ONIX for Serials

Codelists Issue 7

20 June 2014

Layout of codelists

This document contains ONIX for Serials codelists Issue 7, arranged in a single table for reference and printing.

Codelists are now being revised more frequently. In order to reduce the effort required to maintain the documentation, this document is available in HTML rather than as previously in PDF. For details of which code list to use with which data element in each ONIX for Serials message, please consult the main Format Specifications.

The complete set of codelist entries is also available in comma-separated and XML formats.

Codelist headers

These are laid out with four columns:

  1. Codelist number;
  2. List name;
  3. Guidance notes on which XML elements the codelist or subset is used to validate;
  4. The number of the codelist Issue in which the list was added. Zero for all lists which were added before Issue 1 and for any lists for which values have not yet been assigned.

Codelist entries

These are laid out in six columns:

  1. Code value
  2. Code label
  3. Notes on the meaning and usage of the code value
  4. The number of the Codelist Issue in which the entry was first added. Zero for all lists which were added before Issue 1.
  5. The number of the Codelist Issue in which the description or notes were most recently revised, and blank for entries that have never needed revision
  6. Guidance on the subsets the codes are included in

Color coding

Text in blue highlights revised notes. Text in red highlights new entries in this Issue.

Codelists Issue 7

Value Label Notes Iss Rev Sub
List 1SNotification or update type codeA – NotificationTypeCode
B – ContentItemDateRoleCode
B – ReleaseNotificationTypeCode
0
00Unspecified0A
05DeleteUsed to send an instruction to delete a record which was previously issued.0A
06New0A
07UpdateComplete replacement for a previously issued record.0A
10Notice of serial releaseNotice of serial release with a confirmed release date.1B
11Advance notice of serial releaseAdvance notice of serial release with a provisional release date.1B
89Test recordRecord may be processed for test purposes, but data should be discarded. Sender must ensure the <RecordReference> does not match any previously-sent live product record.7A
List 3Record source type codeSourceTypeCode1
00Unspecified1
01Publisher1
02Publisher’s distributor1
03Wholesaler1
04Bibliographic agency1
05Library bookseller1
06Publisher’s sales agent1
List 4Subscription product identifier typeSubscriptionProductIDTypeCode1
01ProprietaryFor example, a publisher’s or subscription agent’s product number.1
List 5SProduct identifier type codeReleaseIDTypeCode
A – SRNMonographIDTypeCode
B – ContentItemIDTypeCode
1
01ProprietaryFor example, a publisher’s or subscription agent’s catalog number.1AB
02ISBN-10International Standard Book Number, pre-2007, unhyphenated (10 characters) – now DEPRECATED in ONIX except where providing historical information for compatibility with legacy systems. It should only be used in relation to products published before 2007 – when ISBN-13 superseded it – and should never be used as the ONLY identifier (it should always be accompanied by the correct GTIN-13 / ISBN-13).14A
03GTIN-13GS1 Global Trade Item Number, formerly known as EAN article number (13 digits).14A
06DOIDigital Object Identifier (variable length and character set).1AB
10SICISerial Item and Contribution Identifier.1B
15ISBN-13International Standard Book Number, from 2007, unhyphenated (13 digits starting 978 or 9791–9799).1A
18ISRCInternational Standard Recording Code.2B
19ISANInternational Standard Audiovisual Number.2B
List 7SProduct form codeContentItemFormCode
ReleaseFormCode
ResourceFormCode
A – SerialVersionFormCode
1
DGElectronic book textElectronic book text in proprietary or open standard format.1
JBPrinted serial1A
JCSerial distributed electronically by carrierSerial distributed electronically by CD-ROM or other physical carrier.1A
JDElectronic serial distributed online1A
MAMicroformMicroform – detail unspecified.1A
MBMicrofiche1A
MCMicrofilmRoll microfilm.1A
WACollection of electronic book textsElectronic book texts in proprietary or open standard format.4
WBCollection of mixed electronic book texts and electronic journalsMultiple items are either electronic book texts, journals on an electronic carrier or journals accessed online.4
List 11SEpublication format codeEpubFormatCode1.00
01HTML0
02PDF0
07XML0
08SGML0
10ASCII‘.TXT’ file format.0
12LaTEX0
13TEX[Previously misallocated code 11.]1
List 13SSeries identifier type codeSeriesIDTypeCode1
01ProprietaryFor example, publisher’s own series ID.1
02ISSNInternational Standard Serial Number, unhyphenated, 8 digits.1
06DOIDigital Object Identifier (variable length and character set).1
15ISBN-13Use only where the collection (series or set) is available as a single product.5
List 14Text case flagTextCaseCode1
00Undefined1
01Sentence case1
02Title case1
03All capitals1
List 15STitle type codeTitleTypeCode
A – SerialWorkTitleTypeCode
A – SRNMonographTitleTypeCode
B – ContentItemTitleTypeCode
0
00Undefined0AB
01Distinctive title (book); Cover title (serial); Title on item (serial content item or reviewed resource)The full text of the cover title of a serial, or the title on a serial content item or a reviewed resource, without abbreviation or abridgement.0AB
02ISSN key title of serial0
03Title in original languageWhere the subject of the ONIX record is a translated item.0
04Title acronym or initialismAn acronym or initialism of Title Type 01, eg “JAMA”, “JACM”.0
05Abbreviated titleAn abbreviated form of Title Type 01.0
06Title in other languageA translation of Title Type 01 into another language.0
09Sender’s catalog titleThe title of a serial taken from the sender’s product catalog.0A
List 16SWork identifier type codeSerialWorkIDTypeCode1
01Proprietary1
06DOIDigital Object Identifier (variable length and character set).1
08CODEN6 characters.1
11ISTCInternational Standard Text Code (16 characters: numerals and letters A-F, unhyphenated).1
16ISSN-LLinking ISSN (previously known as medium-neutral ISSN), 8 digits, unhyphenated.2
List 17Contributor role codeContributorRoleCode2
A01By (author)Author of a textual work.2
A02WithWith or as told to: ‘ghost’ author of a literary work.2
A03Screenplay byWriter of screenplay or script (film or video).2
A04Libretto byWriter of libretto (opera): see also A31.2
A05Lyrics byAuthor of lyrics (song): see also A31.2
A06By (composer)Composer of music.2
A07By (artist)Visual artist when named as the primary creator of, eg, a book of reproductions of artworks.2
A08By (photographer)Photographer when named as the primary creator of, eg, a book of photographs.2
A09Created by2
A10From an idea by2
A11Designed by2
A12Illustrated byArtist when named as the creator of artwork which illustrates a text, or of the artwork of a graphic novel or comic book.2
A13Photographs byPhotographer when named as the creator of photographs which illustrate a text.2
A14Text byAuthor of text which accompanies art reproductions or photographs, or which is part of a graphic novel or comic book.2
A15Preface byAuthor of preface.2
A16Prologue byAuthor of prologue.2
A17Summary byAuthor of summary.2
A18Supplement byAuthor of supplement.2
A19Afterword byAuthor of afterword.2
A20Notes byAuthor of notes or annotations: see also A29.2
A21Commentaries byAuthor of commentaries on the main text.2
A22Epilogue byAuthor of epilogue.2
A23Foreword byAuthor of foreword.2
A24Introduction byAuthor of introduction: see also A29.2
A25Footnotes byAuthor/compiler of footnotes.2
A26Memoir byAuthor of memoir accompanying main text.2
A27Experiments byPerson who carried out experiments reported in the text.2
A29Introduction and notes byAuthor of introduction and notes: see also A20 and A24.2
A30Software written byWriter of computer programs ancillary to the text.2
A31Book and lyrics byAuthor of the textual content of a musical drama: see also A04 and A05.2
A32Contributions byAuthor of additional contributions to the text.2
A33Appendix byAuthor of appendix.2
A34Index byCompiler of index.2
A35Drawings by2
A36Cover design or artwork byUse also for the cover artist of a graphic novel or comic book if named separately.2
A37Preliminary work byResponsible for preliminary work on which the work is based.2
A38Original authorAuthor of the first edition (usually of a standard work) who is not an author of the current edition.2
A39Maps byMaps drawn or otherwise contributed by.2
A40Inked or colored byWhen separate persons are named as having respectively drawn and colored artwork, eg for a graphic novel or comic book, use A12 for ‘drawn by’ and A40 for ‘colored by’.2
A41Pop-ups byDesigner of pop-ups in a pop-up book, who may be different from the illustrator.2
A42Continued byUse where a standard work is being continued by somebody other than the original author.2
A43Interviewer2
A44Interviewee2
A99Other primary creatorOther type of primary creator not specified above.2
B01Edited by2
B02Revised by2
B03Retold by2
B04Abridged by2
B05Adapted by2
B06Translated by2
B07As told by2
B08Translated with commentary byThis code applies where a translator has provided a commentary on issues relating to the translation. If the translator has also provided a commentary on the work itself, codes B06 and A21 should be used.2
B09Series edited byName of a series editor when the product belongs to a series.2
B10Edited and translated by2
B11Editor-in-chief2
B12Guest editor2
B13Volume editor2
B14Editorial board member2
B15Editorial coordination by2
