|> option when building to store the original (in index/assoc), then link to
it like for word/pdf docs.
This is the only valid option, IMHO. Conceptually, a document is a document,
regardless of format.
On Tue, Mar 2, 2010 at 6:57 PM, Katherine Don <firstname.lastname@example.org>wrote:
> Hi there
> Several people have wanted URLs to the document in a dc.identifier field.
> I have been working on this, and have added code to generate a URL for
> documents that have a source doc, eg word, pdf etc - i.e. ones where in
> greenstone you'd use srclink to link to the original document.
> What do people want for documents where the source doc is not stored, eg
> text and html? Three options I can think of:
> * no link - but then does this mean it won't validate in some situations?
> * Link to the greenstone version? eg ...library.cgi?a=d&c=collname&d=docid
> * option when building to store the original (in index/assoc), then link to
> it like for word/pdf docs.
> Any other ideas?
> Any feedback appreciated.
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