MARC zapisi i XML = Marc records and XML

Budimir, Gordana MARC zapisi i XML = Marc records and XML. Infoteka, 2004, vol. 5, n. 1-2, pp. 121-136. [Journal article (Paginated)]


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English abstract

This article describes how a MARC record has evolved in the decades since its introduction, i.e. from the ISO 2709 to XML format. The XML format is a general format for presenting MARC records in a simple and understandable way. Tools that work with the XML format are of the open source type and can be used to process XML records without incurring additional costs associated with one's own software development. XML is also the main format for data transfer on the Internet and for Web services. It is evident though that as long as computer systems using old technology exist, MARC records in the ISO 2709 standard format will also survive.

Serbian abstract

U ovom članku opisan je razvoj formata MARC zapisa od nastanka do danas - od ISO 2709 do XML formata. XML format je opšti format kojim se MARC zapisi mogu predstaviti na jednostavan i razumljiv način. Alati za rad sa XML formatom uglavnom su deklarisani kao otvoreni kôd (open source) i mogu se iskoristiti za obradu XML zapisa bez dodatnih troškova za razvoj sopstvenih rešenja. XML format je glavni format za prenos podataka preko Interneta i Web servisa. Međutim, dok god budu postojali računarski sistemi sa starim tehnologijama, postojaće i MARC zapisi u ISO 2709 formatu.

Item type: Journal article (Paginated)
Keywords: MARC, formati, ISO 2709, SGML, XML, MARC, formats, ISO 2709, SGML, XML
Subjects: L. Information technology and library technology
Depositing user: Biljana Kosanovic
Date deposited: 12 Oct 2004
Last modified: 02 Oct 2014 11:59


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