Set the text before for <unitloc> to the following: \att(containertype)
This will display the value of the the CONTAINERTYPE attribute.
At 01:44 PM 11/12/1997 -0500, you wrote:
>We have run into some problems with viewing our attributes in
>PanoramaPro. We marked up our finding aids according to the
>Retrospective Conversion Guidelines. Our container lists are either
>"in-depth" or "combined." Our container list follow this
><c01 level = "series">
><unittitle> <unitdate> <did>
><c02> <did> <unitloc loctype="container"
><unitloc loctype="container" containertype="folder"</unitloc>
>We are using the EAD stylesheet in PanoramaPro. The attributes for
>both box and folder appear as Container No. When we attempt to edit
>these attributes by using the qualifying language we are unable to
>get Panorama to read "box" and "folder" respectively. If we edit the
>text to read box, it will read box for both instances. Does anyone
>have any suggestions as to how we can specify the text for the
>attributes of "Box" and "Folder" in the <unitloc>? We would
>appreciate any and all suggestions.
>New York University Archives.
Daniel V. Pitti Project Director
Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities
Alderman Library University of Virginia Charlottesville, Virginia 22903
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