Interlibrary Loan Protocol
- The number of an account to which a credit or debit is made. A requester typically has been assigned a separate account for each responder. (Variation of ISO 8459-1)
- (additional-numbers-letters) A number or code identifying an item.
- Responder indication that an ILL request has already been forwarded.
- List of institutions which have been approached but were unable to supply requested item.
- A code representing a yes or no response.
- at bindery:
- Title is owned but the requested item is at the bindery.
- Name of the person or corporate body responsible for the intellectual or artistic content of an item, including
composers, creators or originators of an item.
- Author of an item which is a component part of another item.
- The structure of a received APDU does not conform to the standard notation and encoding
defined in ISO 8824 and 8825, or to the EDIFACT encoding defined in ISO 9735 and Annex B of this Inter-
national Standard. For example, a received APDU does not match its stated length.
- Item is being retrieved, copied, and/or packaged for delivery.
- Notation assigned to an item indicating its physical location in the owner institution.
- An indication by the responder that it is capable of supplying the CHECKED-IN APDU.
- An indication by the requester that it is capable of supplying the RECEIVED APDU.
- An indication by the requester that it is capable of supplying the RETURNED APDU.
- An indication by the responder that it is capable of supplying the SHIPPED APDU.
- An intermediary is unable to send on a request due to communication problems.
- The number of units supplied for which there is a charge.
- The responder's charges for the provision of the requested service.
- A phrase used to identify a city, town or village. (Variation of ISO 8459-1)
- Number or code used to identify the client uniquely.
- Name of the person or institution for which the item has been requested. (Variation of ISO 8459-1)
- Responder's stipulation that the client must sign the signature sheet enclosed with the item.
- Professional level or position of the client.
- A code used to indicate the conditions under which an item may be borrowed.
- Requester notation indicating the applicable copyright regulations or laws to which
the requester is adhering.
- Information that is used to correlate an error report with the service request to
which the report relates.
- The amount asked, taken or billed by the responder for the service supplied.
- Estimate of the cost to provide the service requested.
- Responder indication that the minimum cost to supply the request is greater than the
- A phrase used to identify a country.
- A code identifying the currency of an amount, according to ISO 4217-1981.
- A code identifying the state of the ILL-transaction.
- The date on which a loaned item is received back by the responder.
- The date by which the loaned item should be returned to the responder. Note that this should reflect the latest date-due.
- The date by which a reply should be returned to the responder.
- The date on which the last state transition occurred.
- The date when the most recent service event occurred at the system providing the status report. This is either a service invoked by the system providing the status report or a service reflected in a received APDU.
- The date on which a service concerning an ILL-transaction is invoked.
- The date when the item is received by the requester.
- The date the ILL request was initiated by the requester.
- The date when the item was returned to the responder.
- The date when the item was shipped to the requester.
- The delivery service or method used in transporting a requested item. Either physical or electronic delivery may be used.
- The proposed due date for the renewed loan.
- The transaction-id value of an ILL-REQUEST APDU is an illegal duplicate, i.e. the value is identical to one for an existing ILL-REQUEST received from the same requester.
- All the copies of an item produced from one master copy or substantially the same type image, hav-
ing the same contents, and, in the case of non-book materials, issued by a particular publishing agency or
group of such agencies.
- electronic delivery:
- Delivery of an electronic representation of a document via a telecommunications-based
data transfer mechanism. Delivery via transfer of a tangible magnetic or optical medium is excluded.
- Date when an item placed on hold is expected to become available.
- expiry date:
- The date on which an ILL-transaction expires automatically.
- expiry flag:
- An indication of whether an expiry date has been set for an ILL-transaction, and if so, whether that date is the "need-before-date", or some other date.
- Additional information in the postal address necessary to identify the
exact point of delivery, e.g. room and floor number in a large building.
- Institution which supplies a requested item. This term is used when it is necessary to distinguish between the responder of an ILL-transaction and the responder of an ILL-sub-transaction.
- forward flag:
- An indication whether a received ILL-REQUEST has been forwarded from an intermediary.
- forward note:
- Note added to the ILL-REQUEST by the responder when it is forwarded to a new responder.
- Code indicating a general problem with a received APDU detected by the ILL service-provider that is not related to either the transaction-id or permissible state transitions.
- Code identifying the type of APDU received.
- A code for the type of ILL service requested. These can be listed in a preferred order.
- A single complete instance of the whole ILL cycle, including all of the actions, service primitives, and messages involved from the initial ILL-Request until the cycle is concluded, as with the return
of the requested material.
- Item has been received but is not yet ready for use.
- Item is owned but is currently being used by a client or is on loan to another institution.
- Person or institution which initiates an ILL-transaction; this term is used when it is necessary to distinguish between the requester of an ILL-transaction and the requester of an ILL sub-transaction.
