I have not had a reply to this question about the requirements
for cuttering (book numbers/item numbers). Is this something
the PCC Standards Committee can address?
Ralph Papakhian said
> The various documents indentifying the standards for Core records by format
> are, of course, extremely useful.
> Are there similar documents that indentify the standards for FULL pcc
> I am particularly interested in the standards for 050 fields.
> Do FULL pcc records require full cuttering? or is the inclusion of
> a classification number sufficient? This comes up in music materials
> frequently, since LC guidelines for music scores include several
> class numbers that are not fully cuttered at LC, and for recordings,
> since LC no longer classes its sound recordings. But my question
> applies to books as well. Does a FULL pcc record for a book format
> item require an 050 field with full cuttering, or is a class number
> sufficient? I think the same question may apply to Core record
> standards as well, for those formats where a classification is
> required. It's not clear in those cases that full cuttering is
> also required.
> In looking at the PCC homepage I have not been able to discover
> detailed standards for FULL pcc records (as opposed to CORE records).
> And I would suppose these would differ by format as well.
> For now, a detailed explanation of the requirements for the 050
> field by format would be most helpful--for both FULL and CORE
> --ralph p.
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