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I am trying to create a custom source.bib file. Default templates are not helping me since my company has a different fields ordering in .bib file.

Assume I am working under the @mis type.

@misc{A14-002,
  author       = {},
  title        = {TM/TC Database Design Architecture},
  howpublished = {},
  year         = {},
  keywords     = {RD}
}

Rather that above example I want to create a custom-bib file as shown below:

@template{A14-002,
  document_code = {},
  title         = {},
  keywords      = {}
}

Is there a easy way to accomplish that. I am very newbie at working on biblatex files. But any solution will be welcomed (I am trying to avoid complex macros). Thank you in advance!

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    The entry you show is completely non-standard, so you need to define a new driver along with relevant bibmacros. This can be done, but is some work. A guide for creating your own entry types can be found in tex.stackexchange.com/q/175776/35864
    – moewe
    Feb 5 '21 at 12:31
  • @moewe thank you! I will check that solution! Feb 5 '21 at 12:35
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Have you tried something like this?
With that you should be able to create a custom bibliography style.

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  • Thank you! I will check that. Then I will share my results with you! Feb 5 '21 at 11:47
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    Note that BibTeX styles generated by makebst only support the common BibTeX entry types. If you want support for a custom type like @template in the question, you need to add that manually afterwards.
    – moewe
    Feb 5 '21 at 12:32

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