|Jimi will probably use a script (perhaps xslt) to convert or adjust PBCore records to the greenstone schema. I'm just curious how one might use the gli for batch manipulation.
I have never used the gli, for several reasons. One of which is that I am usually logged in remotely to the machine where Greenstone is installed, the terminals that I use are "locked down" where I can't install anything, and I started using Greenstone before it had a gli so I am comfortable using the command-line.
So I am wondering if the gli is worth finding a workaround to use.
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>Date: Wed, 1 Nov 2006 16:07:35 +1300 (NZDT)
>Subject: Re: [greenstone-users] importing xml schemas into Greenstone
>Greentone uses its own XML schema, and doesn't support third-party's one.
>The schema ia available at
>through "view -> page source" of Mozilla
>Greentone provides a tool called GEMS for creating Greenstone-compliant
>metadata sets. Please look at the exercise on this if you are interested
>And you can use GLI to load the newly created metadata and add metadata
>Hope this helps
>> Greetings. I am working with a PBS station to create a test digital
>> library using
>> some video and audio materials. We would like to use the new PBCore schema
>> generate metadata for our collections. Can anyone tell me if it is
>> possible to import
>> a schema (in my case the PBCore XML schema) into Greenstone? If it is
>> possible, is
>> there information on how to do so?
>> Any help would be appreciated,
>> Jimi Jones
>> University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
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