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Whoops, so it is.  My mistake, it is indeed "M" not "Req."  Thanks!  

Still a question mark, though: while we have been setting @LEVEL for series and subseries, we have not been specifying it below that.  Are most institutions specifying a level for every c0x no matter what, down to the file and item level?  What are the pros/cons of not doing so?

Thanks --

Michele

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Michele Rothenberger
Syracuse University
Special Collections Research Center
Syracuse, NY
(315) 443-2697
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Michele Rothenberger wrote:
> I've started running some of our EAD finding aids through the EAD report card and I have a few questions that I thought I'd throw out for consideration.
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> 1.  The RC says that every c0# element must have the LEVEL attribute set.  It flags this as "Req" which means "Required by the DTD."  However, this does NOT seem to be required by the DTD, as witnessed by the fact that when I parse my document against the DTD it is not flagged as an error.  Thoughts on this?
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The level is required by the EAD Guidelines not the DTD. The report card 
  checks against the EAD guideline requirements.

Liz Shaw