We've had no problem integrating Ebind with our
own EAD based systems. We have a freely available
cgi script that reads ebind and generates html
on the fly. For an example see:

and click on the link at the bottom of the page
to see the digitized version of the Patrick Breen
diary. This is the only publically available
finding aid with this functionality but many more
are on the way including ebind links within the
container list at the item level.

Alvin Pollock
Electronic Text Unit
UC Berkeley Library
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At 01:30 PM 12/9/97 -0500, Elizabeth H. Dow wrote:
>  After Brad Cole's response yesterday, I took a look at the Ebind page
>and think it might work well for a project we just got funding for.  Ebind
>can assure the presentation of information in the sequence written which,
>in the case of some of our four-pages-on-folded-paper 19th century
>letters, may not be the sequence of the physical presentation. [Physical
>pages 1,2,3,4 must be read as 1,3,2,4] I know Ebind's not the only way to
>do that, but it definititly looks worth learning more about.
>  My question:  If we mark up the inventory to the folder level in EAD,
>what if any technical problems might we run into if we then mark up the
>folder content in Ebind? Can sgml-aware browser software handle two DTDs
>like that?
>Elizabeth H. Dow, Ph.D.   [log in to unmask]
>Special Collections -- Bailey/Howe Library
>University of Vermont