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en:
states:
suppressed: Suppressed
deleted: Deleted
auto_generated: System generates when saved
boolean:
"true": "True"
"false": "False"
user_defined: &user_defined_attributes
boolean_1: Boolean 1
boolean_2: Boolean 2
boolean_3: Boolean 3
integer_1: Integer 1
integer_2: Integer 2
integer_3: Integer 3
real_1: Real 1
real_2: Real 2
real_3: Real 3
string_1: String 1
string_2: String 2
string_3: String 3
string_4: String 4
text_1: Text 1
text_2: Text 2
text_3: Text 3
text_4: Text 4
text_5: Text 5
date_1: Date 1
date_1_inline_help: e.g. YYYY-MM-DD
date_2: Date 2
date_2_inline_help: e.g. YYYY-MM-DD
date_3: Date 3
date_3_inline_help: e.g. YYYY-MM-DD
enum_1: Controlled Value 1
enum_2: Controlled Value 2
enum_3: Controlled Value 3
enum_4: Controlled Value 4
_singular: User Defined
_plural: User Defined
slug: &slug_attributes
slug: Slug
slug_tooltip: |
<p>When using human-readable URLs, the last part of the public URL for this record in the ArchivesSpace public interface. The slug can be manually added or updated, or generated automatically based on the configuration settings for human-readable URLs in the config.rb file on the server.</p>
public_url: Public URL
public_url_tooltip: |
<p>If this record is published or updated to be published, the full URL for this record in the public user interface. If human-readable URLs are being used the end of the URL will be the slug.</p>
<p>Whether human-readable URLs are being used or not, the original URI for this record always remains valid.</p>
is_slug_auto: Automatically Generate Slug?
is_slug_auto_tooltip: |
<p>If this field is checked, the slug for this record will be automatically generated when the record is saved based on the configuration settings for human-readable URLs in the config.rb file on the server.</p>
autogen_disabled: "A slug cannot be automatically generated from the provided data based on the current configuration settings"
autogen_repo_slug: "Since a slug was not manually entered the repository slug was automatically generated using the repository short name"
content_items:
content: Content
content_tooltip: |
<p>The content of the note.</p>
section_tooltips: &section_tooltips
lang_materials_tooltip: |
<p>The languages and scripts represented in the material(s) described.</p>
<p>See DACS 4.5</p>
dates_tooltip: |
<p>Identifies and records the date(s) that pertain to the creation, assembly, accumulation, and/or maintenance and use of the materials being described.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.4</p>
extents_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates the extent and the physical nature of the materials being described.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.5</p>
linked_agents_tooltip: |
<p>Associates agents as a creator, source, or subject of the materials described to provide information about their context.</p>
subjects_tooltip: |
<p>Used for linking Subjects with the materials described.</p>
notes_tooltip: |
<p>Additional descriptive information about the materials described, usually in the form of text or structured lists.</p>
external_documents_tooltip: |
<p>Links to information in other description or management systems, such as donor files, processing plans, etc.</p>
rights_statements_tooltip: |
<p>Information about the rights status of the materials described and whether there are specific restrictions or permissions that have been indicated.</p>
instances_tooltip: |
<p>Links description to information about physical or digital instantiations of material.</p>
deaccessions_tooltip: |
<p>Records information about materials that may have been separated and discarded, returned to a donor, or transferred to another institution.</p>
collection_management_tooltip: |
<p>Additional, internal-only information about how the materials described will be or have been processed.</p>
classification_tooltip: |
<p>Used for linking the materials described to a Classification or a Classification Term (e.g. a record group system) managed within the application.</p>
user_defined_tooltip: |
<p>User defined fields for recording additional information not captured in other sections of the application.</p>
digital_object: &digital_object_attributes
<<: *section_tooltips
<<: *slug_attributes
user_defined:
<<: *user_defined_attributes
title: Title
title_tooltip: |
<p>A title expression for the digital object. May be transcribed from the object, or inherited from a source resource/resource component record, or provided by the repository.</p>
<p>The title of the digital object as a whole may be the same as that of the resource or resource component record to which the digital object record is linked. However, it can be different than that expressed in the linked resource record.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Stanley Elkins, grandfather <em>(linked to a resource component record having the title "Family portraits")</em></li>
<li>Letter to New Atlantic <em>(linked to a resource component record having the title "Letter to New Atlantic")</em></li>
<li>Cedar Fire <em>(linked to a resource component record having the title "Cedar Fire")</em></li>
</ul>
digital_object_id: Identifier
digital_object_id_tooltip: |
<p>A unique identifier for the digital object as a whole. May be an ARK, HANDLE, a URI, or any string that uniquely identifies the digital object. The field needs to be completed for a valid METS record to be exported.</p>
<p>Examples</p>
<ul>
<li>http://hdl.handle.net/1813/13524</li>
</ul>
publish: Publish?
publish_tooltip: |
<p>Determines whether this Digital Object or Component will be published to public (patron) interfaces.</p>
level: VRA Core Level
level_tooltip: |
<p>Primarily for use in multi-level VRA Core compliant records in order to indicate description is about a collection, a work, or an image.</p>
digital_object_type: Digital Object Type
digital_object_type_tooltip: |
<p>A generic term indicating the basic content type of the digital object. The default options correspond to the MODS &lt;typeOfResource&gt; element.</p>
restrictions: Restrictions?
restrictions_tooltip: |
<p>A check box for indicating that restrictions apply. The restrictions can be explained using Note subrecords or Rights subrecords.</p>
file_versions_tooltip: |
<p>Links a digital object or digital object component to an associated content file, addressable by URI.</p>
_singular: Digital Object
_plural: Digital Objects
digital_object_component:
<<: *digital_object_attributes
<<: *slug_attributes
label: Label
label_tooltip: |
<p>A term used to describe the part and its position within the Digital Object being described. More often used for the component parts of the Digital Object than the top-level Digital Object record.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Audio: Tape 1, Track 1, Section 1, etc.</li>
<li>Image: Image 1, Picture 1, etc.</li>
<li>Text: Page 1, Leaf 1, First leaf, Chapter 1, Section 1, etc.</li>
<li>Video: Tape 1, Part 1, Section 1, etc.</li>
</ul>
component_id: Identifier
component_id_tooltip: |
<p>A unique identifier for the Digital Object Component.</p>
dates: Dates
has_unpublished_ancestor: Has Unpublished Ancestor?
_singular: Digital Object Component
_plural: Digital Object Components
location: &location_attributes
title: Location
temporary_question: Temporary?
temporary: Temporary
temporary_tooltip: |
<p>Used to indicate if this Location is a specific type of temporary location (e.g. an exhibition area).</p>
building: Building
building_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. Used to indicate the building in which a location exists.</p>
floor: Floor
floor_tooltip: |
<p>Used to indicate the floor on which a location exists.</p>
room: Room
room_tooltip: |
<p>Used to indicate the room in which a location exists.</p>
area: Area
area_tooltip: |
<p>Used to indicate the area (e.g. of a room) in which a location exists.</p>
barcode: Barcode
barcode_tooltip: |
<p>CONDITIONALLY REQUIRED FIELD: Either barcode, classification, or Coordinate 1 Label and Coordinate 1 Indicator must contain data.</p>
<p>Used to record the barcode of, e.g., a shelf or range that uniquely identifies a location.</p>
classification: Classification
classification_tooltip: |
<p>CONDITIONALLY REQUIRED FIELD: Either barcode, classification, or Coordinate 1 Label and Coordinate 1 Indicator must contain data.</p>
<p>Used to record a classification number that uniquely identifies a location.</p>
coordinates: Coordinates
coordinate_1_label: Coordinate Label 1
coordinate_1_label_tooltip: |
<p>CONDITIONALLY REQUIRED FIELD: Either barcode, classification, or Coordinate 1 Label and Coordinate 1 Indicator must contain data.</p>
<p>Used to record a label (e.g. "Shelf", "Range", "Drawer") for a specific location.</p>
coordinate_1_indicator: Coordinate Indicator 1
coordinate_1_indicator_tooltip: |
<p>CONDITIONALLY REQUIRED FIELD: Either barcode, classification, or Coordinate 1 Label and Coordinate 1 Indicator must contain data.</p>
<p>Used to record an indicator such as a number or letter that uniquely identifies a location in combination with the associated coordinate label.</p>
coordinate_2_label: Coordinate Label 2
coordinate_2_label_tooltip: |
<p>Used to record a label (e.g. "Shelf", "Range", "Drawer") for a specific location.</p>
coordinate_2_indicator: Coordinate Indicator 2
coordinate_2_indicator_tooltip: |
<p>Used to record an indicator such as a number or letter that uniquely identifies a location in combination with the associated coordinate label.</p>
coordinate_3_label: Coordinate Label 3
coordinate_3_label_tooltip: |
<p>Used to record a label (e.g. "Shelf", "Range", "Drawer") for a specific location.</p>
coordinate_3_indicator: Coordinate Indicator 3
coordinate_3_indicator_tooltip: |
<p>Used to record an indicator such as a number or letter that uniquely identifies a location in combination with the associated coordinate label.</p>
display_string: Display String
has_unpublished_ancestor: Has Unpublished Ancestor?