B16Managing editor2
B17Founded byUsually the founder editor of a serial publication: Begruendet von.2
B18Prepared for publication by2
B19Associate editor2
B20Consultant editorUse also for ‘advisory editor’.2
B21General editor2
B22Dramatized by2
B23General rapporteurIn Europe, an expert editor who takes responsibility for the legal content of a collaborative law volume.2
B24Literary editorAn editor who is responsible for establishing the text used in an edition of a literary work, where this is recognised as a distinctive role (in Spain, ‘editor literario’).2
B25Arranged by (music)2
B26Technical editor5
B99Other adaptation byOther type of adaptation or editing not specified above.2
C01Compiled by2
C02Selected by2
C99Other compilation byOther type of compilation not specified above.2
D01Producer2
D02Director2
D03ConductorConductor of a musical performance.2
D99Other direction byOther type of direction not specified above.2
E01Actor2
E02Dancer2
E03Narrator2
E04Commentator2
E05Vocal soloistSinger etc.2
E06Instrumental soloist2
E07Read byReader of recorded text, as in an audiobook.2
E08Performed by (orchestra, band, ensemble)Name of a musical group in a performing role.2
E09SpeakerOf a speech, lecture etc.5
E99Performed byOther type of performer not specified above: use for a recorded performance which does not fit a category above, eg a performance by a stand-up comedian.2
F01Filmed/photographed by2
F99Other recording byOther type of recording not specified above.2
Z01Assisted byMay be associated with any contributor role, and placement should therefore be controlled by contributor sequence numbering.2
Z99OtherOther creative responsibility not falling within A to F above.2
List 18Person / organization name typeNameTypeCode2
00Unspecified2
01PseudonymMay be used to give a well-known pseudonym, where the primary name is a ‘real’ name.2
02Authority-controlled name2
03Earlier name2
04‘Real’ nameMay be used to identify a well-known real name, where the primary name is a pseudonym.4
05Transliterated form of primary name6
List 19SUnnamed person(s)UnnamedPersonsCode2
01Unknown2
02Anonymous2
03et alAnd others: when some but not all contributors are listed.2
04Various authorsWhen there are multiple authors, and none are listed.2
List 22SLanguage role codeLanguageRoleCode2
01Language of text2
02Original language of a translated textWhere the text in the original language is NOT part of the current text.2
03Language of abstractsWhere different from language of text.2
06Original language in a multilingual editionWhere the text in the original language is part of a bilingual or multilingual edition.2
07Translated language in a multilingual editionWhere the text in a translated language is part of a bilingual or multilingual edition.2
08Language of audio trackFor example, on a DVD.2
09Language of subtitlesFor example, on a DVD.2
List 23SExtent type codeExtentTypeCode2
01Text lengthThe length of a piece of text, expressed in the specified extent unit.2
09DurationDuration in time, expressed in the specified extent unit.2
22FilesizeThe size of a digital file, expressed in the specified extent unit.2
List 24Extent unit codeExtentUnitCode2
01CharactersCharacters of text.2
02WordsWords of natural language text.2
03Pages2
04Hours (integer and decimals)2
05Minutes (integer and decimals)2
06Seconds (integer only)2
07Days2
11Tracks2
14Hours HHHFill with leading zeroes if any elements are missing.5
15Hours and minutes HHHMMFill with leading zeroes if any elements are missing.5
16Hours minutes seconds HHHMMSSFill with leading zeroes if any elements are missing.2
17Bytes2
18Kbytes2
19Mbytes2
List 27SSubject scheme identifier codeSubjectSchemeIdentifierCode2
01DeweyDewey Decimal Classification.7
03LC classificationUS Library of Congress classification.2
04LC subject headingUS Library of Congress subject heading.2
05NLM classificationUS National Library of Medicine medical classification.2
06MeSH headingUS National Library of Medicine Medical subject heading.2
07NAL subject headingUS National Agricultural Library subject heading.2
08AATGetty Art and Architecture Thesaurus heading.2
09UDCUniversal Decimal Classification.7
24Proprietary subject schemeAs specified in <SubjectSchemeName>.2
62CSHNational Library of Canada subject heading (English).2
63RVMRépertoire de vedettes-matière (Bibliothèque et Archives Canada et Bibliothèque de l’Université Laval) (French).2
A5RameauFrench library classification.7
A7ISICInternational Standard Industry Classification, a classification of economic activities. Use for serials that are about a particular industry or economic activity. See ‘http://unstats.un.org/unsd/cr/registry/isic- 4.asp’. Subject code should be a single letter denoting an ISIC section OR a 2-, 3- or 4-digit number denoting an ISIC division, group or class.7
List 33SOther text type codeA – TextTypeCode
B – ContributorAnnotationTypeCode
2
00Unspecified2B
13Biographical noteA biographical note referring to a contributor to a content item.2B
35Promotional textPromotional text referring to a content item.2AB
36AbstractAn abstract of a content item.2A
37Included matter noteA note describing material included in a content item (eg “Includes photographs”).2A
38Designation as part of a serieseg ‘5th in a series of articles about…’.2A
39ReferencesReferences (citations) that are included in a content item (not references to a content item).2A
List 34SText format codeTextFormatCode1
02HTMLOther than XHTML.15
03XMLOther than XHTML.15
05XHTML1
06Default text formatDefault: text in the encoding declared at the head of the message or in the XML default (UTF-8 or UTF-16) if there is no explicit declaration.15
07Basic ASCII textPlain text containing no tags of any kind, except for the tags &amp; and &lt; that XML insists must be used to represent ampersand and less-than characters in text; and with the character set limited to the ASCII range, i.e. valid UTF-8 characters whose character number lies between 32 (space) and 126 (tilde).15
List 44SName code typeA – LocationIDAgencyCode
A – NameIDTypeCode
A – PartyIDTypeCode
C – ImprintIDTypeCode
C – OnlineServiceIDTypeCode
D – PublisherAgentIDType
0
01Proprietary06ACDE
02ProprietaryDeprecated duplicate allocation – use 01.1B
06GLNGS1 global location number (formerly EAN location number).1ABD
07SANBook trade Standard Address Number – US, UK etc.0ABD
08MARC21 organization codeMARC code list for organizations – see ‘http://www.loc.gov/marc/organizations/orgshome.html’0AB
09ISILInternational Standard Identifier for Libraries and Related Organizations – ISO 15511.0AB
16ISNIInternational Standard Name Identifier. See ‘http://www.isni.org/’.6ACDE
21ORCIDOpen Researcher and Contributor ID. See ‘http://www.orcid.org/’.6E
26DUNSDunn and Bradstreet Universal Numbering System, see ‘www.dnb.co.uk/dandb-duns-number’.6A
27Ringgold IDRinggold organizational identifier, see ‘http://www.ringgold.com/pages/identify.html’.6AD
List 45SPublishing role codeReviewedResourcePublishingRoleCode
A – HostedCollectionPublishingRoleCode
A – OnlineServicePublishingRoleCode
A – SPSOnlinePublishingRoleCode
B – SPSDefaultPublisherPublishingRoleCode
C – SerialVersionPublishingRoleCode
C – SerialWorkPublishingRoleCode
C – SRNMonographPublishingRoleCode
0
01Publisher0BC
02Co-publisher1C
05Host/distributor of electronic content0A
06Published for/on behalf of1C
07Published in association withUse also for “Published in cooperation with”.1C
List 55SDate formatDateFormatCode
B – ContributorDateFormatCode
C – ContentItemDateFormatCode
C – ReleaseDateFormatCode
D – ConferenceDateFormatCode
0
00YYYYMMDDYear month day (default).0ABCD
01YYYYMMYear and month.0AB
02YYYYWWYear and week number.0A
03YYYYQYear and quarter (Q = 1, 2, 3, 4).0A
04YYYYSYear and season (S = 1, 2, 3, 4, with 1 = “Spring”).0A
05YYYYYear.0AB
06YYYYMMDDYYYYMMDDSpread of exact dates.0D
07YYYYMMYYYYMMSpread of months.0
08YYYYWWYYYYWWSpread of week numbers.0
09YYYYQYYYYQSpread of quarters.0
10YYYYSYYYYSSpread of seasons.0
11YYYYYYYYSpread of years.0
12Text stringFor complex, approximate or uncertain dates.0ABD
List 73SWebsite roleA – OnlineServiceWebsiteRoleCode
B – ?
C – SerialWorkWebsiteRoleCode
D – OnlinePackageWebsiteRoleCode
E – ReleaseWebsiteRoleCode
F – ContributorWebsiteRoleCode
G – ConferenceWebsiteRoleCode
H – ReviewedResourceWebsiteRoleCode
0
00Unspecified, see website description0AB
01Publisher’s corporate websiteSee also codes 17 and 18.4B
03Online hosting service home pageA webpage giving access to an online content hosting service as a whole.0AB
04Journal home pageA webpage giving general information about a serial, in print or electronic format or both.0BC
05Online resource ‘available content’ pageA webpage giving direct access to the content that is available online for a specified resource version.04D
17Publisher’s B2B websiteUse instead of code 01 to specify a publisher’s website for trade users (eg subscription agents, library suppliers).4B
18Publisher’s B2C websiteUse instead of code 01 to specify a publisher’s website for end customers (eg libraries).4B
19Website for a specified serial releaseA webpage giving direct access to a particular issue of a serial.1E
20Website related to a contributorA webpage for a contributor to a content item.2F
21Website for a conference2G
22Website for a reviewed resource2H
33Supplier’s corporate websiteA corporate website operated by a distributor, subscription agent or other intermediary (not the publisher). See also codes 34 and 35.4B
34Supplier’s B2B websiteA corporate website operated by a distributor, subscription agent or other intermediary (not the publisher) and aimed at trade customers.4B
