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Multiple Copies Example 1

different subcollections -- different call numbers

This example shows a basic serials title that is housed in two different subcollections within the same library. This example also demonstrates the use of the asterisk (*) in RLIN to indicate an unclassified title. The asterisk gets translated into an appropriate note (i.e., currently "SHELVED BY TITLE") during the Geac tape loading process.

Bibliographic record:

MMWR : Morbidity and mortality weekly report / Center for Disease 
   Control.
  Vol. 25, no. 10 (Mar. 19, 1976)-
  -- [Atlanta, Ga.] : U.S. Dept. of Health, Education, and Welfare, 
   Public Health Service, Center for Disease Control.
  v. ; 22 cm. -- (Mar. 19, 1976-May 2, 1980: HEW publication) (May 
   9, 1980-    : HHS publication)

L.C. CALL NO: <none>

RLIN holdings screen:

CALL RA407.3‡b.A37
 VOL
 ANT
 INS T
 FNT

 LOC DANA     LCAL
LVOL
LANT
LINS N
LFNT
   COP 1           MDES
   CST C
  CCAL DOCREF ‡bRA407.3.A37
  SHNT 
   COP 1           MDES
   CST C
  CCAL PER ‡b*
  SHNT 

NOTE: You must include a space after the subcollection and before the ‡b in CCAL so that the subcollection and call number display properly on the RLIN PAR screen. Without a space they run together. However, if the space is placed after the ‡b rather than before it, some IRIS programs will sort the call number incorrectly in those reports.



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