IESR Z39.50 Access
Z39.50 Connection Details
The basic connection details for the IESR Z39.50 target are as follows:
- Address: iesr.ac.uk
- Port: 2227
- Database name: iesr
- Record syntax: SUTRS, GRS-1; Element set: B, F
- Record syntax: XML; Element set: B, F, IESR
The following Bib-1 Use attributes are searchable:
- Title (4)
- Local number (IESR identifier) (12)
- Dewey classification (13)
- Local classification (20)
- Subject heading (21)
- Code--language (54)
- Code--institution (56)
- Name geographic (58)
- Abstract (62)
- Record type (1001)
- Concept-text (1014)
- Any (1016) -- will search most fields in the database.
- Server-choice (1017) -- will search most fields in the database.
- Doc-id (IESR identifier) (1032)
- Content-type (1034)
- Anywhere (1035) -- will search most fields in the database.
- Classification (1040)
- Number-local-acquisition (1062)
- DC-Title (1097)
- DC-Subject (1099)
- DC-Description (1100)
- DC-ResourceType (1103)
- DC-ResourceIdentifier (1104)
- DC-Language (1105)
- DC-Coverage (1110)
- Controlled Subject Index (1112)
- Place (1122)
- Time Period (1125)
- Availability (1130)
- Distributor (1131)
- Resource Description (1143)
- Technical Prerequisites (1148)
- Access Constraints (1157)
- Contact Organization (1164)
- Identifier-URN (1209)
Also the following local Bib-1 Use attributes are supported:
- Education Level (5000)
- Standards supported (5001)
- IESR record type (5002)
- Contents date range (5003)
Records are available in the following syntaxes:
- SUTRS - brief and full records available. The SUTRS records are similar to those viewable through the web interface, but without the HTML markup.
- GRS-1 - the brief and full records are the same.
- XML/[B|F] - the brief and full records are the same and Simple Dublin Core. The XML record conforms to the DTD included in the Bath Profile 1.1.
- XML/IESR - Use an 'element set name' of IESR to retrieve records as IESR XML. The XML record conforms to the IESR DTD.
Some examples of the results of a Z39.50 search using different record syntaxes are available.