35Supplier’s B2C websiteA corporate website operated by a distributor, subscription agent or other intermediary (not the publisher) and aimed at trade end customers (eg libraries).4B
40URL of full metadata descriptionFor example an ONIX or MARC record for the product, available online.4B
41Social networking URL for specific work or productFor example, a Facebook, Google+ or Twitter URL for the serial or e-content.5C
42Author’s social networking URLFor example, a Facebook, Google+ or Twitter page.5F
43Publisher’s social networking URLFor example, a Facebook, Google+ or Twitter page.5B
44Social networking URL for specific article, chapter or content itemFor example, a Facebook, Google+ or Twitter page.5EH
List 74Language code – ISO 639-2/BLanguageCode1
aarAfar1
abkAbkhaz1
aceAchinese1
achAcoli1
adaAdangme1
adyAdygei1
afaAfro-Asiatic languagesCollective name.1
afhAfrihiliArtificial language.1
afrAfrikaans1
ainAinu1
akaAkan1
akkAkkadian1
albAlbanian1
aleAleut1
algAlgonquian languagesCollective name.1
altSouthern Altai1
amhAmharic1
angEnglish, Old (ca. 450-1100)1
anpAngika2
apaApache languagesCollective name.1
araArabic1
arcOfficial Aramaic; Imperial Aramaic (700-300 BCE)1
argAragonese1
armArmenian1
arnMapudungun; Mapuche1
arpArapaho1
artArtificial languagesCollective name.1
arwArawak1
asmAssamese1
astAsturian; Bable; Leonese; Asturleonese1
athAthapascan languagesCollective name.1
ausAustralian languagesCollective name.1
avaAvaric1
aveAvestan1
awaAwadhi1
aymAymara1
azeAzerbaijani1
badBanda languagesCollective name.1
baiBamileke languagesCollective name.1
bakBashkir1
balBaluchi1
bamBambara1
banBalinese1
baqBasque1
basBasa1
batBaltic languagesCollective name.1
bejBeja; Bedawiyet1
belBelarusian1
bemBemba1
benBengali1
berBerber languagesCollective name.1
bhoBhojpuri1
bihBihari languagesCollective name.1
bikBikol1
binBini; Edo1
bisBislama1
blaSiksika1
bntBantu languagesCollective name.1
bosBosnian1
braBraj1
breBreton1
btkBatak languagesCollective name.1
buaBuriat1
bugBuginese1
bulBulgarian1
burBurmese1
bynBlin; Bilin1
cadCaddo1
caiCentral American Indian languagesCollective name.1
carGalibi Carib1
catCatalan1
cauCaucasian languagesCollective name.1
cebCebuano1
celCeltic languagesCollective name.1
chaChamorro1
chbChibcha1
cheChechen1
chgChagatai1
chiChinese1
chkChuukese (Truk)1
chmMari1
chnChinook jargon1
choChoctaw1
chpChipewyan; Dene Suline1
chrCherokee1
chuChurch Slavic; Old Slavonic; Church Slavonic; Old Bulgarian; Old Church Slavonic1
chvChuvash1
chyCheyenne1
cmcChamic languagesCollective name.1
copCoptic1
corCornish1
cosCorsican1
cpeCreoles and pidgins, English-basedCollective name.1
cpfCreoles and pidgins, French-basedCollective name.1
cppCreoles and pidgins, Portuguese-basedCollective name.1
creCree1
crhCrimean Turkish; Crimean Tatar1
crpCreoles and pidginsCollective name.1
csbKashubian1
cusCushitic languagesCollective name.1
czeCzech1
dakDakota1
danDanish1
darDargwa1
dayLand Dayak languagesCollective name.1
delDelaware1
denSlave (Athapascan)1
dgrDogrib1
dinDinka1
divDivehi; Dhivehi; Maldivian1
doiDogri1
draDravidian languagesCollective name.1
dsbLower Sorbian1
duaDuala1
dumDutch, Middle (ca. 1050-1350)1
dutDutch; Flemish1
dyuDyula1
dzoDzongkha1
efiEfik1
egyEgyptian (Ancient)1
ekaEkajuk1
elxElamite1
engEnglish1
enmEnglish, Middle (1100-1500)1
epoEsperantoArtificial language.1
estEstonian1
eweEwe1
ewoEwondo1
fanFang1
faoFaroese1
fatFanti1
fijFijian1
filFilipino; Pilipino1
finFinnish1
fiuFinno-Ugrian languagesCollective name.1
fkvKvenskONIX local code, equivalent to fkv in ISO 639-3.7
fonFon1
freFrench1
frmFrench, Middle (ca. 1400-1600)1
froFrench, Old (ca. 842-1400)1
frrNorthern Frisian2
frsEastern Frisian2
fryWestern Frisian2
fulFulah1
furFriulian1
gaa1
gayGayo1
gbaGbaya1
gemGermanic languagesCollective name.1
geoGeorgian1
gerGerman1
gezEthiopic (Ge’ez)1
gilGilbertese1
glaScottish Gaelic1
gleIrish1
glgGalician1
glvManx1
gmhGerman, Middle High (ca. 1050-1500)1
gohGerman, Old High (ca. 750-1050)1
gonGondi1
gorGorontalo1
gotGothic1
grbGrebo1
grcGreek, Ancient (to 1453)1
greGreek, Modern (1453-)1
grnGuarani1
gswSwiss German; Alemannic2
gujGujarati1
gwiGwich’in1
haiHaida1
hatHaitian French Creole1
hauHausa1
hawHawaiian1
hebHebrew1
herHerero1
hilHiligaynon1
himHimachali languages; Western Pahari languagesCollective name.1
hinHindi1
hitHittite1
hmnHmong; Mong1
hmoHiri Motu1
hrvCroatian3
hsbUpper Sorbian1
hunHungarian1
hupHupa1
ibaIban1
iboIgbo1
iceIcelandic1
idoIdoArtificial language.1
iiiSichuan Yi; Nuosu1
ijoIjo languagesCollective name.1
ikuInuktitut1
ileInterlingue; OccidentalArtificial language.1
iloIloko1
inaInterlingua (International Auxiliary Language Association)Artificial language.1
incIndic languagesCollective name.1
indIndonesian1
ineIndo-European languagesCollective name.1
inhIngush1
ipkInupiaq1
iraIranian languagesCollective name.1
iroIroquoian languagesCollective name.1
itaItalian1
javJavanese1
jboLojban1
jpnJapanese1
jprJudeo-Persian1
jrbJudeo-Arabic1
kaaKara-Kalpak1
kabKabyle1
kacKachin; Jingpho1
kalKalâtdlisut; Greenlandic1
kamKamba1
kanKannada1
karKaren languagesCollective name.1
kasKashmiri1
kauKanuri1
kawKawi1
kazKazakh1
kbdKabardian (Circassian)1
khaKhasi1
khiKhoisan languagesCollective name.1
khmCentral Khmer1
khoKhotanese; Sakan1
kikKikuyu; Gikuyu1
kinKinyarwanda1
kirKirghiz; Kyrgyz1
kmbKimbundu1
kokKonkani1
komKomi1
konKongo1
korKorean1
kosKusaiean (Caroline Islands)1
kpeKpelle1
krcKarachay-Balkar1
krlKarelian2
kroKru languagesCollective name.1
kruKurukh1
kuaKuanyama1
kumKumyk1
kurKurdish1
kutKutenai1
ladLadino1
lahLahnda1
lamLamba1
laoLao1
latLatin1
lavLatvian1
lezLezgian1
limLimburgish1
linLingala1
litLithuanian1
lolMongo-Nkundu1
lozLozi1
ltzLuxembourgish; Letzeburgesch1
luaLuba-Lulua1
lubLuba-Katanga1
lugGanda1
luiLuiseño1
lunLunda1
luoLuo (Kenya and Tanzania)1
lusLushai1
macMacedonian1
madMadurese1
magMagahi1
mahMarshallese1
maiMaithili1
makMakasar1
malMalayalam1
manMandingo1
maoMaori1
mapAustronesian languagesCollective name.1
marMarathi1
masMasai1
mayMalay1
mdfMoksha1
mdrMandar1
menMende1
mgaIrish, Middle (ca. 1100-1550)1
micMi’kmaq; Micmac1
minMinangkabau1
misUncoded languages1
mkhMon-Khmer languagesCollective name.1
mlgMalagasy1
mltMaltese1
mncManchu1
mniManipuri1
mnoManobo languagesCollective name.1
mohMohawk1
molMoldavian; MoldovanDEPRECATED – use rum.13
monMongolian1
mosMooré; Mossi1
mulMultiple languages1
munMunda languagesCollective name.1
musCreek1
mwlMirandese1
mwrMarwari1
mynMayan languagesCollective name.1
myvErzya1
nahNahuatl languagesCollective name.1
naiNorth American Indian languagesCollective name.1
napNeapolitan1
nauNauruan1
navNavajo1
nblNdebele, South1
ndeNdebele, North1
ndoNdonga1
ndsLow German; Low Saxon1
nepNepali1
newNewari; Nepal Bhasa1
niaNias1
nicNiger-Kordofanian languagesCollective name.1
niuNiuean1
nnoNorwegian Nynorsk1
nobNorwegian Bokmål1
nogNogai1
nonOld Norse1
norNorwegian1
nqoN’Ko2
nsoPedi; Sepedi; Northern Sotho1
nubNubian languagesCollective name.1
nwcClassical Newari; Old Newari; Classical Nepal Bhasa1
nyaChichewa; Chewa; Nyanja1
nymNyamwezi1
nynNyankole1
nyoNyoro1
nziNzima1
ociOccitan (post 1500)1
ojiOjibwa1
oriOriya1
ormOromo1
osaOsage1
ossOssetian; Ossetic1
otaTurkish, Ottoman1
otoOtomian languagesCollective name.1
paaPapuan languagesCollective name.1
pagPangasinan1
palPahlavi1
pamPampanga; Kapampangan1
panPanjabi1
papPapiamento1
pauPalauan1
peoOld Persian (ca. 600-400 B.C.)1
perPersian1
phiPhilippine languagesCollective name.1
phnPhoenician1
pliPali1
polPolish1
ponPonapeian1
porPortuguese1
praPrakrit languagesCollective name.1
proProvençal, Old (to 1500); Occitan, Old (to 1500)1
pusPushto; Pashto1
qarAranésONIX local code.2
qavValencianONIX local code.1
queQuechua1
rajRajasthani1
rapRapanui1
rarRarotongan; Cook Islands Maori1
roaRomance languagesCollective name.1
rohRomansh1
romRomany1
rumRomanian1
runRundi1
rupAromanian; Arumanian; Macedo-Romanian1
rusRussian1
sadSandawe1
sagSango1
sahYakut1
saiSouth American Indian languagesCollective name.1
salSalishan languagesCollective name.1
samSamaritan Aramaic1
sanSanskrit1
sasSasak1
satSantali1
sccSerbianDEPRECATED – use srp.13
scnSicilian1
scoScots (lallans)1
scrCroatianDEPRECATED – use hrv.13
selSelkup1
semSemitic languagesCollective name.1
sgaIrish, Old (to 1100)1
sgnSign languagesCollective name.1
shnShan1
sidSidamo1
sinSinhala; Sinhalese1
sioSiouan languagesCollective name.1
sitSino-Tibetan languagesCollective name.1
slaSlavic languagesCollective name.1
sloSlovak1
slvSlovenian1
smaSouthern Sami1
smeNorthern Sami1
smiSami languagesCollective name.1
smjLule Sami1
smnInari Sami1
smoSamoan1
smsSkolt Sami1
snaShona1
sndSindhi1
snkSoninke1
sogSogdian1
somSomali1
sonSonghai languagesCollective name.1
sotSotho; Sesotho1
spaSpanish1
srdSardinian1
srnSranan Tongo2
srpSerbian3
srrSerer1
ssaNilo-Saharan languagesCollective name.1
sswSwazi; Swati1
sukSukuma1
sunSundanese1
susSusu1
suxSumerian1
swaSwahili1
sweSwedish1
sycClassical Syriac7
syrSyriac1
tahTahitian1
taiTai languagesCollective name.1
tamTamil1
tatTatar1
telTelugu1
temTemne; Time1
terTerena1
tetTetum1
tgkTajik1
tglTagalog1
thaThai1
tibTibetan1
tigTigré1
tirTigrinya1
tivTiv1
tklTokelauan1
tlhKlingon; tlhIngan-HolArtificial language.1
tliTlingit1
tmhTamashek1
togTonga (Nyasa)1
tonTongan1
tpiTok Pisin1
tsiTsimshian1
tsnTswanaAKA Setswana.1
tsoTsonga1
tukTurkmen1
tumTumbuka1
tupTupi languagesCollective name.1
turTurkish1
tutAltaic languages1
tvlTuvaluan1
twiTwi1
tyvTuvinian1
udmUdmurt1
ugaUgaritic1
uigUighur; Uyghur1
ukrUkrainian1
umbUmbundu1
undUndetermined language1
