Yes this is possible,
I have made some small modifications to allow the use of an OID that is assigned in metadata. It is a 'new' OIDtype 'identifier' that gets the identifier form the metadata.xml files. It is only a few small changes to import.pl, doc.pm and docproc.pm
It is also a good idea to have a bookmark link - greenstone has some extra items in the url that are not required to bookmark a particular document. Making a bookmark link in format statements without the extra stuff should be fairly easy.
Let me know if you are interested - I will send you what I have.
>Stephen De Gabrielle
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> Subject: [greenstone-users] Stable URL
>Is it possible to build a collection that has a stable URL?
>E.g. If a user book marks an image in the collection, that book mark will always link to that document? No matter how many times the collection is rebuilt or items are changed.
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