ucid, mxw-id, load-source
See Common XML Attributes.
|An indicator of priority relation, this single character identifies priorities as division, continuation, or addition patents. See ANNEXX III of the DOCDB manual for a full listing of linkage types.
Designates the normalized or not-normalized format of the following
Country is represented by a standard 2-character code based on WIPO ST.3. In the case of WO publications, the country is the authority where the application was filed.
For a complete discussion of application numbers in DOCDB over time and over multiple authorities, see Number format concordance - application numbers at
Kind code of applications comes from DOCDB or is inferred according to DOCDB rules. Values include:
Date of filing (YYYYMMDD).
Filing language, 2-character code based on ISO 639-2.
For information about the Solr search fields associated with this container, see Priority Filing Information.