AS/NZS ISO 18626:2015 pdf download – Information and documentation— Interlibrary Loan Transactions

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AS/NZS ISO 18626:2015 pdf download – Information and documentation— Interlibrary Loan Transactions.
4 Messages 4.1 General This International Standard specifies three messages and responses to them for handling interlibrary loan transactions: – Request and Request Confirmation; -Supplying Agency Message and Supplying Agency Message Confirmation; -Requesting Agency Message and Requesting Agency Message Confirmation. For Request, Supplying Agency Message, and Requesting Agency Message, a confirmation message is sent immediately (see 4.3, 4.5, and 4.7). The Request Confirmation message is not a positive or negative response to the Request; it indicates only that the Request message has been received. If the Request message contains problems, the Request Confirmation message shall include Error Data (see 4.10]. The following are the codes used in the tables: R: Repeatable; M: Mandatory; . – . CT: Complex Type; -0C: Open Code List (i.e. Scheme Value Pair); – – . CC: Closed Code List (i.e. the code list is part of the ILL standard); . SC: Standard Code List. Open Code lists are predefined schemes, consisting of an enumerated list of possible values for a given data element that should be supported by applications conformant with this International Standard. The Open Code lists of values are not comprehensive and implementer groups can develop additional schemes for these enumerated types to cover their implementation requirements. Thus, an application can choose to support additional schemes for one or more Open Code lists. Core lists of values to be supported by all implementations are defined in Annex B.
Date and time shall always be provided in the format of YYYY-MM-DDThh:mm:ssZ, as specified by ISO 8601. When time is not significant, e.g. when a due date is given, use 23:59:59Z to indicate the time. For example: 2013-05-15T23:59:59Z. 4.2 Request The Request contains information about the item and service requested. The Request is sent from the requesting agency to the supplying agency. The Request contains some or all of the following groups of data elements: -Header: Administrative information; -BibliographicInfo: Details of the item being requested; -PublicationInfo: Information about the publication; – ServiceInfo: Details of the service being requested; . Supplierlnfo: List of potential suppliers; -RequestedDeliveryInfo: Where and how to send the item; -RequestingAgencyInfo: Details about the requesting agency; PatronInfo: Details about the patron; -BillingInfo: How to charge the requesting agency.

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