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Meeting organized by AAP in July 1999. ONIX, both name and concept, originated there. There were originally 2 levels ONIX 3.0 EDItEUR, BIC, and BISG are collaboratively responsible for the maintenance of ONIX. ONIX — A History
Product Description Marketing Collateral Detail Content Detail Publishing Detail Related Material Product Supply The 6 Blocks
The view which has been taken in the development of ONIX is that it is undesirable to use XML attributes to carry portions of the actual data content of the ONIX message. However, it is appropriate to use them to carry information which qualifies the data itself and its representation – metadata about metadata, as it were.
Consistency among ONIX records used to be far easier because most records were for physical materials. With the advent of the Apple app store and technologies like the iPad and Kindle, different data is now needed. A single book or album or movie can have several different prices, based on the format. This complicates an already long and complex schema. You want how much for that?!
Onix is long, complicated, and unwieldy for small companies and institutions. Using ONIX
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