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Administrator's Guide - Filenaming Schemes

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Overview

Filenaming schemes consist of four main parts: id, volume, page, and recording. Each part has its own format which is described by a sequence of character types or a single character type. The id is the only format that has a fixed length, all others can have arbitrary length which are specified by a single type. A separator character (or sequence) must be specified seperately for use in between parts. Note that the recording separator character can be empty while the score separator character must not be empty.

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  • Recordings: <id><recording separator character><recording>unmigrated-wiki-markup
  • Score Pages: <id><score separator character><volume><score separator character><page>\[<score separator character><suffix>\]

Static characters used in the id or as separators should be characters that are legal in the filesystem being used by the server and clients. This usually means that "/", "\", and any whitespace are NOT valid.

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