urdUrdu1
uzbUzbek1
vaiVai1
venVenda1
vieVietnamese1
volVolapükArtificial language.1
votVotic1
wakWakashan languagesCollective name.1
walWolaitta; Wolaytta1
warWaray1
wasWasho1
welWelsh1
wenSorbian languagesCollective name.1
wlnWalloon1
wolWolof1
xalKalmyk1
xhoXhosa1
yaoYao1
yapYapese1
yidYiddish1
yorYoruba1
ypkYupik languagesCollective name.1
zapZapotec1
zblBlissymbols; Blissymbolics; BlissArtificial language.7
zenZenaga1
zhaZhuang; Chuang1
zndZande languagesCollective name.1
zulZulu1
zunZuni1
zxxNo linguistic content3
zzaZaza; Dimili; Dimli; Kirdki; Kirmanjki; Zazaki2
List 75Person date roleContributorDateRoleCode2
007Date of birth2
008Date of death2
List 91Country code – ISO 3166-1CountryCode1
ADAndorra1
AEUnited Arab Emirates1
AFAfghanistan1
AGAntigua and Barbuda1
AIAnguilla1
ALAlbania1
AMArmenia1
ANNetherlands AntillesDeprecated – use BQ, CW or SX as appropriate.14
AOAngola1
AQAntarctica1
ARArgentina1
ASAmerican Samoa1
ATAustria1
AUAustralia1
AWAruba1
AXÅland Islands1
AZAzerbaijan1
BABosnia and Herzegovina1
BBBarbados1
BDBangladesh1
BEBelgium1
BFBurkina Faso1
BGBulgaria1
BHBahrain1
BIBurundi1
BJBenin1
BLSaint Barthélemy4
BMBermuda1
BNBrunei Darussalam1
BOBolivia, Plurinational State of1
BQBonaire, Sint Eustatius and Saba4
BRBrazil1
BSBahamas1
BTBhutan1
BVBouvet Island1
BWBotswana1
BYBelarus1
BZBelize1
CACanada1
CCCocos (Keeling) Islands1
CDCongo, Democratic Republic of the1
CFCentral African Republic1
CGCongo1
CHSwitzerland1
CICote d’Ivoire1
CKCook Islands1
CLChile1
CMCameroon1
CNChina1
COColombia1
CRCosta Rica1
CSSerbia and MontenegroDEPRECATED, replaced by ME – Montenegro and RS – Serbia.14
CUCuba1
CVCape Verde1
CWCuraçao4
CXChristmas Island1
CYCyprus1
CZCzech Republic1
DEGermany1
DJDjibouti1
DKDenmark1
DMDominica1
DODominican Republic1
DZAlgeria1
ECEcuador1
EEEstonia1
EGEgypt1
EHWestern Sahara1
EREritrea1
ESSpain1
ETEthiopia1
FIFinland1
FJFiji1
FKFalkland Islands (Malvinas)1
FMMicronesia, Federated States of1
FOFaroe Islands1
FRFrance1
GAGabon1
GBUnited Kingdom1
GDGrenada1
GEGeorgia1
GFFrench Guiana1
GGGuernsey4
GHGhana1
GIGibraltar1
GLGreenland1
GMGambia1
GNGuinea1
GPGuadeloupe1
GQEquatorial Guinea1
GRGreece1
GSSouth Georgia and the South Sandwich Islands1
GTGuatemala1
GUGuam1
GWGuinea-Bissau1
GYGuyana1
HKHong Kong1
HMHeard Island and McDonald Islands1
HNHonduras1
HRCroatia1
HTHaiti1
HUHungary1
IDIndonesia1
IEIreland1
ILIsrael1
IMIsle of Man4
INIndia1
IOBritish Indian Ocean Territory1
IQIraq1
IRIran, Islamic Republic of1
ISIceland1
ITItaly1
JEJersey4
JMJamaica1
JOJordan1
JPJapan1
KEKenya1
KGKyrgyzstan1
KHCambodia1
KIKiribati1
KMComoros1
KNSaint Kitts and Nevis1
KPKorea, Democratic People’s Republic of1
KRKorea, Republic of1
KWKuwait1
KYCayman Islands1
KZKazakhstan1
LALao People’s Democratic Republic1
LBLebanon1
LCSaint Lucia1
LILiechtenstein1
LKSri Lanka1
LRLiberia1
LSLesotho1
LTLithuania1
LULuxembourg1
LVLatvia1
LYLibya1
MAMorocco1
MCMonaco1
MDMoldova, Repubic of1
MEMontenegro2
MFSaint Martin (French part)4
MGMadagascar1
MHMarshall Islands1
MKMacedonia, the former Yugoslav Republic of1
MLMali1
MMMyanmar1
MNMongolia1
MOMacao1
MPNorthern Mariana Islands1
MQMartinique1
MRMauritania1
MSMontserrat1
MTMalta1
MUMauritius1
MVMaldives1
MWMalawi1
MXMexico1
MYMalaysia1
MZMozambique1
NANamibia1
NCNew Caledonia1
NENiger1
NFNorfolk Island1
NGNigeria1
NINicaragua1
NLNetherlands1
NONorway1
NPNepal1
NRNauru1
NUNiue1
NZNew Zealand1
OMOman1
PAPanama1
PEPeru1
PFFrench Polynesia1
PGPapua New Guinea1
PHPhilippines1
PKPakistan1
PLPoland1
PMSaint Pierre and Miquelon1
PNPitcairn1
PRPuerto Rico1
PSPalestine, State of16
PTPortugal1
PWPalau1
PYParaguay1
QAQatar1
RERéunion1
RORomania1
RSSerbia3
RURussian Federation1
RWRwanda1
SASaudi Arabia1
SBSolomon Islands1
SCSeychelles1
SDSudan1
SESweden1
SGSingapore1
SHSaint Helena, Ascension and Tristan da Cunha1
SISlovenia1
SJSvalbard and Jan Mayen1
SKSlovakia1
SLSierra Leone1
SMSan Marino1
SNSenegal1
SOSomalia1
SRSuriname1
SSSouth Sudan5
STSao Tome and Principe1
SVEl Salvador1
SXSint Maarten (Dutch part)4
SYSyrian Arab Republic1
SZSwaziland1
TCTurks and Caicos Islands1
TDChad1
TFFrench Southern Territories1
TGTogo1
THThailand1
TJTajikistan1
TKTokelau1
TLTimor-Leste1
TMTurkmenistan1
TNTunisia1
TOTonga1
TRTurkey1
TTTrinidad and Tobago1
TVTuvalu1
TWTaiwan, Province of China1
TZTanzania, United Republic of1
UAUkraine1
UGUganda1
UMUnited States Minor Outlying Islands1
USUnited States1
UYUruguay1
UZUzbekistan1
VAHoly See (Vatican City State)1
VCSaint Vincent and the Grenadines1
VEVenezuela, Bolivarian Republic of1
VGVirgin Islands, British1
VIVirgin Islands, US1
VNViet Nam1
VUVanuatu1
WFWallis and Futuna1
WSSamoa1
YEYemen1
YTMayotte1
YUYugoslaviaDEPRECATED, replaced by ME – Montenegro and RS – Serbia.14
ZASouth Africa1
ZMZambia1
ZWZimbabwe1
List 96Currency code – ISO 4217CurrencyCode1
AEDUAE Dirham1
AFAAfghaniDEPRECATED, replaced by AFN.1
AFNAfghani1
ALLLekAlbania.1
AMDArmenian Dram1
ANGNetherlands Antillian GuilderCuraçao, Sint Maarten.15
AOAAngolan Kwanza1
ARSArgentine Peso1
ATSAustria, SchillingNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
AUDAustralian Dollar1
AWGAruban Florin1
AZNAzerbaijanian Manat3
BAMConvertible MarksBosnia and Herzegovina.1
BBDBarbados Dollar1
BDTTakaBangladesh.1
BEFBelgium, FrancNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
BGLLevDEPRECATED, replaced by BGN.1
BGNLevBulgaria.1
BHDBahraini Dinar1
BIFBurundi Franc1
BMDBermuda Dollar1
BNDBrunei Dollar1
BOBBoliviano1
BRLBrazilian Real1
BSDBahamian Dollar1
BTNNgultrunBhutan.1
BWPPulaBotswana.1
BYRBelarussian Ruble1
BZDBelize Dollar1
CADCanadian Dollar1
CDFFranc CongolaisCongo (Democratic Republic of the).1
CHFSwiss Franc1
CLPChilean Peso1
CNYYuan RenminbiChina.1
COPColombian Peso1
CRCCosta Rican Colon1
CSDSerbian DinarDeprecated, replaced by RSD.15
CUCCuban Convertible Peso1
CUPCuban Peso1
CVECape Verde Escudo1
CYPCyprus PoundNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.14
CZKCzech Koruna1
DEMGermany, MarkNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
DJFDjibouti Franc1
DKKDanish Krone1
DOPDominican Peso1
DZDAlgerian Dinar1
EEKKroonEstonia – now replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.14
EGPEgyptian Pound1
ERNNakfaEritrea.1
ESPSpain, PesetaNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
ETBEthiopian Birr1
EUREuroAndorra, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Fr Guiana, Fr S Territories, Germany, Greece, Guadeloupe, Holy See (Vatican City), Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Martinique, Malta, Mayotte, Monaco, Montenegro, Netherlands, Portugal, Réunion, St Pierre and Miquelon, San Marino, Spain.14
FIMFinland, MarkkaNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
FJDFiji Dollar1
FKPFalkland Islands Pound1
FRFFrance, FrancNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
GBPPound SterlingUnited Kingdom, Isle of Man, Channel Islands, South Georgia, South Sandwich Islands, British Indian Ocean Territory.15
GELLariGeorgia.1
GHCCediDeprecated, replaced by GHS.15
GHSCediGhana.5
GIPGibraltar Pound1
GMDDalasiGambia.1
GNFGuinea Franc1
GRDGreece, DrachmaNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
GTQQuetzalGuatemala.1
GWPGuinea-Bissau PesoNow replaced by the CFA Franc BCEAO XOF use only for historical prices that pre-date use of the CFA Franc.15
GYDGuyana Dollar1
HKDHong Kong DollarHong Kong, Macao.15
HNLLempiraHonduras.1
HRKCroatian Kuna1
HTGGourdeHaiti.1
HUFForintHungary.1
IDRRupiahIndonesia.1
IEPIreland, PuntNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
ILSIsraeli Sheqel1
INRIndian Rupee1
IQDIraqi Dinar1
IRRIranian Rial1
ISKIceland Krona1
ITLItaly, LiraNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
JMDJamaican Dollar1
JODJordanian Dinar1
JPYYenJapan.1
KESKenyan Shilling1
KGSSomKyrgyzstan.1
KHRRielCambodia.1
KMFComoro Franc1
KPWNorth Korean Won1
KRWWonKorea (Republic of).1
KWDKuwaiti Dinar1
KYDCayman Islands Dollar1
KZTTengeKazakstan.1
LAKKipLao People’s Democratic Republic.1
LBPLebanese Pound1
LKRSri Lanka Rupee1
LRDLiberian Dollar1
LSLLotiLesotho.1
LTLLithuanian Litus1
LUFLuxembourg, FrancNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
LVLLatvian LatsNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
LYDLibyan Dinar1
MADMoroccan Dirham1
MDLMoldovan Leu1
MGAAriaryMadagascar.1
MGFMalagasy FrancNow replaced by the Ariary (MGA).15
MKDDenarMacedonia (former Yugoslav Republic of).1
MMKKyat1
MNTTugrik1
MOPPatacaMacau.1
MROOuguiyaMauritania.1
MTLMaltese LiraMalta – now replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.14
MURMauritius Rupee1
MVRRufiyaaMaldives.1
MWKKwachaMalawi.1
MXNMexican Peso1
MYRMalaysian Ringgit1
MZNMeticalMozambique.3
NADNamibia Dollar1
NGNNairaNigeria.1
NIOCordoba OroNicaragua.1
NLGNetherlands, GuilderNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
NOKNorwegian Krone1
NPRNepalese Rupee1
NZDNew Zealand Dollar1
OMRRial Omani1
PABBalboaPanama.1
PENNuevo SolPeru.1
PGKKinaPapua New Guinea.1
PHPPhilippine Peso1
PKRPakistan Rupee1
PLNZlotyPoland.1
PTEPortugal, EscudoNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.1
PYGGuaraniParaguay.1
QARQatari Rial1
ROLOld LeuDeprecated, replaced by RON.15
RONNew LeuRomania.3
RSDSerbian Dinar5
RUBRussian Ruble1
RURRussian RubleDEPRECATED, replaced by RUB.1
RWFRwanda Franc1
SARSaudi Riyal1
SBDSolomon Islands Dollar1
SCRSeychelles Rupee1
SDDSudanese DinarNow replaced by the Sudanese Pound (SDG).15
SDGSudanese Pound7
SEKSwedish Krona1
SGDSingapore Dollar1
SHPSaint Helena Pound1
SITTolarNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.15
SKKSlovak KorunaNow replaced by the Euro (EUR): use only for historical prices that pre-date the introduction of the Euro.15
