Here are the files. (import.pl goes in /scripts doc & docproc go in
import.pl -OIDtype idnumber <collname>
to make it go.
I have included an example metadata.xml file
>Would a bookmark link, as you have talked about it here, be similar to a
> check box or other marking system that the user could mark to
> indicate items that would be added to a personal list? -
No- just standard favourites/bookmarks ala Internet
I don't know of any facility in greenstone store 'bookmarks' (or other
information from the user) on the server side at the moment. I believe
there is work on controlling access to collections with a username and
password; once your have that I think adding bookmarks/a bookbag wouldn't
be too hard to do.
Also -there is a company http://www.glsn.com/ who support a customised
version of greenstone that *may* already do this. (Better ask them - I
don't know for sure)
> or a placeholder to which they could return in a longer document, such as
> case of texts, to continue reading where they left off? Thank you!
I am sure you could bookmark individual pages as easily as you can bookmark
individual documents in greenstone.
format DocumentText '<h3>[Title]</h3>\n Bookmark: <a href="
this works for me.
Let me know if you have any troubles,
>Stephen De Gabrielle
>Northern Territory University Library
>Tel: (08) 8946 7009 from overseas: 61 8 8946 7009
>Postal address: P.O.Box 41246, Casuarina, NT, 0811, Australia
>CRICOS Provider No: 00300K
>"Laura Sheble" <email@example.com>
>08/09/2003 10:51 PM MST
> To: <Stephen.DeGabrielle@cdu.edu.au>
> Subject: RE: [greenstone-users] Stable URL
>I am interested in looking at the new OIDtype, please send me the files.
Would a bookmark link, as you have talked about it here, be similar to a
check box or other marking system that the user could mark to indicate
items that would be added to a personal list? - or a placeholder to which
they could return in a longer document, such as in the case of texts, to
continue reading where they left off? Thank you!
>Detroit Area Library Network
[mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf Of
>Sent: Monday, September 08, 2003 7:37 PM
>To: Dwyer, Benjamin J
>Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] Stable URL
>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
>>Northern Territory University Library
>>Tel: (08) 8946 7009 from overseas: 61 8 8946 7009
>>Postal address: P.O.Box 41246, Casuarina, NT, 0811, Australia
>>CRICOS Provider No: 00300K
>>"Dwyer, Benjamin J" <email@example.com>
>>Sent by: firstname.lastname@example.org
>>09/09/2003 10:34 AM ZE10
>> To: <email@example.com>
>> 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.
>>Service Tasmania Online
>>State Library of Tasmania
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