holdings: Holdings
owner_repo: Reserved For
owner_repo_tooltip: A repository that has reserved this location
_singular: Location
_plural: Locations
location_batch:
<<: *location_attributes
label: Label
prefix: Prefix
suffix: Suffix
coordinate_1_range: Coordinate Range 1
coordinate_2_range: Coordinate Range 2
coordinate_3_range: Coordinate Range 3
start: Range Start
end: Range End
_singular: Batch Locations
_plural: Batch Locations
location_function:
location_function_type: Function Type
_singular: Function
_plural: Functions
function:
_singular: Function
_plural: Functions
_frontend:
action:
add: Add Function
container_location:
status: Status
status_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. Indicates whether the location statement for this record is current or refers to a previous location for the described instance.</p>
start_date: Start Date
start_date_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. Indicates the date at which the described instance was stored at this location, or a known date from which the materials were stored here.</p>
end_date: End Date
end_date_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates the date at which the described instance was moved from this location.</p>
note: Note
note_tooltip: |
<p>Used to record additional information about the instance and its relation to this location.</p>
location: Location
ref: Location
_singular: Location
_plural: Locations
linked_record:
role: Role
role_tooltip: |
<p>The role in which the linked record relates to the current record.</p>
ref: Record
ref_plural: Records
_singular: Record Link
_plural: Record Links
linked_agent: &linked_agent_attributes
role: Role
role_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. An indication of what function (creator, source, or subject) the Agent has in regards to its link to a certain description record.</p>
relator: Relator
relator_tooltip: |
<p>An indication of what role the Agent has in regards to its function as indicated in how it is linked (e.g., creator, source, or subject) to a certain description record. For example, an Agent may be linked as a creator to a record, but with the more specific role of "illustrator".</p>
<p>See MARC Code List for Relators (https://www.loc.gov/marc/relators/).</p>
ref: Agent
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ref_tooltip: |
<p>The Agent related to the material described in the record.</p>
<p>Agents may be searched using auto-complete, using a browse function, or may be created on demand.</p>
terms: Terms
title: Title
title_tooltip: |
<p>Optional field: Record here the authoritative title of a work in order to make a Name / Title heading for an agent linked as a creator or a subject:</p>
<p>For example,</p>
<ul><li>Shakespeare, William, 1564-1616. King Lear</li><li> Pound, Ezra, 1885-1972. Cantos</li><li> Lincoln, Abraham, 1809-1865. Emancipation Proclamation</li></ul>
_singular: Agent Link
_plural: Agent Links
accession_linked_agent:
<<: *linked_agent_attributes
event_linked_agent:
<<: *linked_agent_attributes
resource_linked_agent:
<<: *linked_agent_attributes
archival_object_linked_agent:
<<: *linked_agent_attributes
digital_object_linked_agent:
<<: *linked_agent_attributes
digital_object_component_linked_agent:
<<: *linked_agent_attributes
event: &event
<<: *section_tooltips
event_type: Type
event_type_tooltip: |
<p>A categorization of the nature of the event.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
<p>See PREMIS eventType</p>
outcome: Outcome
outcome_tooltip: |
<p>A categorization of the overall result of the event in terms of success, partial success, or failure. Recommended practice is to use a controlled vocabulary that a system can act upon automatically. More detail about the outcome may be recorded in an Outcome Note. Recommended practice is to define events with sufficient granularity that each event has a single outcome.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
outcome_note: Outcome Note
outcome_note_tooltip: |
<p>A detailed description of the result or product of the event. This may be used to record all error and warning messages issued by a program involved in the event or to record a pointer to an error log.</p>
date: Event Date/Time
date_type: Event type
timestamp: UTC Timestamp
timestamp_inline_help: YYYY-MM-DD HH:MM:SS
timestamp_tooltip: |
<p>A specific timestamp, with full date and time information, about when the event occured. By default, the application assumes that the timestamp is in UTC.</p>
chronotype_label: Date/Time specifier
chronotype_label_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates what type of date is associated with this event.</p>
chronotype:
subrecord: Date Subrecord
timestamp: UTC Timestamp
date_tooltip: |
<p>The single date and time, or date and time range, at or during which the event occurred.</p>
<p>If the single date/time or start or end date/time is unknown, enter "unknown" in the Date Expression field.</p>
linked_agents_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED SUBRECORD: Associates one or more Agents as a participant in this Event.</p>
linked_records_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED SUBRECORD: Associates Accessions, Digital Objects, or Resources with this Event.</p>
types:
accession: Accession
accumulation: Accumulation
acknowledgement: Acknowledgement
acknowledgement_sent: Acknowledgement Sent
agreement_signed: Agreement Signed
agreement_received: Agreement Received
agreement_sent: Agreement Sent
appraisal: Appraisal
assessment: Assessment
capture: Capture
cataloged: Cataloged
collection: Collection
compression: Compression
contribution: Contribution
copyright_transfer: Copyright Transfer
custody_transfer: Custody Transfer
deaccession: Deaccession
decompression: Decompression
decryption: Decryption
deletion: Deletion
digital_signature_validation: Digital Signature Validation
fixity_check: Fixity Check
ingestion: Ingestion
message_digest_calculation: Message Digest Calculation
migration: Migration
normalization: Normalization
processed: Processed
publication: Publication
replication: Replication
resource_merge: Resource Merge
resource_component_transfer: Resource Component Transfer
validation: Validation
virus_check: Virus Check
_singular: Event
_plural: Events
linked_event:
<<: *event
deaccession:
<<: *section_tooltips
scope: Portion
scope_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD: Used to specify whether an extent statement relates to the whole or part of a given described aggregation or object.</p>
description: Description
description_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD: Description of the materials that have been deaccessioned.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Periodicals, newspaper clippings, and family financial records.</li>
<li>Trophies awarded at dog shows.</li>
</ul>
reason: Reason
reason_tooltip: |
<p>The reason for deaccessioning the materials described.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Donor did not intend to transfer these materials.</li>
</ul>
disposition: Disposition
disposition_tooltip: |
<p>A description indicating what was done with the deaccessioned materials.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Financial records returned to the family.</li>
<li>Dog show trophies returned to the donor's wife.</li>
</ul>
notification: Notification Given?
notification_tooltip: |
<p>A checkbox indicating that notification of the deaccession was given.</p>
dates: Deaccession Date
_plural: Deaccessions
_singular: Deaccession
agent_name: &agent_name_attributes
authority_id: Authority ID
authority_id_tooltip: |
<p>The unique identifier for the Name Form for an Agent within the source from which it was acquired, (i.e., a MADS record identifier or EAC record identifier). The identifier may be represented as a URI.</p>
<p>See DACS 13.2</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>nr92045078 <em>for a LCNAF name heading</em></li>
<li>500115393 <em>for a ULAN name heading</em></li>
<li>http://viaf.org/viaf/134138653 <em>for a VIAF name heading</em>
</ul>
source: Source
source_tooltip: |
<p>CONDITIONALLY REQUIRED FIELD, if Name Rules is not used. An indicator of the authoritative source from which the name was taken.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
rules: Rules
rules_tooltip: |
<p>CONDITIONALLY REQUIRED FIELD, if Name Source is not used. An indication of the rules used to formulate the name entry.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
name_order: Name Order
name_order_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates if the name form should be displayed in inverted (last name, first name) order or in direct order (first name last name).</p>
prefix: Prefix
prefix_tooltip: |
<p>Any term associated with a name that in normative use would precede the entire name.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Mrs.</li>
</ul>
title: Title
title_tooltip: |
<p>A title that is part of the name.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Sir <em>(for Churchill, Winston, Sir, 1874-1965)</em></li>
<li>Chief (for Black Foot, Chief, d. 1877)</li>
<li>Emperor of the East <em>(for John II Comnenus. Emperor of the East.)</em></li>
</ul>
primary_name: Primary Part of Name
primary_name_tooltip: |
<p>The primary part of a name form (e.g. a last name or surname of a person).</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Churchill <em>(for Churchill, Winston, Sir, 1874-1965 [person])</em></i>
<li>Black Foot <em>(for Black Foot, Chief, d. 1877 [person])</em></li>
<li>International Business Machines <em>(for International Business Machines. Microelectronics Division [corporate entity])</em></li>
</ul>
rest_of_name: Rest of Name
rest_of_name_tooltip: |
<p>The first name element or forename and additional names, e.g, middle names, for the person named in the record.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Winston <em>(for Churchill, Winston, Sir, 1874-1965)</em></li>
<li>Humphrey <em>(for Ward, Humphrey, Mrs., 1851-1920)</em></li>
</ul>
suffix: Suffix
suffix_tooltip: |
<p>A term following a name that qualifies the name but is not a title.</p>
<p>Examples</p>
<ul>
<li>Jr.</li>
<li>fils</li>
</ul>
fuller_form: Fuller Form
fuller_form_tooltip: |
<p>The fuller form of first and middle names, when abbreviated.</p>
<p>Examples</p>
<ul>
<li>Hilda Doolittle <em>(for H.D., Hilda Doolittle, 1886-1961)</em></li>
</ul>
number: Number
number_tooltip: |
<p>A number, sometimes with a term, that qualifies the name. For personal names, often a roman numeral or a roman numeral and a subsequent part of a forename. For corporate names, the number of a part / section or meeting.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>II Comnenus <em>(for John II Comnenus, Emperor of the East</em>/li>
<li>II <em>(for John Paul II)</em></li>
<li>97th, 2nd session <em>(for United States Congress, 97th, 2nd session)</em></li>
</ul>
dates: Dates
dates_tooltip: |
<p>Use this field for alignment with MARC authority records. These dates, rather than Dates of Existence, are added to the name entry in the display.</p>
<p>Dates of existence for the named entity.</p>
<p>Examples:<p>
<ul>
<li>1886-1961 <em>(for H.D., Hilda Doolittle, 1886-1961)</em></li>
</ul>
use_dates: Usage Dates
use_dates_tooltip: |
<p>Dates in which this name was used for the agent.</p>
qualifier: Qualifier
qualifier_tooltip: |
<p>A term or phrase for distinguishing two name forms identical in all other respects but identifying two different entities. The term may be a date, a place, or any other suitable descriptor.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Florists <em>(for Smith family (Florists))</em>)</li>
<li>Bronx, New York, N.Y. <em>(for St. James Church (Bronx, New York, N.Y.))</em></li>
</ul>
sort_name: Sort Name
sort_name_tooltip: |
<p>A version of the name concatenating all the parts of the name provided in a given agent record. Used for display purposes in the application and for some exports.</p>
<p>The sort name may be edited by unchecking the "Automatically generate" checkbox and then entering the form of the sort name desired.</p>
authorized: Authorized
is_display_name: Display Name
_singular: Name
_plural: Names
name_person:
<<: *agent_name_attributes
name_family:
<<: *agent_name_attributes
family_name: Family Name
family_name_tooltip: |
<p>The last name, or surname, for a family, typically supplemented with the term "family".</p>
name_corporate_entity:
<<: *agent_name_attributes
subordinate_name_1: Subordinate Name 1
subordinate_name_1_tooltip: |
<p>A hierarchical unit with the corporate entity named in the Primary Name field.</p>
<p>Examples</p>
<ul>
<li>Microelectronics Division <em>(for International Business Machines. Microelectronics Division)</em></li>
</ul>
subordinate_name_2: Subordinate Name 2
subordinate_name_2_tooltip: |
<p>A hierarchical unit with the corporate entity named in the Primary Name field and lower than the unit named in the Subordinate Name 1 field.</p>
name_software:
<<: *agent_name_attributes
software_name: Software Name
software_name_tooltip: |
<p>The name of a software package.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Photoshop <em>(for Adobe Photoshop CS3)</em></li>
<li>Bagger <em>(for Library of Congress Bagger 2.1.2)</em></li>
</ul>
version: Version
version_tooltip: |
<p>The version number or other indicator for a specific version of a software package.</p>
<p>Examples</p>
<ul>
<li>CS3 <em>(for Adobe Photoshop CS3)</em></li>
<li>2.1.2 <em>(for Library of Congress Bagger 2.1.2)</em></li>
</ul>
manufacturer: Manufacturer
manufacturer_tooltip: |
<p>The manufacturer, creator or other responsible party for a software package's distribution, development, or maintenance.</p>
<p>Examples</p>
<ul>
<li>Adobe <em>(for Adobe Photoshop CS3)</em></li>
<li>Library of Congress <em>(for Library of Congress Bagger 2.1.2)</em></li>
</ul>
name:
_singular: Name Form
_plural: Name Forms
agent_contact: &agent_contact
name: Contact Name
name_tooltip: |
<p>Name of the person serving as contact for the entity in the main record.</p>
salutation: Salutation
salutation_tooltip: |
<p>Salutation for the contact person.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
address_1: Address 1
address_1_tooltip: |
<p>Address for the contact person.</p>
address_2: Address 2
address_3: Address 3
city: City
city_tooltip: |
<p>City in which the contact person is located.</p>
region: State/Region
region_tooltip: |
<p>State or Region in which the City is located</p>
country: Country
country_tooltip: |
<p>Country in which the contact person is located.</p>
post_code: Post Code
post_code_tooltip: |
<p>Mail or zip code for the contact person’s address.</p>
telephone: Telephone
telephone_ext: Telephone Extension
fax: Fax
fax_tooltip: |
<p>Fax number for the contact person.</p>
email: E-mail
email_tooltip: |
<p>E-mail address for the contact person.</p>
email_signature: E-mail Signature
email_signature_tooltip: |
<p>E-mail signature for the contact person.</p>
note: Contact Notes
note_tooltip: |
<p>Additional notes or contact information for the contact person.</p>
telephones: Telephone Numbers
_singular: Contact
_plural: Contact Details
telephone: &telephone
_plural: Telephone Numbers
number_type: Number Type
number: Number
number_tooltip: |
<p>Telephone number for the contact person.</p>
ext: Telephone Extension
ext_tooltip: |
<p>Telephone number extension for the contact person.</p>
telephone_required: &telephone
_plural: Telephone Numbers
number_type: Number Type
number: Number
number_tooltip: |
<p>Telephone number for the contact person.</p>
ext: Telephone Extension
ext_tooltip: |
<p>Telephone number extension for the contact person.</p>
telephone_merge: &telephone
_plural: Telephone Numbers
number_type: Number Type
number: Number
number_tooltip: |
<p>Telephone number for the contact person.</p>
ext: Telephone Extension
ext_tooltip: |
<p>Telephone number extension for the contact person.</p>
telephone_merge_target: &telephone
_plural: Telephone Numbers
number_type: Number Type
number: Number
number_tooltip: |
<p>Telephone number for the contact person.</p>
ext: Telephone Extension
ext_tooltip: |
<p>Telephone number extension for the contact person.</p>
note_attributes: &note_attributes
label: Label
label_tooltip: |
<p>A label or heading for the specific note. If a label is not used, the note type will be used as the label wherever required.</p>
persistent_id: Persistent ID
content: Content
content_tooltip: |
<p>The content of the note.</p>
items: Items
items_singular: Item
item_singular: Item
publish: Publish?