SLLLeoneSierra Leone.1
SOSSomali Shilling1
SRDSurinam Dollar1
SRGSuriname GuilderDEPRECATED, replaced by SRD.1
STDDobraSão Tome and Principe.1
SVCEl Salvador Colon1
SYPSyrian Pound1
SZLLilangeniSwaziland.1
THBBaht1
TJSSomoni1
TMMManatDeprecated, replaced by TMT.15
TMTManat5
TNDTunisian DinarTunisia.1
TOPPa’anga1
TPETimor EscudoNO LONGER VALID, Timor-Leste now uses the US Dollar.3
TRLTurkish Lira (old)Deprecated, replaced by TRY.15
TRYTurkish Lira (new)Turkey, from 1 January 2005.1
TTDTrinidad and Tobago DollarTrinidad and Tobago.1
TWDNew Taiwan DollarTaiwan (Province of China).1
TZSTanzanian ShillingTanzania (United Republic of).1
UAHHryvniaUkraine.1
UGXUganda ShillingUganda.1
USDUS DollarUnited States, American Samoa, British Indian Ocean Territory, Ecuador, Guam, Marshall Is, Micronesia (Federated States of), Northern Mariana Is, Palau, Puerto Rico, Timor-Leste, Turks and Caicos Is, US Minor Outlying Is, Virgin Is (British), Virgin Is (US).1
UYUPeso UruguayoUruguay.1
UZSUzbekistan SumUzbekistan.1
VEBBolivarDeprecated, replaced by VEF.15
VEFBolivar fuerteVenezuela.5
VNDDongViet Nam.1
VUVVatuVanuatu.1
WSTTalaSamoa.1
XAFCFA Franc BEACCameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Congo, Equatorial Guinea, Gabon.1
XCDEast Caribbean DollarAnguilla, Antigua and Barbuda, Dominica, Grenada, Montserrat, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines.1
XOFCFA Franc BCEAOBenin, Burkina Faso, Côte D’Ivoire, Guinea-Bissau, Mali, Niger, Senegal, Togo.15
XPFCFP FrancFrench Polynesia, New Caledonia, Wallis and Futuna.1
YERYemeni RialYemen.1
YUMYugoslavian DinarDEPRECATED, replaced by CSD.1
ZARRandSouth Africa.1
ZMKKwachaDeprecated, replaced with ZMW.1
ZWDZimbabwe DollarDeprecated, replaced with ZWL.15
ZMWZambian KwachaZambia.7
ZWLZimbabwe DollarZimbabwe.5
List 103Serial version identifier typeSRNSerialVersionIDTypeCode
B – SerialVersionIDTypeCode
0
01Proprietary0AB
02ISBN-10International Standard Book Number, pre-2007, unhyphenated (10 characters) – now DEPRECATED in ONIX, except where providing historical information for compatibility with legacy systems. It should only be used in relation to products published before 2007 – when ISBN-13 superseded it – and should never be used as the ONLY identifier (it should always be accompanied by the correct GTIN-13 / ISBN-13).14
03GTIN-13GS1 Global Trade Item Number, formerly known as EAN article number (13 digits).14
06DOIDigital Object Identifier (variable length and character set).1B
07ISSNInternational Standard Serial Number, unhyphenated, 8 digits.0AB
15ISBN-13International Standard Book Number, from 2007, unhyphenated (13 digits).1B
List 104Journal issue roleJournalIssueRoleCode0
04FromStart of range of issues specified by numbering and/or date.0
05ToEnd of range of issues specified by numbering and/or date.0
06To, and expected to continueEnd of range of issues specified by numbering and/or date, but the range will continue: ie, this represents the latest issue available, but the publication/subscription is ongoing, and the next issue is expected.2
07To, and terminated with this issueEnd of range of issues specified by numbering and/or date, and the range will not continue: ie, the publication/subscription ceased with this issue.2
List 105Issue completeness codeIssueCompletenessCode0
01Cover-to-coverAll content.0
02All articlesAll articles (but excluding other content).0
03Selected articles only0
List 106Article completeness codeArticleCompletenessCode0
01Complete article0
02Full text without images0
03Abstracts only0
04Citations only0
List 107Original content codeOriginalContentCode0
01Online originalUse only if there is no print version.0
02Includes original contentUse if the online version includes original content not in the print version.0
List 108Embargo type/count back unitEmbargoTypeCode
CountUnit
0
01Number of issues0
02Number of days0
05Number of weeks6
03Number of months0
04Number of years0
List 109Print version availablePrintAvailableCode0
01Unknown0
02YesSome print holdings are known to be in the subscriber’s print collection.0
03No0
List 110Calendar typeCalendarCode1
00Gregorian (default)Gregorian or Common Era.1
01Hebrew1
List 111Subscription identifier typeClaimOrderReferenceTypeCode
SubscriptionIDTypeCode
OrderIDType
1
00OtherOther subscription identifier not specified below.2
01Subscriber’s subscription identifierUsually a library, but could be a consortium or other institution.1
02Publisher’s subscription identifier1
03Agent’s subscription identifier1
04Content Hosting System’s subscription identifier3
List 112Price component typeCatalogPriceComponentTypeCode
PriceComponentTypeCode
1
01Total priceTotal price, Including all charges, discounts and taxes, to be remitted by the message recipient.15
02Base pricePublisher’s “list” price, charged to the end customer excluding any charges and taxes and prior to any discount.17
03Service chargeService charge charged to the end customer recipient.17
04Shipping chargeShipping charge charged to the message recipient, if not included in the Base price.15
05TaxTax charged to the message recipient (may be expressed as an amount or as a percentage).15
06DiscountDiscount to message recipient (expressed as a positive amount or as a percentage), to be subtracted from the Base price.15
07Handling chargeHandling charge charged to to the message recipient.35
List 114Shipping method codeShippingMethodCode1
00Shipping not included or not applicableDefault.1
01Shipping included, method not specified1
02Surface mail1
03Air mail1
04Surface/air liftedBy air to nearest hub then by domestic mails.1
05Accelerated delivery/courier1
List 115Release type codeContentItemReleaseTypeCode
A – ReleaseTypeCode
1
01Normal releaseSerial release in normal enumeration sequence (other than type 02).1A
02Replacement releaseSerial release in normal enumeration sequence that replaces some or all earlier releases.1A
03Extra releaseSerial release extra to, or temporarily extending, normal enumeration sequence (including when an expected release is split into two parts).1A
04Periodic supplement to a serialRelease of a part of a series of periodic supplements to a serial.1A
05Periodic supplement to a monographRelease of a part of a series of periodic supplements to a monograph.1A
06Occasional supplement to a serialRelease of an occasional supplement to a serial (ie not a part of a series of periodic supplements).1A
07IndexRelease of an index issued as a separate part.1A
08Individual content item(s)Release consisting of one or more articles or other contributions released as individual items, not as part of a serial issue or supplement.1
List 116Abbreviation type codeEnumerationUnitAbbrTypeCode1
00UnspecifiedDefault.1
01Proprietary1
02AACR2 (1998)1
03ISO 832:1984ISO rules for the abbreviation of bibliographic terms.1
List 117Hosted collection identifier typeHostedCollectionIDTypeCode0
01Proprietary0
List 118Number format codeNumberFormatCode (for “nformat” attribute)1
aNumeralNumeral in any script, eg Arabic, Roman.1
bLetter(s)Letters of the alphabet.1
cCombined, letter and numeralLetter(s) preceding numeric digit(s), eg B23.1
dCombined, numeral and letterNumeric digit(s) preceding letter(s), eg 17A.1
List 119Number script codeNumberScriptCode (for “nscript” attribute)1
anArabicEuropean and modern western Arabic (default value).1
rnRoman1
List 120Number type codeNumberTypeCode (for “ntype” attribute)1
0UnspecifiedDefault.1
1Cardinal1
2Ordinal1
List 121Text script code – ISO 15924TextScriptCode (for “textscript” attribute)1
AfakAfakaScript is not supported by Unicode.4
ArabArabic1
ArmiImperial Aramaic3
ArmnArmenian1
AvstAvestan3
BaliBalinese1
BamuBamun3
BassBassa VahScript is not supported by Unicode.3
BatkBatak1
BengBengali1
BlisBlissymbolsScript is not supported by Unicode.1
BopoBopomofo1
BrahBrahmi1
BraiBraille1
BugiBuginese1
BuhdBuhid1
CakmChakmaScript is not supported by Unicode.3
CansUnified Canadian Aboriginal Syllabics1
CariCarian3
ChamCham1
CherCherokee1
CirtCirthScript is not supported by Unicode.1
CoptCoptic1
CprtCypriot1
CyrlCyrillic1
CyrsCyrillic (Old Church Slavonic variant)Script is not supported by Unicode.1
DevaDevanagari (Nagari)1
DsrtDeseret (Mormon)1
DuplDuployan shorthand, Duployan stenographyScript is not supported by Unicode.3
EgydEgyptian demoticScript is not supported by Unicode.1
EgyhEgyptian hieraticScript is not supported by Unicode.1
EgypEgyptian hieroglyphs1
ElbaElbasanScript is not supported by Unicode.3
EthiEthiopic (Ge‘ez)1
GeokKhutsuri (Asomtavruli and Khutsuri)Script is not supported by Unicode.1
GeorGeorgian (Mkhedruli)1
GlagGlagolitic1
GothGothic1
GranGranthaScript is not supported by Unicode.3
GrekGreek1
GujrGujarati1
GuruGurmukhi1
HangHangul (Hangŭl, Hangeul)1
HaniHan (Hanzi, Kanji, Hanja)1
HanoHanunoo (Hanunóo)1
HansHan (Simplified variant)1
HantHan (Traditional variant)1
HebrHebrew1
HiraHiragana1
HmngPahawh HmongScript is not supported by Unicode.1
HrktJapanese syllabaries (alias for Hiragana + Katakana)1
HungOld HungarianScript is not supported by Unicode.1
IndsIndus (Harappan)Script is not supported by Unicode.1
ItalOld Italic (Etruscan, Oscan, etc.)1
JavaJavanese1
JpanJapanese syllabaries (alias for Han + Hiragana + Katakana)3
JurcJurchenScript is not supported by Unicode.4
KaliKayah Li1
KanaKatakana1
KharKharoshthi1
KhmrKhmer1
KhojKhojki5
KndaKannada1
KoreKorean (alias for Hangul + Han)3
KpelKpelleScript is not supported by Unicode.3
KthiKaithi3
LanaLanna, Tai Tham3
LaooLao1
LatfLatin (Fraktur variant)Script is not supported by Unicode.1
