[greenstone-users] Is it possible to get in-house DOI for documents using 'dc.identifiant' (instead of dc.identifier) ?

From GASS Cécile
DateMon, 28 Aug 2006 15:44:55 +0200
Subject [greenstone-users] Is it possible to get in-house DOI for documents using 'dc.identifiant' (instead of dc.identifier) ?
In-Reply-To (20060828082225-GO23745-matai-cs-waikato-ac-nz)
Hello all,

I would like to use my own DOI for the documents of my collection. I thought it was possible, provided I 'd assign a unique identifier to 'dc.identifier' of all the documents of my collection and choose 'OIDtype' = 'assigned' as import option.

My Greenstone interface is in French, so I provided my identifiers to 'dc.identifiant' instead of 'dc.identifier'... but the build keeps telling me it uses 'hash' as no 'dc.identifier' was found. Is there something else I need to do to map my 'dc.identifiant' to 'dc.identifier'?

Furthermore, would it be possible to use 'ex.identifier' instead of 'dc.identifier' (I was hoping to use plugin PagedImgPlug with XML format for metadata to build my collection)?

Last (not really related): is there a way to choose and/or keep permanent URL to access to the documents stored in a collection?

Any help will be most appreciated
Best regards
Cécile Gass
Bibliothèques
Université Libre de Bruxelles CP180
Campus du Solbosch
1050 Bruxelles