publish_tooltip: |
<p>Determines whether this Note to public (patron) interfaces.</p>
title: Title
title_tooltip: |
<p>An element for recording a specific label, or title, for the subnote.</p>
type: Type
type_tooltip: |
<p>The type of note for the content. Note types are used for guiding export of note contents to certain elements in specific data formats.</p>
related_agent:
relationship_type: Relationship Type
_singular: Related Agent
_plural: Related Agents
agent_relationship_parentchild:
relator: Relationship Type
description: Description
ref: Related Agent
date: Date
dates: Dates
_singular: Parent/Child Relationship
agent_relationship_earlierlater:
relator: Relationship Type
description: Description
ref: Related Agent
date: Date
dates: Dates
_singular: Earlier/Later Relationship
agent_relationship_subordinatesuperior:
relator: Relationship Type
description: Description
ref: Related Agent
date: Date
dates: Dates
_singular: Subordinate/Superior Relationship
agent_relationship_associative:
relator: Relationship Type
description: Description
date: Date
dates: Dates
ref: Related Agent
_singular: Associative Relationship
note:
item: Item
content_item: Content Item
note_singlepart: Single Part Note
note_orderedlist: Ordered List
note_multipart: Multipart Note
note_definedlist: Defined List
note_chronology: Chronology
note_index: Index
note_bibliography: Bibliography
note_digital_object: Digital Object Note
note_langmaterial: Language of Materials Note
note_bioghist: "Biography/Historical Note"
note_citation: Citation
note_abstract: Abstract
note_outline: Outline
note_text: Text
note_type: Note Type
note_rights_statement: Rights Statement Note
note_rights_statement_act: Act Note
note_agent_rights_statement: Rights Statement Note (do not use)
_singular: Note
_plural: Notes
note_text:
<<: *note_attributes
option: Text
note_index:
<<: *note_attributes
option: Index
note_index_item:
value: Value
value_tooltip: The content of each entry in the bibliography. At least one is required for any index note.
type: Type
type_tooltip: The type of index entry.
reference: Reference
reference_tooltip: The target for the index item.
reference_text: Reference Text
reference_text_tooltip: A description for the reference, if warranted.
note_singlepart:
<<: *note_attributes
note_multipart:
<<: *note_attributes
subnotes: Sub Notes
sub_notes: Sub Notes
sub_notes_singular: Sub Note
note_digital_object:
<<: *note_attributes
note_langmaterial:
<<: *note_attributes
note_rights_statement:
<<: *note_attributes
note_rights_statement_act:
<<: *note_attributes
note_agent_rights_statement:
<<: *note_attributes
note_bibliography:
<<: *note_attributes
option: Bibliography
note_chronology:
<<: *note_attributes
option: Chronology
title: Title
items: Events
chronology_item:
event_date: Event Date
event_date_tooltip: |
<p>The date of an event in a chronology list.</p>
events: Events
events_tooltip: |
<p>A description of an event corresponding to the chronology date item.</p>
events_singular: Event
note_definedlist:
<<: *note_attributes
option: Defined List
definedlist_item:
label: Label
label_tooltip: |
A text string that either contextualizes or is explained by the content in the defined list note item.
value: Value
value_tooltip: |
A defined list item in a defined list.
note_orderedlist:
<<: *note_attributes
option: Ordered List
enumeration: Enumeration
enumeration_tooltip: |
<p>An attribute for indicating the type of numeration to be applied to the note items</p>
note_bioghist:
<<: *note_attributes
subnotes: Sub Notes
note_abstract:
<<: *note_attributes
option: Abstract
note_citation:
<<: *note_attributes
option: Citation
xlink: XLink
note_citation_xlink:
actuate: Actuate
arcrole: Arc Role
href: Href
role: Role
show: Show
title: Title
type: Type
note_outline:
<<: *note_attributes
option: Outline
levels: Levels
instance: &instance_attributes
is_representative: Is Representative?
instance_type: Type
instance_type_tooltip: |
<p>A designation of the manifestation for the described materials. The instance designation is optional, but required to open and complete a container record for the material described.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
digital_object: Digital Object
_plural: Instances
_singular: Instance
instance_container:
<<: *instance_attributes
instance_digital_object:
<<: *instance_attributes
file_version:
_plural: File Versions
_singular: File Version
file: File
file_uri: File URI
file_uri_tooltip: |
<p>An identifier for a file associated with a digital object, accessible on the web or in a file directory.</p>
publish: Publish?
publish_tooltip: |
<p>Determines whether this File Version is published to public (patron) interfaces.</p>
use_statement: Use Statement
use_statement_tooltip: |
<p>A descriptor indicating the use for which the digital file is intended (e.g., a thumbnail).</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
xlink_actuate_attribute: XLink Actuate Attribute
xlink_actuate_attribute_tooltip: |
<p>An XLink attribute used for export for indicating how the digital object should display (e.g. whether the link occurs automatically or must be requested by the user). It is used in conjunction with the XLink Show attribute.</p>
xlink_show_attribute: XLink Show Attribute
xlink_show_attribute_tooltip: |
<p>An XLink attribute used for export for indicating how the target of a link should be displayed. It is used in conjunction with the XLink Actuate attribute.</p>
file_format_name: File Format Name
file_format_name_tooltip: |
<p>The name of the format for the file type.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Audio Interchange File Format (aiff)</li>
<li>Audio/Video Interleaved Format (avi)</li>
<li>JPEG File Interchange Format (jpeg)</li>
<li>MPEG-Audio Layer 3 (mp3)</li>
<li>Portable Document Format (pdf)</li>
</ul>
file_format_version: File Format Version
file_format_version_tooltip: |
<p>The version of the format for the file type.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>5.0 <em>(for TIFF 5.0)</em></li>
</ul>
file_size_bytes: File Size (Bytes)
file_size_bytes_tooltip: |
<p>The size (in bytes) of the digital file.</p>
checksum: Checksum
checksum_tooltip: |
<p>A digital signature for monitoring the integrity and authenticity of a digital file.</p>
checksum_method: Checksum Method
checksum_method_tooltip: |
<p>The algorithm used for generating checksums.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>MD5</li>
<li>CRC-32</li>
<li>SHA-1</li>
<li>SHA-256</li>
</ul>
identifier: Identifier
caption: Caption
is_representative: Representative
extent: &extent_attributes
portion: Portion
portion_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD: Used to specify whether an extent statement relates to the whole or part of a given described aggregation or object.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.5.7</p>
number: Number
number_tooltip: |
<p>REQIURED FIELD: A numeric value for indicating the number of units in the extent statement, e.g, 5, 11.5, 245. Used in conjunction with Extent Type to provide a structured extent statement.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.5</p>
extent_type: Type
extent_type_tooltip: &extent_type_tooltip |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD: A term indicating the type of unit used to measure the extent of materials described.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.5</p>
container_summary: Container Summary
container_summary_tooltip: |
<p>A list of container and container types housing the materials described in the component record.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>10 record cartons, 6 archives boxes, 3 oversize folders.</li>
<li>12 shoeboxes.</li>
<li>4 archives boxes, 32 tubes.</li>
</ul>
physical_details: Physical Details
physical_details_tooltip: |
<p>Other physical details of the materials described, e.g., analog, b&w, negatives.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.5</p>
dimensions: Dimensions
dimensions_tooltip: |
<p>Dimensions of the materials described.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.5</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>29 cm</li>
<li>7 1/4 x 3 1/2 in.</li>
<li>1/2 in. tape</li>
</ul>
_plural: Extents
_singular: Extent
lang_material: &lang_material_attributes
_plural: Languages
_singular: Language
language_and_script:
<<: *lang_material_attributes
language: Language
language_tooltip: &language_language_tooltip |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD: The language term and code represented in the material(s) described. Codes drawn from ISO 639-2b: Codes for the Representation of Names of Languages.</p>
script: Script
script_tooltip: &language_script_tooltip |
<p>The script term and code represented in the material(s) described. Codes drawn from ISO 15924: Codes for the representation of names of scripts.</p>
<p>See DACS 4.5</p>
language_note:
<<: *lang_material_attributes
external_document: &external_document_attributes
title: Title
title_tooltip: |
<p>The title of an external document referenced from the record. The document may be of any form or content. A web accessible file, a network accessible file, a file on the same computer as the application, etc.</p>
location: Location
location_tooltip: |
<p>The location of the file, ideally a resolvable URI.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>http://www.archivesspace.org/</li>
<li>file:///c:/path/to/the%20file.txt</li>
</ul>
publish: Publish?