LatgLatin (Gaelic variant)Script is not supported by Unicode.1
LatnLatinDefault.1
LepcLepcha (Róng)1
LimbLimbu1
LinaLinear AScript is not supported by Unicode.1
LinbLinear B1
LisuLisu (Fraser)3
LomaLomaScript is not supported by Unicode.3
LyciLycian3
LydiLydian3
MandMandaic, Mandaean1
ManiManichaeanScript is not supported by Unicode.3
MayaMayan hieroglyphsScript is not supported by Unicode.1
MendMendeScript is not supported by Unicode.3
MercMeroitic CursiveScript is not supported by Unicode.3
MeroMeroitic HieroglyphsScript is not supported by Unicode.1
MlymMalayalam1
MongMongolian1
MoonMoon (Moon code, Moon script, Moon type)Script is not supported by Unicode.3
MrooMro, MruScript is not supported by Unicode.4
MteiMeitei Mayek (Meithei, Meetei)3
MymrMyanmar (Burmese)1
NarbOld North Arabian (Ancient North Arabian)Script is not supported by Unicode.3
NbatNabateanScript is not supported by Unicode.3
NkgbNakhi Geba (’Na-’Khi ²Ggŏ-¹baw, Naxi Geba)Script is not supported by Unicode.3
NkooN’Ko1
NshuNüshuScript is not supported by Unicode.4
OgamOgham1
OlckOl Chiki (Ol Cemet’, Ol, Santali)3
OrkhOld Turkic, Orkhon Runic3
OryaOriya1
OsmaOsmanya1
PalmPalmyreneScript is not supported by Unicode.3
PermOld PermicScript is not supported by Unicode.1
PhagPhags-pa1
PhliInscriptional Pahlavi3
PhlpPsalter PahlaviScript is not supported by Unicode.3
PhlvBook PahlaviScript is not supported by Unicode.3
PhnxPhoenician1
PlrdMiao (Pollard)Script is not supported by Unicode.13
PrtiInscriptional Parthian5
QaaaReserved for private use (start)1
QabxReserved for private use (end)1
RjngRejang (Redjang, Kaganga)3
RoroRongorongoScript is not supported by Unicode.1
RunrRunic1
SamrSamaritan3
SaraSaratiScript is not supported by Unicode.1
SarbOld South Arabian3
SaurSaurashtra3
SgnwSignWritingScript is not supported by Unicode.3
ShawShavian (Shaw)1
ShrdSharada, ŚāradāScript is not supported by Unicode.4
SindKhudawadi, SindhiScript is not supported by Unicode.3
SinhSinhala1
SoraSora SompengScript is not supported by Unicode.4
SundSundanese3
SyloSyloti Nagri1
SyrcSyriac1
SyreSyriac (Estrangelo variant)1
SyrjSyriac (Western variant)1
SyrnSyriac (Eastern variant)1
TagbTagbanwa1
TakrTakri, Ṭākrī, ṬāṅkrīScript is not supported by Unicode.4
TaleTai Le1
TaluNew Tai Lue1
TamlTamil1
TangTangutScript is not supported by Unicode.4
TavtTai Viet3
TeluTelugu1
TengTengwarScript is not supported by Unicode.1
TfngTifinagh (Berber)1
TglgTagalog (Baybayin, Alibata)1
ThaaThaana1
ThaiThai1
TibtTibetan1
TirhTiruta5
UgarUgaritic1
VaiiVai1
VispVisible SpeechScript is not supported by Unicode.1
WaraWarang Citi (Varang Kshiti)Script is not supported by Unicode.4
WoleWoleaiScript is not supported by Unicode.4
XpeoOld Persian1
XsuxCuneiform, Sumero-Akkadian1
YiiiYi1
ZinhCode for inherited script3
ZmthMathematical notationScript is not supported by Unicode.3
ZsymSymbolsScript is not supported by Unicode.3
ZxxxCode for unwritten documentsScript is not supported by Unicode.1
ZyyyCode for undetermined script1
ZzzzCode for uncoded script1
List 122Coverage description levelCoverageDescriptionLevelCode2
01Predictive2
02Compressed2
03Item by item2
List 123Inclusion typeSupplementInclusionCode2
01Explicit2
02Implicit2
03None2
04Unspecified2
List 124Day formatDayFormatCode2
01MMDDDay of the year, in the form MMDD (eg 0227 = 27 February).2
02DDDay of the month, in the form DD (eg 07 = seventh day of the month).2
03DDay of the week, in the form D, with values 1 to 7, where 1 = Monday.2
List 125Content Item statusContentItemStatusCode2
01PreprintNot yet accepted for publication.2
02Revised preprintNot yet accepted for publication, revised.2
03Early releaseAccepted for publication, released individually before issue is published.2
04Revised early releaseAccepted for publication, released individually before issue is published, revised.2
05PublishedPublished in a normal release.2
06Corrected post-publicationReleased with corrections after publication.2
07ReprintReleased individually after publication.2
08Revised reprintReleased individually after publication, revised.2
09Not yet releasedUsed for provisional release notifications.2
List 126Content item type schemeContentItemTypeSchemeCode2
01Proprietary2
02SRNONIX content type code values (see list 127).2
List 127ONIX content typeTypeValue2
01Abstract or summary2
02ArticleJournal or magazine article, including autobiography, biography, conference paper or report, essay, law report or digest, lecture, legal case and case notes, memoir, programmed text, report, speech, technical report.2
03Artwork image2
04AudiovisualIncludes multimedia but not motion pictures.2
05Bibliography2
06Comic imagesStill images of comic interest; includes comic strips, cartoons.2
07Computer dataRaw data to be read by a computer program.2
08Computer game2
09Computer program2
10Database2
11Directory2
12Discography2
13Drama (spoken)2
14Drama (text)2
15Editorial2
16Fiction (spoken)2
17Fiction (text)2
18Filmography2
19Game2
20Index2
21Interview (spoken)2
22Interview (text)2
23Legislation2
24Letter (spoken)2
25Letter (text)2
26Map2
27Motion picture2
28Motion picture script2
29Music (recorded)2
30Music score2
31Numeric data2
32Other imageAn image other than a photograph or artwork image – includes chart, diagram, table, technical drawing, etc.2
33Photographic image2
34Poetry (spoken)2
35Poetry (text)2
36Realia2
List 128Position measurement unitPositionUnitCode2
01Page2
02Minute2
03TrackFor a recording.2
04Disc2
05Tape2
List 129Person name formNameFormCode2
01Unspecified2
02Direct orderThe order normally used when writing a person or organization name in full, eg John Q. Librarian; City of Springfield.2
03Inverted ordereg Librarian, John Q.; Springfield, City of.2
04Sort keyA form of a name to be used for sorting.2
05LC Name AuthorityAn authoritative form of a name from LC MARC Name Authority.2
List 130Person name part typeNamePartTypeCode2
01TitlesBeforeNames2
02NamesBeforeKey2
03PrefixToKey2
04KeyNames2
05NamesAfterKey2
06SuffixToKey2
07LettersAfterNames2
08TitlesAfterNames2
List 131Conference relationConferenceRelationCode2
01Presented at2
02Review of2
03Review of a portion of2
List 132Relation typeResourceRelationTypeCode2
01Unspecified2
02Supplementary data2
03Supplementary images2
04Other language version2
05Interview with author2
List 133Reviewed or related resource ID typeResourceIDTypeCode2
01Proprietary2
02ISBN-10International Standard Book Number, pre-2007, unhyphenated (10 characters) – now DEPRECATED in ONIX except where providing historical information for compatibility with legacy systems. It should only be used in relation to products published before 2007 – when ISBN-13 superseded it – and should never be used as the ONLY identifier (it should always be accompanied by the correct GTIN-13 / ISBN-13).24
03GTIN-13GS1 Global Trade Item Number, formerly known as EAN article number (13 digits).24
04UPCUPC product number (12 digits).2
05ISMNInternational Standard Music Number (M plus nine digits). Pre-2008 – now DEPRECATED in ONIX.24
06DOIDigital Object Identifier (variable length and character set).2
07ISSNInternational Standard Serial Number, unhyphenated, 8 digits.2
08CODEN6 characters.2
09PIIPublisher Item Identifier (for serial articles).2
10SICISerial Item and Contribution identifier.2
11ISTCInternational Standard Text Code (16 characters: numerals and letters A-F, unhyphenated).2
13LCCNLibrary of Congress Control Number (12 characters, alphanumeric, unhyphenated).2
14GTIN-14GS1 Global Trade Item Number (14 digits).2
15ISBN-13International Standard Book Number, from 2007, unhyphenated (13 digits).2
16ISSN-LLinking ISSN (previously known as medium-neutral ISSN), 8 digits, unhyphenated.2
18ISRCInternational Standard Recording Code.2
19ISANInternational Standard Audiovisual Number.2
20GRidGlobal Release Identifier (for sound recordings distributed electronically).2
21URLUsed only when reviewed or related resource is a website.2
25ISMN-13International Standard Music Number, from 2008 (13-digit number starting 9790).4
List 134Reviewed resource date roleReviewedResourceDateRoleCode2
01Publication dateFor text items and musical compositions.2
02Copyright dateFor text items and musical compositions and other copyrightable resources.2
03Recording dateFor recordings.2
04Broadcast dateFor broadcast items.2
05Date of creationFor art work.2
06Date of event or performanceFor events and performances.2
07Date coming to marketFor physical products.2
List 135Reviewed resource typeReviewedResourceTypeCode (provisional)2
01Text-based language item2
02Musical composition2
03Motion picture2
04Sound recording2
05Video recording2
06Broadcast item2
07Performance2
08Physical work of art2
09Event2
10Conference2
11Physical product2
12Software or computer system2
List 136Serial price qualifier typeCatalogPriceQualifierTypeCode2
01Fixed subscription periodA fixed subscription period that has been defined in a <SubscriptionPeriodDefinition> composite in the header. <PriceQualifierValue> is the label assigned in the definition. If qualifier type 01 is not sent, and only one period is defined in the header, that period is assumed as default (subject to qualifier type 02 – see below).2
02Moveable subscription termThe term of a subscription that can be started at any time, often known as an ‘anytime start’ <PriceQualifierValue> is a free text string describing the term eg one year, two years, 26 issues. Qualifier type 02 can only be used if type 01 is not sent.2
