In Greenstone archives directory, there is an archives information file
(archives.inf) which lists any documents that are present in the
"archives" directory. This archives.inf file contains one line for each
document, giving its OID and the directory in which it is stored. For
<Identifier> <doc.xml file for Identifier (this will be the GA file
you have generated from METS>
(Have a look at the demo collection archives.inf file for an example).
Please check that you have generated this file in your "archives" directory.
Dwyer, Benjamin J wrote:
>I'm trying to get some METS records into Greenstone 2.60 but am having
>I've transformed the METS files into Greenstone Archive files and put
>them into the "archives" directory and run a build but it doesn't pick
>Is this the correct process for importing METS files into Greenstone or
>is there a better easier way?
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