EUR-Lex was recently updated. These are the three most important changes:
We have added a new page with a table listing the sector, descriptor and type of document for all documents in EUR Lex.
The table makes it easier to build a Celex number – a document's unique identifier in EUR Lex – which is composed of characters and digits representing the sector (1 digit), year (4 digits), document type (1 or 2 letters) and document number (4 digits).
All Official Journals published before 1998 are being uploaded to EUR Lex in PDF format (see table below). Since 1998 all OJs have been available in EUR Lex, via the Official Journal link in left hand menu of the EUR Lex homepage.
|Year||Series||% available in EUR-Lex|
|prior to 1968||single||80%|
|C (information and notices)||20%|
|1998 to present||L, C, special editions||100%|