03Minimum quantityMinimum number of copies that must be ordered to qualify for the unit price that is used to calculate the total price listed (physical items only). <PriceQualiferValue> is a single integer. This price qualifier type is used when a discount is given for ordering multiple copies. If qualifier type 03 is not sent, no minimum quantity is required.2
04Subscriber typeA subscriber type to which this price is restricted. <PriceQualifierValue> must be taken from list 137A.2
05Countries where applicableA list of countries where a price applies. <PriceQualifierValue> is a list of ISO country codes (list 91), with multiple values separated by a space. Note only one of Price Qualifier types 05, 06, 14 and 15 may be used within a Price composite, though it may be combined with other price qualifiers. If none of 05, 06, 14 or 15 is used the price is assumed to apply worldwide.23
06Countries where inapplicableA list of countries where a price does not apply (it applies worldwide except in those listed countries). <PriceQualifierValue> is a list of ISO country codes (list 91), with multiple values separated by a space. Only one of Price Qualifier types 05, 06, 14 and 15 may be used within a Price composite, though it may be combined with other price qualifiers. If none of 05, 06, 14 or 15 is used the price is assumed to apply worldwide.23
07Price tier descriptionFree text description of Proprietary price tier for subscription products subject to banded or tiered pricing. <PriceQualifierValue> is a text string defined by the sender. May be based on various criteria, such as institution size, number of simultaneous users, number of geographic locations, reported usage, etc. There may be more than one price qualifier of type 07 if prices are set on the basis of two or more separate tier criteria. For structured description of price tier arrangements, see code value 16.24
08Add-on price qualifierPrice for an e-subscription when a print subscription is already held, or vice versa. <PriceQualifierValue> must be taken from list 137B.2
09New or renewalPrice for a new, renewal or trial subscription when different. <PriceQualifierValue> must be taken from list 137C.7
10Consortium member (Price Quoted and Price Charged only)Price applicable because the subscriber is a member of a specified consortium. <PriceQualifierValue> is the name of the consortium as a text string defined by the sender.2
11Whole consortium (Price Quoted and Price Charged only)Price applicable to a specified consortium as a whole, ie for a subscription covering all consortium members. <PriceQualifierValue> is the name of the consortium as a text string defined by the sender.2
12Price valid fromDate from which a price is valid. <PriceQualifierValue> must be in the form YYYYMMDD.2
13Price valid untilDate until which a price is valid. <PriceQualifierValue> must be in the form YYYYMMDD.2
14Regions where applicableA list of regions where a price applies. <PriceQualifierValue> is a list of regions as defined in the message header, with multiple values separated by a space. Note only one of Price Qualifier types 05, 06, 14 and 15 may be used within a Price composite, though it may be combined with other price qualifiers. If none of 05, 06, 14 or 15 is used the price is assumed to apply worldwide.3
15Regions where inapplicableA list of regions where a price does not apply (it applies worldwide except in those listed regions). <PriceQualifierValue> is a list of regions as defined in the message header, with multiple values separated by a space. Only one of Price Qualifier types 05, 06, 14 and 15 may be used within a Price composite, though it may be combined with other price qualifiers. If none of 05, 06, 14 or 15 is used the price is assumed to apply worldwide.3
16Price tier, structured descriptionStructured description of Proprietary price tier for subscription products subject to banded or tiered pricing. <PriceQualifierValue> always carries the text “Structured description” and an additional <PriceTier> composite must appear in the message. May be based on various numeric criteria, such as number of students, number of simultaneous users, number of geographic locations, reported number of downloads, etc. There may be more than one price qualifier of type 07 if prices are set on the basis of two or more separate tier criteria. For free text description of price tier arrangements, see code value 07.4
List 137Serial price qualifier valuePriceQualifierValue2
01Member pricePrice applies to members of a designated group.2A
02Organization, any typeWhen no distinction is made between for-profit and non-for-profit.23A
03Organization, for profitFor example, corporations.23A
04Organization, not for profitFor example, non-profit foundations, most academic institutions and government agencies.23A
05Student2A
06Personal2A
07Print add-onDiscounted price for print, when online is also on order; AKA DDP.2B
08Online add-onPrice for online, when print is also on order; AKA electronic upgrade.2B
09New subscriptionPrice applies to new subscriptions only.2C
10RenewalPrice applies to renewals only.2C
11Charitable organization4A
12College4A
13Dental school4A
14Government agency4A
15Hospital department4A
16Hospital4A
17Laboratory/research/R&D4A
18Legal4A
19Library4A
20Medical college/school4A
21Museum4A
22Pharmaceutical company4A
23Religious organization4A
24School4A
25Society/association4A
26University4A
27University department4A
28Academic organization4A
29Corporate organization4A
30Trial subscriptionPrice applies to paid trial subscription only.7
List 138Transliteration scheme codeTransliterationCode1
SFS4900Finnish standard SFS 49001
SFS5807Finnish standard SFS 58071
SFS5755Finnish standard SFS 57551
SFS3602Finnish standard SFS 58241
ISO3602ISO 36021
ISO7098ISO 70981
List 175SProduct form detailEpubFormatCode4
E100OtherNo code allocated for this e-publication format yet.4
E101EPUBThe Open Publication Structure / OPS Container Format standard of the International Digital Publishing Forum (IDPF) [File extension .epub].4
E102OEBThe Open EBook format of the IDPF, a predecessor of the full EPUB format, still (2008) supported as part of the latter [File extension .opf]. Do not use for later EPUB formats.4
E103DOCMicrosoft Word binary document format [File extension .doc].4
E104DOCXOffice Open XML / Microsoft Word XML document format (ISO/IEC 29500:2008) [File extension .docx].4
E105HTMLHyperText Mark-up Language [File extension .html, .htm].4
E106ODFOpen Document Format [File extension .odt].4
E107PDFPortable Document Format (ISO 32000-1:2008) [File extension .pdf].4
E108PDF/APDF archiving format defined by ISO 19005-1:2005 [File extension .pdf].4
E109RTFRich Text Format [File extension .rtf].4
E110SGMLStandard Generalized Mark-up Language.4
E112TXTText file format [File extension .txt].4
E113XHTMLExtensible Hypertext Markup Language [File extension .xhtml, .xht, .xml, .html, .htm].4
E115XPSXML Paper Specification format [File extension .xps].4
E116Amazon KindleA format proprietary to Amazon for use with its Kindle reading device [File extension .azw, .mobi, .prc].4
E117BBeBA Sony proprietary format for use with the Sony Reader and LIBRIé reading devices [File extension .lrf].4
E119EBLA format proprietary to the Ebook Library service.4
E120EbraryA format proprietary to the Ebrary service.4
E128MyiLibraryA format proprietary to the MyiLibrary service.4
E129NetLibraryA format proprietary to the NetLibrary service.4
E131VitalBookA format proprietary to the VitalSource service.4
E133Google EditionAn epublication made available by Google in association with a publisher; readable online on a browser-enabled device and offline on designated ebook readers.4
E134Book ‘app’ for iOSEpublication packaged as application for iOS (eg Apple iPhone, iPad etc), containing both executable code and content.4
E135Book ‘app’ for AndroidEpublication packaged as application for Android (eg Android phone or tablet), containing both executable code and content.4
E136Book ‘app’ for other operating systemEpublication packaged as application, containing both executable code and content. Use where other ‘app’ codes are not applicable.4
E137TeX4
E138LateX4
E139CEB5
E140CEBX5
List 180Claim Reason codeClaimReasonCode3
01No copies received3
02Wrong items supplied3
03Imperfect items suppliedUsed where the supplied item has a manufacturing fault (eg missing pages).3
04Too many copies received3
05Copies received damagedUsed where the supplied item has been damaged subsequent to manufacturing (eg damaged in transit).3
06Insufficient copies received3
07Reported sent but never receivedUsed following an explicit report that copies have been sent.3
99Other reason – check free textUsed with <ClaimReasonNote>.3
List 181Claim Response codeClaimResponseCodeCode3
01Replacement sent on ClaimActionDateUsed with <ClaimActionDate> to indicate when the replacement item was shipped.3
02Order entered to start on ClaimActionDateUsed with <ClaimActionDate>.3
03Delay to publication – see ExpectedReleaseDateUsed with <ExpectedReleaseDate>.3
04Premature claim, claim again after ExpectedReleaseDateUsed with <ExpectedReleaseDate>.3
05Issue combined with other(s) – see IncludedReleaseUsed with <IncludedRelease>.3
06Not yet published – now expected by ExpectedReleaseDateUsed with <ExpectedReleaseDate>.3
07Never published – check ClaimResponseNoteUsed with <ClaimResponseNote>.3
08No such issue – check ClaimResponseNoteUsed with <ClaimResponseNote>.3
09Discontinued publication – check ClaimResponseNoteUsed with <ClaimResponseNote>.3
10Publication suspended, resumption unknown3
