I can answer this -- I have not updated the XSLT files to RDA, in part,
because MarcEdit has an RDA helper that will do this work and can be called
via the command line. I decided to go this direction, in part, because RDA
compliance isn't straightforward or easy. To do it right, you'd likely
have to take the process out of XSLT due to the large number of conditional
decisions that need to be made. XSLT would be a poor option for that work
-- unless you limited the changes to a very, very narrow branch of the RDA
process (or, were faking it and just dropping in static 3xx fields, which
would be incredibly incorrect).
On Tue, Oct 31, 2017 at 9:28 AM, Tom Misilo <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> We are looking at exporting our Theses and Dissertations from DSpace to
> OCLC, using MarcEdit. However, we are running into a snag with the
> transform file. We have gotten some data out, however it isn't RDA
> Does anyone have a updated Transform file, to generate the RDA compliant
> records? That we would be able to use, instead of recreating the wheel?
> Thank you for your time.
> Tom Misilo
> Network Engineer
> Evans Library
> Florida Institute of Technology
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