|I setup Greenstone & OAICAT on my local machine. I added a docs folder
to the oaicat directory, dropped in a couple of files and set them as
identifiers in the oaicat sample database. Then I was able to import
the metadata and documents into Greenstone.
Now I just need to get OAICAT to talk to my database....
On Sat, May 30, 2009 at 1:08 AM, Brad Rhoads <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> I just found this:
> "Note that there is no formal linkage between a simple DC record and
> the resource being described. Such a linkage may be made by encoding
> the URI of the resource as the value of the DC Identifier element,
> however this is not mandatory"
> (http://dublincore.org/documents/dc-xml-guidelines/ ).
> On Thu, May 28, 2009 at 11:18 PM, Brad Rhoads <email@example.com> wrote:
>> Hi Everyone,
>> I'm just getting started with a digital library project. I'm
>> developing a system focused on metadata entry, including user security
>> and work flow. The intention is to use this system to create
>> Greenstone collections. If anyone's interested, a very rough prototype
>> is at http://flashlit.serveall.net/flashlit. Now that I've introduced
>> myself a bit, here's my question.
>> I was excited to see that in the Greenstone OAI import there's a get
>> document checkbox. The OAI-PMH standard only addresses metadata, not
>> the transfer of the actual document. So my questions is what is are
>> the requirments for Greenstone to be able to download a document? My
>> guess is that it needs a URL to the document in the dc.identifier
>> field. Is that correct? Any other details?
>> Brad Rhoads
>> MAF Learning Technologies