publish_tooltip: |
<p>Determines whether this External Document is published to public (patron) interfaces.</p>
document_link: Document Link
_plural: External Documents
_singular: External Document
rights_statement_external_document:
<<: *external_document_attributes
identifier_type: Identifier Type
identifier_type_tooltip: |
<p>The identifier type indicates what domain the external document belongs to.</p>
external_id:
_plural: External IDs
_singular: External ID
source: Source
external_id: External ID
rights_statement: &rights_statement_attributes
identifier: Identifier
identifier_tooltip: |
<p>Uniquely identifies the rights statement within the repository domain. Rights Statement identifiers are usually auto-generated by the application.</p>
identifier_auto_generate_message: "-- auto-generated upon save --"
rights_type: Rights Type
rights_type_tooltip: |
<p>The basis for the rights statement being made. Four bases are allowed: Copyright, License, Statute, and Other. License is for formal and informal licenses, such as donor and purchase agreements. Statute is for codified laws such as Fair Use or FERPA in the United States. Other is for institutional policy or other bases other than copyright, license, and statute. It too may be used for donor and purchase agreements if the repository prefers.</p>
rights_type_message: Please select a Rights Type
status: Status
status_tooltip: |
<p>A coded designation for the copyright status of the object at the time the rights statement is recorded.</p>
<ul>
<li>Copyrighted = Under copyright.</li>
<li>Public domain = In the public domain.</li>
<li>Unknown = Copyright status of the resource is unknown</li>
</ul>
license_terms: License Terms
license_terms_tooltip: |
<p>A statement (actual text snippet or summary) of the permissions granted in the license.</p>
statute_citation: Statute Citation
statute_citation_tooltip: |
<p>A citation, URI, or other reference to the statute related to this Rights Statement.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act [RSBC 1996] Chapter 165</li>
</ul>
jurisdiction: Jurisdiction
jurisdiction_tooltip: |
<p>Copyright: The country whose copyright laws apply.</p>
<p>Statute: The country or other political body enacting the statute.</p>
<p>Conforms to ISO 3166.</p>
type_note: Type Note
type_note_tooltip: |
<p>Any additional information about the copyright, license, statute, or institutional policy and/or about its application to the materials described.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Constraint(s) on Use: This work may be protected by copyright law. Use of this work beyond that allowed by the applicable copyright statute requires the written permission of the copyright holder(s). Responsibility for obtaining permissions for any use and distribution of this work rests exclusively with the user and not the UC San Diego Libraries. Inquiries can be made to the Mandeville Special Collections Library (http://libraries.ucsd.edu/locations/mscl/).</li>
</ul>
determination_date: Determination Date
determination_date_tooltip: |
<p>Copyright: The date the copyright status recorded in copyright status was determined.</p>
<p>Statute: The date that the determination was made that the statute authorized the permission(s) noted.</p>
start_date: Start Date
start_date_tooltip: |
<p>The date the rights statement went into effect.</p>
end_date: End Date
end_date_tooltip: |
<p>The date the rights statement ends.</p>
other_rights_basis: Other Rights Basis
other_rights_basis_tooltip: |
<p>Rights Type of other rights statements that are not statutes, licenses, or copyright.</p>
_plural: Rights Statements
_singular: Rights Statement
rights_type_copyright:
<<: *rights_statement_attributes
rights_type_license:
<<: *rights_statement_attributes
rights_type_statute:
<<: *rights_statement_attributes
rights_type_other:
<<: *rights_statement_attributes
date: &date_attributes
label: Label
label_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD: Describes what the type of activity the date signifies.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.4 and 2.4.3</p>
date_type: Type
date_type_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD: Indicates the type for normalized date information, either a single date or a date range (inclusive or bulk).</p>
date_type_message: Select a Type to enter normalized date or date range
expression: Expression
expression_tooltip: |
<p>CONDITIONALLY REQUIRED FIELD: A natural language expression specifying the date or date range of the materials. Required when a normalized date is not recorded.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.4</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>1968</li>
<li>1979-1993</li>
<li>1785-1960, bulk 1916-1958</li>
<li>1827, 1952-1978</li>
<li>circa 1870-1879</li>
<li>1906 March 17</li>
<li>undated</li>
<li>unknown <em>(for events)</em></li>
</ul>
begin: Begin
begin_inline_help: e.g. YYYY, YYYY-MM, or YYYY-MM-DD
begin_tooltip: |
<p>A normalized date (in the form YYYY, YYYY-MM, or YYYY-MM-DD) representing a single date or the first date in a date range.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.4.7-2.4.16</p>
<p>A.D. years are expressed with four digits.</p>
<p>B.C. years are expressed as a negative number, e.g., -214 for 214 B.C.</p>
end: End
end_inline_help: e.g. YYYY, YYYY-MM, or YYYY-MM-DD
end_tooltip: |
<p>A normalized date (in the form YYYY, YYYY-MM, or YYYY-MM-DD) representing the second date in a date range.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.4.7-2.4.16</p>
<p>A.D. years are expressed with four digits.</p>
<p>B.C. years are expressed as a negative number, e.g., -214 for 214 B.C.</p>
certainty: Certainty
certainty_tooltip: |
<p>The level of confidence for the information given in a date statement. This information is optional and should only be added when qualifying date information as potentially uncertain based upon the description or cataloging rules in use.</p>
<p>See EAD attribute "certainty".</p>
era: Era
era_tooltip: |
<p>Period during which years are numbered and dates reckoned, such as B.C. or C.E. The value "ce" is the default.</p>
<p>See EAD attribute "era".</p>
calendar: Calendar
calendar_tooltip: |
<p>System of reckoning time, such as the Gregorian calendar or Julian calendar. The value "gregorian" is the default.</p>
<p>See EAD attribute "calendar" and DACS 2.4.5.</p>
_plural: Dates
_singular: Date
date_type_single:
<<: *date_attributes
date_type_bulk:
<<: *date_attributes
date_type_inclusive:
<<: *date_attributes
date_type_range:
<<: *date_attributes
date_label:
<<: *date_attributes
existence_date:
<<: *date_attributes
usage_date:
<<: *date_attributes
event_date:
<<: *date_attributes
archival_record_date:
<<: *date_attributes
date_fields:
<<: *date_attributes
accession:
<<: *section_tooltips
<<: *slug_attributes
user_defined:
<<: *user_defined_attributes
accession_date: Accession Date
accession_date_unknown: unknown
accession_date_inline_help: e.g. YYYY-MM-DD
accession_date_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD: The date the accession took place. It is not
necessarily the same date as when the record is created.</p>
accession_id: Identifier
accession_id_tooltip: |
<p>The internal database number for a specific accession record.</p>
identifier: Identifier
id_0: Identifier
id_1: Identifier 2
id_2: Identifier 3
id_3: Identifier 4
id_0_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD: The unique identifier for an accession within a
repository.</p>
<p>In ArchivesSpace, four fields are provided for parsing out an
accession identifier into its component parts. Each segment is
limited to 50 characters, or 200 characters total for the identifier.
At least the first part must be used for a valid accession record.</p>
<p>Default values may be used to populate the component parts that are
the same across all accession numbers.</p>
<p>See DACS 5.2.5</p>
content_description: Content Description
content_description_tooltip: |
<p>A description of the document types and topical contents of the
accession.</p>
<p>See DACS 3.1.4-3.1.7</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<p>Ten cartons of materials containing field notes, diaries, and
drafts of maps documenting Mr. Smith's 10 years in residence at the
Otay Mesa Ranch.</p>
condition_description: Condition Description
condition_description_tooltip: |
<p>A description of the physical condition of the contents of the
accession, including any special handling requirements.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<p>The maps in box 4 are brittle and several are covered with mold.
Inhalation guards should be worn during processing.</p>
disposition: Disposition
disposition_tooltip: |
<p>A note to describe how a particular accession may have been assigned to different resources.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<p>Photographs were separated and assigned to Photographs 025.</p>
<p>The letters to William Colton were added to the William Colton correspondence collection, while the maps of local country streams were added to the records of the County River collection.</p>
general_note: General Note
general_note_tooltip: |
<p>A catch all note field for any information that does not fit in any of the more specifically defined fields.</p>
inventory: Inventory
inventory_tooltip: |
<p>A list of the containers and their contents making up an accession. The box list may be composed in the field, copied and pasted into the field, or referenced as an external document. The reference to the external document may be recorded here or in an External Documents subrecord.</p>
<p>Example:</p>
<ul>
<li>Box 1: Diaries</li>
<li>Box 2: Letters to Mr. Smith's family</li>
<li>Box 3: Personal records for ranch employees</li>
<li>Box 4: Drafts of ranch maps</li>
</ul>
provenance: Provenance
provenance_tooltip: |
<p>A note that provides provenance information about an accession, such as custodial history, detailed acquisition information, etc.</p>
<p>See DACS 5.1-5.2</p>
retention_rule: Retention Rule
retention_rule_tooltip: |
<p>A note indicating the retention authority or rule for the accession.
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>See the Campus Retention Schedule.</li>
</ul>
restrictions_apply: Restrictions Apply?
restrictions_apply_tooltip: |
<p>Indication if restrictions apply to the accession.</p>
<p>See DACS 4.1.5-4.1.6; 4.2.5-4.2.7, 4.3.4-4.3.6</p>
resource_type: Resource Type
resource_type_tooltip: |
<p>A list of terms used by a repository for categorizing its resources into basic types.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
access_restrictions: Access Restrictions?
access_restrictions_tooltip: |
<p>A checkbox for indicating access to the materials is restricted.</p>
<p>See DACS 4.1.5-4.1.6; 4.2.5-4.2.7, 4.3.5-4.3.6</p>
access_restrictions_note: Access Restrictions Note
access_restrictions_note_tooltip: |
<p>A statement indicating what materials in the accession have access to them restricted, what the authority of the restriction is, and for how long the restriction will be in effect. Additional information may also be recorded in a Rights subrecord.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Diaries in box ten have are restricted by the donor until 2030.</li>
</ul>
use_restrictions: Use Restrictions?
use_restrictions_tooltip: |
<p>A check box to indicate that there are use restrictions for materials in the accession.</p>
use_restrictions_note: Use Restrictions Note
use_restrictions_note_tooltip: |
<p>A statement indicating which materials have use restrictions, how the materials can be used, what the authority of the restriction is, and for how long the restriction will be in effect. Additional information may also be recorded in a Rights subrecord.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<p>Manuscripts in box 33 are fragile; photocopies must be used instead.</p>
acquisition_type: Acquisition Type
acquisition_type_tooltip: |
<p>A categorical descriptor for the type of acquisition. Repositories
may customize the list of data values.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Gift</li>
<li>Purchase</li>
<li>Transfer</li>
</ul>
publish: Publish?
publish_help: Check this if you wish to publish this accession to the public.
publish_tooltip: |
<p>Determines whether this Accession will be published to public (patron) interfaces.</p>
restrictions: Restrictions?
