[Archivesspace_Users_Group] [External] Collection item count?

Paul Sutherland psutherland at amphilsoc.org
Fri Sep 23 10:49:45 EDT 2022

Hi Karen,
I would also like to know how to generate a report like this, but a quick
approach in the meantime I've used before: export the collection as EAD,
and search *level="item" *(or file, or whichever else) within the resulting

On Fri, Sep 23, 2022 at 10:35 AM Karen Urbec <karen.urbec at whoi.edu> wrote:

> Hi Everyone,
> I have what I thought would be a simple question, but it turns out is not
> so easy. I’m trying to get a complete item count from a collection, and I
> can’t see where that is listed or how to generate that report. I see where
> I can calculate the extent of each series, though those numbers don’t match
> what is in the series, so it’s unclear how that number is being calculated.
> This feels like such a simple question—I just want to know how many
> individual items are in a full collection, but we can’t seem to figure it
> out. Any help would be much appreciated!
> Thanks,
> Karen
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