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Hi,

If you are talking about EAD 2002 Schema, and if I am not making mistakes:

You should be able to do that, at least EAD allows it. Only one problem 
though, you can never have more than 1 <head> element in 1 <fileplan>. 
Your example contains 2 "<head>Fileplan</head>" in the main <fileplan> 
element.
(Also I think @listtype should be @type)

Best,
Yoann


On 11/03/16 10:49, Arian Rajh wrote:
> Dear all,
>
> I wonder is it possible to put in section <fileplan> information about
> different (versions of) fileplans (of the same records creator) that were
> altered over time?
> I'm working in health governmental institution and we have an IT tool for
> management of current and archival records. We have over 200.000 items
> registered in there and we would like to produce description of our fonds in
> EAD  - so that's the reason for asking this.
>
> I'm sending example:
>
> <fileplan>
>
> <head>Fileplan</head>
> <p>Fileplan approved at date #1</p>
> <fileplan>
> <head> 1. series</head>
> <list listtype="ordered" numeration="arabic">
> <item>1.1. subseries</item>
> <item>1.2. subseries</item> [. . .] </list>
> </fileplan>
> <fileplan>
> <head>2. series</head>
> <list listtype="ordered" numeration="arabic">
> <item>2.1. subseries</item>
> <item>2.2. subseries</item> [. . .] </list> </fileplan> [. . .]
>
> <head>Fileplan</head>
> <p>Fileplan approved at date #2</p> <fileplan>
> <head> 1. series</head>
> <list listtype="ordered" numeration="arabic">
> <item>1.1. subseries</item>
> <item>1.2. subseries</item> [. . .] </list>
> </fileplan>
> <fileplan>
> <head>2. series</head>
> <list listtype="ordered" numeration="arabic">
> <item>2.1. subseries</item>
> <item>2.2. subseries</item> [. . .] </list>
> </fileplan> [. . .]
>
> </fileplan>
>
> Thank you for your help in advance.
> Kind regards,
> Arian