2013/5/27 John Ralls <jralls@ceridwen.us>

On May 27, 2013, at 4:38 AM, Nick Hall <nick__hall@hotmail.com> wrote:

> I think you are correct that F, S and L stand for Full, Short and Long.  These refer to templates stored in the source type table.      The templates are made up of the fields also defined in the same table.  Displaying F, S, and L as the user enters data is a nice touch, but not necessary.

No, Full, Short (or subsequent), and List -- List as in Bibliography.
For data entry we're only interested in Full, which contains all of the information needed for the other two. Reports

Looking in the csv, I see for Artifact, Portrait, that there is in L a field REPOSITORY1 and in F REPOSITORY2.

Is this an error in the csv then? Another explantation?


will use Full, may use Short, and the Book Report could make a bibliography at the end using List format.

Short is used for later citations of a single source, after the first citation is given in Full format.

John Ralls

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