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Hi Amy,

Would you be willing to share the snippet of code?  It might be helpful to take a look at it.

Cordially,
Kevin

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Kevin Ford
Network Development and MARC Standards Office
Library of Congress
Washington, DC



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Thank you, Rebecca! I look forward to hearing from you.

Best!
Amy

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We are exploring this-- our schema developer is out for a few days but we will get an answer to you soon.

Rebecca

Rebecca Squire Guenther
Network Development & MARC Standards Office
Library of Congress
Washington, DC 20540
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Subject: [PIG] Premis namespace

Greetings:

Just signed up for the list. First post. Need a little help.

We have implemented a metadata model for our research repository, consisting of datasets, that includes METS (wrapper), DC (description), MODS (personal name/owner information), and PREMIS (preservation) metadata.

Our programmer is coding in PHP and is using the libxml2 library to handle the xml construct for our metadata. I recently went through the process of metadata validation and well-formed checking. We are good in that regard. However, my programmer just informed me that the libxml2 library blows up when it encounters the info:lc/xmlns/premis-v2 namespace because it is relative instead of absolute. Problem is, if I change the namespace URI, our metadata is no longer valid.

Has anyone encountered this issue? What did you do as a workaround?

Thanks for any guidance on the this issue.

Best!
Amy

Amy J. Hatfield, MLS
Assistant Professor of Library Science, Metadata Specialist
Purdue University Libraries, Digital Programs
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