File naming and identification
Outsourced XML files will return with an empty <eadid> element nested within the <eadheader>. EADID requires a formatted string for its content prior to sending the file to the TARO production server.* The content format remains the same whether you are tagging to the EAD 1.0 or EAD 2002 specification.
FOR: Baylor, Rice, Texas A&M, Texas Tech, University of Houston and UT Austin repositories . . .
The content for <eadid> needs to follow
FOR: African American Library at the Gregory School, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary, San Jacinto Museum of History, Austin History Center, Dallas Pubic Library, Daughters of the Republic of Texas Library at the Alamo, Houston Academy of Medicine-Texas Medical Center, Houston Public Library, M. D. Anderson Cancer Center, Old Jail Art Center, San Antonio Municipal Archives, Southern Methodist University, Texas General Land Office Archives and Records, Texas Southern University, Texas State Library, Texas State University San Marcus, Texas Womens University, UT Arlington, UT Health Science Center San Antonio, UT Human Rights Documentation Initiative, UT Medical Branch, UT San Antonio, University North Texas, University of St. Thomas repositories, Haines Medical Library, UT Tyler, Trinity University, Tyrrell Historical Library, UNT Music Collection, East Texas Research Center, Lamar University, . . .
The name you give each XML file must coincide
with the last five digits of the URN in the <eadid> of that
file. In this example, if the urn is:
. . . then you would name the XML file -- 00012.xml
*EAD 2002 also requires the presence of certain attributes for <eadid>.
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