Borrowings Object

A borrowings Object. Describes the Borrowing History of the Item.

Data Definition

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A borrowings object is in the following format

<borrowings>
  <line>
   <col>Borrower</col>
   <col>Borrowed_On</col>
   <col>Returned_On</col>
  </line>
</borrowings>

The <borrowings> object may have between 0 and unlimited <line> elements. Each descibes a loan incident.

Key Type Description
Borrower text The Name of the Borrower
Borrowed_On date/text Date borrowed, Free Form Entry
Returned_On date/text Date returned, Free Form Entry

NOTES

Borrower
Is cross referenced to the borrowers attribute of GCstar.conf. However there is no constraint placed upon this field, therefore any name should be a valid entry. Unknown and Nobody also appear to be valid entries.
Borrowed_On/Returned_On
Dates are free form in that the user can enter the date in any format s/he wishes, However using the program dialog to choose dates defaults to the date format setting in GCstar.conf

Example

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An item that has the borrowed by Unknown, Nobody, and John

<borrowings>
   <line>
    <col>Nobody</col>
    <col>01/06/2009</col>
    <col>07/06/2009</col>
   </line>
   <line>
    <col>Unknown</col>
    <col>07/06/2009</col>
    <col>14/06/2009</col>
   </line>
   <line>
    <col>John</col>
    <col>14/06/2009</col>
    <col>21/06/2009</col>
   </line>
</borrowings>
 
en/schemas/objects/borrowings.txt · Last modified: 07/06/2009 20:36 by aolszowka



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