restrictions_tooltip: |
<p>Indication if restrictions apply to the accession.</p>
<p>See DACS 4.1.5 - 4.1.6; 4.2.5 - 4.2.7, 4.3.4 - 4.3.6</p>
title: Title
title_tooltip: |
<p>The title assigned to an accession or resource. The accession title
need not be the same as the resource title. Moreover, a title need not
be expressed for the accession record, as it can be implicitly
inherited from the resource record to which the accession is
linked.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.3.18-2.3.22</p>
related_resources_tooltip: |
<p>Used for linking associated Resources with this Accession.</p>
relator: Relator
relator_type: Relator Type
_singular: Accession
_plural: Accessions
interrelated_accession:
_plural: Related Accessions
relationship_type: Relationship type
accession_sibling_relationship:
_singular: Sibling Relationship
relator: This Accession
sibling_of: Sibling of
relator_type: Relator Type
bound_with: "\"Bound with\" Relationship"
accession_parts_relationship:
_singular: "\"Part of\" Relationship"
part: "\"Part of\" Relationship"
relator: This Accession
forms_part_of: Forms Part of
has_part: Has Part
relator_type: Relator Type
agent: &agent_attributes
<<: *slug_attributes
type: Agent Type
type_tooltip: |
<p>The type of entity represented by the Agent record.</p>
<p>See DACS 10.2 and PREMIS Agent entity</p>
agent_type:
agent_family: Family
agent_person: Person
agent_corporate_entity: Corporate Entity
agent_software: Software
name: Agent Name
names: Name Forms
names_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED SUBRECORD: Records different forms of an Agent's name. Each Agent record must have at least one Name Form subrecord.</p>
agent_contacts: Contact Details
contacts_tooltip: |
<p>Records contact information about a particular Agent.</p>
notes: Notes
notes_tooltip: |
<p>Records additional descriptive information about an Agent, such as a biographical note or an administrative history.</p>
related_agents_tooltip: |
<p>Allows links from this Agent record to another in associative, hierarchical, or parent/child relationships.</p>
external_documents_tooltip: |
<p>Allows links to external documentation, e.g. biographical files, reference works, etc. about this Agent.</p>
dates_of_existence: Dates of Existence
dates_of_existence_tooltip: |
<p>Dates in which the agent existed.</p>
publish: Publish
_singular: Agent
_plural: Agents
agent_person:
<<: *agent_attributes
<<: *slug_attributes
_singular: Person
_plural: People
agent_family:
<<: *agent_attributes
<<: *slug_attributes
_singular: Family
_plural: Families
agent_software:
<<: *agent_attributes
<<: *slug_attributes
_singular: Software
_plural: Software
agent_corporate_entity:
<<: *agent_attributes
<<: *slug_attributes
_singular: Corporate Entity
_plural: Corporate Entities
related_agents_agent_person:
related_agents: Related Agents
related_agents_agent_family:
related_agents: Related Agents
related_agents_agent_software:
related_agents: Related Agents
related_agents_agent_corporate_entity:
related_agents: Related Agents
archival_object: &archival_object_attributes
<<: *section_tooltips
<<: *slug_attributes
title: Title
title_tooltip: |
<p>CONDITIONALLY REQUIRED FIELD: The title assigned to the materials described. An Archival Object must have either a Title or a Date subrecord.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.3</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Graciany Miranda Archilla papers</li>
<li>Love Makes a Family records</li>
<li>Cameron family account book</li>
<li>Caroline and Erwin Swann collection of caricatures and cartoons</li>
<li>National Academy of Sciences correspondence</li>
<li>Audio and video recordings</li>
</ul>
ref_id: Ref ID
ref_id_tooltip: |
<p>An automatically provided and updatable reference ID, which can be used as a target for linking, etc. The Ref ID is intended to be generated automatically or imported from an existing system and to remain persistent.</p>
ref_id_export_prefix: aspace_
dates: Dates
dates_tooltip: |
<p>CONDITIONALLY REQUIRED SUBRECORD. An Archival Object must have either a Title or a Date subrecord.</p>
extents: Extents
lang_materials: Languages
ref_id_auto_generation_message: "-- auto-generated upon save --"
component_id: Component Unique Identifier
component_id_tooltip: |
<p>Expresses a unique ID, within the context of the resource description, for the component part.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Series I</li>
<li>Subseries 8</li>
<li>Accession 2005-M-078</li>
</ul>
level: Level of Description
level_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. Indicates. the hierarchical level of the materials being described.</p>
<p>See DACS Chapter 1</p>
<p>Values are prescribed by the EAD schema.</p>
other_level: Other Level
other_level_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD if "Other Level" is the value selected for Level. Expresses the type of level outside of the values specified in the EAD schema.</p>
container_summary: Container Summary
container_summary_tooltip: |
<p>For recording the number and type of containers comprising a resource description. This is considered a textual summary and not identical with the extent subrecords.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.5</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>10 record cartons, 6 archives boxes, 3 oversize folders.</li>
<li>12 shoeboxes.</li>
<li>4 archives boxes, 32 tubes.</li>
</ul>
publish: Publish?
publish_tooltip: |
<p>Determines whether this archival object will be published to public (patron) interfaces.</p>
restrictions_apply: Restrictions Apply?
restrictions_apply_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates whether the materials described are restricted in any way. Additional description of the restriction should be provided in appropriate Notes or Rights Statements for the record where the restriction occurs.</p>
<p>See DACS 4.1-4.4</p>
repository_processing_note: Repository Processing Note
repository_processing_note_tooltip: |
<p>An application-specific field for recording information about processing of the materials. This note is not included in any exports or reports, and is not populated by imports.</p>
automate_title: Automatically generate title
"[:resource_id, :ref_id]": Ref ID
has_unpublished_ancestor: Has Unpublished Ancestor?
_singular: Archival Object
_plural: Archival Objects
group:
group_code: Group code
group_code_tooltip: |
<p>A short version of the name of the group.</p>
description: Description
description_tooltip: |
<p>A brief textual description of the group.</p>
<p>Examples:
<ul>
<li>Summer 2013 interns</li>
<li>Collection management staff</li>
</ul>
member_usernames: Members
member_usernames_tooltip: |
<p>The members that are part of this group.</p>
permissions: "Members can:"
permission_types:
manage_repository: manage this repository (change groups and other settings)
update_location_record: create/modify/delete location records in this repository
update_subject_record: create/update subject records
update_agent_record: create/update agent records
view_agent_contact_record: view contact details for agent records
update_vocabulary_record: create/update vocabulary records
update_accession_record: create/update accessions in this repository
update_resource_record: create/update resources in this repository
update_digital_object_record: create/update digital objects in this repository
update_event_record: create/update event records in this repository
view_repository: view the records in this repository
view_suppressed: view suppressed records in this repository
suppress_archival_record: suppress the major record types in this repository
delete_archival_record: delete the major record types in this repository
delete_event_record: delete event records in this repository
update_classification_record: create/update classifications and classification terms
delete_classification_record: delete classifications and classification terms
merge_agents_and_subjects: merge agent/subject records
merge_archival_record: merge the major record types in this repository
manage_rde_templates: manage RDE templates
transfer_repository: transfer the entire contents of a repository
transfer_archival_record: transfer major record types between repositories
manage_subject_record: create/update/delete subject records
manage_agent_record: create/update/delete agent records
manage_vocabulary_record: create/update/delete vocabulary records
import_records: initiate import jobs
cancel_importer_job: cancel an import job
update_container_record: create/update top container records
manage_container_record: delete/bulk update top container records
manage_container_profile_record: create/update/delete container profile records
manage_location_profile_record: create/update/delete location profile records
create_job: create and run a background job
cancel_job: cancel a background job
update_assessment_record: create/update assessment records
delete_assessment_record: delete assessment records
manage_assessment_attributes: create/update/delete repository assessment attributes definitions
manage_enumeration_record: create/update/delete controlled value records
_singular: Group
_plural: Groups
resource:
<<: *archival_object_attributes
<<: *section_tooltips
<<: *slug_attributes
user_defined:
<<: *user_defined_attributes
id_0: Identifier
id_1: Identifier 2
id_2: Identifier 3
id_3: Identifier 4
id_0_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. The identification number assigned to each discrete Resource within a Repository.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.1.3</p>
<p>Examples</p>
<ul>
<li>R.001 (Two elements "R" + "001")</li>
<li>MSS 025 (A single element)</li>
<li>Archives.RSS.0333 (Three elements "Archives" + "RSS" + "0333")</li>
</ul>
"[:id_0, :id_1, :id_2, :id_3]": Identifier
"[:repo_id, :identifier]": Identifier
identifier: Identifier
title_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. The title assigned to the resource.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.3</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Graciany Miranda Archilla papers</li>
<li>Love Makes a Family records</li>
<li>Cameron family account book</li>
<li>Caroline and Erwin Swann collection of caricatures and cartoons</li>
<li>National Academy of Sciences correspondence</li>
<li>Audio and video recordings</li>
</ul>
resource_type: Resource Type
resource_type_tooltip: |
<p>A list of terms used by a repository for categorizing its resources into basic types.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
repository_processing_note: Repository Processing Note
extents_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED SUBRECORD: Used for recording the size of the described materials.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.5</p>
related_accessions_tooltip: |
<p>Used for linking associated Accessions with this Resource.</p>
publish_tooltip: |
<p>Determines whether this Resource will be published to public (patron) interfaces.</p>
restrictions: Restrictions Apply?
restrictions_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates whether the materials described are restricted in any way. Additional description of the restriction should be provided in appropriate Notes or Rights Statements for the record where the restriction occurs.</p>
<p>See DACS 4.1-4.4</p>
repository_processing_note_tooltip: |
<p>An application-specific field for recording information about processing of the materials. This note is not included in any exports or reports, and is not populated by imports.</p>
ead_id: EAD ID
ead_id_tooltip: |
<p>The identifier for the EAD generated from the resource description, typically a file name. Needs to be unique within the repository context.</p>
ead_location: EAD Location
ead_location_tooltip: |
<p>The location for the EAD generated from the resource description, either a web URL or a file directory statement. The location typically terminates.</p>
finding_aid_tooltip: |
<p>Used to record administrative data about the archival description instance, usually for when the description is exported into Encoded Archival Description (EAD).</p>
finding_aid_title: Finding Aid Title
finding_aid_title_tooltip: |
<p>The (bibliographic) title for the finding aid associated with this Resource.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Register of the Collection of Jason Twirly</li>
<li>Inventory of the Papers of the Reese Family</li>
<li>List of the Drawings and Models of the Simon and Simon Architectural Firm</li>
</ul>
finding_aid_subtitle: Finding Aid Subtitle
finding_aid_filing_title: Finding Aid Filing Title
finding_aid_filing_title_tooltip: |
<p>A modified version of the formal title of the finding aid. Designed to aid browsing and sorting of finding aid title lists.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Wayne (Bruce M.) Papers</li>
<li>Rooney Family Papers</li>
<li>Communist Party of the United States Records</li>
</ul>
finding_aid_date: Finding Aid Date
finding_aid_date_tooltip: |
<p>The date expression for when the current finding aid was generated from the resource description.</p>
finding_aid_author: Finding Aid Author
finding_aid_author_tooltip: |
<p>The names(s) of the agents responsible for creating the content of the finding aid or its encoding.</p>
finding_aid_description_rules: Description Rules
finding_aid_description_rules_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates the descriptive rules used to guide description of the Resource.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
finding_aid_language: Language of Description
finding_aid_language_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates all the languages present in the finding aid generated from the resource description.</p>
finding_aid_script: Script of Description
finding_aid_script_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates all the scripts present in the finding aid generated from the resource description.</p>
finding_aid_language_note: Language of Description Note
finding_aid_language_note_tooltip: |
<p>Notes on the languages present in the finding aid generated from the resource description.</p>
finding_aid_sponsor: Sponsor
finding_aid_sponsor_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates any sponsors that contributed to the description of the finding aid.</p>
finding_aid_edition_statement: Edition Statement
finding_aid_edition_statement_tooltip: |
<p>For recording information about the edition of the finding aid.</p>
finding_aid_series_statement: Series Statement
finding_aid_series_statement_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates any bibliographic series to which the finding aid belongs.</p>
finding_aid_status: Finding Aid Status
finding_aid_status_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates the status of the finding aid.</p>
finding_aid_note: Finding Aid Note
finding_aid_note_tooltip: |
<p>For recording any additional information about the finding aid (not the described Resource) not covered by the other finding aid data elements.</p>
_singular: Resource
_plural: Resources
related_accession:
_singular: Related Accession
_plural: Related Accessions
revision_statement:
_singlular: Revision Statement
_plural: Revision Statements
date: Revision Date
date_tooltip: |
<p>Specifies the date the finding aid was last revised.</p>
description: Revision Description
description_tooltip: |
<p>A description of the last revision(s) done to the finding aid.</p>
publish: Publish?
