What do the various dates on the “Details Tab” of an output record in the Research Repository mean?

What do the various dates on the “Details Tab” of an output record in the Research Repository mean?  

Aimed at:  Edinburgh Napier’s staff

There are various dates visible on the details tab of an output record.

Details tab

Some of the date fields are automatically added and others require the date to be added.

  •  Created date = the system automatically sets the date the record was initially created
  • Deposit date = the system automatically sets the date the record was deposited 
  • Reporting date = as the system needs a date for sorting purposes generally this will be the same date as the publication date. Where the item type has no formal publication date e.g. a working paper, the date used is the date the paper was finished or the date an exhibition was opened.


Dates on the “Files tab”

  • Publicly available date is the date of publication or the end date of an embargo period indicating when the full text will be publicly available.
  • Created date = is the date the full text file was added to the record.

  

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