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Where would you put the date in this? In both instances of <originInfo>?

Thanks,
Cat

On 3/30/2012 2:31 PM, Ray Denenberg, Library of Congress wrote:
> From: Lian Wintermans
> 
> ....
> 
>  > I would like to preserve the place-publisher pairs in the MODS 
> output. How can
> 
>  > this be done? I do not like to rely on the order of the <place> and 
> <publisher>
> 
>  > elements, since that is not the way to couple related elements in XML.
> 
> Use separate instances of originInfo
> 
> Thus:
> 
> <mods:originInfo>
> 
> <mods:place>
> 
> <mods:placeTerm>Haarlem</mods:placeTerm>
> 
> </mods:place>
> 
> <mods:publisher>Nederlands B©¦belgenootschap</mods:publisher>
> 
> </mods:originInfo>
> 
> <mods:originInfo>
> 
> <mods:place>
> 
> <mods:placeTerm>Brussel</mods:placeTerm>
> 
> </mods:place>
> 
> <mods:publisher>Belgisch B©¦belgenootschap</mods:publisher>
> 
> </mods:originInfo>
> 
> That in fact is the reason why originInfo is defined to be repeatable.
> 
> --Ray
> 
> *From:*Metadata Object Description Schema List 
> [mailto:[log in to unmask]] *On Behalf Of *Lian Wintermans
> *Sent:* Friday, March 30, 2012 12:04 PM
> *To:* [log in to unmask]
> *Subject:* [MODS] MARC to MODS mapping: originInfo
> 
> Dear all,
> 
> I have some questions regarding the MARC to MODS mapping for the 
> <originInfo> element.
> 
> According to the MARC-MODS mapping and the MODS Guidelines each 260$a 
> goes into separate <place><placeTerm> elements, and each 260$b goes into 
> separate <publisher> elements. But what should one do when the MARC 
> record has multiple place-publisher pairs? E.g.
> 
> <datafieldtag="260"ind1=" "ind2=" ">
> 
> <subfieldcode="a">Haarlem :</subfield>
> 
> <subfieldcode="b">Nederlands B©¦belgenootschap ;</subfield>
> 
> <subfieldcode="a">Brussel :</subfield>
> 
> <subfieldcode="b">Belgisch B©¦belgenootschap,</subfield>
> 
> <subfieldcode="c">cop. 1993.</subfield>
> 
> </datafield>
> 
> I assumed the corresponding MODS would be
> 
> <mods:originInfo>
> 
> <mods:place>
> 
> <mods:placeTerm>Haarlem</mods:placeTerm>
> 
> </mods:place>
> 
> <mods:publisher>Nederlands B©¦belgenootschap</mods:publisher>
> 
> <mods:place>
> 
> <mods:placeTerm>Brussel</mods:placeTerm>
> 
> </mods:place>
> 
> <mods:publisher>Belgisch B©¦belgenootschap</mods:publisher>
> 
> <mods:copyrightDate>1993</mods:copyrightDate>
> 
> [...]
> 
> </mods:originInfo>
> 
> But the MARCXML to MODS (version 3.4) stylesheet produced the following:
> 
> <originInfo>
> 
> <place>
> 
> <placeTermtype="code"authority="marccountry">ne</placeTerm>
> 
> </place>
> 
> <place>
> 
> <placeTermtype="text">Haarlem</placeTerm>
> 
> </place>
> 
> <place>
> 
> <placeTermtype="text">Brussel</placeTerm>
> 
> </place>
> 
> <publisher>Nederlands B©¦belgenootschap</publisher>
> 
> <publisher>Belgisch B©¦belgenootschap</publisher>
> 
> <dateIssued>cop. 1993</dateIssued>
> 
> <dateIssuedencoding="marc">1993</dateIssued>
> 
> [...]
> 
> </originInfo>
> 
> I would like to preserve the place-publisher pairs in the MODS output. 
> How can this be done? I do not like to rely on the order of the <place> 
> and <publisher> elements, since that is not the way to couple related 
> elements in XML.
> 
> Besides this, I would like to ask about the mapping and transformation 
> of publisher statements that include square brackets for place and/or 
> publisher.
> 
> Should I include square brackets in the MODS output, or should I remove 
> them and use the ˇ°suppliedˇ± (yes) attribute? Anyway, the MARC to MODS 
> stylesheet seems to transform this incorrectly (removing the opening 
> square bracket, but retaining the end square bracket).
> 
> E.g. the following input:
> 
> <marc:datafieldtag="260"ind1=" "ind2=" ">
> 
> <marc:subfieldcode="a">[Schiedam] :</marc:subfield>
> 
> <marc:subfieldcode="b">MainPress ;</marc:subfield>
> 
> <marc:subfieldcode="a">[Den Haag] :</marc:subfield>
> 
> <marc:subfieldcode="b">Academic Service,</marc:subfield>
> 
> <marc:subfieldcode="c">cop. 2009.</marc:subfield>
> 
> </marc:datafield>
> 
> is transformed into:
> 
> <originInfo>
> 
> <place>
> 
> <placeTermtype="code"authority="marccountry">ne</placeTerm>
> 
> </place>
> 
> <place>
> 
> <placeTermtype="text">Schiedam]</placeTerm>
> 
> </place>
> 
> <place>
> 
> <placeTermtype="text">Den Haag]</placeTerm>
> 
> </place>
> 
> <publisher>MainPress</publisher>
> 
> <publisher>Academic Service</publisher>
> 
> <dateIssued>cop. 2009</dateIssued>
> 
> <dateIssuedencoding="marc">2009</dateIssued>
> 
> <issuance>monographic</issuance>
> 
> </originInfo>
> 
> I am really interested in your treatment of these <originInfo> elements. 
> I hope you can give me some practical advice to solve these problems, 
> both in the mapping and in the stylesheet.
> 
> With kind regards, Lian.
> 
> Lian Wintermans
> Metadata Specialist
> 
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