Jim -- Technically speaking, the SAR is the one needing the qualifier (since it was added to the SAF six years after the serial record) but because of the number of analytic records involved I would probably qualify the serial record. Without having records in hand (I'm away from work at the moment), not sure if there are other considerations. -Steve
On Thu, 20 May 2004, Latchney, Jim wrote:
> Here's my situation:
> Crisalida (OCoLC)28165315, a serial, was added to OCLC on May 26, 1993 and didn't need a 130 at that time.
> On Nov. 10, 1999, Crisalida (OCoLC)5099938, was added as a series authority record--unqualified.
> Now, there is a conflict since the two are *not* the same.
> I can either add a 130 to the serial record, i.e. the easier thing to do,
> OR lock the series authority record, add the qualifier (Salobrena, Spain), add request bibliographic file maintenance to approx. 54 analytic records.
> Which way should I go?
> Jim Latchney
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