11Not available, subscription extended on ClaimActionDateUsed with <ClaimActionDate>. Customer’s subscription term extended by one or more issues in lieu of supplying the unavailable claimed issue.3
12Out of print, will reprint and supply3
13Out of print, complete volume must be purchased3
14Out of print, cannot be replaced or reordered3
15Out of print, available in microfilm only3
16Partially filled – see ClaimActionDateUsed with <ClaimActionDate>.3
17Shipped – see ClaimActionDateUsed with <ClaimActionDate> to indicate when the item was shipped. Note the original item was not shipped prior to the claim, but was shipped subsequent to the claim. (cf code 01).3
18Out of stock, on back order – expected by ClaimActionDateUsed with <ClaimActionDate>.3
19Beyond acceptable claim period, issue can be purchasedMay be used with <ReleaseDate>.3
20Beyond acceptable claim period, can be purchased as part of a volumeMay be used with <ReleaseDate>.3
21Issue never published due to a frequency change – check ClaimResponseNoteUsed with <ClaimResponseNote>.3
22Item not included in subscription package3
23Item not included in subscription term ordered3
24Cancelled as requested on ClaimActionDateUsed with <ClaimActionDate>.3
25Title changed but issue supplied, for new title check ClaimResponseNoteUsed with <ClaimResponseNote>.3
26Title changed and issue not supplied, for new title check ClaimResponseNoteUsed with <ClaimResponseNote>.3
27No record of payment, supply order number and proof of payment3
28No record of order, supply order information3
29Not our publicationNot published by the party sending the message.3
30No longer our publication – check ClaimResponseNoteNot published recently by the party sending the message: used with <ClaimResponseNote>. Usually indicates a publication that has been sold or otherwise transferred to another publisher.3
31Quantity claimed exceeds quantity ordered – see QuantityClaimed, QuantityOrdered and QuantityDispatchedUsed with <QuantityClaimed>, <QuantityOrdered> and <QuantityDispatched>.3
32Discontinued delivery, additional payment required3
33Claim under review, response will follow manually3
34No record of subscription, supply order information3
35Subscription suspended, confirm delivery address3
36Duplicate claim and replacement already sent, contact customer services3
37Not yet our title – check ClaimResponseNoteNot yet published by the party sending the message: used with <ClaimResponseNote>. Usually indicates a publication that is in the process of being bought or otherwise transferred from another publisher.3
38New title not yet published – check ClaimResponseNoteUsed with <ClaimResponseNote>.3
99Other – see ClaimResponseNoteUsed with <ClaimResponseNote>.3
List 182Reference Type CodeClaimPaymentReferenceTypeCode3
00Unspecified3
01Invoice number3
02Check number3
03Electronic payment ID3
04Credit card transaction ID3
05PayPal transaction ID3
06Money order transaction ID3
List 183Reason for Notification codeReasonForNotificationCode3
00Unspecified3
01New productA new product: used with <NotificationType> = 06 “new”.3
02Product new to this publisher: transferred from another publisherProduct has been transferred to the publisher identified in the message: used with <NotificationType> = 06 “new”.3
03New formatProduct available in a new format, e.g. print and online versions now sold separately: used with <NotificationType> = 06 “new”.3
04Publication ceasedUsed with <NotificationType> = 05 “delete”.3
05Product no longer available from this publisher: transferred to another publisherProduct has been transferred from the publisher identified in the message: used with <NotificationType> = 05 “delete”.3
06Combination no longer availableThis combination discontinued: used with <NotificationType> = 05 “delete”.3
07Format no longer availableNo longer available in this format: used with <NotificationType> = 05 “delete”.3
08Publication merged into anotherNo longer available separately, publication merged into another: used with <NotificationType> = 05 “delete”.3
09Product no longer available: components merged into anotherNo longer available, components merged into another product: used with <NotificationType> = 05 “delete”.3
10Product no longer available: publication splitNo longer available, publication split into others: used with <NotificationType> = 05 “delete”.3
11Product components have changedE.g. a package now has new or different components: used with <NotificationType> = 07 “update”.3
List 185Price tier unit of measurementPriceTierUnitCode4
01Seats / InstallsNumber of seats, e.g. within a library or other shared environment.4
02Concurrent usersNumber of concurrent users, of a networked or online resource.4
03FTEsNumber of FTEs (Full Time Equivalent persons).4
04BedsNumber of beds, in a hospital or other medical facility.4
05CliniciansNumber of clinicians.4
06CountriesNumber of countries covered by the price offered.4
07Population servedNumber of persons served, e.g. by a public library.4
08CitiesNumber of cities covered by the price offered.4
09SitesNumber of sites within the organization.4
10Remote locationsNumber of remote locations within the organization.4
11OfficesNumber of offices within the organization.4
12CampusesNumber of campuses within the organization.4
13ProfessorsNumber of professors or other teaching staff.4
14Research (or R&D) staffNumber of research (or R&D) staff.4
15Research (or R&D) budgetSize of research (or R&D) budget; both currency and absolute amount to be specified in <PriceTierFromValue> and <PriceTierToValue>.4
16TechniciansNumber of technicians/technical staff.4
17Graduating PhDs per yearNumber of PhDs graduating per year.4
18PhD studentsNumber of PhD students.4
19StudentsNumber of students.4
20Administrative staffNumber of administrative staff.4
21Marketing & sales staffNumber of marketing & sales staff.4
22Usage, downloadsUsage in some agreed period, measured as downloads.4
23Usage, hitsUsage in some agreed period, measured as hits.4
List 199Preservation statusPreservationStatusCode5
00UnknownThe preservation status is genuinely unknown, and should be updated as soon as information is available.5
01Will not be preservedPreservation agency has decided against preservation of the issues and e-content in the <Coverage> statement.5
02UndecidedPreservation agency is considering preservation of the issues and e-content in the <Coverage> statement. No decision has yet been made. This status should be updated as soon as information is available.5
03CommittedPreservation agency is committed to preserving the issues and e-content in the <Coverage> statement. No active steps have yet been taken.5
04In progressPreservation agency is in the process of preserving the issues and e-content in the <Coverage> statement.5
05PreservedPreservation agency has preserved the issues and e-content in the <Coverage> statement.5
List 200Preservation verification statusVerificationStatusCode5
00UnknownIt is genuinely unknown whether the preservation agency has checked the preserved holdings in the <Coverage> statement. This status should be updated when information is available.5
01UnverifiedPreservation agency has not checked the preserved holdings in the <Coverage> statement, and it is not known whether all issues or e-content items are preserved.5
02Verification in progressPreservation agency is in the process of checking the preserved holdings in the <Coverage> statement, and nothing can be said about completeness at this stage.5
03Verified and incompletePreservation agency has checked the preserved holdings in the <Coverage> statement, and some issues or e-content items intended to be preserved are not complete.5
04Verified and completePreservation agency has checked the preserved holdings in the <Coverage> statement, and all issues or e-content items intended to be preserved are complete.5
List 205Communication typeCommunicationType6
01Phone6
02Fax6
03Email6
04URL6
List 206Location typeLocationType6
00Is a location ofThe nature of the associated location is unspecified – may be administrative office, distribution location etc.6
List 207Location Identifier typeA – PostalTownCityIDType
B – CountrySubdivisionIDType
6
01Proprietary6AB
02ISO 3166-2 Subdivision codeCode idenifying a principal subdivision of a country such as a state or province. Typically comprises a two-letter country code, a dash, and one, two or three letters. A subset of ISO 3166-2 codes are included as List 49. See ‘http://www.iso.org/iso/country_codes.htm’.6B
03UN/LOCODECode identifying a country subdivision smaller than principal subdivisions such as state/province. Comprises five letters, a two-letter country code plus a futher three letters (LOCODEs are sometimes presented with a space after the first two letters – this should be omitted). See ‘http://www.unece.org/cefact/locode/service/location.html’.6AB
List 208Association typeAssociationType6
00Is associated withThe nature of the association is unspecified.6
List 209Payment Instrument Identifier typePaymentInstrumentIDType6
01Proprietary6
02Credit account ID6
03Deposit account ID6
List 210Authentication methodAuthenticationMethod6
01Library card6
02Username and password6
03Athens6
04Shibboleth6
05Referring URL6
06IP address recognition6
List 211License Identifier typeLicenseIDType6
01Proprietary6
02Customer’s license ID6
03Agent’s license ID6
04Publisher’s license ID6
05URL6
List 212License typeLicenseType6
00Unspecified6
01Click-through6
02Publisher’s generic6
03Negotiated6
04SERU6
List 213License statusLicenseStatus6
00Unspecified or unknown6
01Not yet signed6
02Signed6