publish_tooltip: |
<p>Determines whether this Revision Statement is published to public (patron) interfaces.</p>
related_resource:
_singular: Related Resource
_plural: Related Resources
repository:
<<: *slug_attributes
repo_code: Repository Short Name
repo_code_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. An abbreviation or acronym of the repository name, which can be better accommodated in the user interface.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>YNHSCL <em>(for Your Name Here Special Collections Library)</em></li>
<li>MSCL <em>(for Mandeville Special Collections Library)</em></li>
<li>Tamwag <em>(for Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives)</em></li>
</ul>
name: Repository Name
name_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. The name of the repository which has administrative responsibility for and custody of the materials described in the accession, resource, and digital object modules of the application.</p>
<p>See DACS 2.2</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Your Name Here Special Collections Library</li>
<li>Mandeville Special Collections Library</li>
<li>Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives</li>
</ul>
org_code: Organization / Agency Code
org_code_tooltip: |
<p>A code compliant with ISO/DIS 15511 Information and Documentation International Standard Identifier for Libraries and Related Organizations (ISIL). For United States institutions, this includes codes from the MARC Organization Code list.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>NNU-TL <em>(for Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives)</em></li>
<li>IU-Ar <em>(for University of Illinois Archives)</em></li>
</ul>
parent_institution_name: Parent Institution Name
parent_institution_name_tooltip: |
<p>The name of the parent institution of which the repository is a part.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>University of Illinois <em>(for University of Illinois Archives)</em></li>
<li>New York University <em>(for Tamiment Library and Robert F. Wagner Labor Archives)</em></li>
</ul>
address_1: Address 1
address_1_tooltip: &address_tooltip |
<p>The postal address or street address for the repository.</p>
address_2: Address 2
address_2_tooltip: *address_tooltip
city: City
district: State or Region
country: Country
country_tooltip: |
<p>The country in which the repository is located, taken from the ISO 3166 code list.</p>
description: Description
description_tooltip: |
<p>An about section or descriptive summary for the repository.</p>
post_code: Postal Code
telephone: Telephone
telephone_ext: Extension
fax: Fax
email: Email
email_signature: Email Signature
url: Home Page URL
url_tooltip: |
<p>A URL for the repository's webpage.</p>
contact_persons: Contact Persons
image_url: Branding Image URL
image_url_tooltip: |
<p>A URL or other file location identifier referencing a file that contains a branding device to be used in the repository's online finding aids. A typical branding device is a university seal or logo.</p>
_singular: Repository
_plural: Repositories
publish: Publish?
publish_tooltip: |
<p>Determines whether this Repository and any record it contains will be published to public (patron) interfaces.</p>
term: &term_attributes
# tooltips not displaying
term: Term
term_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. A descriptor for part of a subject heading. A subject heading must have at least 1 term associated with it.</p>
term_type: Type
term_type_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. An indicator for expressing the type or category of a subject term.</p>
_singular: Term
_plural: Terms
subject:
<<: *slug_attributes
authority_id: Authority ID
authority_id_tooltip: |
<p>The unique identifier for the record within the source from which it was acquired, (i.e. an LCSH number). The identifier may be represented as a URI.</p>
source: Source
subject_source: Subject Source
source_tooltip: |
<p>The vocabulary from which an established term is taken.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Medical Subject Headings (mesh)</li>
<li>Library of Congress Subject Headings (lcsh)</li>
</ul>
scope_note: Scope Note
scope_note_tooltip: |
<p>A note that explains and clarifies what is meant and what is not meant in the definition of the term and in its use as a subject heading.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Here are entered works on biological studies of bacteria. Works on the science are entered under the heading Bacteriology.</li>
<li>"The right of security and privacy in a man's home." - Black, Law dictionary, 4th ed., 1951.</li>
</ul>
terms: Terms
terms_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED SUBRECORD. Used to manage each term or subdivision within a given subject heading. Each subject record must have at least one term associated with it.</p>
external_documents_tooltip: |
<p>Allows links to external documentation, e.g. how a particular heading is to be used.</p>
heading: Subject Heading
_singular: Subject
_plural: Subjects
user:
username: Username
username_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. The username for the account that the user will use to authenticate to the application. Permitted characters include a-z, A-Z, @, numbers, hyphen, dash, and dot.</p>
name: Full name
name_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD. The full name of the user designated by the username.</p>
password: Password
password_tooltip: |
<p>The password used with the username to authenticate to the application.</p>
confirm_password: Confirm password
confirm_password_tooltip: |
<p>A second field used to confirm a match with the password entered into the first field.</p>
email: Email
email_tooltip: |
<p>The user's email address.</p>
first_name: First Name
first_name_tooltip: |
<p>The user's first name.</p>
last_name: Last Name
last_name_tooltip: |
<p>The user's last name.</p>
telephone: Phone
telephone_tooltip: |
<p>The user's telephone number.</p>
title: Title
title_tooltip: |
<p>The user's job title.</p>
department: Department
department_tooltip: |
<p>The user's department.</p>
additional_contact: Additional Contact Information
additional_contact_tooltip: |
<p>Additional contact information for the user, or information such as the user's work schedule.</p>
is_admin: Grant system administrator permissions
is_admin_tooltip: |
<p>Used to indicate whether the user should have full administrative privileges to the application.</p>
_singular: User
_plural: Users
collection_management: &collection_management_attributes
cataloged_note: Cataloged Note
cataloged_note_tooltip: |
<p>A note about cataloging of the archival unit (accession, resource, digital object), including provision of catalog record identifiers.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Catalog record number: 21345672</li>
</ul>
processing_hours_per_foot_estimate: Processing hrs/unit Estimate
processing_hours_per_foot_estimate_tooltip: |
<p>The time a repository estimates that is required to process a unit of archival materials (e.g. a linear foot or an item in the case of digital objects). The estimate may factor in, or not, the production of finding aids, catalog records, and other access products.</p>
processing_total_extent: Processing Total Extent
processing_total_extent_tooltip: |
<p>A numerical expression for the total extent (cubic feet, linear feet, items, etc) processed. An Extent Type must be provided in conjunction with this field.</p>
processing_total_extent_type: Extent Type
processing_total_extent_type_tooltip: *extent_type_tooltip
processing_total_extent_type_: --
processing_hours_total: Total Processing Hours
processing_hours_total_short: Total Hours
processing_hours_total_tooltip: |
<p>The numerical result of multiplying "Processing hours per foot estimate" by "Processing total extent". The value can be overwritten to reflect the actual processing time and not a value based on the estimated processing hrs/unit value.</p>
processing_plan: Processing Plan
processing_plan_tooltip: |
<p>For recording a plan for processing of the archival unit. The plan may include an outline of the arrangement for the archival unit, as well as instructions for how to treat particular objects in the archival unit. The plan might also specify different assignments for different repository staff.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>Arrange subject files alphabetically and project files chronologically.</li>
<li>Margaret's students will create descriptive records.</li>
<li>Project manager will review, output, and load the encoded finding aid.</li>
</ul>
processing_priority: Processing Priority
processing_priority_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates the priority assigned to processing of an archival unit.</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>High</li>
<li>Medium</li>
<li>Low</li>
</ul>
processing_started_date: Processing Started Date
processing_status: Processing Status
processing_status_tooltip: |
<p>For indicating the current status of processing for an archival unit (accession, resource, or digital object).</p>
<p>Values in this Controlled Value List may be modified.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>New</li>
<li>In Progress</li>
<li>Completed</li>
</ul>
processing_funding_source: Funding Source
processing_funding_source_tooltip: |
<p>Used to indicate the source of funding the processing of the described materials.</p>
processors: Processors
processors_tooltip: |
<p>For listing staff to whom processing of the archival unit (accession, resource, or digital objects) has been assigned.</p>
rights_determined: Rights determined?
rights_determined_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates whether the rights for an archival unit (accession, resource, or digital object) have been determined and a rights record created and linked to the archival unit.</p>
rights_determined_true: Yes
rights_determined_false: No
parent: Parent
_singular: Collection Management
_plural: Collection Management
enumeration:
# tooltips not displaying
name: Name
name_tooltip: |
<p>The name of the Controlled Value List of to which you wish to add a value.</p>
value: Value
value_tooltip: |
<p>The value for the Controlled Value List you wish to add or edit.</p>
<p>Whenever possible, values should be in lower case and have underscores ("_") instead of spaces. Translations for the values should be added to the locales file.</p>
translation: Translation
position: Position
suppress: Suppress
unsuppress: Unsuppress
merge_into: Merge Into
_singular: Controlled Value List
_plural: Controlled Value lists
classification:
<<: *slug_attributes
_singular: Classification
_plural: Classifications
identifier: Identifier
title: Title
description: Description
creator: Creator
id_separator: /
classification_term:
<<: *slug_attributes
_singular: Classification Term
_plural: Classification Terms
identifier: Identifier
title: Title
description: Description
creator: Creator
preference: &preference_attributes
defaults: Defaults
global: Global Preference Defaults
global_message: Edit these values to set system-wide user preference defaults. These values can be overridden by repository defaults or a user's own preferences.
repo: User Preference Defaults
repo_message: Edit these values to set user preference defaults for the current repository. These values can be overridden by a user's own preferences.
user_global: Global Preferences
user_global_message: Edit these values to set your system-wide user preferences. These values can be overridden by repository defaults or by your own preferences for a repository.
user_repo: Repository Preferences
user_repo_message: Edit these values to set your user preferences for this repository. These values cannot be overridden.
_singular: Preferences
_plural: Preferences
defaults: &defaults_attributes
general_section: General Settings
show_suppressed: Show Suppressed?
show_suppressed_tooltip: Whether to show suppressed records that you have permission to see when browsing.
publish: Publish?
publish_tooltip: Whether to publish new records by default.
default_values: Pre-populate Records?
default_values_tooltip: Whether to pre-populate new Accession and Resource records with default values.
accession_browse_section: Accession Browse Columns
accession_browse_column_1: Column 1
accession_browse_column_1_tooltip: The field to show in column 1.
accession_browse_column_2: Column 2
accession_browse_column_2_tooltip: The field to show in column 2.
accession_browse_column_3: Column 3
accession_browse_column_3_tooltip: The field to show in column 3.
accession_browse_column_4: Column 4
accession_browse_column_4_tooltip: The field to show in column 4.
accession_browse_column_5: Column 5
accession_browse_column_5_tooltip: The field to show in column 5.
resource_browse_section: Resource Browse Columns
resource_browse_column_1: Column 1
resource_browse_column_1_tooltip: The field to show in column 1.
resource_browse_column_2: Column 2
resource_browse_column_2_tooltip: The field to show in column 2.
resource_browse_column_3: Column 3
resource_browse_column_3_tooltip: The field to show in column 3.
resource_browse_column_4: Column 4
resource_browse_column_4_tooltip: The field to show in column 4.
resource_browse_column_5: Column 5
resource_browse_column_5_tooltip: The field to show in column 5.
digital_object_browse_section: Digital_Object Browse Columns
digital_object_browse_column_1: Column 1
digital_object_browse_column_1_tooltip: The field to show in column 1.
digital_object_browse_column_2: Column 2
digital_object_browse_column_2_tooltip: The field to show in column 2.
digital_object_browse_column_3: Column 3
digital_object_browse_column_3_tooltip: The field to show in column 3.
digital_object_browse_column_4: Column 4
digital_object_browse_column_4_tooltip: The field to show in column 4.
digital_object_browse_column_5: Column 5
digital_object_browse_column_5_tooltip: The field to show in column 5.
