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* they share the same [[Amazon Relationship Type|Amazon URL]]
 
* they share the same [[Amazon Relationship Type|Amazon URL]]
 
** http://musicbrainz.org/show/url/?urlid=430700 is going wronly merge all the 3 linked releases. While this one can be fixed now, there are probably others that won't be fixed before the automatic merge.
 
** http://musicbrainz.org/show/url/?urlid=430700 is going wronly merge all the 3 linked releases. While this one can be fixed now, there are probably others that won't be fixed before the automatic merge.
** [http://musicbrainz.org/release/54e41f33-24a3-429e-93c9-6e38b7cd5a21.html this release] has a shared ASIN, a [[PartOfSetRelationshipType|PartOfSetRelationship]] and a [[Earliest_Release_Relationship_Type|EarliestReleaseRelationship]]. Because of this shared ASIN all the linked releases will see their release-groups merged.
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** [http://musicbrainz.org/release/54e41f33-24a3-429e-93c9-6e38b7cd5a21.html this release] has a shared ASIN, a [[Part Of Set Relationship Type|PartOfSetRelationship]] and a [[Earliest Release Relationship Type|EarliestReleaseRelationship]]. Because of this shared ASIN all the linked releases will see their release-groups merged.

Latest revision as of 21:49, 14 March 2010

Automatic Merging

The conversion script will merge current releases into release groups if:

Counter examples (Example of bad results)

  • they have release event with all fields filled in and all fields except the catalog number are the same
    • These EPs have been release separately, but also in a boxset: Mathematics & With the Invisible. Because of the common release event (for the boxset) their release-group is going to be merged, which is wrong.