Retrieving Objects

Perry Willett edited this page Jul 11, 2018 · 3 revisions

If you used the Merritt metadata options to provide a title, creator, date or local identifier, you will be able to search within the collection for any of those terms. Terms typed in the search box will be found in any of these fields, as well as in the primary identifier assigned by Merritt.

The Display Object screen shows the complete metadata provided by the curator as well as system-generated metadata such as primary identifier, file size, date added (created) and date last modified.

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If there are multiple versions of an object, information about the most recent version will display on the Display Object page.

If there are multiple component files for the object, up to four of them will be listed in the right sidebar. Clicking on an object file will open the file.

If there are multiple versions of the object, a link to each version will be available in the right sidebar. The Display Version page, which will provide links to every component file for the object.

The Download Object button on the Display Object page will download a .zip file including every version of the object.

The Display Version screen provides links to each component file you supplied for the object, along with system-derived metadata.

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The Display Version screen also provides access to the files that Merritt generates to facilitate object management.

The Download Version button will provide you with a .zip file of the version you are viewing. The download will include the system files Merritt generated.

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