note_order_section: Note Order
accept_default_message: '> Accept Default:'
no_value: '[no value]'
_singular: Defaults
_plural: Defaults
reports:
parameters:
from: From
from_tooltip:
to: To
locations: Locations
scope_by_date: Scope by Date
template: Template
formats:
json: JSON
csv: CSV
pdf: PDF
html: HTML
rtf: RTF
validation_errors:
agent_must_be_unique: Agent records cannot be identical
subject_must_be_unique: Subject records cannot be identical
conflicting_record: Conflicting record
missing_required_property: Property is required but was missing
missing_property: Property was missing
not_a_valid_date: Not a valid date
must_not_be_before_begin: must not be before begin
is_required_unless_a_begin_or_end_date_is_given: is required unless a begin or end date is given
is_required_unless_an_expression_or_an_end_date_is_given: is required unless an expression or an end date is given
is_required_unless_an_expression_or_a_begin_date_is_given: is required unless an expression or a begin date is given
must_specify_either_a_date_or_a_timestamp: must specify either a date or a timestamp
did_not_match_regular_expression: Did not match regular expression %{regexp}
too_few_characters: Must be at least %{min_length} characters
too_many_characters: Must be %{max_length} characters or fewer
max_length_is_50_characters: Must not exceed 50 characters
too_few_items: At least %{min_items} item(s) is required
must_contain_at_least_one_subnote: Must contain at least one Sub Note
must_contain_at_least_one_language: Must contain at least one Language
invalid_value: Invalid value '%{value}'. Must be one of '%{valid_set}'
wrong_type: Must be a %{desired_type} (you provided a %{actual_type})
must_be_one_of: Must be one of %{allowed_types} (you provided a %{actual_type})
id_already_in_use: That ID is already in use
username_already_in_use: Username '%{username}' is already in use
cant_be_empty: can't be empty
password_did_not_match: Entered value didn't match password
group_code_already_in_use: Group code must be unique within a repository
one_or_more_required_(or_enter_a_title): one or more required (or enter a Title)
must_not_be_an_empty_string_(or_enter_a_date): must not be an empty string (or enter a Date)
is_required_when__source__is_blank: is required when 'Source' is blank
is_required_when__rules__is_blank: is required when 'Rules' is blank
is_required_if_there_is_an_authority_id: is required if there is an 'Authority ID'
you_must_provide_a_label__title_or_date: you must provide a Label, Title or Date
location_fields_error: >
You must either specify a barcode, a classification, or both a coordinate 1 label and coordinate 1 indicator
location_must_be_unique_within_a_record: Must be unique within a record
location_cannot_be_deleted_if_linked: Location Record is currently linked to one or more Instance records and cannot be deleted. Please link these instances to new locations before deleting the location record.
cannot_be_previous_if_location_is_not_temporary: Cannot transfer to previous if the location is not temporary.
authority_id_must_be_unique: Authority ID is already in use
either_type_1_or_barcode_is_required: A container must contain Container 1 Type or Barcode.
must_be_a_number_with_no_more_than_nine_digits_and_five_decimal_places: Must be a number with no more than nine digits and five decimal places.
container_2_requires_both_a_type_and_indicator: You must provide an Indicator if you provide a Type
container_3_requires_both_a_type_and_indicator: You must provide an Indicator if you provide a Type
container_2_is_required_if_container_3_is_provided: You must provide a Child Container if you provide a Grandchild Container
a_barcode_must_be_unique_within_a_repository: A barcode must be unique within a repository
container_profile_name_not_unique: Container Profile name must be unique
must_be_a_number_with_no_more_than_2_decimal_places: Must be a number with no more than 2 decimal places
length_must_be_within_the_range_set_in_configuration: Length must be within the range set in configuration
is_required_if_status_is_previous: is required if 'Status' is 'Previous'
location_profile_name_not_unique: Location Profile name must be unique
must_be_a_positive_integer: Must be a positive integer
must_be_unique_to_its_level_in_the_tree: This value must be unique for this level of the hierarchy
short_name_already_in_use: The repository short name must be unique within this ArchivesSpace
custom_report_template_name_not_unique: The custom report template's name must be unique.
custom_report_must_include_field_or_subreport: The custom report template must include at least one field or subreport.
missing_filter_values: Selected to filter results by field but no value(s) given
must_be_a_valid_email_address: Email address field must contain a valid address
repo_set_desc_required: Repository set description is required for creating an OAI repository set
repo_set_name_required: Repository set name is required for creating an OAI repository set
is_not_present: Required field missing
must_be_a_valid_email_address: Must contain a valid address
sponsor_set_desc_required: Sponsor set description is required for creating an OAI sponsor set
sponsor_set_name_required: Sponsor set name is required for creating an OAI sponsor set
invalid_characters: Contains invalid characters
job:
_singular: Background Job
_plural: Background Jobs
job_type: Job Type
types:
print_to_pdf_job: Generate PDF
report_job: Create Report
container_labels_job: Container Labels
container_conversion_job: Create Report
import_job: Import Data
generate_slugs_job: Generate Slugs in Bulk
generate_arks_job: Generate ARKs in Bulk
find_and_replace_job: Batch Find and Replace (Beta)
trim_whitespace_job: Trim Whitespace
unknown_job_type: Unknown job type
status: Status
status_completed: Completed
status_queued: Queued
status_running: Running
status_failed: Failed
status_canceled: Canceled
time_submitted: Time Submitted
time_started: Time Started
time_finished: Time Completed
owner: Owner
show_description: Show Description
report_job:
report_type: Report Type
format: Format
import_job:
_singular: Import Job
filenames: Files
import_type: Import Type
import_type_ead_xml: EAD
import_type_assessment_csv: Assessment CSV
import_type_accession_csv: Accession CSV
import_type_digital_object_csv: Digital Object CSV
import_type_eac_xml: EAC
import_type_location_csv: Location CSV
import_type_marcxml: MarcXML (Resource)
import_type_marcxml_accession: MarcXML (Accession)
import_type_marcxml_subjects_and_agents: MarcXML (Subjects and Agents Only)
find_and_replace_job:
_singular: Find and Replace Job
find: String to find
replace: Replacement string
jsonmodel_type: Record or subrecord type
record_type: Record or subrecord type
property: Target property
base_record_uri: Base Record URI
print_to_pdf_job:
include_unpublished: Include Unpublished
source: Source
trim_whitespace_job:
description: Removes leading and trailing whitespace from titles for resources, accessions, digital objects, archival objects, and digital object components.
advanced_search:
type:
text: Text
date: Date
boolean: Boolean
controlled_value: Controlled Value
text:
keyword: Keyword
title: Title
creators: Creator
notes: Notes
subjects: Subject
identifier: Identifier
created_by: Created by
last_modified_by: Last modified by
boolean:
published: Published?
suppressed: Suppressed?
date:
create_time: Created
user_mtime: Updated
system_info:
frontend: Frontend UI
backend: Backend
frontend_info: Frontend System Information
frontend_log: Frontend Log
backend_info: Backend System Information
backend_log: Backend Log
resource_component:
_singular: Resource Component
largetree:
reparent_error:
title: Unable to perform move
message: The move has been disallowed as a parent cannot become its own child.
rights_statement_act: &rights_statement_act_attributes
_singular: Act
_plural: Acts
act_type: Act Type
act_type_tooltip: |
<p>The action this rights statement allows.</p>
restriction: Restriction
restriction_tooltip: |
<p>A condition or limitation on the act.</p>
<p>Examples:</p>
<ul>
<li>No more than three</li>
<li>Allowed only after one year of archival retention has elapsed</li>
<li>Rightsholder must be notified after completion of act</li>
</ul>
start_date: Start Date
start_date_tooltip: |
<p>The date the act went into effect.</p>
end_date: End Date
end_date_tooltip: |
<p>The date the act ends.</p>
act:
<<: *rights_statement_act_attributes
oai:
sample_page:
title: "%{oai_repository_name} - Sample OAI-PMH requests"
introduction: "<p>Sample Requests Using the Open Archives Initiative Protocol for Metadata Harvesting (OAI-PMH v 2.0).</p>"
form_header: Send a '%{verb}' request
form_submit: Submit
assessment:
records: Records
records_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD: A link to the resource(s), accession(s), archival object(s), or digital object(s) that are the subjects of the assessment.</p>
accession_report: Accession Report
appraisal: Appraisal
container_list: Box/Container List
catalog_record: Catalog Record (MARC)
collections: Collections
control_file: Collection/Control File
conservation_note: Conservation Note
conservation_note_tooltip: <p>Indicates areas of particular concern with regard to the conservation needs of the collection.</p>
deed_of_gift: Deed of Gift
existing_description_notes: Existing Description Notes
existing_description_notes_tooltip: <p>Any further information on existing description for the materials.</p>
finding_aid_ead: Finding Aid (EAD-encoding)
finding_aid_online: Finding Aid (online)
finding_aid_paper: Finding Aid (paper only)
finding_aid_word: Finding Aid (word processing document)
finding_aid_spreadsheet: Finding Aid (spreadsheet)
id: ID
inactive: Inactive?
inactive_tooltip: <p>Indicates if the Assessment record is no longer considered “active” and thus should not be included in searches or reports.</p>
inactive_true: "Yes"
inactive_false: "No"
monetary_value: Monetary Value
monetary_value_tooltip: <p>Appraised or estimated market value of the assessed materials (numerical value).</p>
monetary_value_note: Monetary Value Note
monetary_value_note_tooltip: <p>Indicates who provided the monetary value, date of appraisal, and any other relevant information.</p>
surveyed_by: Surveyed By
surveyed_by_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD: Name(s) of the person(s) who performed the assessment. This field is restricted to those with user records in ArchivesSpace.</p>
survey_begin: Survey Begin Date
survey_begin_tooltip: |
<p>REQUIRED FIELD: The date the survey began, in yyyy-mm-dd format.</p>
survey_end: Survey Completed Date
survey_end_tooltip: <p>The date the survey ended, in yyyy-mm-dd format.</p>
surveyed_duration: Time it took to Complete Survey
surveyed_duration_tooltip: <p>The time it took to complete the survey, measured in hour increments.</p>
surveyed_extent: Extent Surveyed
surveyed_extent_tooltip: <p>The extent of the material surveyed in units such as cubic or linear feet.</p>
related_eac_records: Related EAC Record(s)
research_value: Research Value
research_value_tooltip: <p>This value is automatically calculated by adding the value in the Documentation Quality field with the value in the Interest field.</p>
review_required: Review Required?
review_required_tooltip: <p>Indicates if review is required for the collection because of its format, subject matter, or circumstances.</p>
review_required_true: "Yes"
review_required_false: "No"
review_note: Review Note
review_note_tooltip: <p>Explanation of the outcome of any special review.</p>
reviewer: Who Needs to Review
reviewer_tooltip: <p>Indicates who needs to perform the review. This field is restricted to those with user records in ArchivesSpace.</p>
purpose: Purpose of Assessment
purpose_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates the reason the assessment was undertaken. Examples: conservation priorities; processing priorities; appraisal; etc.</p>
scope: Scope of Assessment
scope_tooltip: |
<p>Indicates the scope of the assessment. Examples: 10% sampling; entirety; a particular format or genre within or across collections; or other constraints or conditions on materials actively reviewed during an assessment.</p>
sensitive_material: Sensitive Material?
