurs to me is using ENCODINGANALOG, e.g.
> <CORPNAME ENCODINGANALOG="610"> subject
> <CORPNAME ENCODINGANALOG="710"> provenance
>My question, then, is: can ENCODINGANALOG (and indeed attributes in
>general) be used to create indexes? (e.g. of all provenance access points
>regardless of whether it's a persname, corpname or famname)?. Does one
>need a fancier search engine to perform such tasks?
>Thanks for any input on this.
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