- Information identifying the telecommunications service and address by which the
initial-requester can be reached.
- initiator-of-most-recent service:
- Identification information of the requester or responder who initiated the
most recent service.
- Number(s), letter(s) or a code serving to identify unambiguously and in an abbreviated format a library, institution or corporation that is participating in an ILL-transaction, e.g. institution's national union catalogue symbol.
- Notation of the amount of insurance purchased against loss or damage of items.
- Identification information of an ILL-transaction intermediary.
- Code indicating that the intermediary has a problem in processing the request.
- The transaction-id value of an ILL-REQUEST is invalid, e.g. the value violates the assignment rules of this International Standard, or an unknown person-or-institution symbol or person-or-
institution-name is encountered.
- The International Standard Book Number assigned to a monograph as prescribed by ISO 3297-1986.
- The International Standard Serial Number assigned to a serial title as prescribed by ISO 2108-1978.
- A code identifying the bibliographic form in which the item has been produced.
- The title is owned but not the component part or pages requested.
- Compliance with applicable copyright regulations or laws must be indicated
before copying can be done.
- A code that indicates the level of search detail required or the duration of time within which
a response is required. Note that this code reflects regional or national conventions.
- Responder indication that the item may not be removed from the requesting institution.
- Information identifying the telecommunication service and address or the postal address by which the instituition that owns the item can be reached.
- The symbol or name of the institution that owns the requested item.
- Additional information that supplements or corrects the bibliographic data provided in the ILL-REQUEST or that clarifies the location provided.
- No potential responder has been identified.
- Item declared missing and/or withdrawn from the collection.
- The responder does not provide the SHIPPED and/or CHECKED-IN
- Maximum amount that will be paid to obtain an ILL service. (Variation of ISO 8459-1).
- Technical specifications of the physical form in which the requested item is to be
- A code identifying the medium in which the item has been produced. (Variation of ISO 8459-1)
- The structure of the APDU does not conform to the structure defined in this International Standard. For example, it contains a data type not defined for that version of the protocol.
- The value of an amount.
- A code identifying the last service event occurring at the system providing the status report. This is either a service invoked by the system providing the status report or a service reflected in a received APDU. A status report sent in response to a status query will not indicate STATUS-QUERY as the
most-recent-service because this would not be informative.
- The contents of the note parameter from the most recent service primitive.
- A word, phrase or abbreviation which identifies a library, institution or corporation. (Variation of ISO 8459-1)
- A word or combination of words and/or initials by which an individual is regularly known or designated and which identifies the person participating in the ILL-transaction.
- Information identifying the national bibliography and the corresponding record number for the desired item, e.g. Library of Congress Card Number (LCCN).
- The date by which the item or a reply is needed.
- The number of physical pieces shipped per supplied medium.
- Item may not be photocopied or mechanically reproduced in whole or in part.
- Item is held but is not available for loan.
- Due to some technical problem the service-user is temporarily unable to process the service request.
- The item identification information is believed by the responder to be either incomplete or incorrect.
- Item is owned by the institution but is not charged out and is not on shelf.
- Title is not owned by the responder.
- Additional information which is not covered by any other data elements.
- notification note:
- Note added to the FORWARD-NOTIFICATION by the responder.
- Item has been requested by another institution or person and will be supplied to that institution or person as soon as it becomes available.
- Item has been ordered but has not been received by the responder.
- Item is owned but set aside for restricted use.
- The numbering of the pages of an item or a component part of an item. (Variation of ISO 8459-1)
- Requester statement that payment of responder charges has been authorized, is being sent, or will be enclosed with the returned material.
- An indication granting permission to the responder to initiate a chained subtransaction with another responder.
- An indication granting permission to the responder to alter the contents of the send-to-list. The nature of the permitted changes depends on the value of the type "preference".
- An indication granting permission to the responder to initiate a partitioned subtransaction with another responder.
- An indication granting permission to the responder to forward the request to another responder.
- Number(s), letter(s) or code serving to identify unambiguously and in an abbreviated format a person who is participating in an ILL-transaction.
- See medium-type.
- Geographical location of the publisher, or failing this, of the printer, distributor or manufacturer.
- A request that a hold be placed on the item which is to be supplied as soon as it becomes available.
- Responder indication that there is no policy in place to permit the completion of the request.
- Item is owned but its physical condition prohibits lending or reproduction.
- A box number assigned by the post office.
- A code which identifies a given area within a city or other geographical area.
- An indication of whether the institutions listed in the send-to-list are to be approached in the order of the list or in any order.
- Responder indication that prepayment is required prior to the processing of the ILL-transaction.
- An APDU has been received with a protocol-version-number component
identifying an unsupported version of the protocol.
- A number identifying the protocol version in use.
- The date of issue of a work as designated by the publisher of the work.
- The publication date assigned by the publisher to identify the unique bibliographic components of a work.