sensitive_material_tooltip: <p>Indicates whether sensitive materials are present.</p>
sensitive_material_true: "Yes"
sensitive_material_false: "No"
general_assessment_note: General Assessment Note
general_assessment_note_tooltip: <p>Any further notes on an assessment.</p>
special_format_note: Special Format Note
special_format_note_tooltip: <p>Additional or explanatory information about the special formats present.</p>
exhibition_value_note: Exhibition Value Note
exhibition_value_note_tooltip: <p>Indicates whether the collection itself or individual items found in the collection might be especially appropriate for exhibition. For example, this field might note a unique artifact or a letter or photograph of historical significance.</p>
rating_attributes_value:
rating_none: No Rating
rating_1: "1"
rating_2: "2"
rating_3: "3"
rating_4: "4"
rating_5: "5"
rating_note: "%{label} Note"
_singular: Assessment
_plural: Assessments
assessment_attribute:
rating:
"Reformatting Readiness": Reformatting Readiness
"Reformatting Readiness_tooltip": <p>A rating from 1 to 5 that indicates how easily materials can be reformatted.</p>
"Housing Quality": Housing Quality
"Housing Quality_tooltip": <p>A rating from 1 to 5 intended to describe the overall quality of housing of the materials in a collection; items or groups of materials within a collection may be in better or poorer housing than what the overall rating indicates.</p>
"Physical Condition": Physical Condition
"Physical Condition_tooltip": <p>A rating from 1 to 5 intended to describe the overall condition of the materials in a collection; items or groups of materials of particular concern will be indicated in the conservation note.</p>
"Physical Access (arrangement)": Physical Access (arrangement)
"Physical Access (arrangement)_tooltip": <p>A rating from 1 to 5 that applies to a collection’s physical arrangement, taking into account the complexity and size of collection. For example, a small, relatively homogenous collection in rough order is generally more physically accessible than a large, heterogeneous collection in rough order, and the ratings will reflect that fact. (Note that arrangement to the item level may not be desirable for many collections; a rating of 4 may be the top rating that is desirable for a collection.)</p>
"Intellectual Access (description)": Intellectual Access (description)
"Intellectual Access (description)_tooltip": <p>A rating from 1 to 5 that applies to a collection's intellectual description and the accessibility of that description to users.</p>
"Interest": Interest
"Interest_tooltip": <p>A rating from 1 to 5 that indicates researcher, donor, or local interest in the materials. Interest + Documentation Quality create the "Research Value" score.</p>
"Documentation Quality": Documentation Quality
"Documentation Quality_tooltip": <p>A rating from 1 to 5 that applies to the richness and depth of documentation available in a collection. Interest + Documentation Quality create the "Research Value" score.</p>
"Documentation Quality_values_tooltip": "<ul><li><b>Rating 1</b>: Slight</li><li><b>Rating 2</b>: Incidentally valuable</li><li><b>Rating 3</b>: Moderately rich</li><li><b>Rating 4</b>: Rich</li><li><b>Rating 5</b>: Very rich</li></ul>"
"Housing Quality_values_tooltip": "<ul><li><b>Rating 1</b>: Collection housed in non‐archival boxes, might have items loose on the shelf. Majority of material is not in folders and/or boxes are overstuffed or understuffed. For bound volumes, binding is in poor condition, lacking boards or otherwise compromising the text block.</li><li><b>Rating 2</b>: Collection housed in non‐archival boxes and folders. Significant number of boxes and folders might have unreasonable amount of material in them or are not the correct size and type for the materials they house. For bound volumes, binding is in fair condition (boards might be detached).</li><li><b>Rating 3</b>: Collection housed in non‐archival boxes and folders but they are in good condition. Most boxes and folders have reasonable amount of material in them. Most boxes and folders are correct size and type for the materials they house. For bound volumes, binding is in good condition (somewhat the worse for wear yet intact).</li><li><b>Rating 4</b>: Collection housed partially in acid‐free boxes and folders in good condition. Most boxes and folders have reasonable amount of material in them. Most boxes and folders are correct size and type for the materials they house. For bound volumes, binding is in very good condition (expected wear).</li><li><b>Rating 5</b>: Collection housed completely in acid‐free boxes and folders in good condition. Boxes and folders have reasonable amount of material in them. Boxes and folders are correct size and type for the materials they house. For bound volumes, binding is in excellent condition.</li></ul>"
"Intellectual Access (description)_values_tooltip": "<ul><li><b>Rating 1</b>: Researcher has no access to collection: Internal documentation such as a donor/control file or brief or inaccessible accession record serves as the only description of the collection. While such internal documentation may vary in quantity and quality, by its nature it is inaccessible to researchers.</li><li><b>Rating 2</b>: Researcher has poor access to collection: Collection has no finding aid or a substandard finding aid. The collection has printed catalog cards or another type of offline collection‐level description, but no collection‐level MARC record in the OPAC or a national bibliographic utility. Collection has no finding aid or a substandard finding aid. The collection has a MARC record in the OPAC or national bibliographic utility, but that does not provide sufficient access because it is a large or complex collection. In either case, the collection may be described in other online or offline sources available to researchers, but because of the complexity of the collection or the inadequacy of the sources, this provides insufficient access.</li><li><b>Rating 3</b>: Researcher has fair access to collection: The finding aid is substandard or there is no finding aid. There is a collection‐level MARC record for the collection in the institutionʹs OPAC and/or in a national bibliographic utility such as OCLC. In the absence of a full MARC record, there is another type of online collection‐level description. The collection‐level description in online or offline sources available to researchers provides sufficient access because it is a small or straightforward collection.</li><li><b>Rating 4</b>: Researcher has good access to collection: There is a good finding aid, but it is not available online. There is a collection‐level MARC record for the collection in the institutionʹs OPAC and/or in a national bibliographic utility such as OCLC. There is a good finding aid, online or offline, but there is no collection‐level MARC record for the collection in the institutionʹs OPAC and/or in a national bibliographic utility such as OCLC. Given the quality of the finding aid, the finding aid alone provides good access. In both cases, the collection may also be described in other online or offline sources that are available to researchers.</li><li><b>Rating 5</b>: Researcher has excellent access to collection: There is a good online finding aid (EAD,HTML, PDF, or other format). There is a collection‐level MARC record for the collection in the institutionʹs OPAC and/or in a national bibliographic utility such as OCLC. The collection may also be described in other online or offline sources that are available to researchers (such as a printed or online guide to collections).</li></ul>"
"Interest_values_tooltip": "<ul><li><b>Rating 1</b>: Negligible</li><li><b>Rating 2</b>: Slight</li><li><b>Rating 3</b>: Moderate</li><li><b>Rating 4</b>: High</li><li><b>Rating 5</b>: Very high</li></ul>"
"Physical Access (arrangement)_values_tooltip": "<ul><li><b>Rating 1</b>: Totally unarranged; many, sometimes most, documents not yet removed from envelopes, unfolded, and flattened. Completely inaccessible to researcher.</li><li><b>Rating 2</b>: Partial or superficial arrangement and/or non‐standard housing and labeling discourage use except with special staff assistance.</li><li><b>Rating 3</b>: Rough arrangement by date, document type, function, source, or other characteristic; papers not thoroughly screened, but have been unfolded and flattened; series not fully established; files not fully established; researchers often must work through voluminous extraneous material to locate pertinent items. Single volumes might havehad more than one use, or have items pasted in or otherwise be somewhat disorganized.</li><li><b>Rating 4</b>: Arrangement in series to file level. There is generally good order within the files. Single volumes are orderly (i.e. an account book in alphabetical order or a neat scrapbook in thematic order).</li><li><b>Rating 5</b>: Full arrangement to item level in series and, as appropriate, subseries. Single volumes are orderly and indexed (i.e. chronological accounts with a name index).</li></ul>"
"Physical Condition_values_tooltip": "<ul><li><b>Rating 1</b>: Poor: Significant damage/deterioration that makes collection difficult to use.</li><li><b>Rating 2</b>: Fair: Somewhat worse than expected deterioration with some further deterioration possible.</li><li><b>Rating 3</b>: Good: Expected deterioration with some further deterioration possible.</li><li><b>Rating 4</b>: Very good: Little damage with some further deterioration possible, due to the mixed quality of the material.</li><li><b>Rating 5</b>: Excellent: Little damage with no further deterioration expected, based on the high quality of the material.</li></ul>"
"Reformatting Readiness_values_tooltip": "<ul><li><b>Rating 1</b>: Materials would be extremely difficult to reformat. They might have serious conservation issues, be in an extremely obsolete format, or have intellectual property concerns that restrict reformatting. Metadata might be missing or incomplete.</li><li><b>Rating 2</b>: Materials would be difficult to reformat. They might have conservation issues, be in an obsolete format, or have some intellectual property concerns. Metadata might be missing or incomplete.</li><li><b>Rating 3</b>: Materials would be moderately easy to reformat. They may have some conservation issues, be in an obsolete format, or have monimal intellectual property concerns. Metadata is present or could be created easily.</li><li><b>Rating 4</b>: Materials would be relatively easy to reformat. Conservation issues are minor, formats are not completely obsolete, or there are minimal intellectual property concerns. Metadata is present.</li><li><b>Rating 5</b>: Materials could be reformatted with no difficulty. There are no conservation issues, formats are recent, or there are no intellectual property concerns. Metadata is present and complete.</li></ul>"
"Documentation Quality_note_tooltip": "Further information on the documentation quality of the materials."
"Housing Quality_note_tooltip": "Indicates areas of particular concern with regard to the housing of the collection."
"Intellectual Access_note_tooltip": "Further information on intellectual access to and description of the materials."
"Interest_note_tooltip": "Further information on interest in the materials."
"Physical Access_note_tooltip": "Further information on physical access to and arrangement of the materials."
"Physical Condition_note_tooltip": "Indicates areas of particular concern with regard to the physical condition of the collection."
"Reformatting Readiness_note_tooltip": "Indicates areas of concern with regard to the potential digitization or other reformatting of the materials. "
format:
"Architectural Materials": Architectural Materials
"Art Originals": Art Originals
"Artifacts": Artifacts
"Audio Materials": Audio Materials
"Biological Specimens": Biological Specimens
"Botanical Specimens": Botanical Specimens
"Computer Storage Units": Computer Storage Units
"Film (negative, slide, or motion picture)": Film (negative, slide, or motion picture)
"Glass": Glass
"Photographs": Photographs
"Scrapbooks": Scrapbooks
"Technical Drawings & Schematics": Technical Drawings & Schematics
"Textiles": Textiles
"Vellum & Parchment": Vellum & Parchment
"Video Materials": Video Materials
"Other": Other
conservation_issue:
"Potential Mold or Mold Damage": Potential Mold or Mold Damage
"Recent Pest Damage": Recent Pest Damage
"Deteriorating Film Base": Deteriorating Film Base
"Brittle Paper": Brittle Paper
"Metal Fasteners": Metal Fasteners
"Newspaper": Newspaper
"Tape": Tape
"Heat-Sensitive Paper": Heat-Sensitive Paper
"Water Damage": Water Damage
custom_report_template:
name: Name
description: Description
record_type: Record Type
display: Display?
narrow_by: Narrow By?
values: Values
value: Value
"true": "Yes"
"false": "No"
start_date: Start Date
end_date: End Date
field: Field
_singular: Custom Report Template
_plural: Custom Report Templates
repository_oai:
oai_is_disabled_tooltip: OAI is disabled tooltip
oai_sets_available_tooltip: OAI sets available tooltip
oai_config:
oai_record_prefix_tooltip: OAI Record Prefix Tooltip
oai_admin_email_tooltip: OAI Admin Email tooltip
oai_repository_name_tooltip: OAI Repository name tooltip
repo_set_name_tooltip: Repo Set name tooltip
repo_set_section_tooltip: Repo Set section tooltip
repo_set_description_tooltip: Repo set description tooltip
sponsor_set_name_tooltip: Sponsor set name tooltip
sponsor_set_names_tooltip: Sponsor set names tooltip
sponsor_set_description_tooltip: Sponsor set description tooltip
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