Permanent depository is a room where the items are constantly kept. It can be a special building or a room in the museum.
Temporary long-term storages are places where the items are shown (permanent exhibition).
The temporary short-term storage can be a conservatory or a restoration workshop.
The depositories are structured into levels – building, room, unit and element and all of them are defined by a unique code.
The main advantage of this agenda is the manipulation evidence which enables to receive, return, pass or issue collection items between these depositories and to register the history of manipulation.