- Person(s) or organization(s) responsible for the publication of an item.
- A code used to indicate the reason why locations are provided in response to an ILL
- A code used to indicate the reason why no report can be provided in response to a
- A code used to indicate the reason for item unavailability.
- A code used to indicate the reason for not filling an ILL request.
- reciprocal agreement:
- Requester indication of a prior agreement regarding what may be supplied and under what conditions.
- A phrase used to identify a province, state, region or locale.
- An indication of whether the supplied item is renewable or not.
- Code indicating whether the initiating source of the error report is the service-user or the
- An indication of whether a report is available and if so, whether it is a status report, error report
- Identification information of the ILL-transaction requester.
- Note provided by the ILL-transaction requester.
- An indication of whether the requester is capable of supplying the RECEIVED and RETURNED optional messages and whether the SHIPPED and/or CHECKED-IN optional
messages are required or desired from the responder.
- An indication by the requester as to whether or not it requires or desires to receive the CHECKED-IN APDU.
- An indication by the requester as to whether or not it requires or desires the SHIPPED APDU.
- The service-user is unable to perform the requested service due to resource limitations.
- Information identifying the telecommunications service and address by which the responder can be reached.
- Identification information of the ILL-transaction responder.
- Note provided by the ILL-transaction responder.
- Indication of whether the responder is capable of sending the SHIPPED and/or CHECKED optional messages (for diagnostic purposes) and whether the RECEIVED and/or
RETURNED messages are required or desired from the requester.
- An indication by the responder as to whether or not it requires or desires to receive the RECEIVED APDU.
- An indication by the responder as to whether or not it requires or desires to receive the RETURNED APDU.
- A reason provided in response to an ILL request which is specific to the responder, i.e. not specified in this standard.
- A service provided by a responder which is specific to the responder, i.e. not pecified in this standard.
- The date after which a request may be retried.
- Requester indication that the ILL-transaction is or is not a retry of a previous one.
- Amount of insurance against loss or damage required by the responder for the
return of a loaned item.
- Requester's method of shipment used to return the item.
- An indication that the recipient has encountered a security problem that prevents it from
processing the service request. The possible reasons are outside the scope of this International Standard.
- Name given to a number of separate publications related to one another by the fact that
each bears a collective title applying to the group or subgroup as a whole as well as its own title, and its number within that group. (Variation of ISO 8459-1)
- List of potential responders for forwarded, chained or partitioned ILL-transactions.
- Conditions under which an item may be used.
- A code for the type of ILL service provided.
- Lender's method of shipment used to send the item.
- Indication by the responder that the item must be used within the special collections department or archives of the requester.
- The corporate body or organization that issued the item or that is associated with its authorship.
- A number and/or phrase used to identify the location of a building within a city or a rural area.
- Additional item description information that may be represented in a machine-readable format, e.g. MARC record.
- Identification information of the supplier of the requested item when the supplier is different from the responder.
- A code identifying the medium in which the item is required. This can be listed in preferred order.
- A number providing system specific identification of a bibliographic record for a requested item.
- Unique number or code assigned to an electronic mailbox or service or to a participant in a communications network.
- Unique name or code of the telecommunication service used for the ILL-transaction.
- Time at which a service is invoked.
- Name of an item consisting of a word or group of words intended to identify it.
- Title of an item which is a component part of another item.
- An alphanumeric string uniquely identifying a set of related ILL-transactions, e.g. a series of referrals or an ILL request and its subsequent retry. This qualifier is unique within the scope of the original ILL-transaction requester's system. In combination with the requester's id, this provides a universally unique identifier for the ILL-transaction group.
- Code indicating a problem with the transaction-id in a received APDU.
- An alphanumeric string identifying all services and messages associated with a single ILL-transaction. Note that this is a unique string assigned by the initial requester of the ILL-transaction and
applied by the ILL partners to all subsequent services and messages associated with the ILL-transaction. In
combination with the requester's id and the transaction-group-qualifier this provides a universally unique
identification for the ILL-transaction.
- A code that identifies the type of ILL-transaction.
- A physical or non-electronic means of transporting the requested item when represented or stored on a tangible medium.
- Code indicating the reason why the service-user is unable to perform the requested
- There is no ILL-transaction corresponding to the transaction-id value of a received
- he type of the received APDU is not one of the APDUs defined in this International
- An authoritative source of bibliographic information used to identify or locate
an item / any source used to identify or locate an item. (Variation of ISO 8459-1).
- Identifier of a physical unit of a serial or multi-volume monograph / number, letter or word
identifying a unit of an item which is, or the volumes of which are, published in parts.
- Title is owned but the requested component part has not yet been received.
- Requester notation indicating that the requester agrees to pay the applicable fee.
- Code for identifying additional information associated with the "will-supply" result in
the response to an ILL request.