Your organisation assigns identifiers which are expressed as links and which can be resolved on collections websites.
Persistence of the identifier depends on your own organisation's ability to manage your local web pages, so if you change the web site all existing identifiers will still resolve. An explicit commitment to persistence, described in Identifiers as links with locally managed persistence, can help ensure this.
Baseline collection management system required.
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The Victoria and Albert Museum's Collections site uses the database identifier from their collection management system to create a URL with the title of the resource and its creator. The Victoria and Albert Museum have persisted the URLs they use to access the collection when creating this new collections site but there is no specific commitment by the institution to do so.
Consult the different aspects, from here you may want to look at Identifiers as links with locally managed persistence.